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Ajit Sivaram and Satish Manchikanti were two men living the average corporate life in Bangalore.  But there Sundays were different. The duo with their friends would visit an institute for specially-abled children.  They would play games, clean the compound and spend time with them. This small and seemingly insignificant habit took a form into U&I …

“When you don’t agree to disagree, you create space for extremism”. It took me longer than usual to comprehend what Basit Jamal said.  He continued “religion was never meant to be a roadblock, if interpreted in the right manner it’s the most peaceful way to resolve conflicts”. Within the first few minutes of the conversation, …

In India, 10%-30% of hospital registrations are due to road traffic injuries and a majority of these people tend to develop varying levels of disabilities due to mishandling. Improper handling of fracture injuries can lead to long-term disorders. This was witnessed by Mayur Sanas, a resident of a small village of Satara district of Maharashtra. …

We have heard of countless instances where a WhatsApp forward has created a ruckus. For a change, we found one where someone took the baton to turns things around for Good.  Talking about being abused in any sort of way is not easy to come by. People get mistreated in many ways and find it …

How Abhinav Agrawal, a graduate of Berklee College of Music is preserving India’s priced folk music and musicians “Folk music made my childhood memorable, I couldn’t stand to see it vanish. I realised if I could I preserve and document it for future generations, I would have paid to the art for what it gave …

Akshay and Kartik spearhead an innovation that can generate power from water, air and aluminium, making it the first of its kind fuel cell that can revolutionise the energy domain in transport.  

Would you believe me if I tell you that you can grow a dense forest in your backyard from scratch in just 2 years and at a budget less than an iPhone? Well, one man has been doing it for thousands of Indian houses, schools and offices for several years now.  Shubhendu Sharma, a chemical …