Babar Ali is an Indian student and teacher from Murshidabad in West Bengal. He was called the "youngest headmaster in the world" by BBC on October 2009, at the age of sixteen. At the age when most of us are still learning and trying to get a job, Babar Ali already started a school and was...
We all love reading inspiring rags-to-riches stories of famous people around us. It helps us in believing that nothing is impossible.
Shivangi Pathak became the youngest Indian woman to complete her ascent to the top of Mount Everest. At the age of 16, she has become the professional trekker and not only reach the peak of Mt Everest but also conquered some other dangerous peaks like Stok Kangri.
A social activist from Noida aims at providing quality food to poor and needy people at a minimal cost. "Dadi Ki Rasoi" a name which translates to "The Grandmother's Kitchen" is a roadside food shop
Europa Bhowmik, a courageous teenager who after winning the battles with her disease, bullies, and inner-self, become India's youngest woman bodybuilder.
Nihal Sarin, a 14-year-old lad from Kerela, India has managed to become the youngest Grandmaster in the history of Indian chess and the twelfth youngest grandmaster in world chess history. Nihal has achieved an impossible milestone and that too at such an early age.
Saina Nehwal is a sports icon all across the globe and her life journey proves that nothing is impossible to achieve in this world, all you got to do is make the hard call at the right time. Saina has dedicated her life to badminton which led her to become the world's number one after 25 long years.
The story of India’s comedy king Kapil Sharma is no less than a dramatic roller coaster. From ultimate stardom to depression he faced them all at a very early age. However, he embraced all the hardships of his life to bring the sunshine of laughter in others life. Beating all the difficulties of...