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A Brief Overview of Failure from Pecha Kucha #19 (Part 2)

Yesterday, I wrote up the first part of a brief overview of the last Pecha Kucha Night, which was held on Friday, the 17th of May, and focused on Failure. It wasn’t all that brief, though, because there was so … Continue reading

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The Final Lot of Speakers at the Next Pecha Kucha Night!

The 19th Pecha Kucha Night in Delhi is nearly upon us, and I’m very pleased to introduce you to the final four speakers who’ll be presenting their encounters and thoughts on Failure this Friday. Tamseel Hussain is a Campaigner for … Continue reading

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A Brief Overview of Pecha Kucha Night #13 (part 2/3)

This is a continuation of yesterday’s post giving a brief overview of Pecha Kucha #13, held last Thursday at the American Center. Like I said earlier, our speakers this time were incredibly inspiring, each in their own way, and their … Continue reading

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Why There Is Much To Look Forward To

By Muhammad Khan Somewhere along the way we became a deeply cynical people. We stopped believing in the people whom we had elected to represent us. We continuously lowered our expectations, began to demand less and less from our leaders. … Continue reading

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Planning begins for the twelfth Pecha Kucha Night in Delhi

We’re super stoked to announce that planning for the twelfth edition of Pecha Kucha Night in New Delhi has begun! Like last time, the event is being planned in collaboration with the American Center, and will be held at their … Continue reading

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