Navneet Sharma reinvents the online shopping experience

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015 by Biswajeeta Rath
Navneet Sharma reinvents the online shopping experience

A single idea from a human mind can build cities, transform the world and rewrite the rules. In 2014, Navneet Sharma, 26, hailing from Rourkela, Orissa, India, faced a problem that most of us encounter. One fine night, when he was walking down the streets of Bangalore, Navneet saw a mannequin with a beautiful, a perfect […]

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Twin Creators of the Insane Trilogy

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 by Ravneet Kaur Sandhu
Guptara Twins

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” -Pablo Picasso Most people feel their most creative when they were children, basking in the joy of creation, unleashing their imagination without any constraint. Jyoti and Suresh Guptara, known simply as the Guptara Twins, born to English and […]

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From Passion to Profession

Monday, March 31st, 2014 by Ravneet Kaur Sandhu
From Passion to Profession

Any journey, no matter how long, begins with a small step and Farrhad Acidwalla’s took his first at the tender age of thirteen, making him one of the world’s youngest entrepreneurs. The currently 20-year-old Indian entrepreneur started out by building an aviation website, which filled a much need gap on the market and thus was […]

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Preteen Indian brothers take the world of mobile apps by storm

Sunday, February 9th, 2014 by Ravneet Kaur Sandhu
Preteen Indian brothers take the world of mobile apps by storm

Brothers, Sharavan Kumaran, aged 14 and Sanjay Kumaran, aged 12 from Chennai have been identified as the youngest mobile application programmers in India and some of the youngest in the world.

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Kanhaiya Kumari, born in prison, bails out mother

Monday, June 3rd, 2013 by Charlie Butts
Only photo Kanhaiya's mother had of him in prison Source: bbc.co.u/news

Kanhaiya Kumari was born in an Indian prison where he was held until he was six years old. When he was finally released he was placed in a juvenile home. He never stopped thinking of his mother, Vijaya. She was left in prison for a crime she said she never did. But since she couldn’t […]

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Bringing Change to Rural Indian Households

Monday, April 8th, 2013 by Raluca Besliu
Bringing Change to Rural Indian Households

Neha  Juneja, a  27 year-old Indian entrepreneur, is the co-founder and CEO of Greenway Grameen Infra, a company, whose first product, the Smart Stove, has the potential to revolutionize the cooking process and bring a fundamental change in rural households. The Smart Stove burns biomass with incredible efficiency, while cutting smoke emissions by 80 percent […]

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‘Nirbhaya,’ Young Delhi Gang Rape Victim

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013 by Raluca Besliu
‘Nirbhaya,’ Young Delhi Gang Rape Victim

                                                                               Also click here for short video of  Young Women fighting back The United States (U.S.) First […]

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From Arranged Marriage to Millionaire

Thursday, March 7th, 2013 by Raluca Besliu
From Arranged Marriage to Millionaire

After fleeing from Calcutta, India, to the United States to escape an arranged marriage at the age of 17, Chanda Zaveri, now 49, returns to her hometown as a self-made millionaire. She was so determined to avoid becoming like “most Marwari girls of my age” that she preferred to trust an American tourist couple from Boston two […]

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