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Slums getting colourful in Mumbai

CSR: Colours Uplifting The Lives Of Slum Dwellers

With the population of 2.2 Crores according to the 2011 census, Mumbai is the most populous city in India and the 4th most populous city in the world. The population has more than doubled in the last twenty years and this rapid expansion has led to the city bursting at its seams. More than...

CSR: What It Would Take To Have More Teen Sports Stars Like Hima Das

Sprinter Hima Das created sports history by winning the gold medal in the women's 400 metre event at the IAAF World U20 Championships on July 13, 2018. Hima registered a time of 51.46 seconds in the final at the Ratina Stadium to become the first Indian athlete to win gold in a world championship...
Responsible Travel - Chadar Trek

CSR: Sustainable And Responsible Travel

Travel culture has evolved enormously in India over the past few years. With rise of globalisation through internet and social media, more and more youth are traveling with an increased frequency. This has increased a lot of pressure on the tourist destinations, threatening to disrupt their ecosystems. Chadar trek has been called as world’s wildest...
Farmers in India

CSR: Fighting Malnutrition Among Farmers

Farmers are the nutrition providers of any nation. They are responsible for producing food for the entire nation. Ironically, they are also one of the most malnourished people in India. The farmers are also paid the least in the entire food production and distribution hierarchy. This has reduced the number of people engaged in agriculture by...
Humpback Mahseer

CSR: Conserving The Endangered Humpback Mahseer

Humpback Mahseer, one of the most iconic fresh water fish in the world is on the verge of extinct, according to a study conducted by Indian and British biologists. This is because of pollution, sand extraction and hydel power projects. Humpback Mahseer, only found in India’s Kaveri basin, is known to anglers as one...
Trucks on Road

CSR: Speeding Trucks Causing Calamities

According to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways headed by Nitin Gadkari, the current speed limit for the vehicles in M2 and M3 categories, such as trucks and cargos, on highways is 90kmph, on expressways is 100kmph and 60kmph within the city limits. However, one can easily witness loaded trucks on highways going...

CSR: Surge In The Urge To End It All

In an incident which sent shockwaves across the country, 11 members of the Bhatia family in Delhi’s Burari area were found dead in what was reportedly mass suicide. It appears that the family was involved in occult practices to attain salvation. Evidence points to tantric literature at the scene of the crime. In the posh...
Donate Books

CSR: Donate Books To Participate In National Development

Education is the movement from darkness to light. Many pupils in India are always in darkness because they don't have access to the books needed to educate themselves. There is another side of India where people have the books but are discarded after they have been used only once. Book donation is a way to...
Stubble Burning degrading Air Quality

CSR: Alternate Solutions To Improve Air Quality

Air pollution is at an all time rise in India because of industrialisation and urbanisation in lieu of national development. Especially in Northern India, the air quality has dropped down at alarming levels causing the government to declare red alert several times in the last couple of years. One of the significant contributors to this...
Bihar skill development mission

CSR: Recruit-Train And Deploy To Skill The Youth

The number of people looking for jobs is at an all time high in India. According to the data on the official website of the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), there are currently nearly 31 million unemployed Indians looking for jobs. In order to reduce the unemployment rate and utilise the potential of...
Plastic pollution

CSR: Encouraging Younger Generation To Combat Plastic Pollution

The environment is shouting out its cry for sustainable living for its survival. The plastic menace and thoughtless actions by the society has led our beloved planet to its slow collapse. Plastic pollution has caused lethal devastation to coasts, rivers, soil and every natural resource in the world. With its capacity to not decompose for several...
Girl Rising Game_Play Now

CSR: A Game Perpetuating Gender Equality

Mobile phones are an integral part of our life today. According to a study by mobileinsurance.com, an average person spends about 90 minutes every day on their phone. This amounts up to 23 days in a year and about 3.9 years of an average person’s life, spent staring at their mobile phones. Gaming is one...
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