“Music moves me, it reinforces my belief that there is more than just what we see, hear or touch.”
The Blood Connect put up a spectacular event at Dogra Hall this Sunday, with amazing performances by dance group Terpsi Chorean and rock band Tarkash, and politician Ajay Maken visiting the event and applauding the noble work that Blood Connect is doing. The best part is, we managed to get hold of the showstopper, musician/songwriter/composer Nikhil D’Souza for an exclusive interview. Read on to see what he had to say!
Ambar Srivastava is a dual degree graduate in Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology from IIT Delhi (year -2008). Ambar developed a mobile phone-sized haemoglobin meter dubbed the TrueHb Hemometer for which he received MIT’s TR35 award for top innovators under 35.