We, The Young, are fuelled by our ideas and driven by our dreams. We breathe passion into things we do and are on a quest to find our own voice amidst all the clutter & noise. We are diverse, unapologetic about who we love or identify as. We are creators, thinkers and believers, bursting and overflowing with talent. We are entrepreneurs, artists, authors and leaders of the new world – We, The Young are a crazy breed, and it is our stories – the stories of a new generation – that will define and shape the future. Welcome to a space that celebrates these voices!
2 min read Biking the gender stereotypes away? wetheyoung brings to you women living their life and not caring of what society has to say.
2 min read From an MBA drop out to one of the most successful young entrepreneurs of India, this is the journey of Ankit Madaan, the founder of Hasley India.
3 min read The young, ardent and one of a kind Chandani hails from a family of entertainers that travel across regional borders
2 min read Akshay Kapoor, a young Indian fell pray to the heinous barbarism of sexual abuse at the young age of 6 by his own step-dad and here is how he stood up for himself and dealt with it.
2 min read Abhinandan, India’s famous RJ, once was an almost engineer graduate. This young Indian emphases on the importance of following ones passion and turning it into their career and here is how he did it.
2 min read Bags were packed, the flight was about to take off, hopes were high. A ___ -year-old Tanisha left for the
Destination Paradise: Support This Young Team Trying To Tell Stories of Illegal Migrants Lost In Europe
3 min read The financial recession that hit almost immediately following the COVID-19 pandemic has caused havoc in the present crisis of migration.
2 min read Be the change you want to see. Nasir Khan, a young politician of the Bihar district took matters into his
3 min read With the election fervor still on, issues around politicians, in general, are also doing the rounds. You know it the
2 min read Ashish Chopra, the young Indian, at the mere age of 6 began questioning himself because he wasn’t like his other ‘boy’ friends and didn’t like what boys were ‘supposed’ to like. Here is how he went from being in a cocoon to transforming corporate places into queer friendly spaces.