Santana Murmu has returned to school after four years to resume her education with the help of her supportive husband and NGO Child In Need Institute.
Ahead of Christmas, a bunch of underprivileged schoolkids from Noida are regaling the guests at a five-star hotel in Delhi.
British female aviator, Tracey Curtis-Taylor landed at the Hindan Air Force Base near Delhi in her 1942 Boeing Stearman.
Celebrity chefs Ritu Dalmia, Manish Mehrotra, Manjit Gill and Abhishek Basu cooked up dishes like pizzas and doughnuts for 70 kids from a shelter home.
In the second phase, 31 other cities will become free of open defecation and a target of 49 open defecation free cities will be achieved by March 31 next year, a senior official from Urban Development Department (UDD) said.
The unique fashion show featured women from the Sheroes Hangout café, who are all acid attack victims.
‘Basta: Waste to Worth’ is an entrepreneurial model by 3 Delhi girls, who will present their business model in New York.
In a spate of small but heart-warming incidents across the country, Muslims and Hindus are coming together to set examples of communal harmony.
A 69-year-old man who suffered from a rare nasal cancer, which threatened to disfigure his face, has undergone a massive reconstructive surgery at a hospital here that has restored the original look of his face.
In a world's first such experiment, scientists have used non-invasive direct brain control system to get a person - with complete paralysis in both legs owing to spinal cord injury - to walk again.
Arunima Sinha, the first female amputee to scale Mount Everest is now seeking funds to develop a world-class sports academy for underprivileged and differently abled in India.
Stuart walked for South African designer Hendrik Vermeulen's spring 2016 collection.
The biotech startup, Muufri, was founded in 2014 by bio-engineers Ryan Pandya, Perumal Gandhi and Isha Datar.
Plastic surgeon Abdul Ghafar Ghayur performs life-changing surgery on low-income patients at a discount or sometimes for free with the money he makes from wealthy Afghans.
There's a lengthy waiting list for a place at Sweden's first retirement home for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, its success highlighting a growing demand for accommodation specifically for elderly LGBT people.
Can we seek inspiration on waste management from Bollywood? This unique campaign - Dirty Pictures will turn your favourite Bollywood posters into a dump of waste.
When 15-year-old Mellan Chansa started menstruating, her biggest fears while venturing into the bush to change her sanitary towel were snakes and peeping boys.
An acid-attack victim Reshma smiles, pouts and gives you the step-by-step makeup tutorial to get the perfect red lips. It's like any other beauty tutorial until her smile fades out.
No wonder then that the Jain Bird Hospital has emerged as the most sought after healing destination for bird owners and lovers alike.
On the occasion of World Water Week 2015 (Aug 23-Aug 28), a project by Nestlé India - WASH aims to ensure access to safe water and sanitation.
A 30-year-old woman suffering from hip osteoarthritis for 19 years was fully cured with the help of metha short hip replacement surgery here, doctors said on Sunday.
In a miraculous surgical feat, an Indian-American surgeon has gifted a pair of new ears to an eight-year-old boy in the US, media reported
A 72-year-old person who was unable to walk due to blockages in his coronary arteries has been cured with the help of a new and rare technique called Artery Clearance Therapy.
Indian-origin Kiran Gandhi, a Harvard Business School graduate and a professional drummer, said the silence about the subject has to end, and she was happy to have started “a global conversation online” on periods.
This heartwrenching video is part of #HelpTheFarmer campaign by skymetweather.com which has taken the initiative to make accurate weather forecast easily accessible to all.
The self-funded experiment with support from operator MTS proved to be a success at the various Weekender Festivals held in Bangalore, Kolkata and Delhi but is not operative at the moment.
Leveraging on the bacteria-killing properties of silver and inexpensive copper, a US researcher has developed a low cost, simple and easily transportable paper-based method to purify drinking water.
Eating in moderation, drinking a glass of good wine every day and avoiding chasing women are the secrets of a long life, Belgians Pieter and Paulus Langerock, the world's oldest living twin brothers, say.
A disabled man was denied entry in a restaurant. What he did will benefit millions of disabled people in the country.
Marking an advancement in its fight against the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the Ugandan government on Sunday launched a cheaper one-pill-a-day drug for HIV treatment.
The facility will be available free of cost for the first 30 minutes and thereafter, it is chargeable on the basis of additional usage.
Nestlé India has launched a series of initiatives on the occasion of World Breastfeeding Week with the theme - Breastfeeding isn't just a mother's responsibility.
A 12-year-old girl in the UK has achieved the highest possible score of 162 on a Mensa IQ test, which could make her brainier than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.
An awe-inspiring story of a young mother and her willingness to learn.
The tutorial touches the lives of these underprivileged children and conveys a potent message to the society.
This is a small tutorial on 'How to climb a tree' for those who are keen to be in sync with nature.