The Final Push

At age 22, during his final days of training at Indian Military Academy, Navin Gulia met with an accident that left him in the words of doctors – permanently 100 percent disabled. But Navin refused to live by those words, says Sofia Danish Khan

Trends of Fashion

Ace designer Ritu Beri opines that the Indian fashion design scene is going through an interesting time. She feels that the luxury consumers in the country are becoming more travelled, more discerning and more demanding than ever before, says Nivedita

Your Friendly App

Getting a government job is the ultimate dream of many youth in the country who appear for various competitive exams. Four youngsters launched an app for such job aspirants, which is now a Rs 85 lakh turnover business, says Sofia Danish Khan

An Immortal Entertainer

Stan Lee started his career as an office boy in 1939 at Timely Comics, a company which would later take the form of Marvel. He might have gone, but the superheroes he created with strokes of his imagination will live on forever, says Sugandha Rawal

Taste of China

The Chinese are good hosts, Shalini Singh discovered during her recent visit to the country, where she was treated to various kinds of pork, beef and fish at a restaurant. The visit was all about big data, tourism and hospitality, she writes

Empowering the Children

In Punjab's industrial hub Ludhiana, industrial workers and daily-wage earners have created a library for their children by making contributions ranging from Rs 100 to Rs 5,000. Jaideep Sarin met Lakhwinder Singh, the man behind this library

This Cafe's Special

Employing people who suffer from various developmental disabilities, including her own daughter, Sushama Nagarkar’s Cafe Arpan in Mumbai has gained huge popularity among patrons, many of whom have become regulars. Quaid Najmi checks out the cafe

The Sleeping Giant

Born into a large family as the seventh child among eight siblings his family lived hand to mouth. But by dint of hard work, K Madhavan rose from his first job for a salary of Rs 250 to building a Rs 325 crore turnover company, says P C Vinoj Kumar

Living like Family

Social worker Gayatri Pathak, a former journalist, understands what it is to be like an orphan in society. Having grown up in an orphanage and starting life from scratch at 18 outside of it, she is now a beacon of hope to many like her, says Anvi Mehta

Challenge to Biryani

Tamil Nadu’s Dindigul town is famous for biryani and some of the hotels in the town serve the best biryani in the country. But M S Mathivanan discovers a small eatery in the town that serves some delicious non-vegetarian and vegetarian dishes

Business of Care

For Dr Manreet Kahlon and Swadeep Srivastava taking care of the elderly is serious business. Launched in January 2017, their company has a presence in 15 cities and is doing business to the tune of about Rs 6 crore annually, says Sofia Danish Khan

The Auto Race

His grandfather gave him the automobile business the family started when he was just 29. Ayush Lohia took up the challenge of taking on the big players like Bajaj and Honda and made it into a Rs 120 crore turnover company, says Sofia Danish Khan

More to Conquer

Gautam Gambhir, who stepped down as captain of the Delhi Daredevils team midway into the last IPL tournament, is in no mood to hang up his boots. There is a vacuum and there is always something more to achieve in life, he told Durga Chakravarty

Power to Hijab

Hijab-clad Majiziya Bhanu has transformed in just about two years from being an ordinary dental student to a well-known bodybuilder in Kerala. Bhanu believes that the hijab is never an obstacle for a woman with burning passion, says Sanu George