How Niramai is using artificial intelligence to change the face of breast cancer detection
At the heart of Niramai’s intervention is a device that uses Thermalytix — the technology that Manjunath and her team developed by combining thermography and an AI-based learning algorithm to search for malignant tumours
Book Review | Tata Vs Mistry: Deconstructing one of corporate India's most infamous spats
For those who have never followed the feud, Tata Vs Mistry is a good place to start.
Book Review | Who is Revathi Roy? - An inspiring story of a woman with indomitable spirit
Who is Revati Roy? is a read that captures the value of grit, and the power of the human spirit.
Book Review | With a new government in place, leading economists seek the way ahead
What The Economy Needs Now manages to gather India's most pressing development issues in a single volume, some of which is explained in great detail, which creates a sense of urgency for the mammoth task ahead.
This startup's solar power solutions is making Indian homes green and future-ready
Zunroof is a home-technology company that specialises in setting up rooftop solar electricity systems.
Book Review | What happens when a Naxalite is forced to choose between duty and desire?
Vineet Agarwal's novel is a ray of light that penetrates through the dense forests of the Dandakaranya region to reveal the rarely seen and complex nexus behind India's most persistent internal security threat.
World Autism Awareness Day: Around 3% Indians battle intellectual, developmental disabilities
However, the report noted that while such laws did come into existence to recognize and protect the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (PwIDDs), they are regularly mistreated and denied basic human dignity.
This startup looks to cut water wastage and bills, one house at a time
Smarter Home's product, WaterOn, can measure real-time water consumption, monitor leakages and cut off water supply if there is a leakage.
Data story | India could fall short by Rs 4.2 lakh crore annually on meeting UN development goals
The report noted that an increased contribution from private donors would also help bridge this gap in funding, ensure the timely deployment of these funds, and ensure greater accountability.
This organisation looks to tackle India's maternal healthcare issues head on
Since ARMMAN’s first program took off in Sion Hospital in 2013, their services have reached out to almost 2 million women and children.
This startup helps cancer patients look at treatment options with a fresh perspective
So as long as cancer continues to be the emperor of maladies, the crusade to find a cure will continue to be fought. Till then, organisations like Oncostem hope to give back the quality of life that generations of patients have been unjustly stripped of.
Tackling mental health in India, one life at a time
Mpower and Trijog are two organisations that help those suffering from mental health issues, often stigmatised in India.
What we don't talk about when we talk about mental health — Part 2
Millions of people continue to take the effects of their mental health in stride. And some stories prove that one can learn to never let it define them and the life they aspire to lead.
What we don't talk about when we talk about mental health -- Part 1
When such conditions are seen with a less empathetic, less nuanced understanding, cruel oversimplifications are employed.
Book Review | Should you stop 'wearing your socks' and follow your calling like Alok Kejriwal?
The author connects the dots with fondness as he relentlessly pursued his calling in 'Why I Stopped Wearing My Socks'
Here is why crude oil prices continue to rise even when global growth forecasts are cut
The prices of crude oil continue to increase as it is influenced by several covert and overt factors that economies across the world leverage to their advantage.
This 21-year-old's venture sells diabetic-friendly sweets
Kedia runs A Diabetic Chef, an outlet that serves cookies, chocolates for diabetics and the health conscious.
Evolution of India's funnybone: Harnessing the rising power of social media
As comedians began sharing likeable, topical and relatable material in their unique styles, they began to garner a steady fanbase and other players began to notice
Not a laughing matter — Comedy is a serious business
In today’s digital world, every funny bit and sketch are provided to consumers with the backing of an rapidly expanding industry.
The doctor who has a vision — to fix everyone else's
The happiness of doing his work is what keeps Parveez Ubed going every morning.
Know chalk from cheese! How Parag Milk Foods founder built a Rs 2,000-cr dairy giant
From just one dairy farm 25 years ago, CMD Devendra Shah’s company has a diversified dairy products portfolio today.
DATA STORY: From Black Friday to Big Billion, e-commerce sales are raking in the moolah
E-commerce retailers continue to entice more and more people to carry out their holiday shopping online, changing the way people spend on the holidays.
Not everyone with old notes is a black money hoarder — some are human too
Still holding on to your old notes? You're not alone as millions are still in possession of demonetised currency — willingly or otherwise.
One thing is certain about demonetisation — it expanded our vocabulary
The event resulted in the use of words that the common man had previously heard only in passing — if at all.