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69 Modern-Day Heroes Of India! How Many Of These Do You Know About?
The 68-year-old Sindhutai's story is all about love, compassion and devotion as she has dedicated her life to the orphans.
She Begged On Streets So She Could Feed Every Orphan She Saw! Can You Imagine Anyone More Heroic?
Uday bhai's Love-All-Serve-All autorickshaw, where he doesn't demand a fare from passengers.
The Kindness Of Strangers Can Get You Free Food, Rides, Artefacts In India!
Colette Pereira. Photo credit: Vicky Nimbal
3 Cheers To These Women Pioneers Who Are Exploring An Uncharted Career Path In India – Bartending!
The Vandemataram bike riders
Getting People To Vote Mattered To These Bikers So Much That They Rode 15,000 Kms For It!
Now You Too Can Teach Hundreds of Rural Students From Your Living Room! Find Out How.
Life on the railway platforms makes these kids get into all kinds of vices
They Have Rescued Over 47,000 Runaway Children From Railway Platforms And Taken Them Back Home
“We've learnt to smile during adversities. We'll now learn to fight them!”
These Engineering Students At Vellore Are Showing Us What It Really Means to Be ‘Working For Others’
Every drop of water is a precious commodity during summer months
The Man Who Brought Water To Drought-Affected Beed
INDUS ACTION's street play, on Section 12, in progress at Chattarpur.
Eklavya – Clarifying And Facilitating the Right to Education So Many More Can Be At School
As they sift through garbage, waste pickers, who are mostly women, have to fend off stray animals, their hands get wounded by shards of broken glass thrown carelessly in the rubbish, and harassment by the police is part of their daily routine. (Credit: Amit Thavaraj)
A Union That Accords Dignity And Safety In Numbers To Women Waste Pickers
Savitribai Phule placed "universal, child sensitive, intellectually critical, and socially reforming education at the very core of the agenda for all children in India" by setting up the first school for girls in 1848 with eight students.
TBI Heroes: Savitribai, The Mother Of Modern Girls’ Education In India
Another endemic plateau specialist Pleocaulus sessilis, known as Topli Karvi locally
TBI Travel & Conservation: Kaas – Maharashtra’s Very Own ‘Valley Of Flowers’
Dedicated and strong team of porters carrying supplies to Bhatwari. The mission would have been impossible without them
TBI Uttarakhand Diaries: Mountaineers Are Coming Together To Rebuild The Local Community
The Maharashtra Drought Relief Project is now called the Yuva Foundation
The Maharashtra Drought Relief Project: When Empathy Translates To Action
A moment of rest before the arduous climb.
TBI Photo Journeys: The Golden Temple of Jejuri
TBI Photo Essay: Post-Monsoon Celebrations In Rural Maharashtra
TBI Water Week: Drought-free in Maharashtra – Six Small Villages, One Big Lesson
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
Women stitching the cloth napkins at the facility in Auroville, Pondicherry
The Honeycomb Effect: Small Causes, Small Changes – Big Impact [Part 2]
Local self help group members in Rangareddy Palayam village draw a local map on the main street, marking disaster-prone spots as part of a risk assessment exercise. Source: Trust.org
Step Up for Disaster Risk Reduction: Appreciate, Encourage and Empower the Female Voice
Priti Patkar, Founder of Prerana
Prerana – Lighting The Lamp Of Self Esteem For The Children Of Sex Workers
Dr Ram Kataria has been a general physician for 45 years. 12 years ago, he acquired 100 acres of arid, barren land in Taluka Rajgurunagar in Maharashtra.
TBI Change-makers: Dr. Ram Kataria – The Man Who Created The Gandhians Farm
Divyanshu suffered from a near-fatal bout of Tuberculosis at age 21, after which he had to learn to crawl again. But today, he is an ardent mountaineer due to sheer strength of will
TBI Inspiration: Divyanshu Ganatra – The Blind Shrink And Mountaineer
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