Apr 13, 2016 - How PNB is feeling the pinch from wilful defaulters at both ends

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Sree Vijaykumar
Sree Vijaykumar
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Over the weekend, I was fortunate to meet two gentlemen who are using the power of education to transform the next generation of India. Ramji Raghavan's Agastya International Foundation is instilling scientific curiosity in the minds of rural children all over India. It reaches over 1.5 million children and 250,000 teachers every year through its mobile science fairs and its campus in Andhra Pradesh. Backers include Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, A M Naik and Narayana Murthy. In far flung Ladakh, another visionary, Sonam Wangchuk is transforming Ladakh (and its school system) using smart engineering and science, including the use of innovative ice stupas to solve water problems. Sonam seems to be the inspiration behind Phunsuk Wangdu in the movie 3 Idiots - Comment

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