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Ipshita Nath (2 Posts )

Ipshita Nath is enrolled in the third semester of the Masters degree programme of the Centre for English Studies, School of Language, Literature and Cultural Studies, Jawaharal Nehru University, Delhi. Her research interests come under the rubric of Cultural Studies, though she has an abiding fondness for the textual mythologies of Shakespeare, Milton, Byron and nineteenth century British and American novelists. She occasionally indulges herself in écriture poesy, enjoys the music of Kumar and Burman, is as fascinated by the persona of Marilyn Monroe as by the works of Botticelli and Michelangelo, has an enduring passion for bi-chromatic American, Bengali and Hindi cinema and would like to get hold of a time-traveller to hop in to the ‘40s and the ‘70s.

Ipsita Ganguli (2 Posts )

A quintessential student of life. Born and brought up in the City of Joy. Graduating with Political Science from Presidency College following it up with a post graduation in International Relations from Jadavpur University, Ipsita went on to become a Hotelier she has worked with the Oberoi Group and is now with ITC Hotels. She finds joy in writing and looking at life with both a smile and at times a pinch of salt.

Iqra and Touheed (2 Posts )

We are real sister and brother and we are in 6th standard. We love to write.

Ishika Kiran (3 Posts )

Overthinker and dreamer with the soul of a hummingbird. Mostly found nose-deep in a book or entranced by a just-finished one. Still waiting for her letter to Hogwarts and/or a satyr to arrive at her doorstep. Sometimes cynical, mostly awkward.

Santasree Chaudhuri (1 Post )

Santasree Chaudhuri is a successful woman entrepreneur, an award-winning, internationally acclaimed women's rights activist. She participates in spiritual healing programs, political discussions and conducts relationship workshops. She spoke to BBC on various issues and also has been a regular panelist on national news channels, participated in various documentaries on atrocities against women, minor girls and child trafficking. An ardent follower of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, she is the founder Trustee and Chairperson of Green Tara Social Initiative (a charitable trust), a gender expert, actively associated with many NGOs as mentor and adviser. She is also a maker of critically acclaimed poetry films, a proud Rotarian and public speaker.

Today’s Motivation

Opportunity lies within the difficulties.  While solving a problem, one has to come out of disorderliness and look for minimalism.   Once the situation is minimalized (simplified), there will be a coherence which will then throw the light towards the possible break (solution).<!-- AddThis Advanced Settings generic via filter on get_the_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Share Buttons generic via filter on get_the_excerpt -->
Opportunity lies within the difficulties. While solving a problem, one has to come out of disorderliness and look for minimalism. Once the situation is minimalized (simplified), there will be a coherence which will then throw the light towards the possible break (solution).