We’ve had the pleasure of interviewing Blessin Varkey before and covering some of his tremendous work with disabled persons and technology. So, when we heard...

In this week's Diary of a Social Worker, Sreepriya Menon shares an extremely personal anecdote to illustrate the process of grieving. Many of us...

What do you do if your ambition is to save lives in more ways than one? If you’re Doctor Anuradha, Anaesthetist and Army Veteran,...

When freelance artist, Poornima Sukumar signed up to help a documentary filmmaker, Tabitha Breese, to put together a feature on the transgender community, she...

While Pranav Desai is well known for his professional accomplishments, his true legacy is his relentless advocacy and commitment to spreading awareness about the...

This article was first published in ‘White Print’ – a braille magazine for the visually impaired, founded and published by Upasana Makati. In the words of...

When she was a teenager, Swati Janu survived every Indian kid’s biggest nightmare - failing a grade. Unsure of her future, Swati found herself...

This article was first published in ‘White Print’ – a braille magazine for the visually impaired, founded and published by Upasana Makati. A heart full...

It’s always a pleasure to interview someone we actually know and give them credit for the work that they do. If you’ve been following...