Vol 9 Issue 25, Jun 15, 2018 - Jun 21, 2018.

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  • Clean woman

    Clean woman

    With the commitment of a social worker and expertise of an engineer, Mula Devi, an illiterate woman, has changed Bhimnagar of Jalaun district in Uttar Pradesh. Anuradha Sahni finds out how she has infused a healthy lifestyle in villagers
      Posted    03-Nov-2011    Vol 2 Issue 44
  • An uphill task

    An uphill task

    Travelling across India, a doctor couple stopped in Tamil Nadu’s Dharmapuri district in 1993 to start another journey in providing health care to hill people. Today, Sittilingi valley has a full-fledged hospital, says Kavita Kanan Chandra
      Posted    27-Oct-2011    Vol 2 Issue 43
  • A true secularist

    A true secularist

    Krishnadas has been carrying a placard saying ‘Follow your religion, love everybody’ for three years in Mumbai. Arati Raval-Pandey finds out that it is his way of ushering in religious amity
      Posted    27-Oct-2011    Vol 2 Issue 43
  • Zooming ahead

    Zooming ahead

    Formed in January this year on Facebook, Bikernis is not just a group of Indian female bikers; for these women, who have defied gender stereotypes, motorcycles are an extension of their selves
      Posted    22-Oct-2011    Vol 2 Issue 42
  • What a son!

    What a son!

    It’s not always a politician’s son hits the headlines for the right reasons. But a state minister’s son has helped 25300 youth get jobs in a single day and has created a new Guinness record
      Posted    14 Oct 2011    Vol 2 Issue 41
  • Rediscovering SRK

    Rediscovering SRK

    Going gaga over ‘Ra One’, the media failed to find out what Shah Rukh Khan does otherwise. Marianne de Nazareth, in an exclusive, turns the spotlight on SRK’s social responsibility that has made him talk about the importance of toilets 
      Posted    15-Oct-2011    Vol 2 Issue 41
  • In Sonia's turf

    In Sonia's turf

    Fighting prejudices, Guidya educated herself, spinning rope in her spare time, and then set up a school at the verandah of her house in an obscure village in Rai Bareilly. Anjali Singh visits the school that has changed the local community
      Posted    29-Sep-2011    Vol 2 Issue 39
  • Dream school

    Dream school

    What he was deprived of, Harekal Hajabba wanted to give the children of his village. So the illiterate fruit seller set up a school in Nyupadpu with his own meagre income, says Sahana Attur
      Posted    29-Sep-2011    Vol 2 Issue 39
  • Unshaken but stirred

    Unshaken but stirred

    On his way to Mt Manaslu, the riskiest mount to climb, Arjun Vajpai was caught in the earthquake. It did not shake him, rather stirred his spirit to scale new heights, says Sudheshna Sarkar
      Posted    22-Sep-2011    Vol 2 Issue 38
  • Catering service

    Catering service

    A catering firm owner, 52-year-old Sanjeev Trehan, is there every morning, Monday to Friday, on the narrow Ghaziabad – Noida underpass on NH24 regulating the busy traffic as a ‘social service’
      Posted    22-Sep-2011    Vol 2 Issue 38
  • Rural hero

    Rural hero

    Narayan Bhide, whose leg was amputated 15 years ago, has set up a BPO in his village giving jobs to those rejected by the so-called reputed companies or those with average academic background
      Posted    10-Sep-2011    Vol 2 Issue 36
  • Friends for a cause

    Friends for a cause

    A man who couldn’t go to college because his family couldn’t pay for his education, is running a school in Jodhpur for poor children from his monthly savings along with three of his friends
      Posted    03-Sep-2011    Vol 2 Issue 35
  • A requiem to a fighter

    A requiem to a fighter

    RTI activist Shehla Masood, who was found dead in her car in Bhopal, had always been concerned about such killing of whistle blowers, says Kamayani Bali Mahabal, an associate in activism, who vows to move forward and carry on with the work
      Posted    25-Aug-2011    Vol 2 Issue 34
  • Silent reformer

    Silent reformer

    Baba Seechewal seeks change, not by inciting people to revolt, but by asking them to take care of the environment. Meet the godman who is fighting to save Punjab’s endangered rivers and canals
      Posted    22-Aug-2011    Vol 2 Issue 33
  • Banyan mother

    Banyan mother

    Saalumarada Timmakka is an extraordinary mother. The 80-year-old has raised 284 banyan trees in Karnataka. Kumar Buradikatti has the story of a childless woman’s dedication to Mother Nature
      Posted    18-Aug-2011    Vol 2 Issue 33
  • Heavenly school

    Heavenly school

    Six years before the government made Right to Education a law, Uttam Teron implemented it in his Pamohi village in Assam by providing quality education to the Karbi tribe children. Kavita Kanan Chandra traces the growth of Parijat Academy
      Posted    18-Aug-2011    Vol 2 Issue 33
  • Lunch @ Re.1

    Lunch @ Re.1

    This is too good to believe! Venkatraman, who runs a small eatery near the Government Hospital in Erode, offers lunch for just Re.1 for attendants of poor patients. Meet the unsung hero
      Posted    17-Aug-2011    Vol 2 Issue 32
  • Exposing graft

    Exposing graft

    There is nothing as heartless as asking money to issue a death certificate for a farmer committing suicide due to debt. But you need a heart to expose it like Neha Dixit of Headlines Today
      Posted    04-Aug-2011    Vol 2 Issue 31
  • The illuminator

    The illuminator

    For Harish Hande, winner of the prestigious Magsaysay award, bringing light into the lives of the poor through solar power was not that easy. With Kavita Kanan Chandra, he goes down memory lane and also tells about his vision for the future
      Posted    04-Aug-2011    Vol 2 Issue 31
  • Truth warrior

    Truth warrior

    Karnataka Lokayukta Justice N Santosh Hegde is a crusader for truth. The man who exposed Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa’s alleged role in the multi-crore mining scam speaks out in an interview
      Posted    25-Jul-2011    Vol 2 Issue 29
  • Saving children

    Saving children

    A boy being brutally beaten by police at a railway station inspired Shachi Singh to live for street children. Today she has ensured that the same station is child-labour free, says Tarannum
      Posted    22-Jul-2011    Vol 2 Issue 29
  • We’ve one more JP

    We’ve one more JP

    He shares not just the name with Jayaprakash Narayan but also the Loknayak’s vision. The doctor-turned-bureaucrat-turned-social activist-turned politician is biding his time to capture power. Mahesh Avadhutha profiles the Loksatta founder
      Posted    15-Jul-2011    Vol 2 Issue 28
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