When she was a teenager, Swati Janu survived every Indian kid’s biggest nightmare - failing a grade. Unsure of her future, Swati found herself...

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All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy is an old adage, which holds true for every generation. Times are changing, and...

When Shaswat Jena quit his job as a quality analyst in the gaming domain, his friends all thought he had passed up something special....

It’s rare that the co-founder of a business, however socially conscious it is, speaks longingly of a time when it will become redundant. But...