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Senior Citizen Couple Kick off Retirement With Pan-India Motorcycle Expedition!

  Undaunted by ageing, accidents and bone-jarring terrain, this couple chose to fulfill their travel dreams by taking the road less travelled!

 

 Indore residents Dilip Chauhan, 61, and his wife Pooja, 57, were never keen on a quiet life post-retirement. They are defying age constraints to take a pan-Indian road trip atop a Royal Enfield bike.

 

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Exclusive Interview: Meet the Post WOMAN Delivering Your Mail for 30 Years!

  “On an average, I walk at least for eight kilometres each day delivering letters door-to-door. On some days, like today, we have more than 70 letters to deliver, which means I go and knock on all those doors. Some apartments have no lift, and we have to walk up as well. It does get tiring,” 60-year-old Indrawati says.

 

Indrawati is a post ‘woman’, who has been in the service for more than three decades.

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IE100: List of top 20 most powerful Indians in 2018

ie100: List of top 20 most powerful indians in 2018

 Despite seemingly disruptive economic policies such as demonetisation and GST, and setbacks such as the banking scam and losses in byelections, under Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister’s Office is arguably the most powerful since Indira Gandhi's. For coming up with a new communication strategy that involves rea Read more...

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Meet The Indian Engineers Who Helped Stephen Hawking Get His Voice Back

 Here’s the story of how the efforts of two Indian engineers — Arun Mehta and Vickram Crishna — helped Stephen Hawking get his voice back.

 

 

  “However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at.” – Stephen Hawking

 
 One of science’s biggest celebrities since Albert Einstein, renown co Read more...

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At an Age When Most People Relax, This Retired Couple Came Back to India to Help Its Poorest

 Venkat and Vijaya Iyer, a retired couple living in Bangalore, have devoted their lives for the betterment of slum dwellers in their neighbourhood.


 It’s 4.30 in the evening. On one side of a slushy slum road, there is a queue forming. Old men and women, handicapped people, mentally challenged persons, and young children – everyone is lining up slowly. They are patiently waiting for their evening me Read more...

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