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Tune in to 90.4 FM Sarathi Jhalak – a Women Run Community Radio Station in Rural Karnataka

Sarathi Jhalak is a community radio station owned and run primarily by women in rural Karnataka. Over the past three years, the station has become a very important part of the lives of local people. But they are now facing some serious financial issues because of which it is becoming difficult for the radio to sustain itself. They need your help. And this is how you can contribute.
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This Brilliant Invention From IIT Delhi May Just Change The Way Blind People Move Around Forever!

SmartCane is one of the best examples of classroom teaching transformed into practical application. This product not only benefits a large section of the society - the blind population, but also shows the power of research and technology in bridging divides and enabling independence. Conceptualized in IIT Delhi, read how this product mobilised global resources and expertise to come into being!
Children at the Tamarind School can speak fluent English and are learning technology too!

TBI Changemakers: Tamarind Tree – How One Couple Is Changing A Village, A Community And A Tribe

The very next day after their wedding, Hemant Babu and Michelle Chawla packed their bags and set off, not for their honeymoon, but to live in an unglamorous tribal village, Dahanu. Their parents thought the newly married will be back in Mumbai in a few days’ time. But it’s been eleven long years now - the couple have made Dahanu their home, contributing to the lives of the Warli tribes and to the ecology of this once barren land.
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Hole in the Wall (HiWEL) – Spreading Computer Literacy

"Nothing is more powerful than an idea whose time has come" - This is precisely the thought which has taken shape in the form of HiWEL. 'Hole in the Wall' offers a refreshingly fresh perspective on the...
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Raghurajpur: India’s Cultural Hub

Raghurajpur, a small village in Puri district, Orissa is known for its heritage. Inhabited by artisans producing sheer poetry on pieces of treated cloth, dried palm leaf or paper, Raghurajpur has nurtured age...