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Issue 27


Suhani Jalota, a Queen’s Young Leader Awardee’s MYNA has been revolutionising the health condition for rural women in India by produces low-cost, eco-friendly sanitary pads

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The scenic masquerade of an evening greets hazy eyes with warm hues. This is to say, that the colours of an evening are enchanting, while the display is beyond mesmerizing beauty. It would have been a picturesque moment if we were to sit in the damp grass watching colours dissolve into the stillness of the …

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Dr Taru Jindal has redefined the scope of community medicine through commitment and work in rural areas, saving thousands of pregnant women and children in rural Bihar. She grew up with a close affection and an attitude to help those in pain. She dropped her plans to move into the polished of corporate healthcare and …

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“Maybe what we understand of people and children, about how they have to be educated has been wrong all along. There is something missing from our education system, which is why no one asked them what they wanted to learn”. These are the words of Mr Abhijit Sinha, Founder and CEO of Project DEFY, an …

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If I tell you to imagine a happy child’s face,the most generic picture that would pop in your head would be that of an innocent child with wide admiring eyes and a toothy grin, a doting mother sitting beside her child and willing to do anything for the child’s wellbeing, a father that would always …

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Pablo Picasso once said, “The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away”. For 13 years, the passion, gift and purpose of Deepa Pant revolved around the apparel industry. An NIFT graduate, Deepa had a history of working in multiple sectors including merchandise, import-export and also …

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