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Teachers' Day: The Motihari Super-Man Behind Bihar's Super-30

Teachers' Day: Meet Premchandra Ram, Competitive Exam Coach and the man behind Bihar's Super-30 coaching centre.

05 September 2022

We The People: Meet Than Singh, The Good Cop Fighting Ignorance In Delhi

Than Singh, who hails from Rajasthan, is a head police constable whose current post is at Red Fort, Delhi. Apart from his job, he also teaches slum children.


We The People: A School On Wheels

TejasAsia is a Delhi-based NGO that runs four mobile schools known as Hope Bus to provide education to children from impoverished and underprivileged homes.


We The People: The Scientist Who Dreamt Of Growing Lavender In J&K

Dr Shahid Rasool took over as scientist-in-charge of the CSIR field station in 2020. For the past many years, he has been on a mission to popularise lavender cultivation across Jammu and Kashmir and make the region one of...

23 August 2022

We The People: Jharkhand's Water Warrior Simon Oraon Dreams Of An End To Scarcity

Conservationist Simon Oraon has given his whole life to providing solutions to avert water crisis.


We The People: Anthology Of Hope

In a remote part of Bihar’s Gaya district whe­re hillocks jut out of the ground like shr­apnel, an old man dug a canal all by himself to get water to his village.

23 August 2022

We The People: How Neha Goyal Beat The Odds To Become A World-Class Hockey Player

Sonipat-born hockey player Neha Goyal turned her sleepless nights into medal heights. This is her story.

23 August 2022

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We The People | Of Green Thumbs And Good Hills: The 'Bhalo Pahar' Of Raska

Kamal Chakraborty is a writer who runs the Bhalopahar Society dedicated to forest conservation and tribal development

23 August 2022

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23 August 2022
We The People | The Doctor Is Always In: Healing Touch for Ranchi’s Poorest

We The People | The Doctor Is Always In: Healing Touch for Ranchi’s Poorest

Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee of Ranchi has been providing medical attention to the poorest. His fee ranges from a smile to rupees five.


23 August 2022
We The People: The Migratory Beekeepers Fighting To Keep Bees And The Planet Alive

We The People: The Migratory Beekeepers Fighting To Keep Bees And The Planet Alive

Without bees, the world as we know it will cease to exist. Md Ariful Islam migrates to spread this message around this country and bring awareness about the...


23 August 2022
We The People: The Seed Wizard Of Tehri Garhwal

We The People: The Seed Wizard Of Tehri Garhwal

A pioneer of the people’s movement starting from his village—Beej Bachao Andolan (Save Seeds Movement), Vijay Jardhari is a true crusader of the seed...


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: A Tribal Woman’s Fight for Equal Property Rights

We The People: A Tribal Woman’s Fight for Equal Property Rights

Tribal rights activist Rattan Manjari is an iconic woman whose battles with patriarchal norms are legendary.


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19 August 2022
We The People: Growing Up Queer In Jabalpur And In Search For A More Diverse India

We The People: Growing Up Queer In Jabalpur And In Search For A More Diverse India

24-year-old queer poet from Jabalpur, Aditya Tiwari’s, short take on growing up queer in small town India, has been selected from encouraging popular...


15 August 2022
India At 75: Stories That Vividly Captured The Searing Trauma Of Partition

India At 75: Stories That Vividly Captured The Searing Trauma Of Partition

A lowdown on literature that dwells on the days and months leading up to the partitioning of India in August 1947.


15 August 2022
India At 75: How Poets Reacted To The Partition Through The Years

India At 75: How Poets Reacted To The Partition Through The Years

A snapshot of poetic work that concretely deals with one of the most tragic events of the 20th century 


15 August 2022
We The People: How A Delhi Musician Helps People Heal Themselves Through Music

We The People: How A Delhi Musician Helps People Heal Themselves Through Music

For Delhi-based musician Pragnya Wakhlu, music is not just a personal journey.


15 August 2022
We The People: Mumbai Wildlife Biologist On Saving The Leopard

We The People: Mumbai Wildlife Biologist On Saving The Leopard

It was in 1992 that Vidya Athreya first saw a leopard in the wild. Thus began a story of love and friendship that has lasted for three decades.


15 August 2022
We The People: A Crocodile Expert's Efforts in Keeping Man And Reptile Safe

We The People: A Crocodile Expert's Efforts in Keeping Man And Reptile Safe

A resident of Basti district in Uttar Pradesh, Sitaram Das has some unusual friends. He calls out to them from this side of the pond, and they shuffle towards...


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05 August 2022
Delhi University To Organise 'Tiranga Yatra' On August 10

Delhi University To Organise 'Tiranga Yatra' On August 10

The rally will cover a distance of four kilometres and will see participation of teaching and non-teaching staff and students of the university, it said.


04 August 2022
Har Ghar Tiranga: BJP MP Manoj Tiwari Fined For Not Wearing Helmet In Bike Rally

Har Ghar Tiranga: BJP MP Manoj Tiwari Fined For Not Wearing Helmet In Bike Rally

Manoj Tiwari apologised to police on Twitter later in the day and said that he will pay the fine.


26 May 2022
Vinai Kumar Saxena Takes Oath As Lt Governor Of Delhi

Vinai Kumar Saxena Takes Oath As Lt Governor Of Delhi

Saxena is a Kanpur University alumnus with a pilot license. In March 2021, he was appointed by the Union government as a member of the national committee to...


22 February 2022
Indian Scientists, Freedom Struggle And Jawaharlal Nehru

Indian Scientists, Freedom Struggle And Jawaharlal Nehru

The popular phrase of the freedom struggle led by Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru, Maulana Azad, Vallabhbhai Patel and hundreds of others were based essentially...


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