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  • Believe it or not! Indian Spices Are Respected,...

    • Akshay Rane
    • November 22, 2017

    It is common knowledge that the current Indian generation follows and imitates the west blindly. Right from attire to accent to movies and food; the Indian youth is in love with the west. ...

  • Do you know the amazing Indian woman on Google...

    • Mrinalini Singh

    If women today can assert their rights of consent, it is due to Rukhmabai Raut. Google India today paid homage to Rukhmabai, the first Indian woman to practice medicine in ancient India, with a doodle. Anandibai Joshi was the initial Indian female doctor; Rukhmabai...

  • Manusi Chillar – We are proud of you!

    • Akshay Rane
    • November 20, 2017

    Over a decade ago, India was on an award-winning spree at International beauty pageants. From Sushmita Sen to Priyanka Chopra, India excelled at mega pageants at the International level.  Sadly, over the past few years, India failed to even make it to the Top 5. ...

  • This ambulance driver covered 516km in 7 hours to...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • November 17, 2017

    They drive fast, but without breaking any traffic norms. They assume on their feet, and are more often than not responsible for saving a life. Ambulance drivers are often known to play the Good Samaritan.

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  • Meet the Real Padman – Muruganantham, the person...

    • Akshay Rane
    • November 15, 2017

    A new superhero is in town. This time though, an Indian Superhero! The name Arunachalam Muruganantham is not renowned, as yet. However, his story is now all set to be presented on the big screen thanks to Khiladi - ...

  • A Moment of Pride! India makes it presence felt in...

    • Akshay Rane
    • November 13, 2017

    UFC is a widely watched violent sport that is famous all around the globe. From the undisputed Brock Lesnar to the ferocious Connor Mc Gregor, UFC champions are popular among all! ...

  • How a tuber and some tricks beat malnutrition...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • November 11, 2017

    How would you explain malnutrition and undernourishment in a farmer household? Take this cluster of 556 households in five villages in the Wardha region of Vidarbha district of Maharashtra and the 658 households of seven villages in the Koraput district of Odisha, for...

  • Gorkha rifles completes two centuries of glory and...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • November 9, 2017

    India's first Field Marshal Sam 'Bahadur' Manekshaw, himself a Gorkha Rifles officer, once remarked: "If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or is a Gorkha." This is considered one best compliment the Gorkha regiment of...

  • We salute Chennai cops for their selfless...

    • Akshay Rane
    • November 6, 2017

    Cops in India always have had a bad reputation. They are known for brutality, bullying and rampant corruption. Hence, it comes as a surprise when we read positive news involving cops, going beyond their duty and helping the citizens. ...

  • Introducing the company behind drinking water ATMs...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • November 4, 2017

    Whenever we run short of cash, we rush to an ATM to withdraw money and life’s beautiful again! What if there was a similar provision which one could rely on every time there was a paucity of water? Sounds too far-fetched? Well, WaterHealth India (WHIN), an...

  • Vikram Batra: The Legend Whose Sacrifice Will Live...

    • Akshay Rane
    • October 31, 2017

    Every week we try to highlight unsung heroes in our country. Such heroes are an inspiration for today’s youth! ...

  • Do you know the woman who paved the path for...

    • Akshay Rane
    • October 30, 2017

    India is endowed with inspirational men & women who strive to make our country a much better place for everyone. One such inspirational woman is none other than – Anandi Bai Joshi. ...

  • Let’s remember the man who set up India’s...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • October 28, 2017

    In one of the bustling streets of Mumbai’s Khetwadi area, a heritage building has been serving as a thriving oasis for visual arts programmes that come under Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey (SNDT) University’s College of Arts. Restored and inaugurated as...

  • Mamta Rawat – The Woman Who Saved Thousands of...

    • Akshay Rane
    • October 27, 2017

    In our Nationalism - series of articles - we bring forth unsung heroes of India who have made our nation proud without any hype or selfish intent. ...

  • Why we need to honor Ujwal Nikkam – India’s...

    • Akshay Rane
    • October 26, 2017

    We have all watched and loved the biopics made on real-life heroes such as Milkha Singh and Mary Kom. These movies chronicled the real-life struggle and inspirational tale of these stalwarts. However, there are many more unsung heroes in India that deserve not only a movie on their lives, but also...

  • No toilet, No Bride, says this UP village

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • October 23, 2017

    Panchayat of the villages has always remained in news due to their Taliban like orders on inter-caste and love marriages. Several Khap panchayats have also justified honour killing and have even passed orders supporting the same. Again an order of Panchayat has made...

  • This NGO in Mumbai is helping these local cooks...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • October 14, 2017

    Mumbai’s slums, much like other poverty ridden parts of India, have children as young as four years old working as rag pickers and sewage cleaners because of acute poverty. Gabriel Project Mumbai (GPM) is a Jewish volunteer-based NGO that cares for vulnerable...

  • Diwali Daze and its Changing Ways

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • October 13, 2017

    It is the time for festivals now; we just celebrated the Navaratri festival, before that it was Ganesh Chaturthi and now Deepavali is around the corner and Christmas is not far away. Even though these festivals are being celebrated from time immemorial as per...

  • This Bengaluru firm will make you drink your...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • October 12, 2017

    Benjamin Franklin once said, “When the well is dry, we will know the worth of water”. With its population expanding on an exponential scale, it wouldn’t be long before India becomes a water-scarce nation. While rainwater harvesting is an optimal option for...

  • Airlines carrying soldiers’ bodies may observe...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • October 10, 2017

    From the burning deserts of Rajasthan to the icy heights of Siachen, from battling wars, to nation-building, from scaling mountains, to an Olympic drawing, from enduring struggle, to supreme sacrifice, with an indomitable will, our soldiers lay down their lives, for...

  • 4 Chefs that Have Made India Proud!

    • Akshay Rane
    • October 7, 2017

    Saif’s new movie Chef has hit the theaters this Friday. While Saif in a Chef’s role will make us proud or not is still unknown, it is certainly known that these Indian Chefs have made us proud on the international front. ...

  • Knowledge & Education  – The Source Of...

    • Roshan Bhondekar
    • October 5, 2017

    Growing up from the city called Chennai, southern part of India, waking up to the footsteps of highly influential women was her morning motivation, reading to the headlines of national newspaper in the morning, reminded her to wake up with inspiration to do something in life. ...

  • This instructor has proved that even Deaf can...

    • Mrinalini Singh

    Not all Karate instructors would know how to reach profoundly deaf children. It’s not only a scary but also a very demanding task. For Anand Mouli Patnaik, teaching martial arts to these children is both challenging and exciting. He occasionally takes the students...

  • This couple celebrates daughter’s naming...

    • Mrinalini Singh
    • October 3, 2017

    The birth of a child in any Indian household is celebrated with bling and fervour. While large family gatherings, elaborate christening ceremonies or naamkarans, three-course meals and host of gifts are the trend, a Pune couple decided otherwise. For the Naiks, the...