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He gave up life in America to save India's babies

Ratul Narain -- the entrepreneur behind Bempu -- tells Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier that despite the challenges and frustrations, he is living his dream. Ratul Narain was born and brought up in America. As a child he travelled the world. He studied at an Ivy League college like Stanford. He worked for an organisation like Johnson & Johnson. And he gave it all up to move to India and reduce infant mortality, especially in rural areas, by putting his skills as a biomechanical engineer with ... Rediff.com, 11 hours ago

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Elections 2017: New worries creep into seemingly healthy Goa

When it comes to the health of its 1.5 million people, sunny, sylvan Goa–India's smallest state by area and the fourth-least populous–does better than most Indian states and best among the five heading into elections, according to an analysis by the ...
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Unsung heroes in Padma Shri list

Nonogenarian Bhakti Yadav, popularly known as "Doctor Dadi" from Indore, and captain of Indian cricket team of blind Shekhar Naik are among the unsung heroes who were today named for Padma Shri. Dipa Karmakar, who finished fourth in artistic gymnastics at Rio ...
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Why migration is killing babies in this Indian village

As Soni Wadwi breastfed her one-year-old son, Sonu, outside her hut in Khoch village, Maharashtra, she recounted how he almost died from severe malnutrition four months ago. The family left the village in the Palghar district of Maharashtra state last year ...
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30 Under 30: The world is watching these Indian super achievers

The Forbes 30 Under 30 list is even harder to get into than Stanford or Harvard University, says Monali Sarkar.Meet the desis who made the cut this year. IMAGE: Teju Ravilochan, centre. Photograph: Kind courtesy Unreasonable Institute/Facebook.com 'Falling in love with a problem, learning all about it, experimenting aggressively, being a learner' -- that's Teju Ravilochan's key to success. Ravilochan, 29, who founded the Unreasonable Institute, is the only Indian origin super achiever who made ...
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The model who has become fairy godmother to Indian artists

Avantika Bhuyan on how Feroze Gujral is making her mark on the world of art. IMAGE: Feroze Gujral photographed by Prabuddha Dasgupta in 1989 for designer Suneet Varma. Photograph: Courtesy Suneet Varma Official/Instagram. A winding staircase leads into a warm, cosy space, complete with exposed bricks and minimalist furniture. Located in New Delhi's upscale Meherchand Market, this is the new home of the Gujral Foundation. "I finally have an office now, after having worked from the dining ...
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'Modi a prisoner of his own image, interested in TRP politics'

The Congress has never given India a PM who was a prisoner of his or her own image, said Rahul Gandhi at the party’s MPs’ meet. Rahul Gandhi on Friday launched an all-out attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accusing him of practising TRP politics and said the country has suffered damage due to his “vanity”. Addressing MPs at the Congress Parliamentary Party meeting in the absence of his mother Sonia Gandhi, who is indisposed, Rahul described the prime minister as ...
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Sudha Murty: We are not an equal society

Her eyes crinkle as she speaks; a smile is never far away.Though she speaks in a rush -- words tumbling over each other in a race to save time or keep up with her thoughts -- she is unfailingly polite.A simple sari, a string of flowers in her hair, basic jewellery and a wrist watch... that's all one of India's richest women wears.Sudha Murty has various roles -- philanthropist, author, teacher, wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt -- and she revels in each one of them, discovers Rediff.com's ...
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Unsung heroes are flavour of Padma awards this year

Recognising the talent of unknown and unsung heroes of the country, this year’s Padma awards on Wednesday named nonogenarian Bhakti Yadav, popularly known as “Doctor Dadi” from Indore, and captain of Indian cricket team of blind Shekhar Naik for Padma ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Being old in the digital age

Very few things can faze Madhukar V Kulkarni, a cop of 30 years. Yet, an innocuous smartphone scares him. For the 88 year old and others like him in Maharashtra's cities, tech classes have stepped in to teach them how to embrace Skype & WhatsApp and stay connected with their families. Ranjita Ganesan reports. IMAGE: Several senior citizens in pockets of Mumbai and Pune are signing up for for smartphone orientation classes to overcome their inhibitions with technology. The need for it ...
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