Generation Tolerance - The Need Of The Hour

Once I visited my friend’s place and I felt that there was some tension in the air. When I probed, I came to know that my friend’s grandmother-in-law, who is about 87 years old is extremely upset

Is It Time To Extinguish The Darkness Of Prejudice?

As part of my post-motherhood early morning “me time” routine, I was studying and trying to finish as many online lectures as I could, before our home awakens and rather quickly transforms into a

A Woman Who Rose From The Streets To Mother 1400 Orphans

40 years of continuous social work, mother of 1400 orphans, begged for survival, encountered the most adverse situations in life, an infinite source of energy, with no ill-feelings for anyone irrespec

She Did Not Let A Dead Bone-marrow Kill Her Zest For Life

“Never regret a day in your life. Life can surprise you in a thousand different ways. Good days give you happiness & bad days give you experience”, says Ms Madhavi Patil, an Aplastic Anemia fi

Her Brave Battle With An Indomitable Disease

Jamnagar Medical college has launched a book – “Re-Start, Nayi Umang Nayi Asha”. It has 10 chapters and one of them is about a fighter who battled beyond the horizon of courage. It's about Ms.U