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Saahil Waslekar

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Saahil Waslekar
Saahil Waslekar is a reporter at Lundagård since fall 2014.

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Graduation Day: To All Future Students

Column
Just in time for graduation columnist Saahil Waslekar shares his secrets and best advice for future students. ...
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Ideas for Strategic Gratitude

Column
Isn’t it true that giving back to those who have played a role in enabling your current state of progress makes you unintentionally strategic? ...
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Lighthouse powers a Lightyear

Column
Does light at the end of the tunnel necessarily mean that there is darkness at the beginning? ...
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Mentors and Practitioners

Column
For a student’s future the role of either a mentor or practitioner is more pivotal than can be imagined. ...
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Into the Northern Lights

Column
Thoughts are those sparks which direct us to great ideas, says columnist Saahil Waslekar ...
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To See, Not Look

Column
Vision is that thin line of difference between success and failure. ...
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The Duty of Inspiration

Column
Inspiration is that silent element in any individual’s progress which requires a frequent visit, says columnist Saahil Waslekar. ...
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Towards New Beginnings

Column
Valborg and Holi are two similar festivals originating in different parts of the world. Each of the festivals share an identical message says columnist Saahil Waslekar. ...
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The Meaning of Happiness

Student life
A lecture in October last year on Happiness in Bhutan was an eye opener. Next, it was crucial to talk to students of Lund University. ...
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Chancho – A Game Students Play Every Day Unknowingly

Column
Students, unknowingly, work in the interest of each other says columnist Saahil Waslekar. ...
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