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Rahil

First reaction, "not a single reply?". I haven't said this on any public forum, "I want to help the poorest of the poor. It is gut wrenching to realize the diparity in the world. Nothing against the rich, but it is terrible to know that there are so many people without anything (education, food, facilities, absolute zilch. No matter what my course of action will be in the long run, no matter if things don' turn the way I thought/planned, I will create a means through which I will allow these people have a change to live a better life'. Thanks for the post, salute to Dr. Punani and all other such unsung heroes (an old lady selling vegetables in WB built a cancer hospital, an old man (ajjam as we would call him there) who was a sweeper built a school and now a college in coastal Karnataka, a man leading lavish lifestyle in US came to India to empower 1000+ villages with electricity and many many more). These people deserve far more respect than many out there, if not anything, they deserve more visibility so that others get inspired to carry on their legacy (they will at least be happy to see this). . .

11 May, 2011 |


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20 May, 2011 |


Team InsideIIM

@cybermagnetik - Thank you for the compliments. We will definitely forward your appreciation to Neeraj and his team. Also, thank you for the support. These kind of topics do not get too much attention but we are glad that someone out there is not only reading it but acknowledging it as well.

20 May, 2011 |