Category: Success Stories

EditorJanuary 24, 2023

Urdu is a language that is distinctly elegant and decorous. A whopping 200 million people speak Urdu, the world’s 11th most widely spoken language. Majorly spoken in India and Pakistan, Urdu, with time, has also travelled to Western Asia, Europe, America, and elsewhere in the world through the Urdu-speaking diaspora, widening its popularity and landscape. […]

EditorJanuary 4, 2022

Bushra is mother of two children, both born through caesarean surgeries. Besides, she had to endure two more major surgeries. Yet her resolve to continue her education and later pursue competitive exams for various Indian services remained unaffected Zeeshan Karimi ALIGARH – Its very rare in the history of Indian civil services that women candidates face […]

adminMay 25, 2021

Kaleem Kawaja  AHMAD ZAIDI, who is originally from Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, and is a 1985 Electrical Engineering graduate from the Thapar Institute of Technology, Karnal, Haryana, epitomizes a brilliant success story in United States. Zaidi is currently a vice-President at the world-renowned hi-tech giant, the Intel Corporation in the Silicon Valley in California, US.  He […]

adminMay 25, 2021

By Azera Parveen Rahman, Guwahati : In a village called Aam-bagan in Nagaon district of Assam, Sumitra Biswas summoned her grandson to help her pour water into the filter kept in the courtyard of their house. The filter — three buckets, fitted with taps, at three different levels — was set up by the family […]

adminMay 25, 2021

New Delhi : Microsoft-owned professional networking platform LinkedIn on Thursday announced the appointment of Mahesh Narayanan as Country Manager for India. Narayanan will assume his new responsibilities from January 7, 2019, said LinkedIn which has over 590 million members globally and more than 53 million members in India. He previously served as the India Managing […]

adminMay 25, 2021

By Saket Suman, New Delhi : Still recovering from the surprise of being named as the winner of the prestigious Sahitya Akademi Award (English) for his novel “The Blind Lady’s Descendants” — a long suicide note of a 26-year-old — author Anees Salim has said that the initial rejections he faced from mainstream publishers were […]

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