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14-YO Conducts Online Classes To Help Senior Citizens Become Tech-Savvy

Senior citizens often face troubles with using technology. Some struggle to download new applications, and others even to send a simple text message. Fourteen-year-old Tanvi Arvind’s grandparents found themselves in a similar predicament. In 2018, Tanvi, a resident of Chennai and student of Class IX, was visiting her grandparents in Bengaluru during her summer break. …

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5 Pre-Republic Day Speeches by Presidents That Told Us How to Preserve the Republic

Every year, on the eve of Republic Day, the President of India delivers an annual speech which often calls for collective introspection. The speeches seek to remind the Indian populace not only about how far the country has come since its inception, but also how far we have to go in the pursuit of core …

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How Tech Empowered 1 Lakh MP Govt School Teachers to Provide Quality English Classes

This article has been published in partnership with Marico. In several parts of India, especially rural areas, many school students have a common fear — reading a passage from their English textbooks aloud or even holding a conversation in English. It often rouses a feeling of uneasiness which stems from apprehension about a second language …

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I was In Bhuj During the Earthquake. Why I am Telling Stories of Other Survivors Now

At 8.46 a.m. on India’s 52nd Republic Day in 2001, Bhuj, in Gujarat was ravaged by an earthquake measuring 7.7 on the Richter scale. The visuals of the devastation and destruction are still etched in our minds. The loss of lives, property, and livelihoods was unprecedented, and everything seemed bleak. This is what the 2001 …

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Born in a Tin Shed, Swadeshi ‘Atlas’ Became India’s Largest Cycle Manufacturer by 1965

“Atlas Cycles is proud to announce that it has achieved production of 10,00,000 cycles…These cycles are known for being sustainable, light speed and fine finishing. We are exporting cycles to Burma and the Middle East Countries. On this occasion, we reiterate our pledge to make the country self-reliant and industrialised.”  This message on a coloured …

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With 350 Outlets, Mumbai Entrepreneur Makes Crores via Schezwan, Cheese Vada Pavs

Vada Pav the ‘fastest fast food’ of Maharashtra is often referred to as one among the greatest gifts to the Mumbaikars. A versatile food, it is a meal for all meal-times – breakfast, lunch, dinner, or just an afternoon snack. So popular is this deep fried potato dumpling stuffed in a ‘pav’ that it has …

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Maharashtra Man’s Organic Fertiliser Cuts Water Use By 25%, Earns Rs 10 Crore/Year

Today, most of the food we consume is grown using chemical fertilisers, and has been sprayed with toxic pesticides, which can adversely impact health. While the effects might not be immediate, they will definitely show up at some point in time. In 1985, Jayant Barve, then 42 years old, began manufacturing and selling this poison. …

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Jaipur Engineer’s 1500 Km Road Trip in Electric Vehicle Costs Him Just Rs 700

A few months ago, Aakash, an electronics engineer based out of Jaipur, had made plans with his friends to take a long road trip to Longewala, a town in Jaisalmer district on the Indo-Pak border. While his friends would travel in their IC-engine vehicles, Aakash was planning on driving his Tata Nexon electric vehicle (EV), …

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Farmer Learns From Tribals, Brings Assam’s ‘Ready-To-Eat’ Rice Variety to Telangana

In a fast-moving world where cooking is often deemed cumbersome, ‘ready-to-eat’ food items are the way to go. Along similar lines, a farmer from Telangana is cultivating magic rice, which only needs to be soaked in hot or cold water before it’s ready to be eaten. “I come from an agricultural family, and soil is …

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Mumbai Startup Launches Environment Friendly, Plant-Based ‘Chicken’ Nuggets

One day in November last year, Sohil Wazir called his wife, Akansha Arora, for a short experiment. He placed two plates of “chicken” nuggets before her — one made by a global food giant, and one that was plant-based. He asked her to try both and tell him which one she thought were the real …

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