• Search results for NGO
Image Title
amu_c22

Aligarh student assaulted at AMU's Kerala campus: North Indian students on protest to end 'discrimination' 

In what is a worrisome allegation of a divide between North Indian and local students in Kerala, things seem to be coming to a boil in Malappuram

Published on 11th November 2017
A_suresh_Kumar_rep33

Ahead of protest, UoH Registrar asks Security to prevent entry, search and detain 'suspicious' students to safeguard varsity

The authorities aren't bowing to student pressure as they mount a huge protest. If anything they're hitting back 

Published on 10th November 2017
Capture

Here's how Sunaina Badam switches from Mom to YouTube's favourite Frustrated Woman in a matter of seconds!

A beloved child artiste, a popular TV host, an RJ, a full-time mom and now “frustrated woman” - Actress Sunaina Badam is back in the limelight with her new web series, Frustrated Woman.

Published on 7th November 2017
collage-2017-11-071

Unfair and Lovely: How Kavitha Emmanuel has been on a crusade to prove that Dark is beautiful for ten years and counting

Ten years down, the Dark is Beautiful campaign went viral in 2014 and received positive responses from both men and women from 18 different countries 

Published on 7th November 2017
WhatsApp_Image_2017-06-23_at_33

Aishwarya Tandon paid 17 girls from a Gurugram slum to go to school. What happened next will make you cry

Tandon started Nrinam with these 17 girls, helping them to make arts and crafts, get an education — and is looking at getting more girls out of the slums and into schools. Way to go

Published on 7th November 2017
hiv55

South India Chef's Association break away from exclusive traditions and celebrate International Chef's Day with HIV affected kids

The chefs said a healthy diet and medicines were vital in keeping the kids healthy in the long run, and served vegetarian food from eight Madurai hotels

Published on 5th November 2017
IMG_20170708_214547_158

Braving all odds, this 25-year-old has been fighting for the visually impaired and downtrodden right from his school days

Saif Ahmad Khan, the founder of the NGO, Save the Quest says that only aim is to lend a helping hand

Published on 30th October 2017
download

Child Welfare Committee, NGOs in Kerala are using music, drama to help kids combat cyberbullying

A recent report released by UNICEF says 134 Million children have mobile phones in India and Kerala 

Published on 28th October 2017
Capture

Lessons from 2015 Chennai floods: IIT-M students build makeshift houses that can be folded in a box 

These final year civil engineering students from IIT-M have come up with a '400-sq-ft home fold into a box' to curb damage in case of flood

Published on 28th October 2017
rep_class44

At this school, smart classrooms are locked behind closed doors and a student's bright future is stuck at the first stage 

A noble initiative has turned to dust, literally, with teachers and administration not moving beyond the initial step 

Published on 27th October 2017
_RA_3186

Explore the lesser-known wonders of Hyderabad through this 23-year-old's storytelling group Dastangoi

Dastangoi aims to revive the ancient art of storytelling and Phaneendra Boosala needs your participation to do so 

Published on 26th October 2017
233

Sweet eats and treats await participants of Cocoa Tree's annual dessert workshop in Kochi

Cocoa Tree's annual dessert is working with NGO, Guardians of Dreams and promises participants and time sweetly spent

Published on 25th October 2017
venkataaanew

For this 104-year-old teacher, age is definitely just a number: Read about one of India's oldest and most celebrated Kannada literary figures

Centenarian G Venkatasubbaiah says that it saddens him to see how teacher-student relationships are not personal anymore

Published on 24th October 2017
20882192_1932296990315832_1810232970900192248_n

The other Swades story: Meet the Shah Rukh Khan of Halgara who is making the village a better place to live by tackling one issue at a time

There are many Indians who have done much for their community with the fruits they have reaped abroad. Datta Patil is one such example

Published on 22nd October 2017
birds55

Keeping it green, few Tamil Nadu villages celebrate Diwali in silence respecting a decade-old pact to protect birds, bats

In an act of empathy towards winged creatures, several villages in Tamil Nadu embraced awareness and harmony and celebrated Diwali without bursting firecrackers to avoid scaring birds, bats

Published on 19th October 2017

Search results 810 - 825 of 940