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The “No Honking Man of India” Works Tirelessly to Reduce Noise Pollution on Delhi Roads

Ride through Delhi's smog-filled streets and you will encounter another health hazard -- the sound of blaring horns, which add to the noise pollution and can even lead to hearing loss in humans. Ravi Kalra's Earth Saviours Foundation is on a mission to involve citizens, government and the police to get rid of this problem, which is much more than just a nuisance.

TBI Exclusive: Inside the President’s House – a Photo Tour of Rashtrapati Bhavan

King George V announced the shift of the capital of British India from Calcutta to New Delhi in 1911. The architect of the new city was Sir Edwin Lutyens, who designed many buildings in Delhi, including the new Viceroy’s House. After independence, this palatial home was designated the residence of the President of India and renamed Rashtrapati Bhavan. Take a grand tour of the President’s Office with us.
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They Said his Life was Over. He Became India’s First Paraplegic in the Aviation Industry Instead.

Sandeep Kumar was just seven when doctors gave him an expired penicillin injection. It left him in a coma for a year followed by paralysis in the lower half of his body. Today, this 24-year-old man, who is the first paraplegic to be employed by the aviation industry, glides around on a wheelchair at Delhi airport – helping other people with disabilities.

Everyone Should Have a Last Day at Work Like This 60-Year-Old Liftman

When was the last time you smiled at a liftman or returned the morning wish of a watchman? Appreciated the kind people who are at your service even when you don’t notice them? These college students from Delhi did something remarkable for a liftman who had been with their institution for 34 years. And, in the process, sent an important message to the rest of us as well.
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How a Delhi Architect Is Using His Amazing Artwork to Rebuild Lives in Earthquake Battered Nepal

Rohan visited Nepal last year and made some amazing artwork using water colours. The unique sketches showcase incredible temples, monuments and places of Nepal, which serve as a reminder of the beautiful country. Rohan is now using these amazing art works to raise funds for the reconstruction of houses in Nepal. Here’s how you can be part of the initiative too.