Vol 9 Issue 26, Jun 22, 2018 - Jun 28, 2018.

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  • One of a kind

    One of a kind

    A library has created a revolution in Kerala’s Cherukulathur by inspiring the entire village of 600 families to pledge their organs for donation. M Suchitra finds out how the movement began
      Posted    25-May-2013    Vol 4 Issue 21
  • Doctor and officer

    Doctor and officer

    A Arun Thamburaj, a medico who stood sixth in the civil service ranking, and was selected for IPS last year, had turned down lucrative opportunities from abroad, all for serving the country
      Posted    10-May-2013    Vol 4 Issue 19
  • Papa & papa

    Papa & papa

    Social work is no pizza business, it requires commitment and passion says Vidyaakar, who has been running a home in Chennai, Udhavum Karangal, for 30 years. Catherine Gilon met the Papa, who now has 1263 people, 314 of them kids, in his care
      Posted    19-Apr-2013    Vol 4 Issue 16
  • Miracle road

    Miracle road

    A young IAS officer mobilized Rs 40 lakh through Facebook to build a road in Manipur, earning the sobriquet ‘The Miracle Man’. Gaurav Sharma met Armstrong Pame to find out why he wanted to build the 100 km ‘People’s Road’ and how he did it
      Posted    12-Apr-2013    Vol 4 Issue 15
  • The Good Samaritan

    The Good Samaritan

    Ravi Kalra is a former taekwondo instructor whose NGO cares for senior citizens, and mentally challenged people. He carries on with his work though his family deserted him, says Rahul Vaishnavi
      Posted    09 Apr 2013    Vol 4 Issue 14
  • Freezing migration

    Freezing migration

    They call him the ‘glacier man’. Chewang Norphel of Ladakh built 12 artificial glaciers that prevented farmers in high altitudes from moving out of the villages in search of alternative livelihood. Akash Bisht profiles the visionary with grit
      Posted    29-Mar-2013    Vol 4 Issue 13
  • A woman’s toil

    A woman’s toil

    Though she eked out a living doing menial jobs, Subhasini Mistry built a hospital. She did not want others to suffer as she did after her husband died when she was just 23, says Sahana Ghosh
      Posted    15-Mar-2013    Vol 4 Issue 11
  • Ice breakers

    Ice breakers

    The dedication of the workers of General Reserve Engineering Force, who are cutting through a 100-feet snow wall, under Arctic-like conditions, to reopen the Rohtang Pass wows Vishal Gulati
      Posted    09-Mar-2013    Vol 4 Issue 10
  • Tamil Braveheart

    Tamil Braveheart

    Braving a harsh winter, Sathi Sinnaya walked 763 km from London to Geneva, carrying a memorandum seeking justice for Sri Lankan Tamils. Paul Newman reports on the Mission Accomplished
      Posted    09-Mar-2013    Vol 4 Issue 10
  • Brave cyclist

    Brave cyclist

    One of India's brightest prospects in the upcoming Asian Cycling Championship, Rajesh has bounced back after being comatose for 10 days following an accident last year, says Bharat Sharma
      Posted    05-Mar-2013    Vol 4 Issue 9
  • Anna’s auto

    Anna’s auto

    If you are a teacher, you can hitch a free ride in an autorickshaw with amenities like magazines, newspapers, TV, wi-fi and a tablet to browse. P C Vinoj Kumar meets the owner-driver G Annadurai, who has set a benchmark in customer service
      Posted    01-Mar-2013    Vol 4 Issue 9
  • Poor CM

    Poor CM

    Manik Sarkar, now elected for the fourth time as Tripura Chief Minister, is the poorest Chief Minister in India. Sujit Chakraborty profiles the tailor’s son who still washes his own clothes
      Posted    01-Mar-2013    Vol 4 Issue 9
  • Rising stars

    Rising stars

    She set out to transform the lives of an estimated 4 million ‘stateless’ citizens of Gujarat, and is succeeding in her efforts. Mittal Patel, a former journalist has become a catalyst of change for the state’s nomads, says Kavita Kanan Chandra
      Posted    09-Feb-2013    Vol 4 Issue 6
  • Changing hunters

    Changing hunters

    Erstwhile hunters of Ranthambore have turned a new leaf, thanks to a former nutritionist, Divya Khandal, whose project, Dhonk, has enabled Mogiya tribes and others around the tiger reserve do better with alternative skills, says Akash Bisht
      Posted    01-Feb-2013    Vol 4 Issue 5
  • Hero mobbed

    Hero mobbed

    ‘The Weekend Leader – VIT Chennai Person of the Year’ Anil Joshi wowed VITians who mobbed him and took photos with him at their Chennai campus where he was honoured for his remarkable service
      Posted    24-Jan-2013    Vol 4 Issue 3
  • Healing Vidarbha

    Healing Vidarbha

    In Maharastra's Vidarbha, notorious for farmers' suicide, a couple's philanthropy provides a healing touch to widows and children. Quaid Najmi checks out what Cyrus Guzder and Lyla are doing
      Posted    18-Jan-2013    Vol 4 Issue 3
  • Kids’ guide

    Kids’ guide

    Like the Pied Piper of Hamelin, Sodi Mada charms children and leads them to schools in the Maoist belt of Chhattisgarh’s Sukma district. Mitali Mohanty Ghosh tells us about the young farmer
      Posted    04-Jan-2013    Vol 4 Issue 1
  • A cause to beg

    A cause to beg

    On Mumbai local trains he seeks donations. Though begging is banned, no one harasses this former marine engineer. Kavita Kanan Chandra tell us about the mission of Sandeep Manohar Desai, who runs a few schools for underprivileged children
      Posted    04-Jan-2013    Vol 4 Issue 1
  • Best of 2012

    Best of 2012

    Anil Joshi built 10 check dams in a drought-stricken area in Madhya Pradesh, collecting Re 1 from each villager. Yes, you read the story early this year and lauded him and his work. Now we have chosen him for the ‘Person of the Year’ award
      Posted    22-Dec-2012    Vol 3 Issue 51
  • Warming Ladakh

    Warming Ladakh

    Sujata went to Ladakh following her trekker husband’s trail but ended up taking education to the children there against all odds. Shudip Talukdar tells us the story of commitment and courage
      Posted    14-Dec-2012    Vol 3 Issue 50
  • A bumpy ride

    A bumpy ride

    Watching the ordeals of rickshaw pullers in Varanasi, as a boy, Naveen Krishna embarked on a mission to help the pullers come out of the grip of mafia-styled vehicle owners. Though he succeeded, the ride was a bumpy one, says Akash Bisht
      Posted    14-Dec-2012    Vol 3 Issue 50
  • People’s project

    People’s project

    When a check dam in Jharkhand was washed away, the villagers affected by it did not go to the government to rebuild it. Instead they did it themselves in three weeks. Now, they are planning to build eight more dams, says Santosh H K Narayan
      Posted    07-Dec-2012    Vol 3 Issue 49
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