Time to normalize imperfections instead of teaching young girls to be ‘perfect’, says Megha Rouniyar. Geneive D’Souza speaks with the beauty from Nepal.
Cocoaberry Talent and Academy has gone global amid the pandemic. Sisters Alesia and Anjali Raut have been shaping aspirants for pageants the world over.
Is Amulya Chava, India’s Kamala Harris of the future? The girl from Telangana, Hyderabad, whose parents moved to California, is making waves in the USA.
The world has plenty of bad influences, what we need now are a few good influences. St. Sonu Sood, Patron Saint of Migrant Workers is one.
Aaliya Sachar, the girl with the Catherine Zeta-Jones like look from Chandigarh, India, is set to make a name for herself in Beauty Pageants.
As there is a shortage of blood, there’s an appeal to Housing Societies to organise Blood Donation Drives. Think Foundation is in the forefront.
Amanda Vas is the towering Goan influence on modelling. At 6 ft 1 inch, this model from South Goa is an inspiration to many in modelling. By Lisha Gomes
Krutik Panchal, a Mechanical Engineer has used the time during lockdown to brush up on his sketching skills. Lisha Gomes speaks to the budding artist.
Dr. Sneha Pragada who has been on the frontline ever since the pandemic broke out, speaks about working in the COVID Zone and life’s lessons learnt.
Vedica Saxena exhorts us never to lose hope or feel low when people make you feel small about yourself. “Do not allow others to decide your self-worth.”
Miss Beverly Hills Teen, Amulya Chava, began participating in beauty pageants at age 16. Since then she has participated in different pageants.
Aishwarya Vinu Nair, who belongs to the land known as the “Venice of the East”, Alappuzha, in God’s own country, Kerala, has set her sight on modelling.
Colonel Vivek Singh Panwar who has served at the treacherous Siachen Glacier speaks to Opening Doorz about his life’s journey… serving in the Army.
Celebrating the Golden Years of Joseph and Angeline D’Souza as they prepare to usher in their 58th year of married life. By Oriana D’Souza.
“You give them something to eat.” Fr. Barnabe D’Souza, Rector, Don Bosco, Nerul, is doing just that during the current lockdown due to COVID-19.
When there is a crisis, you can count on the Salesians of Don Bosco to jump right to where the need is. COVID-19 has seen the Salesians reach out yet again.