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Abhaya Tatavarti is an intern from Bangalore who is currently pursuing her undergraduate degree at Kenyon College in Ohio.
When Bhupendra Jagtap set out to buy lingerie for his friend, he was confronted with limited choices, a lack of quality in lingerie and embarrassment from the sales team. Therefore on his birthday, he gifted himself and the world a solution by launching PrivyPleasures.com. He launched the website in 2011 in order to provide customers […]
17 July 2014
Mobile Internet has revolutionized video streaming; making music videos and TV shows readily available wherever one goes. However, the quality is often grainy and the time taken to load a video laboriously lengthy on mobile devices. Mahesh Subramanian decided that it was time to make mobile Internet streaming even more accessible by launching StrmEasy. Starting-up […]
15 July 2014
Collaborations often fall apart due to communication gaps and lapse. Distance, however, can complicate collaboration and communication. To counter situations like these, ‘Mammoth’ offers a solution by creating a platform that offers virtual boards for instant collaboration and communication. From organizing a family reunion to brainstorming on business matters, ‘Mammoth’ lets you collaborate in an easy and effective […]
10 July 2014
Busy work schedules often derail the motivation to remain fit. Sports has always been an opportunity to unwind as well as get some much needed exercise. MondoBoard has designed an ingenious method to keep you going by promising to locate the nearest facility customized to the sport of your choice and as a bonus to […]
3 July 2014
The culture in India has always attached an immense amount of respect for its senior citizens. Two entrepreneurs are attempting to translate this reverence to action in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu by designing a safe haven for older citizens. D.Yugendhran and V.Deepak Kumar launched Merestone Properties Ltd. last year in order to create landmark retirement housing […]
2 July 2014
Inspiration takes various forms but rarely does it translate into tangible action. Jay and Jothsna Rege came across an article about a man in America who purchases scrap tyres from Indonesia and then uses those scraps to make sandals. Inspired by this man, they considered the positive value of an up-cycled product environmentally and socially. […]
2 July 2014
Chikankari is a textile art form specific to Lucknow that flourished under the Mughals in India. The embroidery style dates back to Nur Jahan and one ambitious entrepreneur hopes to revive its glory not only in India but also internationally through eTailing. Chikankari is a hand embroidered style that requires a lot of attention to detail and is performed […]
24 June 2014