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Dramebazz

Prasanth Nori and Soumya Kavi founded Dramebazz in 2015 in Hyderabad. It utilizes the art of Theatre to bridge the gap between what children learn in classrooms and the skills required to make practical use of that knowledge in real life. Through theatre, Dramebazz aims to inculcate four life skills in students – Problem-solving, collaboration, …

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71-year-old

71-year-old Meena Nijhawan from Noida started teaching four children, who were living on the streets, in a small garage. She never had a faint comprehension that this small garage with these four innocent children would change her life and lives of thousands of children. “Since I hail from an army background, the urge to serve …

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digital

“I was asked to teach for an hour. The students were so enthusiastic to learn that I ended up teaching for up to three hours! ”, says Hemanth, a volunteer with AP Government’s digital training programme. Besides being well-informed, India’s youth today is also sensitive to issues and harbors a keen desire to give back …

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SETU

A blend of diverse cultures and art forms practiced in different communities in India indeed makes it one of the most vibrant and colourful nations in the world. Be it embroidery, painting, wood carving, stone carving, sculpturing, India has traditionally been a heritage of craft and art forms and immensely creative and talented artists. If …

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cerebral palsy

A new born always brings happiness and the lives of his parents and a feeling of contentment and peace to everyone around. But, this did not happen when Ding Ding was born. He was born with celebral palsy due to a complication during his birth. The doctors in Hubei province, China predicted at the time …

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Emergency Medical Rooms

Recently, the Bombay High Court made a welcoming move by ordering the railways to consider setting up medical centers on railway stations that are close to accident prone spots on the Western and Central railway routes. This praiseworthy decision of the Bombay High Court was made after information accessed through the Right to Information act …

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Every woman has a right to a clean, healthy and hygienic life. But, sadly, a major chunk of the female demographic of our nation has been distantly lacking a hygienic lifestyle. The status of their hygiene decreases exponentially when it comes to their menstrual cycles. Unavailability and costly price structure of mainstream sanitary pads often coerce women …

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Simply Blood

According to a World Health Organisation factsheet, “Of the 112.5 million blood donations collected globally, approximately half of these are collected in the high-income countries, home to just 19% of the world’s population.” For developing countries with low per capita income like India, the blood donation rate stands at a low 4.6 donations for every …

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Janwaar Castle

Grey clouds of apprehension and difficulties mired the daily lives of people in the village of Janwaar in Madhya Pradesh. But, a silver lining came in form Ulrike Reinhard, a German Traveller, biker and a community activist. After extensively travelling in India for more than 2 years, Ulrike happened to visit the village of Janwaar. …

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Bhopal

When you give others reasons to be happy, life gives you reasons to be happy. Although, not a very popular practice today, some people really do go out of their way to spread joy in the lives of others. With this firm belief, Dr. Chandresh Shukla too diverged from the conventional to make his special …

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