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


  • Reform thru work

    Reform thru work

    Within the high walls of a jail in Andhra Pradesh there is BPO facility that not only employs prisoners but also prepares them for a life after they are set free. Rama Devi Menon has a peek
      Posted    09-Dec-2010    Vol 1 Issue 15
  • Tree owners

    Tree owners

    With no time to protest felling of trees, Siddalinga Prasad launched a project that ties people’s heart to trees. Marianne de Nazareth finds out that it’s a positive way of conserving nature
      Posted    03-Dec-2010    Vol 1 Issue 14
  • Natural paper

    Natural paper

    Two paper makers are using elephant dung as the main raw material. Roohi Saluja Sehgal learns from Mahima and Vijendra how they discovered the potential of ‘waste’ during a trek to a shrine
      Posted    26-Nov-2010    Vol 1 Issue 13
  • News breaker

    News breaker

    Voice of Village is the eponymous name given to the news service. Mohd Faisal Fareed finds that the novel method of news reading over the mobile phone is a hit in the village in Uttar Pradesh. For the rendering is in local Awadhi dialect
      Posted    26-Nov-2010    Vol 1 Issue 13
  • Flooring Obama

    Flooring Obama

    He impressed Barack Obama with his innovative business model though he hails from a state not known for entrepreneurship. Kavita Kanan Chandra talks to Irfan Alam, the social entrepreneur 
      Posted    19-Nov-2010    Vol 1 Issue 12
  • Save the child

    Save the child

    A spate of kidnappings has underscored the need for parents and school authorities to devise new safety measures. Sreeram, an instructor of Krav Maga, a practical self defence art form, from Chennai tells us how we can protect our children
      Posted    12-Nov-2010    Vol 1 Issue 11
  • Silk sans guilt

    Silk sans guilt

    ‘Live and let live’ was the maxim that drove Kusuma Rajaiah to think about a new way to weave silk saris that involved no violence to the moths. Rama Devi Menon tells us about ‘ahimsa silk’
      Posted    29-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 9
  • Light up your life

    Light up your life

    Tribals of Dalbhanga village, near Jamshedpur, have taught a lesson for India on self-reliance. When they wanted power, they set up their own plant. Santosh H K Narayan throws light on it
      Posted    15-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 7
  • One-time wonder

    One-time wonder

    What is the secret behind the success of Rajinikanth’s Robot – Enthiran in Tamil and Robo in Telugu? P C Vinoj Kumar checks it out with Sreedhar Pillai, noted journalist and trade specialist
      Posted    08-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 6
  • Living like Tarzan

    Living like Tarzan

    Realising a childhood dream to live in a jungle like Tarzan, Mohan Chabba built an abode amidst trees. He then opened it for all nature lovers. Neha Ghosh meets the Captain at his Captans
      Posted    01-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 5
  • The job seeker

    The job seeker

    In 18 years, he changed 20 jobs, each of a different kind, and wants to pick up more skills and crafts. Renitha Raveendran learns more about Rajeevan, for whom every job provides a new high
      Posted    24-Sep-2010    Vol 1 Issue 4
  • Herbal puffs

    Herbal puffs

    An herbal cigarette offers hope to smokers who may be struggling to quit the habit. It can help people quit smoking, claims S Radhakrishnan, the herbal cigarette maker from Coimbatore.  P C Vinoj Kumar checks out the man.
      Posted    17-Sep-2010    Vol 1 Issue 3
  • Oh! water idea

    Oh! water idea

    Does the word nanotechnology flummox you? Kavita Kanan Chandra discovers that the branch of science can help a traditional idea bloom into a fantastic home appliance to solve your water woes.
      Posted    10-Sep-2010    Vol 1 Issue 2
  • No hard nut to crack

    No hard nut to crack

    A barefoot innovator, 28-year-old Mushtaq Ahmad Dar has already wowed technocrats. And still fabricates devices that will make life easy for Kashmiri farmers. Afsana Rashid cracks the mystery
      Posted    03-Sep-2010    Vol 1 Issue 1
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