Run for India, Run for AIF

A supporter of American India Foundation in Chicago, Ritu Jain shares her reflections organizing a 5k run to raise awareness and funds for AIF.
By Ritu Jain
I’m a wife,

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Solutions Laundered

 
I have been terrible at keeping up with blogging! There has been so much that has happened in the last four months. I got really into watching volleyball at

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When I drive…

When I drive…………………….
Riding the motorcycle was difficult for me; it still gets difficult when the whole city seems to be on road, in one form or another. It becomes

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AIF Leadership Conference Speech

I had the privilege to speak on behalf of my fellow education fellows about my experiences thus far during the AIF Leadership Conference where we had the opportunity to

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The Humor In Flexibility

The following story, in my opinion, is hilarious, and demonstrates metaphorically the resilience, flexibility, and sense of humor needed for navigating India….
I was visiting the nearby city of Bangalore

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The agriculture revolution

Here you can read about the trend in wheat production in India and why it is not helping the income of farmers and what can be done towards improving the

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The Rules of Making a Mixtape

 
“The making of a compilation tape is a very subtle art.  Lots of do’sand don’t.  First of all you are using someone else’s poetry to express how you feel.”

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“Lights Up”

Dombivli is a city of secret streets. Hidden passages lead between apartments from one road to another, conveniently avoiding the congestion and traffic in between. While I have visited many

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What good are human rights?

During my first year of law school, I took a class called Public International Law in which we studied human rights and the remedies that exist for human rights violations.

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