Growing up in the 1990s India, we were taught that to be a success or even respected in society, one had to have a "proper" degree and a job. Doing something you enjoyed, or were passionate about, wasn't encouraged or even discussed, unless you were ... The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
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Himanshu Singh Himanshu Singh had completed his bachelor's degree and started working with Oracle Financial Services in 2006, what was for many a dream job. But within three years, ennui caught up with him and in October 2009, he started up a ...Yourstory.in, 3 weeks ago
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