Bilal A. Khan
Bilal A. Khan is a journalist who loves to write hard-hitting, inspiring and interesting stories. It may sound little exaggerated but as a journalist he wants his journalism career to be impactful for the society through the kind of stories he loves to do.
He has worked with renowned publications. Now he is working as an independent journalist. Read his articles in various publications.
Some people have threatened him for exposing evil in the society and some appreciated him for writing inspiring and interesting stories.
19-year-old Saleha Khan’s story from Mumbai’s slum will make you think what girls can do if they have the freedom to choose. She was a delegate at Goal Keepers 2019 event, New York, organised by Bill and Melinda Foundation.
In Aashman Taneja’s family from Hyderabad not only he but his father Ashish Taneja and sister Myra Taneja are also Guinness World Records holders in Taekwondo.
Inspired by his sister Myra Taneja who won Guinness Book of World Records thrice, Aashman Taneja from Hyderabad also made his way to the Guinness Book of World Records in Taekwondo.
Carve Your Own Road is a collection of real life stories of successful people who left their unsatisfying job or fired by companies to do what they really like to do and succeeded in them.
Whenever I pray I feel a huge sense of motivation, happiness and I get optimistic about my life and goals. It is because I connect with the source of energy. That is what Jen Sincero says in her book ‘You Are A Badass.
Tim Ferriss in his book The 4-Hour Work Week explains how you can enjoy your life taking mini-retirements and working simultaneously.
A report by Apnalaya, an NGO, said the average size of a family is over five and the average monthly income only Rs7,800 in Shivaji Nagar.
In the case, the accused was acquitted after the court trial. However, intense media coverage led to a huge protest and subsequently the life imprisonment was awarded to the perpetrator.
Arbaz Shaikh, the son of a bus conductor from a Khar slum, has got selected for Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay’s (IIT-B’s)
I believe we can change the world if we use pen wisely