Vol 8 Issue 9, Feb 24, 2017 - Mar 02, 2017.


  • 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
  • Bringing water

    Bringing water

    By reviving a traditional irrigation system, using modern techniques, an NGO, Gramya Vikash Manch, has channeled water to three parched districts of Assam, raising hopes of a bumper harvest
      Posted    01-Dec-2014    Vol 5 Issue 48
  • Sailor girls

    Sailor girls

    Introduced to sailing through a summer activity, two Chennai girls took to it like fish to water. Hema Vijay meets Varsha Gautam and Aishwarya Neduchezhian, who won bronze at the Asian Games
      Posted    08-Nov-2014    Vol 5 Issue 45
  • Fruits of labour

    Fruits of labour

    ‘Pazhamudir Nilayam’, a small venture in 1950s by two brothers in Coimbatore, has grown into a multi-city vegetable and fruit business. Next, the company plans to take orders over phone and internet for home delivery, says P C Vinoj Kumar
      Posted    27-Oct-2014    Vol 5 Issue 43
  • More noble

    More noble

    To comfort victims of child labour, Kailash Satyarthi, the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize winner from India, will go to any length. He even cooks sumptuous meals for them, says Azera Parveen Rahman
      Posted    2014/10/11    Vol 5 Issue 41
  • Milky way

    Milky way

    The denial of visa shattered his dream to study in the land of milk and honey. But Bhasker Reddy managed to squeeze honey out of milk in India by starting a dairy business in Hyderabad. P C Vinoj Kumar meets the first generation entrepreneur
      Posted    13-Sep-2014    Vol 5 Issue 37
  • South Africa’s like

    South Africa’s like

    A farmer in Bihar has been hired to train South African farmers on improving rice production. Sumant Kumar of Nalanda district told Imran Khan that the first call came to him through Facebook
      Posted    30-Aug-2014    Vol 5 Issue 35
  • Golden shuttle

    Golden shuttle

    A Gold at Glasgow has not changed shuttler Parupalli Kashyap’s life as he prepares for this year’s World Championship and Asian Games. Sandip Sikdar meets the Gopichand protégé from Hyderabad
      Posted    25-Aug-2014    Vol 5 Issue 34
  • Beautiful dream

    Beautiful dream

    Creating 3000 salons, 1000 women entrepreneurs and 50,000 jobs by 2020 is the dream of C K Kumaravel, who, despite hailing from a business family, had to start on his own. P C Vinoj Kumar traces the growth of Naturals beauty salons founder
      Posted    09-Aug-2014    Vol 5 Issue 32
  • Mobility in life

    Mobility in life

    In a way, Darangi realized his engineering dream by becoming a mobile phone mechanic, thanks to ChildFund India, which has liberated many such youth from daily labour, says Prantick Majumder
      Posted    19-Jul-2014    Vol 5 Issue 29
  • Ticket to dream

    Ticket to dream

    It was no wild goose chase for Arun Athiappan, when he co-founded TicketGoose.com, a bus ticket booking portal. He always wanted to be an entrepreneur and has been losing sleep to come up with new ideas since he was 12, says P C Vinoj Kumar
      Posted    07-Jul-2014    Vol 5 Issue 27
  • From scrap

    From scrap

    By professionalizing the otherwise unorganized scrap market, two MBA students, Apoorva Chaturvedi and Yogesh Sood, have changed the image of the man coming home to buy old newspapers. Asad Ashraf logs on to kabaadiwala.com to check the profit
      Posted    28-Jun-2014    Vol 5 Issue 26
  • Farm women

    Farm women

    Nagaland women are cultivating in community lands and have formed self help groups to market their organic foods, says Ninglun Hanghal, who met some of the successful farmer–entrepreneurs
      Posted    17-May-2014    Vol 5 Issue 20
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