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 Before becoming THE Beer Biceps, Ranveer was like the engineer next door who hated his course. He binge-watched American YouTubers and soon became one documenting his flab to fab journey.
3 min read We often believe life is hard for us and nothing can get worse, be it a financial crisis or a
2 min read This is the story of a Delhi Bboy artist- Vivek Nainwal aka Jin, the son of a taxi driver, who has made a name in the Bboying community with his hardwork and moves. He moves, lives, eats, sleeps and breaths Bboying.
2 min read The brown skinned Indian society is obsessed with fair white skin and here is how it took a toll on a national level badminton player, Tanishka Shinde.
2 min read Kriti Narayan was like every other young Indian girl trying to fit in but her all girls school didn’t make it easy for her and here is how she found solace in her camera.
2 min read Times have evolved and so has our news, but mainstream media has taken over raw, authentic news and here is Andre Borges, the young Indian journalists take on the new age journalism.
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.
3 min read The young Indian, Kena Shree, didn’t fall prey to society’s career>passion lifestyle. Today, she is a writer, storyteller, theatre artist whilst dabbling between her 9-5 job.
4 min read Do you feel the gap between the inspiring stories of you and the millionaire drop outs ? Is it difficult for you to relate to them ? Here is the journey of a young Indian, Ishaan Agarwal who may have failed class 12 but is winning at life.