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A few years ago, Ashwani Parashar visited his hometown Dholpur during the Diwali break from his medical studies in Jaipur. Always brimming with sensitivity for the society, he decided to celebrate his Diwali with people from financially repressed backgrounds. Along with a group of friends, Ashwani bought some sweets and crackers and visited a village, …

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“Have you ever wondered how it feels like to always be a step behind, always of a beat? To be perpetually in a state of confusion and watching your peers always be seemingly ahead of you. Students with learning disability experience this every day. If statistics are to be believed, around 15% of all children …

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We often hear about tourists coming to India to relish its culture, diversity, to peregrinate and then ecstatically leaving for their habitation country. But Theresa of Chicago was not just one tourist who left blissfully. Theresa, a student at the University of Michigan first came to India in 2007 for a project to study how …

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Nestled near the bylines of Lajpat Bhavan in Delhi is a bookshop to take notice of. Ornate with a plethora of books and fueled by a driving cause this charity based store run by Sisters of the People is a treat to the reading soul with books stacked and piled in every nook and corner …

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54 Kids of Sama School in Ahmedabad came out valiantly with their demands for a better world; A world they would want to inhabit and be happy in Located in the predominantly Muslim residential colony of Danilimbda, Ahmedabad, the Sama School has long stood as a tall bastion of hope for hundreds of children – …

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Amidst the hustling corners, fringes, and streets of New Delhi lies GB Road. The name fills in with any other street in the city, but in the societal cauldron of what’s right and what’s wrong, it has been only covertly talked about in hush voices – as if not to spill it’s ‘evil’ and ‘filth’ …

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Dr Taru Jindal’s commitment and work in rural has redefined the scope of community medicine, saving thousands of pregnant women and children in rural Bihar. Dr Taru Jindal 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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