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When a Tweet to the Railways Got a Son a Wheelchair for His Paralysed Father. In No Time!
VIDEO: Watch An Exceptionally Brave CRPF Officer Commanding His Force Even With Bullet Injuries
Beware – The Walls Of This Locality In Hamburg Can Pee Back At You!
3 Cheers For The Launch Of India’s First CNG Powered Train
10 Things You Need To Know About The Other Indian Who Was Nominated For The Nobel Peace Prize, 2014
On July 13, 18 tribal girls from Ormanjhi village in Jharkhand cheered in traditional attire after being placed third in the Gasteiz Cup in Spain (Photo Courtesy: The Hindu)
The 10 Best-Loved And Most Inspiring Stories of 2013!
TBI Book Giveaway #5: ‘Poor Economics’ by Abhijit V. Banerjee & Esther Duflo
The Lady and the Peacock - by Peter Popham
TBI Giveaway #4: The Lady And The Peacock – The Life of Aung San Suu Kyi of Burma
The successful RHoK event at Bangalore - Six projects, two winning hacks, and lots of amazing energy.
Random Hacks of Kindness – Building Technology Solutions For A Better World
TBI Book Giveaway #2: The Man Before The Mahatma
Many times, the mid-day meal is the only food the children get to eat in the entire day, and forms one of the biggest incentives for them to come to school. An example of a successful public-private partnership, the Akshaya Patra mid-day meal program has been able to achieve outstanding cost and delivery efficiency by employing innovative technology, superlative management skills and smart engineering.
TBI Photo Essay: Akshaya Patra – How To Make 1.5 Million Meals In Less Than 5 Hours
Shireen Irani (right), Founder of i-Probono, with Mary Kom at London before the latter headed out to carry the Indian flag for the closing ceremony at Olympics 2012. i-Probono is helping Mary with legal assistance for her Foundation and Non-Profit Boxing Academy at Manipur.
i-Probono: Where Lawyers Can Offer Free Legal Assistance To NGOs
TBI Independence Day Tweetathon – One Change Needed For A #BetterIndia
Dialogue in the Dark: ‘See’ The World Of The Visually Impaired
TBI Bulletin: RTE for differently-abled kids + Organic Farming by Children of Farmers + Krishi Sahay + Shooters shine in Germany + MORE (29.06.2012)
TBI Bulletin: Delhi Designers Shun Child Labour + Peasants’ Movement To Reclaim Land + The School That Started Mid-Day Meal Concept + More! (28.06.2012)
TBI Bulletin: ‘Citizens For Security’ Force + Cardiologist’s opinion for Rs 10 + Terrace Gardening for Organic Food + Medical Sports Lab + More! (26.06.2012)
TBI Bulletin: Safe Food Mela + Khadi at Berlin + Football for 50-Plus + Economic Tricycles + More! (24.06.2012)
TBI Bulletin: Prisoners Get A Second Chance At Education + Weather Scientists Show Love For Pilgrims + ‘Walking Project’ in Mumbai + Bharatnatyam Dancer or Boxer? + More! (23.06.2012)
TBI Bulletin: Law University Bends Law for Good + Preferential Land Allotment For Disabled in Delhi + London Olympics’ Chennai Connection + More! (21.06.2012)
TBI Bulletin: Gritty Girl Wins Gold In Weight-Lifting + Online Resource For Autism + Tablet PCs For Rs. 3000 + Orphan Deaf Girl Gets Home And Hearing + More! (20.06.2012)
TBI Bulletin: Policemen Helping The Needy + Information Portal For Students + Govt. And Civil Society Come Together To Restore A Forest + More! (19.06.2012)
TBI Bulletin: Automatic LPG Cylinder Booking and Leakage Management System + Measuring Pollution in Ganges + Proposed Ban on Tobacco Products + More! (18.06.2012)
TBI Bulletin: Ambulance Service For Delivering Babies + MBA At 50 + Success Stories In Literature, Theatre + MORE! (16.06.2012)
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