What If Mom’s Superstitions Were True?

In mom’s superstitious world, these fictional news pieces would probably make headlines

By indibeat staff - July 19, 2017
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What Young India Can Learn From Nelson Mandela

Remembering Nelson Mandela on his 99th birth anniversary

By Mahevash Shaikh - July 18, 2017

Travel For A Cause: 7 Volunteer Opportunities

Lend a helping hand while you holiday this season

By Tishta Sharma - July 17, 2017

Nonsensical Nepotism

It’s only human to have favourites, but how much is too much?

By Shilpa Kawatra - July 8, 2017

Yoga: The Business Of Wellness

Yoga is a billion-dollar industry and everyone wants a piece of the pie

By Shilpa Kawatra - June 29, 2017
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What You Can Do To Stop Child Labour In Your City

Today is World Day Against Child Labour. Let’s try to give them the childhood they deserve

By Mahevash Shaikh - June 12, 2017

Education In India: A System Driven By Fear

Fear, instead of passion, is the driving force behind Indian students

By indibeat staff - June 11, 2017

Save The World: One Holiday At A Time

Take a long break, share a skill, get into a new sphere – Volunteer

By Mineli Goswami - June 8, 2017
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We Don’t Need No Validation

Don’t expect a woman to feel validated just because you gave her a compliment


Pune LGBT Pride March: All You Need To Know

A gay pride march led by straight people? Yes, really

By Mahevash Shaikh - June 7, 2017

Moo: An App For Your Cow Vigilantism Needs

This app uses the wonders of technology to solve cow vigilantism once and for all!

By indibeat staff - June 3, 2017
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World No Tobacco Day: How To Help The Underprivileged

Smoking kills, more so the poor and disadvantaged. Here’s how you can help them beat addiction

By Mahevash Shaikh - May 31, 2017
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The Ultimate Peacekeeper: John Lennon

On International Day of Peacekeepers today, we remember the pop legend who asked us to ‘give peace a chance’

By Tishta Sharma - May 29, 2017

Equity vs Equality: What’s More Fair?

Most of us believe in equality, but does it really help create a level playing field?

By Shilpa Kawatra - May 15, 2017

Capital Punishment For Rape: What Young India Thinks

Millennials share their opinions on the Nirbhaya case SC verdict

By Mahevash Shaikh - May 10, 2017
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Why So Unhappy, India?

What is making us so unhappy? Let’s hear it from urban millennials

By Mahevash Shaikh - April 22, 2017

Dear Simon Sinek, Stop Shaming Millennials

Simon Sinek’s views on millennials being lazy and spoilt are just plain wrong

By indibeat staff - April 18, 2017

Road Rage: Prevention & Protection

If you find yourself in a situation that could possibly get out of hand, here’s how to deal with it

By Mahevash Shaikh - April 17, 2017

6 Inspirational Quotes By BR Ambedkar

On Ambedkar Jayanti today, we look at six of his quotes that are relevant to present day society

By Tishta Sharma - April 14, 2017

The Great Indian Tragedy: Anti-Romeo Squads

On the UP Government’s latest move to help prevent the harassment of women

By indibeat staff - April 12, 2017

Why Fair Should No Longer Be Lovely

It’s time to break the stereotype

By indibeat staff - April 11, 2017
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Why This Bipolarity, Mr Nihalani?

Begum Jaan and the quandaries of the Censor Board

By Aishwarya Jagani - April 5, 2017

In Defence Of Doctors: A Recap & Retrospection

In light of recent attacks on Indian doctors, we try to acknowledge their point of view.

By indibeat staff - March 27, 2017

A Layperson’s Guide To UP’s New CM Yogi Adityanath

If you’re wondering what all the fuss is about, take a look at his track record.

By indibeat staff - March 24, 2017

These Comics & Memes Explain What Feminism Really Is

Feminism has become a mainstream movement today. But how many of us truly understand what it stands for?

By Mahevash Shaikh - March 22, 2017

Goodbye Paan?

Panaji, Goa’s capital, just banned the sale of paan. Should your city follow suit?

By Rameez Shaikh - March 7, 2017

Sharing A Cab? Be Prepared To Meet These Characters

Carpooling is great, so long as you can put up with some crazy company.

By Priyanka Singh - February 12, 2017
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Zen & The Art Of ATM Withdrawals

Follow the Middle Path to money.

By Mineli Goswami - February 10, 2017
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Ground Report: Wholesale Markets in Delhi Hit By Demonetization

A brief look at how the currency ban has affected widespread sections and people in the country, even those who are not on Twitter.

By indibeat staff - December 2, 2016

Demonetization Dramas: The Six Kinds Of People You Will Meet At The Bank

Bracing yourself to visit the nearest bank? Here are some of the folks who will be keeping you company.

By Priyanka Singh - November 18, 2016