A young and dynamic IPS Officer, freshly inducted into the Indian Police Service, Sandhya has shone through her tireless endeavours directed towards getting into the bureaucracy to serve the society. During her struggling years, she not only set exemplary standards of hard work and enrichment of self but also showed empathy and compassion for the... Continue Reading →
"Jayanthi Buruda is the youngest tribal scribe from Odisha who is the first woman Koya journalist to report from conflict areas of Malkangiri. She owes her interest in helping the needy and social work to her farmer parents who inspired her despite their meagre resources. She said she chose journalism as it would help her... Continue Reading →
Dr. Lata Deshpande talking to some children at the school she runs with her sister, Dr. Deshpande Balvidya Mandir in Sangli. The school is run for the poorest of the poor but has many interesting science exhibits and also computers that the kids work on (contributor Manisha Joshi).
Dr. Lata Deshpande is addressing a gathering during the school sports day at her school Dr. Deshpande Balvidya Mandir in Sangli, Maharashtra. A dimunitive and shy woman - she has had remarkable success in dealing with many anti-social elements while agitating against illegal bars, other anti-woman activities, but also fighting to maintain their town's green cover.... Continue Reading →