Vol 11 Issue 13, Mar 27, 2020 - Apr 02, 2020.


  • No kid stuff

    No kid stuff

    Tribal teenage girls in Jharkhand are helping their parents mobilise funds. Kishori Mandal, a micro-credit venture, has ushered a change, sweeping across many villages. Ajitha Menon reports
      Posted    12-Oct-2015    Vol 6 Issue 41
  • Gutsy women

    Gutsy women

    Close to the Taj Mahal in Agra is another living monument exemplifying the courage of women scarred by acid attack. Prashant Kumar visits Sheroes Hangout café which is set to start branches
      Posted    28-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 39
  • Angry mothers

    Angry mothers

    Leaders of the women’s vigilante group in Manipur that launched a protest after the rape and murder of Thangjam Manorama by armed forces in 2004, want a policy change, says Anjulika Thignam
      Posted    19-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 38
  • Changing lives

    Changing lives

    In that village in Madhya Pradesh, where people once trekked four km for water, an initiative to build a check dam and generate solar power changed the life of Adivasis, says Bhavana Akella
      Posted    08-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 36
  • Earn and learn

    Earn and learn

    Enabling special children through vocational training is the main mission of Savera School headed by Shilpa Arora. The school gives children a chance to earn as they learn, says Naunidhi Kaur
      Posted    31-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 35
  • Battling IMR

    Battling IMR

    A team of nurse mentor-cum-trainers deployed by the state government to reduce maternal and infant mortality rate in UP is on the job and already showing results, reports Kavita Bajeli - Datt
      Posted    31-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 35
  • 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
      Posted    24-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 34
  • 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
      Posted    24-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 34
  • Clinical help

    Clinical help

    New Delhi government’s move to launch 1,000 neighbourhood clinics with basic diagnostic and health care facilities will help the poor, who otherwise travel long distances, says Gaurav Sharma
      Posted    15-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 33
  • HIV next

    HIV next

    The second generation of HIV positive people, who picked up the infection from parents, want society not to discriminate them. Most of them have been on drugs since birth. Saadia Azim reports
      Posted    10-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 32
  • Green films

    Green films

    Citing the example of ‘Aisa Yeh Jahaan, the Hindi film that mapped its carbon footprint and then offset it by a tree plantation drive, Sahana Ghosh suggests that the film industry goes green
      Posted    10-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 32
  • Kind conduit

    Kind conduit

    Milaap, an online platform set up by three friends, links the working rural poor badly needing funds for undertaking initiatives with regular people. Surekha Kadapa-Bose tells us how it works
      Posted    03-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 31
  • Stuck in India

    Stuck in India

    For the over a lakh Sri Lankan Tamils, who have taken refuge in Tamil Nadu since 1980s, the future is bleak as they have no life here and have no way of getting somewhere, says Radhika Giri
      Posted    03-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 31
  • Girls ceiling

    Girls ceiling

    Despite many women making a mark at global arena, women are not traditionally encouraged to take sports as a profession in India as the stress is on studies, says badminton ace Saina Nehwal
      Posted    18-Jul-2015    Vol 6 Issue 29
  • Cutting on wood

    Cutting on wood

    Supermodel Gisele Bündchen, as UNEP Goodwill Ambassador for the Environment, visits Kenya and is amazed by the way the women make a difference with their innovative ways to conserve firewood
      Posted    18-Jul-2015    Vol 6 Issue 29
  • Dogged care

    Dogged care

    The phrase ‘a dog’s life’ takes another meaning in the shanty of Amma, a 61-year-old ragpicker in Delhi’s Saket area. Muhammed Zulqarnain Zulfi tells us about the life of 400 dogs she cares  
      Posted    13-Jul-2015    Vol 6 Issue 28
  • Power game

    Power game

    Magic Bus, the NGO that uses sports as a means to empower poor youth has brought changes in the life of 20,263 children in Mysore. One of them is Javeriya, a footballer, says Roshin Varghese
      Posted    13-Jul-2015    Vol 6 Issue 28
  • Rustic equality

    Rustic equality

    Sonalwadi in Maharashtra’s Solapur district has set an example for even urban societies. The men there shun dowry, share property with wives and even do household chores, says Suchismita Pai
      Posted    04-Jul-2015    Vol 6 Issue 27
  • Preaching moms

    Preaching moms

    Creating awareness on the need for immunizing children had the desired effect in Bihar as even migrant workers sacrificed their wages to reach far off camps. Ashish Mishra reports from Patna
      Posted    29-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 26
  • Wither literacy

    Wither literacy

    The minimum education for panchayat members in Rajasthan has stirred a debate as social activist Norati Devi who had even addressed international forums has lost her seat, says Rakesh Kumar
      Posted    15-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 24
  • Smokeless threat

    Smokeless threat

    Chewing tobacco has been taking a heavy toll in India, which stands just behind China. Rajat Arora stresses the need for a campaign to raise awareness on the dangers of the smokeless killer
      Posted    01-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 22
  • Revolution encore

    Revolution encore

    A new bill passed by France on May 26 is expected to herald an ecological revolution as it primarily aims to reduce dependency on nuclear power to 50 % by 2025. Rajendra Shenda comments on it
      Posted    01-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 22
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