Arunima Sinha

The day her leg was amputated, Arunima Sinha took a pledge that many would find even difficult to comprehend. Her objective, from that day onwards, was not simply to prove her proficiency with a prosthetic leg, but was also to conquer the highest peak in the world – Mount Everest. The sense of accomplishment was …

Sarbjeet Singh

Sarbjeet Singh lives a happy, normal life in the calm hills of Shimla. And if we just stuck on to appearances, we would probably stash away Sarbjeet as just another face in the crowd. But, Sarbjeet is not your regular next door Joe. It all began in 2007 when Sarbjeet Singh started operating a free-of-cost …

Cartoons

“Home is where the story begins. When I start something, it should be in my home state.” With this thought, the journey of Surya Prakash – an IIT Bombay alumnus – of educating the children in Gopalganj district in rural Bihar in the most effective ways started. After interacting with many school children, he realised …

Deepa Malik

For Deepa Malik, life has never been able to pose an obstacle that could dim her spirit. Brought up in a family of Army personnel and wife to an armed forces officer, she was accustomed to overcoming challenges that the vast majority of us can’t even think of. She experienced 3 spinal surgeries and got …

MASH Project

Aashish Beergi led MASH Project Foundation (MASH) has received  Goalkeepers Global Goals Award. The recognition is awarded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for it’s work on empowering young people towards UN Sustainable Development Goals (Global Goals). MASH is the winner of The 2020 Campaign Award category for furthering global cooperation and partnership that addresses Global …

Individuals with intellectual disabilities have mostly faced the hostile, ignorant end of society, with few patches of empathy sewn through. But, even just empathising with the intellectually disabled may not be enough. There is much more that we can do for them. Dr. Madhumati Puri, a specialist in genetics research with All India Institute of …

visually impaired

When the youth of the country thinks of making life easier for the people are struggling with mental and physical disabilities, there’s no force that can stop them. Three students from the YMCA Institute of Science and Technology, Faridabad have created a belt that can make life for those with a visual impairment a lot …

Graffitis

The society is what builds us and contributes to our holistic development. But, the thought of even remotely giving something back to the society seldom crosses our mind. And it is not an isolated incident, but a reaction that most of us harbour when the question of giving back to society arises. Even Deepika Goyal …