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Allopathy is a magical world, no doubt. It seems as though there is “a pill for every ill”. However, it is often argued that Allopathic medicines usually focuses on treating the symptoms, but often not the cause. Moreover, these chemically synthesized medicines usually come with a range of harmful side effects. Hence, it needs no …

When the other students his age learned the concept of waste management like any other science lesson, 13-year-old Vikramjeet Singh Kanwar saw it as an opportunity. The Gurgaon boy started a platform that enables people to exchange their dry recyclable waste with upcycled products like home decors, stationery, glassware, etc.  

Residents of Dhedhuki, a remote interior village of Gujarat, Chaitanyabhai and Sonalben, a devout Gandhian couple are firm believers of the philosophy of the Nishkama Karma followed by Gandhi. And rightly so. The couple dedicated their lives to live by Gandhi’s principle ‘We should act not only for our dear ones but also for the …

A good story captures your attention immediately, holds you close during the midst of it all, and finishes with thrill, wonder, and closure. Today, many believe that storytelling is an art that is quickly losing its charm. There has been lots of debate and discussion about whether it is a lost cause entirely. Aman Kaleem …

Plastic straws are one of the most picked up items during beach clean-ups. As many as 8.3 billion plastic straws were found to pollute oceans and other water bodies all over the world. Around 1 billion plastic straws are produced every single day and each straw that was ever used still exists. It is estimated, …

When you are destined to something greater, the path you choose doesn’t make much difference. This is what can be inferred from the story of Sameer Kumar Misra, who set aside his career as a Mechanical Engineer and started a new journey towards reimagining education system in the rural Odisha. After completing his engineering in …

When I first met Gauranshi I didn’t know then that my idea of “inspiration” was going to change. At that time, I just saw a young badminton player who couldn’t speak or hear but her cheerfulness spread through her sparkling eyes and the biggest smile on her face. When I met her again 4 years …