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Interactive sessions at RGU

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GUWAHATI, March 29 - Nikhil Taneja, a Mumbai-based writer, producer, storyteller, teacher, speaker and mental health advocate interacted with the students of Royal Global University today on �Your Story Matters�. The interaction was held in the RGU premises, said a press release.

Taneja is the CEO of Yuvaa, which he has co-founded with filmmakers Anand Tiwari and Amritpal Bindra.

Yuvaa is a story telling platform empowering youths to express their stories and listen to others. It is presenting �Your Story Matters� to around 100 colleges in over 30 cities interacting with the youths.

At the interactive session Taneja spoke about how it is the stories and the feelings of empathy that make us human beings and how each person is the sum of all their stories. At the end of the two-hour session, everyone present was teary-eyed and wanting to share his/her story.

In another event, Dr Dola Das, research scientist at Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Ohio, USA was in RGU today and interacted with the students of bio-sciences and life sciences on �Role of hepatic stellate cells in hepatocellular carcinoma: progression and arrest�.

Dr Das spoke on the current scenario of hepatocellular carcinoma and its infectivity in people and its current treatment process.

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Interactive sessions at RGU

GUWAHATI, March 29 - Nikhil Taneja, a Mumbai-based writer, producer, storyteller, teacher, speaker and mental health advocate interacted with the students of Royal Global University today on �Your Story Matters�. The interaction was held in the RGU premises, said a press release.

Taneja is the CEO of Yuvaa, which he has co-founded with filmmakers Anand Tiwari and Amritpal Bindra.

Yuvaa is a story telling platform empowering youths to express their stories and listen to others. It is presenting �Your Story Matters� to around 100 colleges in over 30 cities interacting with the youths.

At the interactive session Taneja spoke about how it is the stories and the feelings of empathy that make us human beings and how each person is the sum of all their stories. At the end of the two-hour session, everyone present was teary-eyed and wanting to share his/her story.

In another event, Dr Dola Das, research scientist at Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Ohio, USA was in RGU today and interacted with the students of bio-sciences and life sciences on �Role of hepatic stellate cells in hepatocellular carcinoma: progression and arrest�.

Dr Das spoke on the current scenario of hepatocellular carcinoma and its infectivity in people and its current treatment process.