Meet India’s Youngest Pilot: She Got Her Pilot's License At 16 Years Old

Ever since we were little, most of us have been fascinated by aeroplanes . Whether it was the sheer excitement of flying on one or just glancing up in the sky when you’d hear engine roar.  Some eventually get past the fascination whereas some push this to the limit by actually becoming a pilot. However, She shared in an Interview with TOI, how she got fascinated by the profession, “I got fascinated by pilots. As I grew up, my fascination only increased and I finally landed up at Bombay Flying Club. ” Ayesha Aziz is the daughter of Abdul Aziz, who is a businessman from Worli, Mumbai. Abdul has always been supportive to help Ayesha achieve new heights, literally. He said to TOI, “I have always believed that knowledge and enquiry are keys to human progress. If my child had a dream which was achievable, I had to be part of the process and see that she realized this dream.” She expressed the feeling when she had her parents onboard for the first time, stating, “The first time I flew an aircraft with my parents on board, the greatest feeling I had was of independence ... a sense of liberation.” At NASA, she underwent training for a Space Shuttle Mission, specifically learning to manoeuvre spacecraft in microgravity, multi-axis training as well as extra-vehicular activity.  In 2012, she also underwent training to fly a MIG-29 jet at Russia’s Sokul airbase. ........Read more


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Raji: An Ancient Epic – The story behind the ‘Made in India’ game everyone is waiting for

An Ancient Epic has been causing ripples across the world for its stunning visuals, use of Indian mythology, and a great storyline. The console-worthy game from India was delayed for a couple of years due to the lack of funds making it a bumpy ride for founders Shruti Ghosh, Avichal Singh, and Ian Maude. spoke to the three founders about their journey of creating the game, which has been released earlier this week on Nintendo Switch and is set to launch on PC and consoles soon. “It feels great. Finally, after three years of struggle, we are going to get the game out,” Ghosh heaves a sigh of relief as she lists every excruciating detail in their long journey to get the game out. “In the initial years when we tried to do a Kickstarter campaign, we could not reach the goal. That was the only plan we had back then. We made a demo for 10 months,” she remembers, adding that the team was just five of them… “sustaining ourselves with our savings”. The three founders bootstrapped the project with their savings, hoping funds will pour in from Kickstarter. “We did not have the to get a PR company to do marketing for us in the initial first few days of the campaign. That’s something we learned. We were struggling to find a publisher to fund us,” Ghosh adds about what she says was a “difficult time for the entire team”.........Read more


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We need to wait what the supreme leader of north korea will do to this american