TBI Blogs: Finally, Indian Law Is Giving You The “Right to Be Forgotten” on the Internet. Learn All About It.

Recently, the Karnataka High Court recognized and upheld an individual’s right to be forgotten in a landmark judgment. This is a completely new concept for India, as prior to this there has been no significant cases wherein an individual moved the court seeking an order to remove all information and data related to them available on the Internet.

TBI Blogs: How I ‘Lived’ the Indian Constitution for 5 Weeks and Came to Understand It Better!

Over 400 Jagriks (Jagruk+Nagriks) have undertaken an arduous journey to better understand the Indian Constitution and its tenets and apply them in their lives, under Samvidhan Live: the Jagrik Project. Kanika Sinha talks about how watching these 400 journeys progress helped her better identify with the Constitution and apply its principles in her life.

TBI Blogs: When a Young Man Experienced Christianity, Sikhism, Islam, and Hinduism – All in Three Days!

Exploring religion can be a deeply moving experience, especially when one decides to overcome his/her own prejudices and explore other religions with an open mind. Jagrik (Jagruk+Nagrik) Priyanshu from Ahmedabad, Gujarat narrates his experience exploring different religions as part of a task for Samvidhan LIVE: The Jagrik Project.

TBI Blogs: Simplifying the Constitution—How over 400 People Are Educating Others about Their Rights & Duties

The Constitution of India is one of the most important documents in the country, yet for many people, it is little more than a dusty memory from their school Civics classes. However, a group of individuals from around the country are undertaking an initiative to educate themselves and others about the significance of this cornerstone of India and its contents. Meet the Jagriks of Samvidhan LIVE.

TBI Blogs: Why 350 People across India Are Stepping out of Their Comfort Zones to Spark Change

A new initiative – Samvidhan Live - The Jagrik Project – is trying to get its participants (Jagriks) to discover more about the Constitution and its tenets through an interactive simulation. Along the way, the Jagriks will undergo a journey of self-realisation and development, and use the lessons they have picked up to change the world.

TBI Blogs: Meet the Organisations and People Using Digital Literacy to Uplift India’s Underprivileged

The rapid adoption of technology and the Internet has enabled thousands of Indians to become part of a global community. But, there is also a widening gap between those with access to these tools, and those without the ability or means to do so. Organisations like DEF are helping India’s underprivileged classes bridge this gap in digital literacy.