From Google Associate To Lake Cleaner
He left a prestigious job at Google to clean up sewage and garbage full-time. "Everyone wants to make a difference," he says, "but few of us spring to action."
Modi’s Bonding Session With Peacocks
PM Narendra Modi’s peacock video touched the hearts of some, exasperated others, and also ensured a round of laughter...
India's Fiercest Force Of Nature
It's India's biggest natural killer every year, and takes more lives than floods. Its deaths are also entirely preventable. 🌩
The Eternal Dada Of Indian Politics, His Life
A politician for all seasons and also a former President, Pranab Mukherjee has passed away at 84 after fighting the toughest battle of his life.
The Story Of Tagore & India’s First Vegetarian Soap
India's first “vegetarian” soap was endorsed by a famous Nobel laureate. It’s true!
Indian Logos And Their Incredible Stories
A businessman started a tea company to spread harmony. Another built a brand on the memories of the daughter he lost. The stories behind India's iconic logos...
Nawaz On Being Called One Of India’s Greatest Actors
Anurag Kashyap made him work so hard, his wife called Kashyap and complained. All this and more in this Nawazuddin Siddiqui interview with ConnectedtoIndia.com…
The Girl Who Smashed Poverty To Climb Mountain Peaks
From the dust bowl of Haryana to the highest peaks in the world, Anita Kundu’s rise in mountaineering is an inspiration to a billion Indians now.
Ladakh Homestay Owner Knits Sweaters to Survive
Like thousands of others in the tourism industry, Yangchen Dolma is struggling to keep her homestay afloat in Leh. She is being supported by a new campaign that is trying to help small businesses like hers in the sector.
The Tale of Claudine Cordani
"It's not for me to be ashamed." In 1984, when she was 17 years old, Claudine Cordani was kidnapped and gang raped. Then she became the first minor to refuse a closed trial for her rapists.