Resistance Is Fertile – The Emerging Alternative Political Discourse in the Indian Parliamentary Elections
People and communities need empowerment to govern and manage their lives, and also to make the state accountable & transparent.
Recrafting Indian education
Will our children thank us for equipping them well for a future that is unclear?
Ping! Elephants ahead: reducing human-elephant conflict, one SMS at a time
Forest authorities registered over 35,000 mobile numbers for the pre-warning SMS alert system, apart from several local WhatsApp groups.
Speech and Hearing Impaired Individuals Run the Show at This Mumbai Restaurant!
Diners are required to simply mimic these hand-gestures to place their orders.
Unheard Echoes: How A Bangalore Restaurant Is Unique With Its Differently-Abled Staff
“They are happy to work amidst a set of people they can relate to. ... they have a lot of fun and mingle with each like members of a family.”
How to sponge off family and relatives and be appreciated for it
"Between 16 and 40 years of age, to live is to do the things you love with the people you want to be with; whatever you do, don’t get a job."
Once homeless, Mumbai heroes revolutionise shoe industry
Two young men launch a company that wants to ensure that no Indian walks barefoot
A silicon tide lifts many boats
Free Software Movement of Karnataka teaches children from the slum how to wield a mouse and use open source software to gain 'whitecollar' skills.
Paaduks: Shoes with soul
Inspired by an article that spoke of the possibility of using waste tyres as soles for shoes, the team dove into exploring this idea