Vol 7 Issue 40, Sep 30, 2016 - Oct 06, 2016.

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  • Kind act
    Kind act

    A businessman, Mahesh Savani, is trying to get in touch with the families of Indian soldiers who were martyred during the recent terror strike at Uri. He has pledged to support the education of the children of the martyrs, says Somma Banerjjee

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  • Talking trees
    Talking trees

    Trees may not be able to speak, but they have found a voice thanks to a bunch of women activists in Jhansi, who believe that saving the existing trees is more important than planting fresh ones. Partho Burman reports on their unique mission

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  • River trap
    River trap

    With India playing the Indus card in a bid to rein in Pakistan, the Indus Waters Treaty has come under sharp media focus. So, if you are wondering what this treaty is all about, check out this article to get answers for six basic questions

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  • Caring angel
    Caring angel

    Having disabled parents, Neha Arora knew the difficulties that the physically challenged faced.  The young engineer has quit a promising career to brighten the lives of disabled people by organising special tours for them, says Jyoti Kanyal 

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Off Beat

  • A Tamil tiger in Udaipur

    A Tamil tiger will soon have a home in Udaipur, Rajasthan. This Tamil tiger is not to be confused with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), who fought a prolonged civil war in Sri Lanka to establish Eelam, an independent Tamil country

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Taking wings
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Renting a two-roomed chawl to set up an STD booth and borrowing Rs.2,000 from his dad to become a ticket agent, Arun Kharat has built a Rs. 140 crore turnover business comprising car rental, radio cab and staff transport, says Somma Banerjjee

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Cab to riches
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Hunger was his biggest enemy as a child and he had begged with his father for a bowl of rice. For 3 years he even worked as a sweeper in an office.  Usha Prasad tells the story of the owner of a Rs 40 crore turnover cab service in Bengaluru

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Towering cop
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Serving in Rajkot Traffic Police, assistant sub-inspector Dhansukh Mensibhai Kachot discharges his duty without fear or favour. He has collected a record Rs 2.16 crore fine amount from traffic offenders in last 10 years, says Narendra Kaushik

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