Chitra Viswanathan, 53, of Bengaluru had an epiphany nearly seven years ago. During a routine phone call to her father in Chennai, she decided to start a trust in her daughter's name. Aishwarya had succumbed to a congenital heart disease at age three. Aishwarya Trust: Rhythm of Heart was born out of the bereaved mother's desire to provide social, emotional and financial support to parents...
One of the blockbuster announcements of this year’s railway budget was the bullet train. To be constructed with international collaboration, the bullet train is expected to run at about 300kmph and will operate ... Ľ
It is sheer love for the game that nurtures an upcoming tennis player. As one begins to follow the sport with a growing passion, it is Grand Slam tournaments that capture your imagination and, soon, for a ... Ľ
Sushma Swaraj is concerned about the balanced development of her twin ministries. While the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) is making headlines for the right reasons, the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs (MOIA) ... Ľ
Kings are seldom forgotten. History revolves around them. It helps that they probably have a lot to do with the writing of it. Rajaram of Kohlapur isn’t probably one of them. Even Google doesn’t really ... Ľ