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    Going Truly Local, Homemaker Makes & Sells 10,000 Ecofriendly Bamboo Rakhis!

    Promotion M inakshi Walke, a homemaker from Chandrapur in Maharashtra, is known for making beautiful and eco-friendly handicrafts, jewellery and gift items from bamboo. She started her entrepreneurial journey in 2017 with small-scale home-made items and later established her brand Abhisar Innovatives. While the global pandemic and the subsequent lockdown has...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Brave 19YO Girl Helps Rescue 6000 Labourers Stuck in Tamil Nadu Brick Kilns

    Promotion A ruthless brick kiln owner, over 6,000 vulnerable labourers and one gusty teenage girl to the rescue — what sounds like a Bollywood movie has in fact turned out to be a reality. A tribal teenage girl from Odisha's sharp instincts and courageous act has helped rescue over 6,000 labourers trapped in different brick kilns in Tamil Nadu. Meet 19-year-old...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Jharkhand IFS Officer Helps 2 Villages Turn Self-Reliant, Earn 5 Times More Income

    Promotion Every day at around 4.30 am, the 600 residents of Ara and Keram, neighbouring villages in Jharkhand's Ranchi district, wake up to a voice that announces the start of the day. For the next hour or so, everyone in these villages picks up a broom and cleans their surroundings. There is barely any litter, because women have erected 60 contraptions made...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    3 Arunachal Villages Come Together To Build a 154-Foot Bridge in Just 2 Months

    Promotion William Shakespeare's famous quote goes, 'When sorrows come, they come not single spies but in battalions.' This old adage summarises the year 2020 in light of the successive miseries inflicted upon humankind. But even amidst this gloom, there are inspiring stories. One such is about three remote villages in the Namsai district of Arunachal Pradesh. It is...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    50-YO Professor Takes Out Rs 25 Lakh Loan, Digs a Well For Ancestral Village

    Promotion A human-made lake has recharged wells and ushered in prosperity in the semi-arid villages of Hattarawat and Manganur in Karnataka's Belgavi. It was created to serve as a watering hole for wildlife as well as domesticated animals. 'It is nothing less than a miracle,' says Lagamanna Gouroji, 50, who owns five acres in Manganur village. He continues, 'In the...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    India's Panipuri Sellers Are Invisible Victims of COVID-19. Can We Help?

    Promotion For many of us, living away from our parents, home is a concoction of bittersweet emotions. It's rewarding and exciting but also, frightening and lonesome. I know because this is my lived reality, and it's the price I have paid for the dream job in Bengaluru. But, I have also had help to survive the recurring bouts of homesickness. Almost every night after...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Here's Why This River in a UP Village is Thankful For the Lockdown

    Promotion There is a small hamlet called Bhavarpur in Bilkhar village in Uttar Pradesh's Banda district. In recent years, the residents of this village have migrated to cities for work. Water shortage and continuous drought has made agriculture nearly impossible for the small and marginal farmers. They preferred opting for wage labour through migration. But due to the lockdown...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    I Grew an Urban Forest at Home. Now It Gives Me 17 Kg of Veggies in a Day

    Promotion Laxmi Nadendla, a 60-year-old retired nutritionist from Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad began gardening in 2014 when she was introduced to the concept of permaculture. 'My house has an expansive area for gatherings, and that year, permaculture expert Padmavathi Koppula from Aranya Agricultural Alternatives, conducted an urban forestry workshop at my home. I was...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    In 4 Years, Man Helps Villagers Raise Their Incomes By 40%, Plant 2.1 Million Trees

    Promotion In Udalguri district, Assam , bordering Bhutan, locals from the Bodo community reforested over 1200 hectares of land. In and around the Bhairabkunda Reserve Forest, along with planting trees, they started a medicinal plant garden based on Bodo indigenous knowledge, agroforestry patches and even an eco-tourism project. The change is a result of the...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    'Want To Be IAS Officer': 12-YO Boy Who Climbs a Mountain Daily For Online Classes

    Promotion Today marks the 34th day since Harish, a class 7 student, started scaling a mountain in Pachpadra village of Rajasthan. No, he does not wish to be a mountaineer or climb Everest. Neither is this part of his fitness goals. The boy studying in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya treks for 15 minutes daily so that he does not miss out on his online classes. Armed...

    • 3 weeks ago

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