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  • She is going to represent India at the Miss...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • September 23, 2017

    In less than ten days, this young lass who exudes immense self-belief will be representing India on an international platform. Her boundaries know no limits as Rajalakshmi, a dentist from Bengaluru will be gracing the stage at Miss Wheelchair World 2017 in Poland. The...

  • This German woman has saved 1,200 cows in Mathura!

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • September 19, 2017

    Friedrike Irina is a 59-year-old German woman who came to India from Berlin in 1978 as a tourist. She arrived in Radha Kund, Mathura, to look for a guru, as she believed one needed a guru to progress in life. But her life completely changed after her neighbour...

  • All his life he faced rejections because of being...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • September 16, 2017

    When he was born, neighbours in the village suggested that his parents smother him. It was better than the pain they would have to go through their lifetime, some said. He is a “useless” baby without eyes… being born blind is a sin, others added. Today, Srikanth...

  • A visit to the iconic Chicago Art Institute

    • Akshay Rane
    • September 12, 2017

    Fearless Indian reader - Hemangi Rane - shares her experience of visiting the iconic Chicago Art Institute on the 125th Anniversary of the memorable Chicago Speech.

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  • This woman has uplifted thousands in Rajasthan for...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • September 9, 2017

    Motivated by a desire to work for the children of socially and economically deprived members of backward communities suffering from abject poverty. Mrs Alice Garg entered social service in 1972 by bringing four destitute children into her home to provide complete...

  • This Muslim family donated land for expansion of...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • September 2, 2017

    Gifts such as this show how India is not only home to communal antipathy but at its very heart carries the emotion of religious harmony. This example of Muslim-Hindu brotherhood comes straight from Madhya Pradesh where a Muslim family has donated their land to aid in...

  • He was the youngest freedom fighter who laid his...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • August 12, 2017

    Centuries may pass but we Indians are still indebted to the sacrifices of this teenager. This young man was a nightmare to the Britishers. That is why, even though the law didn’t permit him to hang, the Britishers breached the law & gave him the death sentence....

  • This army is on a mission to feed a million of...

    • Editor
    • August 11, 2017

    A group of youngsters venture out at night distributing food to the ones in need. An army of Robin Hoods spread across different cities in India, youngsters clad in the same attire as the heroic outlaw from the English folk lore. These heroes are battling hunger with...

  • First doctor of Indore who has been treating...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • August 10, 2017

    Dr Bhakti Yadav is Indore’s first woman MBBS graduate. At the age of 91, when almost everyone retires from their job, she continues to treat her patients – for free. A practice that she started in 1948. She has been conferred with the Padma Shri award this year....

  • This American Lady is transforming rural India by...

    • Mrinalini Singh

    When asked about the difference between a village and a city, most urban folks dwelling in posh localities take the liberty to explain it as a place that lacks basic amenities. While it's easy to nonchalantly drop the scarcity of these amenities in conversation, life...

  • This farmer refused for loan waiver, appeals to...

    • Editor
    • August 8, 2017

    At a time when farmers in the country are reeling under the pressure of insurmountable debts and demanding farm loan waivers, a 60-year-old farmer, Naga Kushwaha, from a remote village in Uttar Pradesh, has refused his loan waiver. Hailing from the village Prithvipur,...

  • Mahesh Khandelwal the man behind sanitary...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • August 2, 2017

    While talking about menstruation is still considered a taboo in India, here is a man from Uttar Pradesh who not only designed sanitary napkins for poor women but also made them affordable and eco-friendly too. He is also providing lakhs of women regular employment...

  • This gurudwara in Delhi offers daily ‘Langar’...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • August 1, 2017

    The Sikh community has laid a strong foundation of humility and humanity. Be it the floods, the gory attack in London, the rough conditions in Syria or the celebration of Ramzan in Pakistan- the lining - Sikh community has opened their doors, their hearts, and...

  • From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, India salutes...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • July 26, 2017

    “Indian Army” – When we utter these two words, our heads get down with respect and gratitude to their sacrifice and nobility. From the icy terrain of Himalaya to the scorching heat of the desert, they guard us as their family all day and night without...

  • OPPO officials make derogatory comments on India...

    • Editor
    • July 19, 2017

    Various Chinese and American mobile companies like OPPO have emerged in India. In the recent years, they have started selling their mobile phones in India in a bid to attain greater profits...

  • Meet Salim, who risked his life to save Amarnath...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • July 11, 2017

    If not for the presence of mind and courage of one man, Monday's terror attack on a bus ferrying Amarnath yatris would have claimed more lives. If Salim, the driver of the bus ferrying Amjarnath Yatris, had not acted wisely and shown exemplary courage, the brazen...

  • India’s tough anti-hijacking law comes into...

    • Editor
    • July 7, 2017

    India's new law that ramps up punishment for hijacking and prescribes the death penalty for hijackers who cause loss of life in an aircraft or on the ground came into force on Wednesday. Parliament had cleared the law in 2016 but it hadn't come into force so far...

  • Pakistani woman seeks Sushma’s help to marry...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • July 4, 2017

    A denial of Indian visa has brought life to a halt for a Pakistani woman - Sadia. The Karachi-based woman was planning to marry an Indian national in Lucknow on August 1 but the Indian High Commission rejected the application twice without any explanation. Sadia has...

  • Cabinet brings cheers for Armed forces; salary...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • June 30, 2017

    Bringing cheers for India’s armed forces, the Union Cabinet has doubled their salary by adhering to the recommendations made by the 7th Pay Commission. The cabinet's approval is set to benefit India's Military personnel. Military Service Pay (MSP), which...

  • Even at midnight, Sushma Swaraj helps Indians...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • June 26, 2017

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi bundled praise on External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, saying she and her ministry have set an example of effectively using social media to deliver good governance and help Indians in distress in any corner of the world.

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  • Isro launches inborn developed ‘eye in the...

    • Editor
    • June 23, 2017

    The Indian Space Research Organisation launched the “the “eye in the sky” Cartosat 2 series satellite, along with 30 other co-satellites, on Friday. The 31 satellites took off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota on a PSLV-C38 rocket, which is on...

  • Bengaluru traffic cop stops President’s convoy...

    • Editor
    • June 21, 2017

    Honourable President of India, Pranab Mukherjee was in for a pleasant surprise, as he sat in his car near the Trinity Circle junction in Bengaluru ahead of the inauguration of the city's Green Metro line. For a change, he had to face the city's infamous traffic, as...

  • In a ‘goodwill gesture’, India to release...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • June 12, 2017

    India will release 11 civil prisoners in what officials described as a ‘goodwill gesture’. This comes after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s casual meeting with his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif. Pakistan had sought the release of these prisoners as they had...

  • Indian govt installs floodlights along Bangladesh,...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • June 9, 2017

    With one more massive initiative adding into the pocket of the ruling government in India, the government has floodlit 647 kilometres of the neighbouring nations to prevent terrorism & immigrants from infiltrating into Indian territory. The floodlighting of the...