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  • Fighting Parkinson’s

    Fighting Parkinson’s

    When the 34-year-old woman was told that she has Parkinson’s disease, she did not go into depression. Instead, with the support of her family, she soldiers on, living life to the full. Sudha Narasimhachar is wowed by the brave woman, Shelly
      Posted    29-Jul-2011    Vol 2 Issue 30
  • Amazing journey

    Amazing journey

    She had to discontinue school due to poverty. Her father was a drunkard. But nothing could stop her success. The story of a 32-year-old Dalit woman’s journey to the Andhra Pradesh legislature
      Posted    27-Jun-2011    Vol 2 Issue 25
  • Taste of freedom

    From cleaning toilets to making wicks, Guddi Athwal, a former manual scavenger has come a long way. Athwal is among the many people who were once cleaning toilets but are now living in dignity after being liberated by the Sulabh International initiatives. Asit Srivastava bring
      Posted    24 Jun 2011    Vol 2 Issue 25
  • Turbaned Tornado

    Turbaned Tornado

    At 100, the world's oldest half marathon runner Fauja Singh, wants to keep running till he drops. His biography ‘Turbaned Tornado’ is slated for a July release in London, says Jaideep Sarin
      Posted    13-Jun-2011    Vol 2 Issue 23
  • Rana on track

    Rana on track

    Good news for actor Rajinikanth’s fans. Co-producer of Rana, Murali Manohar, rubbished reports that Rana would be abandoned. He said the film’s shooting is likely to resume from September
      Posted    11-Jun-2011    Vol 2 Issue 23
  • Recovering women

    Recovering women

    An Austrian social scientist is in Mumbai to help women survivors of bombings. Mehru Jaffer finds out why Edit Schlaffer, founder of Women Without Borders, is into imparting skills to women
      Posted    10-Jun-2011    Vol 2 Issue 23
  • A special school

    A special school

    Savera School for special children gives dignity to students by helping them earn as they learn to cope with life. Naunidhi Kaur is wowed by the dedicated work of the staff and volunteers
      Posted    27-May-2011    Vol 2 Issue 21
  • A survivor’s tale

    A survivor’s tale

    She did not expect it when she set out to look for wild tigers. But the abduction by militants has not deterred Pallavi Chakraborty from continuing her career in wildlife, says Teresa Rehman
      Posted    29-Apr-2011    Vol 2 Issue 17
  • A cricket phoenix

    A cricket phoenix

    Latest IPL star Paul Valthaty should have proved his mettle years ago. He waited for his moment, overcoming the setback caused by an injury, showing resilience, says Kavita Kanan Chandra
      Posted    22-Apr-2011    Vol 2 Issue 16
  • Fighting arthritis

    Fighting arthritis

    What happens when a woman is afflicted by a debilitating disease in the prime of her career? She soldiers on and helps others to cope. Marianne de Nazareth has the story of Jacqueline Calaco
      Posted    14-Jan-2011    Vol 2 Issue 2
  • Mark the man

    Mark the man

    He was given just six more months by doctors. But he survived cancer and is today in the job of bringing cheer to people. Marianne De Nazareth profiles Mark Rego, Bengaluru’s most popular MC
      Posted    26-Nov-2010    Vol 1 Issue 13
  • Colours of peace

    Colours of peace

    He honed his skills and pursued the passion amidst negative circumstances. Yet positivity is the buzzword for Machcha Gangadas, whose paintings energise viewers, says Kavita Kanan Chandra
      Posted    04-Nov-2010    Vol 1 Issue 10
  • Challenging disability

    Challenging disability

    Ranju Kumari is a commercial tax officer in Jharkhand. What makes her stand out is not only the fact that she is visually challenged but the fact she is a born fighter, says Santosh H K Narayan
      Posted    29-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 9
  • I am an Indian

    I am an Indian

    For seven years Challikkulathil Ibrayi waged a court battle. Just to prove that he is indeed an Indian. Renitha Raveendran meets the man suspected to be a Pakistani spy by the authorities
      Posted    15-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 7
  • Focused vision

    Focused vision

    Anil Kumar never lost sight of his goal to be a doctor even after losing vision in the eyes at the age of five. Kavita Kanan Chandra calls on the acupuncturist who has given relief to many
      Posted    08-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 6
  • Bold and brawny

    Bold and brawny

    Even for the strongest man on earth, cancer and heart surgery could be put-downers. Not for muscleman Mahadev Deka, who proved that he is mentally strong too.  Pranjal Baruah has the story.
      Posted    17-Sep-2010    Vol 1 Issue 3
  • Chuckles for broken hearts

    Chuckles for broken hearts

    It is no laughing matter. To provide emotional support to persons detected with cancer. A group formed to do that withered. Neerja Malik survived. Jency Samuel finds out what keeps her going.
      Posted    03-Sep-2010    Vol 1 Issue 1
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