Vol 9 Issue 26, Jun 22, 2018 - Jun 28, 2018.


  • A taste of change

    A taste of change

    A sweet revolution is on in the sugarcane fields of Maharashtra’s Aurangabad district, where best management practices have been ushered in, helping women farmers, says Nitin Jugran Bahuguna
      Posted    18-Aug-2011    Vol 2 Issue 33
  • Coffee lady

    Coffee lady

    After founding a coffee bar at Ramallah, Huda El-Jack broke the glass ceiling and become the first CEO of a publicly traded Palestinian business. Abigail Klein Leichman profiles the woman
      Posted    12-Aug-2011    Vol 2 Issue 32
  • From the heart

    From the heart

    Supermarkets are part of the upmarket urban landscape. But Nadeem Jafri took his retail chain to the city’s underbelly and villages creating rural entrepreneurs, says Kavita Kanan Chandra
      Posted    12-Aug-2011    Vol 2 Issue 32
  • London beckons

    London beckons

    MC Mary Kom has been taking on the world on her own terms with uninterrupted success. Her next goal: gold in London Olympics. The five-time women’s world boxing champion spoke to Ajay Rana
      Posted    29-Jul-2011    Vol 2 Issue 30
  • Target 'Miss Universe'

    Target 'Miss Universe'

    A lawyer by profession Vasuki Sunkavalli took to modelling and ended up becoming Miss Universe India 2011. But she is not thinking of films yet. Her eyes are set on the Miss Universe title
      Posted    21-Jul-2011    Vol 2 Issue 28
  • A media whizkid

    A media whizkid

    Rahul Kanwal, Executive Editor of Headlines Today, started early and still goes strong. Being the youngest chap to head a news channel is not a kid’s job. But for him it's like child’s play
      Posted    15-Jul-2011    Vol 2 Issue 28
  • Building bridges

    Building bridges

    Turning an almost defunct Bridges Corporation in Bihar to a profitable enterprise did not happen without hiccups for Pratyay Amrit. Rajan Prakash meets him and finds out how he pulled it off
      Posted    08-Jul-2011    Vol 2 Issue 27
  • Nikki’s memoirs

    Nikki’s memoirs

    South Carolina's Indian-American Governor Nikki Haley is all set to publish her memoir just shy of her 40th birthday. Haley is America's youngest governor, reports Arun Kumar from Washington
      Posted    01-Jul-2011    Vol 2 Issue 26
  • Women on air

    Women on air

    Women in a hamlet in Uttar Pradesh have been hit by the air waves of a community radio station in many ways. As radio jockeys and as listeners, they feel highly empowered, says Anjali Singh
      Posted    24-Jun-2011    Vol 2 Issue 25
  • Farm magic

    Farm magic

    Prabhpreet Khinda, an Indian engineer, arrived in Ghana in 2009 looking for opportunities. The 38-year-old from Punjab is a successful farmer today and owns a 2200-hectare farm at Dzigbe
      Posted    20-Jun-2011    Vol 2 Issue 24
  • Laugh at work

    Laugh at work

    ‘The Happiness Quotient’ tells us how to lead a ‘significant life’. Its author, Rekha Shetty, tells Madhusree Chatterjee what the latest corporate buzz is on ushering happiness in workplace
      Posted    17-Jun-2011    Vol 2 Issue 24
  • Honourable work

    Honourable work

    Mohammed Dilawar, who’s been working to save the sparrows, has found mention in the Limca Book of Records. His organisation’s distribution of 52000 bird feeders is a Guinness world record.
      Posted    14-Jun-2011    Vol 2 Issue 23
  • Clean villages

    Clean villages

    More than 2,000 villages in Madhya Pradesh have earned the sobriquet ‘Nirmal Grams’ or clean villages. Arun Anand checks out how the villages managed to achieve such a high level of hygiene 
      Posted    10-Jun-2011    Vol 2 Issue 23
  • A positive book

    A positive book

    Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan’s autobiography is nearing completion and it’s been tiled ‘Twenty years in a decade.’ According to the actor, "It's a fun book and is about positivity and hope.”
      Posted    07-Jun-2011    Vol 2 Issue 22
  • Kerala's success

    Fresh out of college and bursting with ideas, young IT professionals in Kerala are walking out on cushy blue collar jobs and taking the plunge to start their own businesses. Their success rate is quite high. A top IT official told Sanu George that the failure rate of startups
      Posted    03 Jun 2011    Vol 2 Issue 22
  • A real leader

    A real leader

    Can M S Dhoni help hockey and football teams? R Mohan raises this question, analysing the leadership qualities of the ever winning captain, which he says is a subject for management studies
      Posted    03-Jun-2011    Vol 2 Issue 22
  • A rosy picture

    The world's largest exporter of roses is an Indian who grows and ships hundreds of varieties of the prized flowers - not just out of India but mostly out of farms in Ethiopia and Kenya. Tarun Basu meets Nagesh Karuturi, the CEO of Bangalore based company Karuturi Global at
      Posted    02-Jun-2011    Vol 2 Issue 21
  • Scoring records

    Scoring records

    An enduring passion for cricket earned Sudhir Vaidya a place in Limca Book of Records. Sudha Narasimhachar meets the statistician of IPL matches, who has been tracking the game since 1957
      Posted    27-May-2011    Vol 2 Issue 21
  • Against the tide

    Against the tide

    Name: Rajiv Trivedi. Achievements: Swam English Channel, Palk Strait etc. If you thought this is the CV of a professional swimmer, you are wrong, says Mahesh Avadhutha, who met the IPS officer
      Posted    27-May-2011    Vol 2 Issue 21
  • Unsung hero

    Unsung hero

    India has a new world junior boxing champion in Nikhat Zareen. Nikhat, who hails from the small town of Nizamabad in AP, told Mahesh Avadhutha that her aim is to win an Olympics gold medal
      Posted    25-May-2011    Vol 2 Issue 20
  • Celebration time

    Celebration time

    Activists who spearheaded the Free Binayak Sen Campaign are happy their mission is over. Binayak’s wife celebrated along with other activists the triumph of Indian democracy, says Akash Bisht
      Posted    18-Apr-2011    Vol 2 Issue 15
  • Woman of substance

    Woman of substance

    Hailing from a Maharashtrian small town of Chandrapur, Jayashree Satpute has been chosen as one of world’s 100 inspirational women. The honour however places more responsibility on her shoulders, she tells Kavita Charanji
      Posted    15-Apr-2011    Vol 2 Issue 15
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