Sultans  of Skill

A host of social entrepreneurs is empowering have-nots across the country with jobs and making them employable by Sunita Raghu and Sujitha J.
 

Elizabeth Koshy | albin mathew

Shooting for the stars

Elizabeth Koshy, the first Malayali to win a medal in a national-level rifle sports championship, aims at her next target: The April Commonwealth Games in Australia.

Madhvi Parekh

Breaking boundaries with brushstrokes

Self-taught and independent-minded artist Madhvi Parekh’s ongoing exhibition in Delhi is an eclectic mix of forms and styles.

The rights craftsman

A mason takes the RTI route to provide relief for people in Karnataka’s Dakshina Kannada district.

Himalayan women of steel

Nepal ranks 110th of 144 on gender parity, but these women lead the change through tourism

From a girl asking a palm reader ‘Will I ever climb Mt. Everest’, to climbing the Seven Summits of the world, Shailee Basant has travelled quite a distance.
Anu Malhotra with her art installation at Bikaner House

The colour therapist

A bold experimentalist, artist Anu Malhotra uses strong tones to create works replete with vitality

Rajlakshmi (in maroon) with her team

Emotion is the mother of invention

Rajlakshmi Borthakur, mother of an epileptic child, forays into healthcare technology to help patients and doctors tackle the neurological disorder

There isn’t a taxonomy of suffering: Karan Mahajan

Karan Mahajan, whose second book has been shortlisted for the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2017, speaks about the sense of impotence victims of small attacks feel

Karan Mahajan, whose second book has been shortlisted for the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2017, speaks about the sense of impotence victims of small attacks feel