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Truly a life-changing experience
My Temporary Son: An Orphan's Journey, Timeri N. Murari, Penguin, Rs. 250.
Treating women's health
Without formal education and facing great odds, Parmaben has succeeded in her mission to bring healthcare to Kutchi women.
What about the right to care?
The homeless mentally ill may be invisible but they belong to society and society needs to take care of them.
No compromise in writing
Sundara Ramaswamy will be remembered as a writer who set no standards for others that he himself did not strive to follow.
Ready for the fray
She's ready to step into her father's shoes. Meet Priya Dutt, Sunil Dutt's daughter and Congress-I candidate.
The many stories of Istanbul
It is one of the most significant contemporary art events and, this year, it unfolds and reveals its context the city of Istanbul.
To restore a special sense
Early diagnosis and intervention and the success of cochlear implants can help the hearing-impaired children overcome their disability.
I set about "training" Ambu to be spontaneous. At the end of the interview, the principal would be so impressed with my daughter's intelligence that she would welcome her to the school.
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