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


  • At your service

    At your service

    A man from Tamil Nadu, Kulandei Francis, who has been doing community service in Krishnagiri district without any publicity, is one of the winners of the Ramon Magsaysay Award for 2012
      Posted    28-Jul-2012    Vol 3 Issue 30
  • Soccer as succor

    Soccer as succor

    An American traveler, who was taken to Jharkhand by a friend to teach tribal children English, has turned a football coach and is helping tribal girls become football champs, says Saadia Azim
      Posted    13-Jul-2012    Vol 3 Issue 28
  • Power of non-veg

    Power of non-veg

    Badminton ace Saina Nehwal, who is one of India’s medal hopes in the London Olympics, was a born vegetarian but became a non – vegetarian in 2005, says a just released book
      Posted    06 Jul 2012    Vol 3 Issue 27
  • Glory to tea

    Glory to tea

    The ‘handmade’ tea of Gobin Hazarika, which fetches $35 a kg, is mostly consumed abroad. Azera Parveen Rahman finds the man passionately making the organic tea at a mud hut factory in Assam
      Posted    29-Jun-2012    Vol 3 Issue 26
  • Mothers' dairy

    Mothers' dairy

    In the hills of Uttarakhand, women have ushered a white revolution through SHGs. By rearing cattle they make money and also provide better food to their children, says Nitin Jugran Bahuguna
      Posted    22-Jun-2012    Vol 3 Issue 25
  • Making Amul tick

    Making Amul tick

    The Onida devil has died and so has the Liril girl and Air India's Maharaja, but thanks to a consistent creative campaign by daCunha Communications, Amul girl’s hit 50 and still going strong
      Posted    16 Jun 2012    Vol 3 Issue 24
  • Being Dimple

    Being Dimple

    Dimple Yadav who has created a record by being elected unopposed to the Lok Sabha is a die-hard Metallica fan, a serious painter, and one who rode horses happily, says Mohit Dubey
      Posted    09-Jun-2012    Vol 3 Issue 23
  • North East hero

    North East hero

    The son of a government primary school teacher, Mohammad Ismat, has done both his father and the entire North East India proud by topping the class 12 CBSE exam with a total of 495 out of 500
      Posted    30-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 21
  • A sexy award

    A sexy award

    Varanasi based activist Ajeet Singh, who has rehabilitated over 100 sex workers, and who was recently profiled in The Weekend Leader, has been chosen as The Week magazine’s Man of the Year
      Posted    14-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 19
  • Small town topper

    Small town topper

    When Shena Aggarwal from the small town of Yamunanagar in Haryana topped the all-India civil services exam last week, her feat put women achievers from the state in the spotlight yet again
      Posted    12 May 2012    Vol 3 Issue 19
  • Scribe’s story

    Scribe’s story

    For senior journalist Sankarshan Thakur journalism was more attractive than the civil service. The Roving Editor of The Telegraph opens up to Anuradha Preetam on his life and passion
      Posted    02-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 17
  • Leading ladies

    Leading ladies

    Women in many drought hit areas are leading a revolution in farming through water management programmes. Ajitha Menon tells us how SHGs in W Bengal have ushered in some much needed changes  
      Posted    26-Apr-2012    Vol 3 Issue 17
  • A golden chance

    A golden chance

    The inclusion of women’s boxing in the Olympic Games has raised India’s hope for a gold as M C Mary Kom is all geared up for it. Sneha Theeng meets the girl, who was inspired by Muhammad Ali
      Posted    20-Apr-2012    Vol 3 Issue 16
  • Barefoot hero

    Barefoot hero

    A 22-year-old Assam Police constable, Abhijit Baruah, was Tuesday officially entered in the Guinness World Records as the longest barefoot runner, having run 156.2 km in 24 hours in January
      Posted    19 Apr 2012    Vol 3 Issue 15
  • The new Bhutto

    The new Bhutto

    Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the son of Pakistani president, has struck a chord with India’s youth on social media. “Peace be with India,” he tweeted, after he landed in New Delhi
      Posted    09-Apr-2012    Vol 3 Issue 14
  • Be yourself

    Be yourself

    Award winning journalist, Neha Dixit, has proved her mettle adequately in five years. Here she shares the secret of succeeding in an industry that stifles newcomers, mainly women and small town people, not letting them do their own thing
      Posted    05-Apr-2012    Vol 3 Issue 14
  • Potato records

    Potato records

    Bihar is set to usher in India’s next green revolution, which is evident from the record production of paddy and potato achieved through organic farming and other methods, says Imran Khan
      Posted    15-Mar-2012    Vol 3 Issue 11
  • Son rise

    Son rise

    Akhilesh Yadav (38), a three time MP and son of Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav played a key role in their party’s good show in the UP assembly election, says Prashant Sood
      Posted    06-Mar-2012    Vol 3 Issue 9
  • Flaming femme

    Flaming femme

    Rural women from 437 SHGs in 129 villages of Madhya Pradesh have excelled urban feminists in gaining empowerment on their own. Pamela Philipose tracks the change they brought to their lives  
      Posted    02-Mar-2012    Vol 3 Issue 9
  • Rural windfall

    Rural windfall

    The Odisha government’s order last year directing the anganwadis to procure locally available lentils and vegetables has triggered an economic boom in villages, reports Richard Mahapatra
      Posted    01-Mar-2012    Vol 3 Issue 8
  • Healer of maladies

    Healer of maladies

    Bihar, the state that was once synonymous with anarchy, has changed, thanks to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Now, 88 per cent of the people are satisfied with the regime, says Sanjay Upadhyay
      Posted    17-Feb-2012    Vol 3 Issue 7
  • The cyclists

    The cyclists

    Two management graduates in Mumbai launched ‘Cycle Chalao!’ and changed the way students went to college. Latha Suresh profiles Raj Janagam and Jui Gangan, experts in Bicycle Sharing Systems
      Posted    11-Feb-2012    Vol 3 Issue 6
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