Aradhana Academy is not on the list of “elite” schools of Bangalore. But here’s our experience. I sent this email to Rajane Prasad, Admissions Co-ordinator, and Sister Moly, the Principal of the School. Dear Ms
In 2015, Whitefield Rising volunteers joined hands with Samridhdhi Trust to run a Bridge School for children of construction workers in Nallurahalli area of Whitefield. Rotary and various companies contributed to the cause. Meanwhile, many
Over the past few years, we’ve done many things to raise funds for PNLIT, and we’ve realised that fund-raising is quite a challenge. To a social-cause fund-raiser who may knock on your door, the most disheartening
So, did you read about what happened in Mali; that, there were 27 dead bodies after Malian commandos stormed the besieged luxury hotel to free those trapped inside? Incidentally, there were 20 Indians among the
When you saw a teenager glued to a video game, did you think, “That kid is going to make seven million bucks!” That’s what people like Felix Kjellberg (PewDiePie) and Sean McLoughlin (Jacksepticeye) are making
Thank god it didn’t rain! We never thought we would say this but it was important that the early evening of Sat. 12th Sept remained nice and dry. “Keshavraju Thippaswamy” wanted a drum above everything else.
PNLIT invites you to celebrate International Literacy Day with “The Boy and the Drum” an engaging folk tale chosen especially for this year’s event by Pratham Books. The book, adapted from a folktale by Umesh PN and beautifully illustrated
An article in the New York Times says having a working mom leads to economic, educational and social benefits for her children. The children of such mothers tended to “complete more years of education, were