Read awe-inspiring stories of people that fight against the odds to try and make this world a better place to live. Stories of bravery and kindness that will make you go ‘Wow’.
Stay happy! Considering how people value things more than emotions and people, in today’s world it’s very difficult to be happy from the inside. Showing people you’re happy with a fake smile plastered on your face is something we’ve all done over time. But how many of us actually
“I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can’t accept not trying.” FAILURE. This word has haunted me for as long as I can remember. I cannot vouch for having experienced many failures in life probably because I never tried anything that was specifically challenging or had the
With this grim atmosphere all around, with Irrfan khan & Rishi Kapoor going away, its very easy to fall prey to the depressive thoughts about death.
While a lot of people are getting out there and talking about depression but many are not able to understand the different layers of emotions that one undergoes through.
Mohammed Sujathullah started to serve the hungry in 2016 when he feed the needy with his pocket money. Today he’s the president of HFF.
Flexible and fixed. This is how I would describe my day. Some things are fixed and the rest have flexibility.
And people stayed home and read books and listened and rested and exercised and made art and played
The novel coronavirus has got all of us to experience Social Distancing like never before. Here are a few FAQs to better understand this pandemic.
If the costs you’ve reduced include your Zomato bills, shopping, eating out expenses; signs say that you’re privileged.
To provide an aid for Indian women entrepreneurs, GIZ is implementing a project to promote aspiring and existing women entrepreneurs in India.
Bangladeshi photographer Mou Aysha is a humanitarian photographer who uses her skills to raise awareness about the dilemma of street children in her country.
I’ve always loved interacting with children, and I was thrilled when my mentor asked me to cover an NGO for the duration of my summer internship. I had already volunteered with Prayaas Corps. which works with underprivileged students, and I immediately called Jaspal Sir to fix an appointment and meet
Walking into Khotachiwadi is the closest I’ve been to travelling through time. It’s like being transported to 1900s Goa.
What will be our legacy if the next generation does not have any trees left to make posters with our beautiful faces printed on them? Consider this a PSA pleading to the vanity thriving in all of us.
Thanks to DreamLab, a new app developed by Vodafone Australia and the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, you can make a small but significant contribution to cancer research.
The time has come to change societal attitude towards women and practice gender equity, and this startup is working towards doing exactly that!
Frustrated with the recurring potholes menace, Mumbaikars have taken up humour to bring attention to the poor upkeep of the roads. RJ Malishka’s funny song video addressing the municipal body caught quite an attention.
They have no choice. That is probably the story of almost every homeless person ever. Despite that, homeless people are often stigmatized as undeserving. People often believe that they are not destitute and instead call them professional beggars.
If you happen to be in Bandra and if you search hard enough, you will find a rickshaw that stands out with a plethora of catchy philanthropic slogans, probably the coolest rickshaw ever. This multi-coloured rickshaw belongs to a man known as “the king of bandra”.
Depression is seen as a sign of imperfection, humiliation and rejection by family, friends and relatives. It brings an amount of embarrassment and guilt to the person suffering from it, making them keep it a lifelong secret.
According to the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative, 1 rape happen every half-an-hour in India. Newspapers regularly carry depressing tales of sexual assaults on women. One of these protests came in the form of a comic “superhero” and rape-victim named Priya.
India is home to the world’s largest number of hungry people. To bridge the gap between the food providers and the needy, a group of six friends started with a plan to feed the poor, and today they are called the Robin Hood Army with over 8000 volunteers.
Anywhere you are, it seems as if voyeuristic eyes hunt for their next prey virtually everywhere. #AskedForIt campaign is an initiative to oust these monsters. Through this collaborative campaign, she asks the victims to no longer be mute and reticent against their assailants and to make their voices heard.
With a population of 1.21 billion people, India is the second most populated country in the entire world. Among these 1 billion people, half of them are under the age 25. Having seen these statistics, let’s put a small thought on this now. With almost half the population under 25
No matter how proud you feel when you say you’re from India, there is always a preconceived notion about us. And that notion is rather an inferior one. People always think about the small villages in India, stereotypical nature of the society, substandard infrastructure and all other unfavorable stuff.