Ancient wisdom for the modern age

November 2017 Conventional education teaches us how to make a living, but not how to live happily, believes Dr Newton Kondaveti, Hyderabad based renowned regression therapist.

Zooming forward on a trike

October 2017 By Jamuna Rangachari A patient of cerebral palsy, Riitesh Sinha has achieved more than most healthy people.  Jamuna Rangachari speaks to him about his challenges, accomplishments and never-say-die attitude

A star is born

September 2017 By Jamuna Rangachari Aptly called the mini Stephen Hawkins of India, Hridayeshwar Singh Bhati overcame a debilitating condition to break many records in creativity and scientific innovation, says Jamuna Rangachari

A farmer's guiding angel

  August 2017 By Jamuna Rangachari Inspired by his grandfather’s vision of resuscitating his farm, Sachin Kale left his high-paying corporate job, to help the farmers reap the benefits of contract farming and new technologies, says Jamuna Rangachari

The e-waste manager

May 2017 By Jamuna Rangachari Nishant Jain: Crusading for a


October 2015 By Jamuna Rangachari When a freak shooting accident made Rajendar Johar a quadriplegic, this one-time occupation therapist rose like a phoenix from the flames of his former life to become a great humanist and social worker, says Jamuna Rangachari There are some people whose purpose in life appears to be to redefine the word