Vol 9 Issue 8, Feb 16, 2018 - Feb 22, 2018.


  • Prima donna of banking

    Prima donna of banking

    Naina Lal Kidwai is a restless woman. And a proof of it is her success – she heads HSBC’s India operations. But her aim is to help rural women trying to be on their own, says Sudha Menon
      Posted    18-Mar-2011    Vol 2 Issue 11
  • Cricket dhamaka

    Cricket dhamaka

    A Hindi cricket video, now posted on YouTube, comes as an absolute musical treat to Indian cricket fans, who are hoping the Indian team will continue its winning streak and lift the world cup
      Posted    11-Mar-2011    Vol 2 Issue 10
  • Now playing

    Now playing

    Results of World Cup cricket matches are not always music to ears. But this musical score by two Chennai youth can always bring cheers to the Indian fans. Play on, the video can inspire you
      Posted    04-Mar-2011    Vol 2 Issue 9
  • Empowered tribe

    Empowered tribe

    The economy of Araku tribes, who grow vegetables in remote hilly hamlets of Andhra Pradesh, improved after an NGO helped them reach their produce to markets in towns, says Abhiskek Vaddadi
      Posted    25-Feb-2011    Vol 2 Issue 8
  • Go, Goa

    Go, Goa

    Community reporters from India’s first community based news service, India Unheard, are in Goa for a ten-day training programme. The team is set to expand further, says Kavita Kanan Chandra
      Posted    21-Feb-2011    Vol 2 Issue 7
  • Star gazing

    Star gazing

    The Weekend Leader’s Divya Mangwani caught up with Pune girl Hamsa Padmanabhan, who hit the headlines in 2006 when a minor planet was named after her after she won a science contest in the US
      Posted    16-Feb-2011    Vol 2 Issue 6
  • Jharkhand Jackson

    Jharkhand Jackson

    Viren Raj Baraik, a 13-year-old tribal boy from Jharkhand, has super dance skills that remind some of Michael Jackson. He will rock at the National Games in Ranchi, says Santosh H K Narayan
      Posted    09-Feb-2011    Vol 2 Issue 5
  • A world beater

    A world beater

    Tirtha Kumar Phani holds two Guinness World Records in long distance running. At 53, the unsung hero is attempting a very ambitious third one. Lesley D Biswas speaks to the Kolkata man
      Posted    07-Feb-2011    Vol 2 Issue 5
  • A turning point

    A turning point

    Friends of Positive Journalism met at Chennai, marking a new chapter in the history of media. For TWL, it was a turning point as it now has the task of setting up such chapters in other places to involve more people in a meaningful dialogue
      Posted    28-Jan-2011    Vol 2 Issue 4
  • Say yes to life

    Say yes to life

    Close to 3000 children below 14 years committed suicide in 2009. To prevent such suicides, 8 youth in Kanpur made a film, 'Last Option,' which has got nearly 2 lakh views on You Tube. Arpit Gupta tells us how the six-minute video clip clicked
      Posted    07-Jan-2011    Vol 2 Issue 1
  • Against odds

    Against odds

    When a diplomat's daughter Anouradha Bakshi wanted to take education to the slums in Delhi, there was stiff opposition from all. Roohi Saluja Sehgal finds out how she overcame the obstacles
      Posted    07-Jan-2011    Vol 2 Issue 1
  • Boy at peak

    Boy at peak

    The youngest Indian to climb Mount Everest, Arjun Vajpai, has come out with a book that may well inspire many more youth to explore the Himalayas. Roohi Saluja Sehgal speaks to the teenager
      Posted    16-Dec-2010    Vol 1 Issue 16
  • Beauty and melody

    Beauty and melody

    She could well be a model. But Deepika wants to be a role model for youth. Marianne de Nazareth meets the girl who is a computer engineer at day and playback singer at night
      Posted    09-Dec-2010    Vol 1 Issue 15
  • Down to earth

    Down to earth

    A model, theatre artiste, actor and dancer, Ananya Dutta has seen it all in the entertainment industry. Kavita Kanan Chandra met the Kolkata girl whose first Bengali film released last month
      Posted    03-Dec-2010    Vol 1 Issue 14
  • Beauty and melody

    Beauty and melody

    She could well be a model. But Deepika wants to be a role model for youth. Marianne de Nazareth meets the girl who is a computer engineer at day and playback singer at night
      Posted    19-Nov-2010    Vol 1 Issue 12
  • Bow and arrow

    Bow and arrow

    The arrows that C Srither shot at the CWG earned him a silver. But Srither was an arrow shot into the sport of archery by Shihan Hussaini, who is known more as a karate master. Now Hussaini plans to train more archers, says P C Vinoj Kumar
      Posted    29-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 9
  • Incredible India

    Incredible India

    India pulled up its socks the last moment and the Commonwealth Games are on. Sian Gordon, an athlete from Britain, is quite happy with the arrangements, finds Andrew Buncombe
      Posted    08-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 6
  • Changing the social fabric

    Changing the social fabric

    From driving a BMW to taking a bus ride, everything changed suddenly for Dilip Barooah, who in turn changed the lives of many in trouble-torn Assam. Kavita Kanan Chandra tracks the story
      Posted    01-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 5
  • A honey story

    A honey story

    A tailor tasted sweet success by turning to apiculture in Kashmir’s Uri area. Now Mohammad Sidiq wants to send honey across to Pakistan. Afsana Rashid flies into his hive to stitch a report
      Posted    01-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 5
  • Head boy

    Head boy

    It was an achievement that changed the world view of Kashmiri youth itself. But behind the success of Shah Faesal, who stood first in the 2009 civil services list, is a poignant tale that Jehangir Rashid narrates
      Posted    24-Sep-2010    Vol 1 Issue 4
  • Flower girl

    Flower girl

    Amidst the booming guns, the bloom of flowers fascinates Nusrat.  She runs a cut-flower business in Kashmir, thus breaking the moulds set for women.  Afsana Rashid breathes in the fragrance
      Posted    17-Sep-2010    Vol 1 Issue 3
  • Aiming for the stars

    Aiming for the stars

    Most middle class parents dream of sending their children to IIT. But Ruchi Kaushik personally groomed her son, Sahal, who made it at the age of 14. Abhishek Pandey speaks to the super mom.
      Posted    10-Sep-2010    Vol 1 Issue 2
  • Thursday, February 22, 2018