Sonu Sood continues his fight for the marginalised. Let us join hands in whatever way we can to uplift those in need. Even a small bit will go a long way.
Down Syndrome: Why not me, asks Gaurav Sehjpal who does not freeze when in front of the camera. In fact, he lets his light shine.
Kiki Bello, the Electric Harpist opens up to Opening Doorz about her name change, and the reaction from her parents and fans. She was once Enki Bello.
14-year-old Jiya Chawla shows us how to fight the good fight! This Grade IX student from Tagore International School makes light of her Celiac disease.
Shatakshi Kiran, an engineering student trying her hand at modelling, talks about how her mother embraced her after her father disowned her for being born a girl.
Sayali Ayre, Miss Teen Multinational India 2020, is committed to making a difference. This Mumbai girl talks about her journey to the Miss Teen Diva Crown.
Don Bosco, Nerul, has initiated a Community Fridge on their premises where the hungry can come and avail of fresh food. No need to beg from now.
Humility is the essence of living a happy life, reveals Megha Rouniyar. That’s the spiritual quotient which keeps this model from Nepal on solid ground.
We Were Liars Book Review on Opening Doorz. The novel by E. Lockhart is gripping, thrilling and beautifully executed. By Lisha Gomes
Aishwarya Nair is a dancer who becomes the dance. Watching the 16-year-old perform is watching poetry in motion. By Martin D’Souza
The Power of Your Subconscious Mind Book Review is a must-read. Released in 1963, the book will continue to hold good, for good. By Oriana D’Souza.