Shaziya Shaikh

Stories By Shaziya Shaikh

How Gandhi’s killer, Nathuram Godse is more alive than the Mahatma himself today in India

In picture: Nathuram Godse(Left), Narendra Modi(Center) and Mahatma Gandhi(Right)

How Gandhi’s killer, Nathuram Godse is more alive than the Mahatma himself today

With BJP in power, Gandhi’s killer has become more alive in the minds of people than Gandhi himself. Gandhi was and is still regarded as ...Read More

25 Anganwadis in Nashik have children and parents hooked with Ampersand's new e-learning module under govt's PPP

25 Anganwadis in Nashik have children and parents hooked with Ampersand's new e-learning module under govt's PPP

After a year and a half of running the Model Anganwadis, Ampersand is now hoping to extend the programme to all of Nashik and other citie...Read More

'If I want more wine, will say I want more wine': Twitter slams dudebro who thinks 'no doesn't mean no'

'If I want more wine, will say I want more wine': Twitter slams dudebro who thinks 'no doesn't mean no'

Avishek Saha describes himself as a ‘Creator of Anti-Feminist Apparel’, a journalist with Reporterfy Media, the host to a podcast called ...Read More

Internet shutdown Toolkit: List of messaging apps that will work without internet

How to survive internet shutdown: List of messaging apps that will work without internet

With the current unrest in India with citizens in large numbers protesting on the roads against CAA and NRC, telecom operators on Thursda...Read More

With CAA protests spreading all across India, here's how the world media presented it

With CAA protests spreading all across India, here's how the world media presented it

The Citizenship Amendment Bill was passed by the Rajya Sabha during its Winter session with 125 votes in favour and 105 votes opposing th...Read More

The show can change, the show must change- A look at the Indian education system through TFI’s lens

The show can change, the show must change- A look at the Indian education system through TFI’s lens

Featuring the students of TFI, the play highlighted the plight of under-privileged students who more often than not fall prey to the ills...Read More

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