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About NJTT

“You may say I’m a dreamer,

But I’m not the only one,

I hope someday you can join us,

And the world will be as one…”

(The above are the lyrics of  the song called Imagine, sung by the legendary Beatles’ lead vocalist, in hi solo 1971 album Imagine.)

It sadly were 18 years before we understood that things needed to change, and realize that we had to do our bit, no matter titbit or massive it be, for being a part of the change we wanted to see. But, it didn’t seem too late to start. It’s never too late, they say.

It was a regular post-boards afternoon when after reading a blogpost about female foeticides, 4 bloggers came together to sow the seed of their initiative, which they hoped would help in bringing about the much-needed change.

Not Just The Talks (future references: NJTT) is not just another expression of words, it is not just a random rant, it is not about pointing out the flaws in the system.

It’s about not just talking (read: blogging). It’s about solutions. It’s about identifying the deep-rooted issues and inhibitions of the Indian society, and the change it needs.

NJTT is an initiavive by teens, for teens, to lead and be the change they want to see in the India they live in as adults.

We shout, we cry, we raise our voice and then we shudder to silence. NJTT is to make that change, NJTT is to make an echo of every voice and keep the candle of hope alive.

Hope is a good thing, may be the best of things. And no good thing, ever dies.

(A popular quote from The Shawshank Redemption.)

This one is to hope; this one is to change; this one is to living in the India we deserve to live in; this one is to turn the table around and show the world what India really is and what Indians can do for the country of their own; this one is to being the change we want to see; this one is to lead the change, from the front; this one is to Not Just The Talks.

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