Sparshita Saxena

Sparshita Saxena

Digital journalist with WION

Not just better salaries, Indians need sleep, holidays... and a life

Today, we need smartphones to help us track the numbers of hours we sleep, the amount of water we drink and the number of steps we walk in a day.

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Determination, hard work key to success: Neha Krishna, winner of US beauty pageant to WION

For Krishna, hard work is the mantra, she believes in taking no shortcuts and living by the values of determination, grit and grace. 

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Telangana Assembly elections 2018: Why it's difficult to overthrow K C Rao

Dethroning Rao, who has had his hands gripped on the pulse of his people, can be quite challenging for the saffron party as well as for the Congress, especially when Rao’s report card in the last…

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Kamala Harris: America's only Indian-American Senator bolsters Democrats' midterm prospects, eyes 2020 ticket

California's junior senator will not put up a fight for re-election this term, but that hasn't stopped her from campaigning for the Democrats across America. 

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A year fraught with natural disasters, quit turning blind eye to climate change

Experts suggest that the pace at which the West is consuming meat, it will only throw the ecological chain off balance.

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Now is the time to embrace 'minimalism'; why having less is actually more

We cannot be happy with having too little, having too much is never going to bring contentment, you and I seek that fine balance of having just about enough and maintaining that equilibrium for…

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Blog: Secularism is consensual togetherness of believer and non-believer

A theist and an atheist both can be secular -- if they are capable of critical thought and thereby take the responsibility of their beliefs. They must believe in the idea of co-existence,…

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Aparshakti Khurrana opens up on his big break 'Dangal' and possibility of playing negative roles

In a conversation with WION, Aparshakti Khurrana opened-up about his journey from a being a radio jockey, an anchor to becoming an actor.

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Blog: What young rescuers braved in middle of Kerala deluge

Kerala is not wiped out of the map; do not think it is destroyed. Its charm, beauty and exuberance lives on and will resurrect

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Independence Day 2018: A history of India-Pakistan relations

As we ring in India's 72nd Independence Day, here's a quick look at a timeline of Indo-Pak ties.
 

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Opinion: Cancer research in India needs mammoth funding

Experts suggest around thirds of cancers can be avoided just by preventive measures, taking a cue from the same.

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Opinion: As Imran Khan rises, a look at ex-wife Jemima Khan's sacrifices

She was 21, he was over 40; he was resolute to enter Pakistan’s political arena, she was ready to embrace a culture that was at loggerheads with her western lifestyle and upbringing.

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International Yoga Day 2018: Yogic diet - dos and don'ts for a fitter you

is Yoga Day let us take a look at how minor tweaks in your daily diet can go a long way in promoting health and getting the most out of your yoga… Read Article

HD Kumaraswamy: Karnataka's weary kingmaker who yearns to taste power

Kumaraswamy's political debut in the year 1996 was marked by his winning score in that year's Lok Sabha elections. Read Article

Opinion: Why Donald Trump wants to scrap Iran nuclear deal so badly

Trump's opposition toward the deal was quite out in the public ever since he started campaigning for the US Presidential elections in 2016

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