Articles

vijay k saluja

Vijay K. Saluja – Story of an Anti-Corruption Crusader

Mar 20, 2019

Thanks to the TRP hungry media that mostly banks on negative news, we only get to watch, hear and read about corrupt politicians, scams, official apathy et al., but, hardly about people who actually a

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Kamal Nayak

Kamal Nayak – Normalizing Period Talk & Promoting Sustainability

Mar 13, 2019

The world needs many Entrepreneurs who are essential drivers of innovation and progress. Today, the media only reports about startups that raise crores of rupees in funding every year but largely ign

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I am a responsible citizen of my country and always strive for its growth.

Mar 6, 2019

I am a responsible citizen of my country and always strive for its growth. I may be a son, daughter, mother or father in a family. I consider it my duty to safeguard my family members. But, in the pro

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Savita Gupta

Untold Stories of hardworking Single Moms – Savita Gupta

Feb 27, 2019

“Hard days in life are difficult to forget but only difficult days make you grow and be a better person”. Savita Gupta, a single-parent, passionate learner, hardworking beautician and a joyful so

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Ashirbani Roy

Ashirbani Roy – A Successful Mumpreneur from Bengaluru

Feb 20, 2019

Ashirbani Roy dons many hats – she is a ‘queen’ of multitasking. In fact, she did this interview sitting in an airplane! She is an amazing mom and a successful entrepreneur who runs her jewelle

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Frustration

Never Underestimate The Influence Of Frustration

Feb 13, 2019

The Oxford Dictionary defines frustration as the feeling of being upset or annoyed as a result of being unable to change or achieve something. All of us experience it eve

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Kavitha&Himanshu

Kavita & Himanshu – 1st Indian couple to adopt baby with Down syndrome

Feb 6, 2019

“God knew that it doesn’t matter how your children get to your family. It just matters that they get there”. Motherhood is bliss. No other feeling could be compared to holding your new-born chi

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Feminism

Most Misunderstood and Misused ‘F’ words – Femininity and Feminism!

Jan 30, 2019

While we constantly hear stories of women suffering in a patriarchal society, undeniably, there are men on the other hand who are stuck in matrimonial quarrels due to alleged misuse of laws. Fathers

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human-trafficking

Trafficking – An organized crime with grave violation of Human Rights

Jan 23, 2019

India has unfortunately become a source, destination, and transit country for men, women, and children subjected to forced labor and sex trafficking. It is estimated that millions of women and childr

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periods

PERIOD – A Taboo Rooted in our Culture

Jan 16, 2019

Oh! Sorry for the taboo title, because my mom has taught us to speak about periods in euphemism. “I am down”, “having chums”, “birthday aa gaya” and what not. Sorry, it was not mom alone

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Shreyas Desai

Shreyas Desai – The passion for Dance lives On

Jan 9, 2019

Do you know the horror of having a father who is a drunkard? Alcohol abuse and Alcoholism is wreaking havoc and ruining millions of lives across India. The life of a child who has an alcoholic parent

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Sensitivity

Sensitivity is a distinguishing quality

Jan 2, 2019

We all grew up with a feeling that we need to hide our vulnerability. Most of our parents, unfortunately, were also in favor of the hiding. We let a few emotions like sensitivity, anger, jealousy neve

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never-one

Never One Without the Other

Dec 29, 2018

You won't understand joy If you've never been sad You won't notice the good If you've never seen the bad You won't appreciate being in the 'pink of health' If you've never been in pain You won't real

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manish-gupte

Dr. Manish Gupte – Making Appraisals Fair & Effective

Dec 26, 2018

Dr. Manish Gupte, has an interesting story to tell us with regard to peer appraisals at companies. Being a software engineer himself in the early part of his career, he had noticed unfair practices in

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crash

A Crash that Shattered a Family: A Heartbreaking, Harrowing Tale

Dec 19, 2018

According to official Govt. statistics, more than 1.4 lakh Indians lost their lives to road accidents in the year 2017. We often underestimate the effect that accidents have on families of the victims

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Ketan Saindane

Ketan Saindane – Eternal passion for making Tattoos

Dec 12, 2018

Tattoos have culturally been a part of many Indian tribes since ancient times. Nowadays, people get them as symbols of their past or present life or because they deem it fashionable. There is an ever

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Ping Pong Surya

Ping Pong Surya – The untold struggle of every character artist

Dec 5, 2018

The name Ping Pong Surya from the movie Sye rings a bell, for all Telugu Movie buffs out there. We at HatkeStory have always been interested in knowing the challenges one faces to become an establishe

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Shalini Das

Shalini Das – Exploring the Spirit of India

Nov 28, 2018

Shalini Das is a 23-year-old solo traveler for whom traveling isn’t just covering a distance but her life and passion. She is a foodie, a blogger, a tourist guide, an assistant director and an inspi

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woman

Strength out of Struggle : Story of an Unremarkable Woman

Nov 21, 2018

This is the story of an unremarkable woman. I have not scaled any mountains, nor have I won any wars. But I had my own mountains to scale and my own battles to fight to get to where I am today. I’m

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madhulika

Madhulika Choudhary: The Maker of a Biodiversity tourist park

Nov 14, 2018

Meet Madhulika Choudhary, a strong-willed environmental activist who left a great life abroad to do something for the country and its people, whom she strongly believes in. HatkeStory has been followi

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