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Vol 6 Issue 34, Aug 21 - 27, 2015 Citizen Reporters    |   | Submit Story
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People’s stories

People’s stories

Inspired by A P J Abdul Kalam, whom he had met thrice, Karthee Vidya launched an NGO, Team Everest. Now he is bringing out a book with100 crowd sourced stories of the former President, whose funeral he attended, says Vatsala Kaul Banerjee

Ending a silence

Ending a silence

Kiran Gandhi, whose ‘free bled’ run at London marathon started a global conversation on periods, is happy that the world is talking about menstruation and women’s pain, says Kavita Bajeli-Datt

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Begged to differ

Begged to differ

Turning a man seeking alms into a candy seller is something only school students who begged to differ on prevalent myths about begging can achieve. P C Vinoj Kumar has the paraplegic’s story

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Sour and alkali

Sour and alkali

To preserve Assam’s dying culinary tradition, Chef Atul Lahkar serves authentic dishes at Heritage Khorika. He dug out recipes from grandmothers’ kitchens across the state, says Aditya Sarma

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Shaken but firm

Shaken but firm

Makers of the women weavers of Dhaka fabric were forced out of work by the earthquake that shook Nepal in April. But now they are returning to work to keep a legacy alive, says Sahana Ghosh

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