Revolutionary Minds

NIO EP9 has now set a new record with jaw-dropping speed of 170 mph

Last year, Chinese automaker NextEV announced NIO EP9, a self-driving electric car. Yesterday, the car lapped the Circuit of the Americas racetrack of Austin, Texas in a record time of 2 minutes and 40.33 seconds with a top speed of... Continue Reading →


Thin Ice & Hard Turf –India’s Women Ice Hockey Team

Nestled in the snow-capped mountains of Himalayas, a group of girls are breaking the stereotype for a decade now. They practice at 11,500 ft (3500m) in Gupuks, Leh which is the world's highest ice rink. A frozen lake now serves... Continue Reading →

How photography changed from Passion to Profession

“In photography, there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” – Alfred Stieglitz Photography! The best and probably the only way to capture, emotions, and memories. Is there any other way? Probably not! It brings... Continue Reading →


Strong women don’t play the victim, they don’t make themselves look painful and don’t point fingers, they stand and they deal. The world’s second largest and most populous continent, a place surrounded by seas, islands and is rich in flora... Continue Reading →

Black Tiger (Ravindra Kaushik) – The untold story of Indian RAW agent

Do you ever wish to take up a job, which assigns you duty in a virtual ground –zero, a land completely filled with aliens, leaving behind your loved ones in the home country, moreover you knew that you would be... Continue Reading →

Sonam Wangchuk – Engineering Ice Stupas to architecting an alternative Education System

  Born in a small village of Ladakh, Wangchuk has gone all the way to prove what one can do with a visionary mind coupled with solid grit and determination. He has designed artificial glaciers, ice stupas, and an alternative... Continue Reading →

Mobile Phones – An Epitome of Pride

  Cell phones have been connecting people since the 1970s. The first ever cell phone was discovered on April 3rd, 1973. It was invented by Martin Cooper, a Motorola researcher and executive who became a pioneer in the wireless communications... Continue Reading →

Monk who believes in the religion of Science

The man who believes in only one religion. That is science, the one that not many follow, yet it has been the religion of many who have made significance contributions to the world. A religion which has brought revolution in... Continue Reading →


On 8th November 2016 at around 10 pm, Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi discontinued using Rs. 500, Rs 1000 and Rs. 2000 notes which were in circulation at that point of time. The entire nation was in a... Continue Reading →

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