Pessimism didnâ€™t deter this man who recalls himself being labelled as a â€œbloody foolâ€ when he had purchased this land to construct the campus
The story of Mrs Anita Raghav is the story of an ordinary woman turned into an extraordinary leader.
Having a dog to accompany you can ward off loneliness and make you feel alive again. But, is it enough?
She is a worthy role model for all the Queens and Rajjos out there who struggle everyday to make a difference to their lives.
This will revolutionize the way you think, and you will be thankful.
Meet Shanti Raghavan: Enabling People Living With Disabilities To Achieve New Heights In The Most Inspiring Ways
Shanti's take on enabling India's disabled is refreshing and inspiring.
â€œI am simply doing my duty, whenever we have the means and strength to help others it becomes our duty to execute itâ€
Muki Regunathan took to entrepreneurship straight after college. After 7 failed start-ups, he is now on his 8th and successfully so.
The simplicity in this five minute video speaks volumes about agriculture in India.
The Delhi Drum Circle allows you to indulge in such an experience where it acts as a stress bursting activity where people in love with beats come together
The team members are college students and after their college hours teach a bunch of around 50- 60 children in the college ground itself
We need teachers who make their students say, "I choose to have a good life".
Many problems in our communities live on simply because people underestimate their own ability to make a difference.
Whenever her savings exceed a limit of more than what she had planned, she gifts a pencil and an eraser to little children in need in her colony
We might feel overwhelmed and powerless when Indiaâ€™s problems stare directly into our eyes. We may just donâ€™t know where to start.
When Problems Become Opportunities: The Story Of A Student Social Entrepreneur With A Dream To Help Farmers
A moving account of the struggles and motivation of a social entrepreneur.
These two initiatives undertaken by students aim to transform the lives of people who in spite of their large number, exist on the periphery of the society.
Cancer doesn't see anyone. I included graphics to engage people and when I told men that 1% of men get breast cancer too, they listened with more interest
Muktangan has tried to address the problem in an unconventional way. It has trained almost 500 teachers, who start out with a 12th-grade education
This is how Journalism is supposed to be!