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The Epitome of Unswerving Spirit: IAS Shubham Gupta

In an exchange with The Talented Indian IAS Shubham Gupta, All India Rank 6 of 2018 batch, takes us through the inspiring journey of his life.

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“Winners are not people who never fail, but people who never quit.” Established by numerous successful people that failure and struggle are the most inevitable part of the journey to success, the actual decisive factor is the strength to stand up after life beats you down. Shubham Gupta reiterates this truth yet again.

Born and raised in Jaipur, Shubham had a very simple middle-class life. The hurdles that he faced while growing up were preparing him for the future of his dreams. One such occasion was when he had to continue his studies while helping his father in their shop due to a phase of economic hardships. However, after overcoming all challenges, he came to Delhi to pursue his graduation in B.A. (Hons.) Economics from the University of Delhi.

He recounts that as a ten-year-old when he saw his father traumatized by a few bad experiences with the bureaucrats, it had an impact on his tender mind. With time, he also recognized his strong willingness to make a difference in the lives of people around. Collectively, both these factors pulled him towards the prestigious civil services.

The entire journey of UPSC was filled with ups and downs. The four attempts that he gave at this exam was balanced with an equal share of failures and successes. After his first failed attempt in 2015, he cleared the exam in 2016 with All India Rank of 366 and was allocated the Indian Audit and Accounts Service. His third attempt came as a shock as he failed at the preliminary stage itself, despite being in the service already. This tested his morale and made him realize the unpredictable nature of the exam. After a lot of contemplation, he tried his luck for the fourth and final time. And this time destiny had planned to reward his efforts with an All India Rank of 6.

Throughout the entire journey, he realized that the unpredictable nature of the exam can only be tackled with mental strength and the right temperament. He attributes his success to the trinity of dedication, commitment and perseverance that kept him motivated throughout this journey, along with unconditional support of his family and teachers.

His advice to all the aspirants is that treat UPSC as just one of the stages of life. It is only a means to an end, and not the end in itself. The essence of what one does in his life should be driven by his ‘antardhwani’ or the inner drumbeat in life. As far as preparation is considered, he suggests the aspirants stay organic in their preparation and try to avoid referring multiple sources for one single subject, with more focus on qualitative learning.

Some interesting tidbits about him.

a. An issue close to your heart: Girl child education.

b. Your best-loved book: “Tuesdays with Morrie” by Mitch Albom.

c. A quote that you live by: “I am the master of my mate; I am the captain of my soul” from the poem ‘Invictus’ by William Ernest Henley.

d. The best advice you have ever received: Don’t ever let somebody tell you that you can’t do it. If you want something, Go Get It. Period.

e. A superhero that you would love to be: Batman.

Although one phase of the journey ended, the other and more important phase begins. The Talented Indian Community extends best wishes to him for a successful, impactful and fulfilling career as an IAS officer ahead.

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Brightening The Future With His Light Experiments: C.V. Raman

Today, on the birth anniversary on one of India’s most stalwart scientist, we pay tribute to him and his significant contribution to science.

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“I am the master of my failure…If I never fail, how will I ever learn?” – C.V. Raman.

Science as we know it, has been vital to human civilization for consistent progress. From the earth being believed to be flat, then round, now spheroid and presently having GPS systems and google maps laying before us nook and corners of the earth, science has been man’s constant companion. However, the process of advancement has been a very gradual one. Each discovery, invention or theory took years of research and acted as a step forward to better understand the universe, matter and the vast enigma associated with it. The contribution of C.V. Raman to this indispensable study makes him a man worth remembering and an inspirational figure for all.

Descending from a humble Hindu family, Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman was the second of the eight children his parents had. His father was a teacher of mathematics and physics, and later got a job as a lecturer and hence they moved to Visakhapatnam. Won’t be wrong to say it ran in the genes, now would it? Raman was greatly interested in Science from a very young age and started to borrow books on science from his father’s college library. In 1903, aged just 14, Raman set off to Madras, and began his bachelor’s degree at Presidency College. He completed his degree in 1904, winning medals in physics. Judging his intellect, his British lecturers encouraged him to study for a master’s degree in the United Kingdom. However, he was advised against it by his doctor as his heath was not strong enough to cope up with England’s harsh climate.

Thus, he stayed in India and continued his research. In the summer of 1921, when on the deck of a ship, he looked at the beautiful blue colour of the Mediterranean Sea and went onto discover that sea scatters light. His work on light and its behaviour, very commonly known as the Raman effect was one of his greatest achievements. He was knighted in 1929.

Being the first physicist in Asia to receive a Nobel Prize for Physics in 1930, he created a spot for India in the spectrum of scientific achievements of the world. It holds great significance also because, at a time when Indians were considered inferior, uncivilised, barbaric and looked down upon by the British imperialists, C.V. Raman proved the metal of India’s brainpower and acuteness.

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IIT Delhi Alumni: Celebrating The Spirit Of Entrepreneurship

Through a musical dedication to the efforts, story and success of every IITian, we salute the spirit of entrepreneurship of IIT Delhi’s Alumni.

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Gordon B. Hinckley once stated, “You can’t build a great building on a weak foundation. You must have a solid foundation if you’re going to have a strong superstructure.” The real strength of a tree is determined by the reach of its roots. The right foundation often leads to the creation of great success stories. Today, we bring you a musical dedication, saluting some great achievers from IIT Delhi.

As one of the most premier institutes in India, IIT Delhi has one of the most successful networks of its alumni who run and manage companies with a cumulative value of over USD 100 Billion. With over 15 plus out of the 30 plus unicorns founded by IIT Delhi Alumni and over 30 million employment opportunities generated, it continues to produce some of the best entrepreneurs in the world.

Recently, on the launch of IIT Delhi’s Endowment Fund, a song was dedicated to it, by the alumni of IIT Delhi. Composed and sung by Vikram Gupta and produced by the IvyCap Ventures Advisors Private Limited, the lyrics are penned by Ashish Tripathi.

The Talented Indian Community celebrates the efforts, story and success of every IITian through this song.

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Dr. B. Ramana Rao: Treating His Patients For Free For 45 Years

A Padma Shri recipient, Dr. B. Ramana Rao has been treating patients in his free village clinic near Bangalore for the last 45 years.

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Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.” Dr. Ramana Rao epitomizes this virtue of selfless service.

Born in Hyderabad in 1951, Dr. Rao started his free village clinic on the very next day of his graduation on 15th August 1973. The clinic is situated in T.Begur, which is 35 km from Bangalore on the Bangalore-Pune National Highway. Since then every Sunday, he has been serving his patients for free, along with providing free meals to those who travel long distances to get treated.

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Accompanied by his wife, his two sons (who are also doctors) and dozen of volunteers from the villages, he has treated numerous people for free. From primary health checkups of oral health, skin, eye care to expensive medicines, injections and nebulisation are given free of cost to patients. Besides, free cataract surgery is also done at the clinic.

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His belief that everyone has the right to live with dignity, ensured him to create this drastic difference in people’s lives. Through the Raj Prakash Trust, “he works towards providing free medical treatment for thousands of rural communities who cannot afford the treatment.”

A Padma Shri recipient, Dr. Rao is also conferred with Dr. Abdul Kalam National Award among many others. As an exemplary epitome of selfless service, he is a true inspiration to us all.

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The ‘Rocket Women’ Of India’s Second Lunar Mission: Chandrayaan 2

Chandrayaan 2, was lead by the two “Rocket Women” of India, Project Director Muthayya Vanitha and Mission Director Ritu Karidhal.

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The historic mission of ISRO, Chandrayaan-2 is India’s second moon mission to explore the unchartered territory of Lunar south pole and was launched on India’s most powerful rocket GSLV-Mk0III-M1 from Sriharikota.

The team of incredible scientists and engineers at ISRO are the backbone of India’s space programme. We proudly present you the “Rocket Women” of India, who lead this crucial mission, making Chandrayaan 2 as ISRO’s first-ever space mission to be headed by women. 

Project Director of Chandrayaan 2 Moon Mission, Muthayya Vanitha, is also known as the “Rocket Woman” of India. She has experience of working on the Cartosat-1, Oceansat-2 and Megha-Tropiques missions. She also acted as the Deputy Director of the Mars Mission, Mangalyaan. In 2006, She was awarded as the best woman scientist. On the other hand, Ritu Karidhal, the Mission Director for Chandrayaan 2 Moon Mission, was also a part of India’s first interplanetary mission, Mangalyaan. In 2007, Karidhal received an award as ISRO Young Scientist by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. These two women were not alone in the Chandrayaan-2 team, which comprised of 30% women.

India is proud of every single scientist, who worked on the Chandrayaan-2 mission.

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Ravish Kumar: The Prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Awardee

Ravish Kumar is named for the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Award, which is Asia’s premier prize for his ethical journalism of the highest standards.

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Ravish Kumar is named for the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Award, which is Asia’s premier prize and the highest honour that celebrates the greatness of spirit and transformative leadership in Asia, for his “unfaltering commitment to a professional, ethical journalism of the highest standards”, where he “deals with real-life, under-reported problems of ordinary people”.

Credits: Instagram ( Ramon Magsaysay Award)

Born in Motihari, Bihar in 1974, Ravish is an Indian TV anchor, writer, journalist and media personality. He is a Managing editor at NDTV India and hosts several programs including the channel’s flagship weekday show Prime Time, Hum Log and Ravish Ki Report. He is the sixth Indian journalist to receive the Ramon Magsaysay Award for outstanding contribution to journalism. As an author he has published books named “The Free Voice – On Democracy, Culture and The Nation”, “Ishq Mein Shahar Hona”, “Dekhate Rahiye” and “Ravishpanti”.

He keeps raising his voice in support of various social causes through his social media handles. We share some of his thoughts.

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आवारा भीड़ के खतरे / हरिशंकर परसाई दिशाहीन, बेरोज़गार, हताश, नकारवादी और विध्वंसवादी बेकार युवकों की भीड़ खतरनाक होती है। इसका प्रयोग महत्वाकांक्षी खतरनाक विचारधारा वाले व्यक्ति और समूह कर सकते हैं। इस भीड़ का उपयोग नेपोलियन, हिटलर या मुसोलिनी ने किया था। यह भीड़ धार्मिक उन्मादियों के पीछे चल पड़ती है। यह भीड़ किसी भी ऐसे संगठन के साथ हो सकती है जो उनमें उन्माद और तनाव पैदा कर दे। इस भीड़ से विध्वंसक काम कराए जा सकते हैं। यह भीड़ फासिस्टों का हथियार भी बन सकती है। हमारे देश में यह भीड़ ब़ढ़ रही है। इसका उपयोग भी हो रहा है। आगे इस भीड़ का उपयोग सारे राष्ट्रीय और मानव मूल्यों के विनाश के लिए, लोकतंत्र के नाश के लिए करवाया जा सकता है। फोटो – Prometheus Pratap / dhurw gupt के वाल से।

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महाराष्ट्र ने जुलाई 2016 में दो करोड़ पौधारोपण/वृक्षारोपण का लक्ष्य रखा था। सरकार ने अभियान को सफल बताया। महाराष्ट्र सरकार की साइट पर दावा है कि उस साल 2.82 करोड़ सैंपलिंग लगाए गए। जुलाई 2017 के पहले हफ्ते में चार करोड़ वृक्षारोपण का अभियान चला। सफल बताया गया। फिर 2019 तक 50 करोड़ सैंपलिंग लगाने के लक्ष्य की बात है। वेबसाइट पर 2018 के अभियान के लिए 13 करोड़ सैंपलिंग का टार्गेट रखा गया था। वन विभाग की साइट पर लिखा है कि इस अभियान मे 38 लाख से अधिक लोगों ने हिस्सा लिया और 15 करोड़ से अधिक सैंपलिंग लगा दिए। अगर बीस करोड़ से अधिक पेड़ लगे तो इसकी ऑडिटिंग कैसे हो सकती है ? किसी को पता नहीं। मीडिया के पास दक्ष रिपोर्टर नहीं हैं और न दिलचस्पी है कि इस दावे का पता लगाए। अगर यह सफल अभियान है तब भी देश को बताया जाना चाहिए कि महाराष्ट्र में बीस करोड़ पेड़ लगे हैं। इस साल के लक्ष्य के हिसाब से पचास करोड़ सैंपलिंग हो जाएँगे। क्या हम जानते हैं कि महाराष्ट्र के जंगलों में कितने पेड़ बचे हैं? पचास करोड़ पौधे तो नहीं बचे होंगे। जितने भी बचे हैं क्या उसकी सेल्फी लेकर लोग भेज सकते हैं? क्या सरकार उन 38 लाख लोगों से अपील कर सकती है कि पिछले साल जो लगा चुके हैं वो बचे हैं या नहीं, सेल्फी भेजें। बीस करोड़ सैंपलिंग के लगाने से वन क्षेत्र में क्या बदलाव आ रहा है, किसी को कुछ पता नहीं है। एक रिपोर्ट के अनुसार 2014-2019 के बीच सवा लाख हेक्टेयर से अधिक के वन क्षेत्र ग़ायब हो गए। रफ्तार इतनी तेज़ थी की 2009-13 के बीच ग़ायब हुए वन क्षेत्रों से 36 प्रतिशत अधिक वनक्षेत्र लापता हो गए। सेल्फी विद सैंपलिंग टाइप के चर्चित कार्यक्रमों में हा हा ही ही करने से पहले मूल जानकारी पर भी ध्यान दीजिए। नितिन गडकरी ने कहा है कि वे सड़कों के किनारे सवा सौ करोड़ पौधे लगा देंगे। नीयत अच्छी है।

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Saloni Rai, Laung Laachi, Cover
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Semal
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Dil Diyan Gallan in Euphonious Voice of Aksh Baghla

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Sang Hoon Tere : Bhuvan Bam’s Original Single

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