"Dream, Dream, Dream! Conduct these dreams into thoughts and then transform them into action."
- Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

29-01-2019 04:10 PM | Dhruvalakshmi Paithankar | My Indian Dream

Is Social Media Changing Us.... | My Indian Dream

Social media has changed the way we think and express. It has influenced us so much that we have started to love, hate and even celebrate differently. It has changed us for good as well as bad. Every media house is maintaining the presence of these platforms because they are well aware of the power of it. But, the power can create and destroy at... Read More

26-01-2019 04:31 PM | Anita Neve | My Indian Dream

Enabling the Nation's Saviours | My Indian Dream

I always strongly believe that in life, whatever happens, happens for good and it happens for a certain reason.  A few years ago I was on crutches for about six months. The feeling of a dependent and a glimpse of a handicapped person's life shook me when I met with a small accident says, Mukesh Anand an automotive parts dealer from... Read More

24-01-2019 04:16 PM | Anita Neve | My Indian Dream

The First Indian Women with a Disability to Adopt a Child | My Indian Dream

It all started when a wonderful couple first met the child in Keonjhar, Orissa where this newborn was left all alone in the hospital by her biological parents immediately after her birth. On seeing this little angel the wonderful couple felt some special bonding for the infant baby. They felt as if she was meant for them. They wanted to h... Read More

24-01-2019 03:00 PM | Anita Neve | My Indian Dream

Four Years Ago Adrika Was Not Able to Walk and Today.... | My Indian Dream

A 10-year-old girl who was not able to walk 4 years ago, yesterday marched to receive this year's National Bravery Award from President Ram Nath Govind.  Adrika Goyal along with her brother Kartik Goyal from Madhya Pradesh was given away the National Bravery Award which was also merged with Bal Shakti Puraskar for the bravery and c... Read More

22-01-2019 01:00 AM | Anita Neve | My Indian Dream

Low Cost Bamboo House Can Be Built in Just Four Hours | My Indian Dream

Video: Breaking News - 'Four-hour' bamboo house wins top prize - Courtesy Breaking News Today. Earl Forlales, a twenty-three-year-old in the Philippines has recently been awarded £50,000 for the Cities of our Future price for his use of low cost sustainable material and also considering the speed of construction... Read More

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