Articles exploring social trends and activities in Chennai, art and culture as well as issues of rights and equality cutting across economic and community groups in the city.
How Chennai’s famous Urur Olcott Kuppam Vizha Took Roots When a few disturbed individuals met around a couple of years back, it started a chain of events that seemed like Lego blocks falling in place.
My Experience volunteering for Vegam 2016 It’s been two weeks, but the excitement and the spirit of volunteering for Vegam hasn’t faded. July 16th was a big day for all the 1180 differently abled students,
WOMEN’S SAFETY – A LONG WAY OFF? I was walking home from the grocery store in my neighbourhood of R.A Puram the other day, when the driver of a passing rickshaw stuck out his tongue
Pappa Vidyaakar’s organisation, born out of love, passion and commitment to society, has helped over 2000 children and houses around 1880 residences in Chennai and Coimbatore.
It’s a big, bad world out there on the social network and a recent study finds nearly 73 percent of urban children aged 8 to 13 active on such sites.
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