Tuesday , October 15 2019

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Surabhi Tiwari, new sensation in B-town has an inspiring life story as well

Surabhi Tiwari

Surabhi Tiwari, the new sensation in B-town has been winning hearts lately with her performances in commercials & TV series and sizzling looks. But not everyone knows her inspiring journey which she shares with The Charticle. Surabhi has an enormous fan following in real life and across various social media plaforms. Surabhi was born in Kanpur and competed her schooling …

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The Importance of “Nothing” and Human Psyche

Human Psyche

“Thirty spokes share the wheel’s hub; It is the center hole that makes it useful. Shape clay into a vessel; It is the space within that makes it useful. Cut doors and windows for a room; It is the holes which make it useful. Therefore profit comes from what is there; Usefulness from what is not there.” – (Tao Te …

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The woman who made the Sentinelese put their arrows down

Tribes of Andaman

On 4 January, 1991, more than 1,200 kms from the Indian mainland in the Bay of Bengal, a young Indian woman, Madhumala Chattopadhyay anthropologist waded waist-deep into the coral reefs to hand over a coconut to a man from the Sentinelese tribe. This was the first-ever friendly contact with this hostile tribe of the Andamans. Perhaps no people on earth remain more genuinely …

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Social media: Is it to blame for young people being lonelier than others?

Social Media

Young people are lonelier than all other age groups, according to recent findings from the BBC Loneliness Experiment. In a survey of more than 55,000 people, 40% of 16- to 24-year-olds reported feeling lonely often or very often. This trend for high youth loneliness has also been captured in other national surveys by the Office for National Statistics in 2017 …

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Talking about sex is awkward, so how can teenagers ‘just ask’ for consent?

Sexual consent

The topic of sexual consent seems to be in the news on a daily basis, especially since #MeToo went viral one year ago. From posters to podcasts, there are endless resources promoting the importance of getting and giving explicit consent. Many suggest that a “yes” must always be enthusiastic, and that partners should “ask first and ask often”. In principle, …

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East to North and Everything in Between

Delhi and East India

‘It’s Delhi so don’t trust anyone’, ‘always lock your cupboard when you go to bathe’, ‘come back by six every night’, ‘NO clubbing’, ‘no skirts, short dresses and NO shorts’ and oh so many. I think many others like me get this too, when they go out to a new place, a new state. But trust me, it honestly is in extreme when you …

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And then came ‘The Internet’

And then came internet

Remember the times when we would be chased around the house after coming all dirty and sweaty after playing in the grounds for a long time and also for passing study hours? Ah! Honestly those were the days. No matter how tearful and hurt we were after those whacks and ear-twistings, it has made us a little more disciplined than the kids of this …

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Candid Talk with Olly Esse, the sensational DJ rocking the decks

DJ

Olly Esse, one of the most famous female  DJ from Italy, in a candid interview with Shaurya Ritwik, Founding Editor, The Charticle shared her story, her passion for music, her love for India and a lot more. Olly Esse has been rocking the decks all across the globe and have been performing in some of the biggest music festivals  in …

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Madhubani Paintings, The cultural heritage of Bihar

Madhubani Paintings

India is a country known for its cultural diversity. It is the rich cultures and the famous practices which makes India unique in the field of art. One of the most famous of art preserved in India from the golden era is the Madhubani Paintings. The origin of Madhubani Paintings was from Madhubani District of Mithila in Bihar and this is the reason …

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