Vol 10 Issue 15, Apr 12, 2019 - Apr 18, 2019.


  • Reaching heights

    Reaching heights

    The story of Raj Kumar Gupta reads more like a fairytale. From a mill worker to a millionaire, he has scaled great heights, starting with an apartment building in Hooghly district at a time when no one ever sold ownership flats, says G Singh
      Posted    12-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 37
  • Wowed by India

    Wowed by India

    An Indo-Canadian whizkid, Bhim D Asdhir, is upbeat about Prime Minister Narendra Modi and he expects the Indian economy to hit the 10-trillion mark in the next 10 years, says Gurmukh Singh
      Posted    08-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 36
  • Reviving numdha

    Reviving numdha

    In trouble-torn Kashmir, where most women lead sheltered lives, Arifa comes as a whiff of fresh air: ambitious, independent, hardworking and with a vision to revive the dying art of numdha making. Renu Agal meets the entrepreneur at her shop
      Posted    08-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 36
  • Kabaddi’s day

    Kabaddi’s day

    An indigenous rustic sport that remained in the shadows despite bringing glory to the nation, kabaddi has now come into the limelight, thanks to the new professional league, says Debdoot Das
      Posted    15-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 33
  • Bridging Golf

    Bridging Golf

    It reads like a fairy tale: A milkman’s son winning a world golf championship at San Diego. Partho Burman tells us about the journey of 11-year-old Shubham Jaglan from an obscure hamlet in Haryana to the posh Delhi Golf Club and further on
      Posted    15-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 33
  • A real motivator

    A real motivator

    Former President A P J Abdul Kalam not just asked the youth to dream but also motivated people, helping them realise their dreams. P C Vinoj Kumar has the story of former army driver V Kathiresan becoming assistant professor, thanks to Kalam
      Posted    03-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 31
  • Unsung IAS hero

    Unsung IAS hero

    A daily wage earner’s son, who could not attend college due to poverty, is among those going to Mussoorie this year for IAS training. P C Vinoj Kumar has the inspiring tale of the determined man who pursued his childhood dream to join IAS
      Posted    27-Jul-2015    Vol 6 Issue 30
  • Body blow

    Body blow

    A bodybuilder who won the world championship now lives in extreme financial stress, unable to train, but hanging on to his Mr. Olympia dream. P C Vinoj Kumar has the story of Rajendran Mani
      Posted    18-Jul-2015    Vol 6 Issue 29
  • Chicken dream

    Chicken dream

    It is sheer grit and determination that took B Soundararajan, MD of Suguna Holdings, to such dizzy heights. P C Vinoj Kumar meets the man, whose poultry business makes a turnover of Rs 5500 crore
      Posted    04-Jul-2015    Vol 6 Issue 27
  • From scratch

    From scratch

    ConceptWaves is a successful company. But 10 years ago its founder Raghu Kanchustambham launched his first project as his team was falling apart. Sapna Gopal traces the entrepreneur’s journey
      Posted    22-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 25
  • Divining at heights

    Divining at heights

    Where no man or machine went before 1996 in search of water, geo-scientist Ritesh Arya rushed in to divine water in the rocky mountain deserts of Ladakh. Because, as he tells Partho Burman, he understands the rocks better than human beings  
      Posted    15-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 24
  • Lavender dream

    Lavender dream

    Realising that medicine was not her calling, Gazalla Amin pursued a dream to cultivate aromatic plants, never to look back, says Afsana Rashid, explaining the blossoming of entrepreneurship
      Posted    08-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 23
  • Fresh and sweet

    Fresh and sweet

    A sweet idea struck the young Coorgi woman when she was working in a hotel. Chayaa Nanjappa never looked back, despite all odds, and today her Nectar Fresh products, like honey and jam, are stocked in upscale hotels. Preethi Nagaraj meets her
      Posted    01-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 22
  • Halal looks

    Halal looks

    Cosmetic maker Iba calls its products halal-certified, as they are pure, safe and healthy. They are organic and free of alcohol and animal-derived products, as Azera Parveen Rahman finds out
      Posted    04-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 18
  • Top doctor

    Top doctor

    US Surgeon General, Vivek Murthy, attributes his elevation to the top job to his and many others ‘standing on principles’. He recounted his long journey at the swearing in, says Arun Kumar
      Posted    27-Apr-2015    Vol 6 Issue 17
  • Dairy diary

    Dairy diary

    Life of farmers has changed in Punjab remarkably after they came to be associated with Nestle. Jaideep Sain visits Moga and tells us the stories of successful dairy owners, both big and small
      Posted    27-Apr-2015    Vol 6 Issue 17
  • On the wheels

    On the wheels

    A well-oiled transport company with 1300 vehicles and 4000 employees, Parveen Travels started with just one cab in 1980. Its founder A Afzal, in a free-wheeling chat with P C Vinoj Kumar, says that he has no other interests outside business
      Posted    20-Apr-2015    Vol 6 Issue 16
  • Looking back

    Looking back

    Kapil’s Devils, as members of the Indian cricket team that lifted the 1983 World Cup were called, are now part of the game’s folklore. Kushal Chakraborty tells us about the historic victory
      Posted    07-Feb-2015    Vol 6 Issue 6
  • Clean white revolution

    Clean white revolution

    After organic farming, it is organic dairy. A veterinary doctor has turned entrepreneur by starting a venture that supplies milk from cows that are fed only organic fodder, says Fakir Balaji
      Posted    24-Jan-2015    Vol 6 Issue 4
  • Chilly summit

    Chilly summit

    Sisters, Nungshi and Tashi Malik, did something that not many dare to. They scaled Mount Vinson Massif in Antartica and have entered the Guinness Book of Records, says Surekha Kadapa-Bose
      Posted    19-Jan-2015    Vol 6 Issue 3
  • Milky boom

    Milky boom

    The success of Milky Mist, a dairy company, is a story linked to the big dreams of T Sathish Kumar, a class 8 drop out. P C Vinoj Kumar tells us how a 16-year-old turned his father’s floundering business around by giving it a new identity
      Posted    19-Jan-2015    Vol 6 Issue 3
  • Unsung champions

    Unsung champions

    India's visually impaired cricketers have won the ODI World Cup for the first time, but nobody cares for them. The national team travels in unreserved railway coaches. Abhishek Purohit reports
      Posted    22-Dec-2014    Vol 5 Issue 51
  • Thursday, April 18, 2019