• Pride of Chennai
    Pride of Chennai

    Malvika Iyer was 13 when a grenade accidentally blew up in her hands, ripping her forearms and paralysing her legs. The Chennai woman is now a motivational speaker igniting hope for people with disabilities the world over, says Bhavana Akella

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Young and Independent
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While studying in Class seven, Avijit Sarkar designed visiting cards and earned Rs 100. At 25, he owns two companies, one with a turnover of Rs 20 lakh and another that markets an attendance app with global clients. Gurvinder Singh has the story

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The Rural Innovator
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Barely out of his teenage Yogesh Nagar is already the proud inventor of a driverless tractor in his village in Rajasthan. From being a dutiful son to turning into a serial innovator, his story is inspirational on many levels, says Gurvinder Singh

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The Van Trackers
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How four youngsters came together to found a startup that is helping several schools to track their buses and making it possible for parents to track their children’s commute is a story fit for a Bollywood buddy movie, says Pranita Jonnalagedda

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Prosperity with Sustainab
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Anjali Schiavina got into apparels export business with a single sewing machine and an investment of just Rs 12,000. Focusing on sustainability and creating jobs for women, she has built a Rs nine crore turnover company, says P C Vinoj Kumar

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  • Saturday, July 21, 2018