Category Archives: Inspiration

NISH India’s First University For Differently Abled People

By | June 2, 2017

The National Institute of Speech and Hearing (NISH) Thiruvananthapuram, going to became the country’s first National University for Disabilities Studies and Rehabilitation Sciences. In his budget session,Finance Minister Arun Jaitely announced that NISH would be made a university. It was founded in 1997 by G.Vijayaraghavan a technocrat after his twin daughters were born with hearing… Read More »

Zoho A IT Company That Trains & Recruits High school And Dropout College Students

By | June 2, 2017

Zoho India’s most successful software product company which founded by Sridhar Vembu in Chennai on 1996.Earlier the company was named as Advent Net, later in 2009 it changed to Zoho Corporation. The company already launched 25+ cloud based online applications from CRM to Mail, office suite, project management, invoicing, web conferencing and more. Currently Zoho has… Read More »

Sheroes Hangout: After cafe, now lounge, spa by acid attack survivors

By | January 18, 2016

A lounge-cum-spa is the next initiative by survivors of acid attack whose cafe ‘Sheroes Hangout’ in Agra established to rehabilitate themselves is now over a year old. The upcoming spa-cum-lounge will also sport a cafe-lounge set up in the front with the customers getting a chance to avail facilities of salon and spa. “We are… Read More »

Here is what Dhoni school friends and people who know him says about his aura

By | January 12, 2016

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the captain of the Indian cricket team and an extraordinary cricketer himself is regarded as one of the most loved and hated sportstars in the country, due to the throne of importance enjoyed by cricket in India. But, despite the extreme behavior showcased by most cricket fans towards Dhoni, it’d be wrong… Read More »

Balaknama: childrens live in Delhi slum run India’s only newspaper published by street kids

By | January 12, 2016

New Delhi, the capital of India boasts of a vast slum population also regarded as one of the most neglected sections of the society. The children however are the worst victims of the prevalent rampant ills, such as child-marriage, abuse and police brutality. But despite these tough conditions and poverty, there are an ample number… Read More »

Despite Hard Struggles, Afzal Guru’s son Ghalib Scored 95% In Class 10th Board Exam

By | January 11, 2016

In a hallmark to inspiration and putting up courageous face during the hard times, prime suspect in Indian Parliament attack, Afzal Guru, who was executed in 2012. His son Ghalib Guru, scored 95% in class X board exam conducted by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Examination for which results was released on Sunday.… Read More »

Young IAS officer quits job, turns free e-tutor

By | January 10, 2016

Adept at wearing many hats, a young IAS officer bucked the trend by deciding to quit his coveted job to tutor civil service aspirants for free through his online initiative. 24-year-old Roman Saini, with a vision of providing free education to aspirants through ‘Unacademy’, had completed his graduation from the prestigious All India Institute of… Read More »

World record 1000-plus scorer schoolboy Pranav Dhanawade felicitated

By | January 7, 2016

Mumbai teenager Pranav Dhanawade, who scripted history by becoming the first batsman ever to notch up a four-figure score, was felicitated by Thane Guardian Minister Eknath Shinde here today. Shinde felicitated the boy with a bouquet and blessed him for his future success. He said that Dhanawade had made the district, state and the country… Read More »

43 Year Old Govt. Maths Teacher Grabs Wembley Spotlight, After His Name Was Mentioned By PM Modi

By | November 15, 2015

As saying goes worthy contribution for the good of society never goes in vain, a 43 year old government, maths teacher, Imran Khan, who was already reported in the news for his work in developing number of free mobile apps for students may haven’t get known for many. PM Modi who is in UK for… Read More »

CEO of UK telecom firm to ‘run for charity’ in Katra

By | October 17, 2015

Nigel Eastwood, CEO of a popular residential telecom service provider in the UK, will undertake a “charity run” from Katra to Vaishno Devi shrine tomorrow. The proceeds of the charity will go to Society for Promotion of Tribal Welfare and Development (SPTWD), a Delhi-based NGO providing free education for underprivileged people in India. “We announce… Read More »