The Bengal Famine of 1943 took the lives of 3 million Indians yet, very cleverly, it was never declared a ‘famine’ by the colonial British. Still, this milestone in history was calamity caused by the war-time policies of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill
India’s first Olympic gold medal in 1928 represented a country determined to shake off the colonial yoke. Here’s India’s fascinating story at the Games, from barefoot athletes, to a dream run on the hockey field, to a country trying to rekindle the Olympic spirit. Take a look.
The British thought Indians couldn’t fly planes yet they needed Indian fighter pilots to help them win wars. It was this irony that led to the birth of the Indian Air Force in 1932. Catch the story of pioneering brave hearts who stormed the skies and never looked back. #MakingofModernIndia
He wasn’t afraid of taking on Big Pharma to make life-saving medicines accessible to all. Starting with an anti-HIV drug that cost ‘less than a dollar a day’ 20 years ago, CIPLA’s Yusuf Hamied has scripted a rare and incredible story of a drug maker with a conscience
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