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PM Narendra Modi To Inaugurate 75 Digital Banking Units Today, Including 2 Of Jammu And Kashmir Bank

To deepen financial inclusion, the prime minister will on Sunday inaugurate 75 digital banking units (DBUs) of different banks across the country including two of Jammu and Kashmir Bank, the officials said.

16 October 2022

Teachers' Day: How A 27-year-old Is Creating A Reading Movement In Kishanganj

Teachers' Day: The Book Club: Saquib Ahmed and other youth in Kishanganj district of Bihar are setting up public libraries and holding book fairs to motivate youngsters to read.


Youth Survey: India’s Youth On What Freedom Means To Them

On completing the 75th year of India’s independence, we envisaged an ambitious project around India’s youth.


Poems For Bilkis Bano: Wake Up, Blindfolded Woman

Lady Justice needs to take off her blindfold and see the injustice all around in her name

24 September 2022

Teachers' Day: Institute That Teaches Crafts To Upskill Underprivileged Kids In Assam

Teachers' Day: Uttam Teron's Parijat Academy offers courses on computer learning, sewing, sports, dance, etc. to currently 700 kids from low-income groups who belong to 15 tribal villages in the state's Kamrup district


We The People: Assam's Elephant Man

Esmail Daimary was instrumental in creating the 56k bigha Gethsamane Joint Reserve Forest, which drastically reduced the decades-old man-elephant conflict in the region

25 August 2022

Teachers' Day: A Goal For Children’s Sports

Teachers' Day: Priya Gopalen and Sandhya Rajan started their own programme, named Great Goals, in 2013 to offer lessons in football, basketball and multi-sport ABC (Agility, Balance, Coordination).

05 September 2022

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We The People: Tamil Nadu's Unique Temple Where Dolls Greet Visitors Before The Deity

The hundreds of cement dolls outside Azhagu Muthu Ayyanar temple in Cuddalore’s Thenambakkam village are a symbol of devotees' desires and wishes fulfilled.

23 August 2022

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23 August 2022
We The People: How Madhubani Painting Helped A Domestic Help Find Her Place Under The Sun

We The People: How Madhubani Painting Helped A Domestic Help Find Her Place Under The Sun

Dulari Devi was awarded the Padma Shri for her contribution to Mithila painting, a traditional art form of Bihar.


23 August 2022
We The People: The Story Of Elami, A New Telugu Publishing House

We The People: The Story Of Elami, A New Telugu Publishing House

Started by the trio of Purnima Tammireddy, Rohith and Aditya Korrapati, the regional publishing house is set to publish its first title, a translation of...


23 August 2022
We The People: Addressing Disability With Humour

We The People: Addressing Disability With Humour

Sweta Mantrii, a Pune-based stand-up artiste with a disability uses her skits to highlight disability and biases associated to people with this condition


23 August 2022
We The People: The Forest Has Rights

We The People: The Forest Has Rights

Mulwasi Bachao Manch is a Bastar-based anti-mining Adivasi group that undertake peaceful protests in Silger and work towards opening new frontiers at other...


23 August 2022
We The People: Fighting Discrimination In Everyday Life

We The People: Fighting Discrimination In Everyday Life

Medical doctor and transgender activist, Dr Aqsa Shaikh, has faced myriad challenges, especially in her professional life as a medical student, a doctor, and...


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23 August 2022
We The People: Using Art To Bring Tribal Culture To The Mainstream

We The People: Using Art To Bring Tribal Culture To The Mainstream

Shiva Gor, from the Gor community—a subgroup of the Banjaras—in Maharashtra, visually represents the rich culture of his tribal community, in the hope to...


23 August 2022
We The People: How A Doctor Saved One Of Kashmir’s Most Famous Meadows

We The People: How A Doctor Saved One Of Kashmir’s Most Famous Meadows

Used as a live firing range by security forces, Tosamaidan had turned into a death zone shells often killed civilians. Then Dr Shaikh Ghulam Rasool stepped in.


23 August 2022
We The People: The Matchmaker For Girls From Impoverished Families

We The People: The Matchmaker For Girls From Impoverished Families

Ashvini Jojra’s social work is going on under the canopy of Serving All Humanity Yearningly Over the Globe (Sehyog India), of which he is the...


23 August 2022
We The People: Girl From Haryana Paves The Way For Women's Rights

We The People: Girl From Haryana Paves The Way For Women's Rights

Jyoti, who became the first woman to graduate from Garhi Khajur village in Haryana’s Karnal district, is now a community leader


23 August 2022
We The People: Gorelal Manjhi, The Anti-Child Trafficking Campaigner

We The People: Gorelal Manjhi, The Anti-Child Trafficking Campaigner

Apart from convincing families not to send their children to other cities out of the lure of a few thousand rupees, Gorelal Manjhi, a daily wage labourer, also...


23 August 2022
We The People: The Last Maestro Of Srinagar’s Stringed Instruments

We The People: The Last Maestro Of Srinagar’s Stringed Instruments

83-year-old Ghulam Mohammad Zaz is the last working craftsman in eight generations of Srinagar’s famous craftsmen who make santoors, sitars and rababs.


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23 August 2022
We The People: The Guardian Angel For People On Both Sides Of Indo-Pak Border

We The People: The Guardian Angel For People On Both Sides Of Indo-Pak Border

Jagbir Singh’s Pritam Spiritual Trust, a voluntary organisation, has provided artificial limbs to over 10,000 people, mostly landmine amputees, victims of...


23 August 2022
We The People: An Army Veteran’s War To Clean The Himalayas Of Garbage

We The People: An Army Veteran’s War To Clean The Himalayas Of Garbage

Volunteers of Pradeep Sangwan’s ‘Healing Himalayas’ foundation have trekked 10,000 km and handled more than 800 tonnes of garbage in five years.


23 August 2022
We The People: Chhattisgarh Organisation At Forefront Of Fight Against Mining And Land Acquisition

We The People: Chhattisgarh Organisation At Forefront Of Fight Against Mining And Land Acquisition

Due to the persistent efforts of the Hasdeo Aranya Sangharsh Samiti, the Chhattisgarh Assembly recently passed a unanimous resolution urging the Union...


20 August 2022
We The People: Chandi Prasad Bhatt, The Chipko Movement Torchbearer

We The People: Chandi Prasad Bhatt, The Chipko Movement Torchbearer

Padma awardee Chandi Prasad Bhatt on his stellar role in the iconic Chipko movement


20 August 2022
We The People: An Adivasi's Journey From A Daily Wage Labourer To Publisher

We The People: An Adivasi's Journey From A Daily Wage Labourer To Publisher

Parents killed in a land-feud, Jharkhand's Gladson Dungdung rose from being a labourer, a cycle-mechanic to a book publisher and activist.


20 August 2022
We The People: The Art Of Growing Your Own Food

We The People: The Art Of Growing Your Own Food

Jeevantika in Ujjain is a sustainable, organic farm where data scientist Sakshi Bhatia and product manager Arpit Maheswari grow their own food and invite...


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