All stories by P Rajendran
Dialysis at Rs 100? He made it happen!Rediff.com10 Sep 2014
Indian American Harvard Medical School student Sachin Jain looks beyond boundaries of direct service.
Martoma gets 9 years in prison for insider tradingRediff.com9 Sep 2014
He was sentenced to nine and five years on charges of conspiracy and two of securities fraud.
Making students stress free without medicinesRediff.com9 Sep 2014
Stanford student Nitya Kanuri believes that a phone-based, anxiety assessment app built in the US can help Indian students manage their stress levels better.
She quit a lucrative US job to help India's underprivileged girlsRediff.com8 Sep 2014
Saima Hasan, founder and chief executive officer of Roshni Academy that works to empower girls from government schools in New Delhi and surrounding areas to achieve their full potential in college, jobs and life in general, tells P Rajendran what drew her to help poor girls.
'Anything he touches, glows. He's a true prince'Rediff.com6 Sep 2014
"He's a true prince," says Peter Sarnak, a senior professor at Princeton University, describing Dr Manjul Bhargava, recipient of Fields Medal, math's top global honour.
Numero Uno: This Indian has won the math NobelRediff.com5 Sep 2014
Dr Manjul Bhargava speaks to P Rajendran about winning the Fields Medal, math's biggest global honour.
'Math research is not considered a reasonable career option'Rediff.com4 Sep 2014
Manjul Bhargava, who was recently awarded Fields Medal, Math's biggest global honour, tells P Rajendran that society's attitude towards the subject is changing slowly
The activist who took on Subway and wonRediff.com18 Mar 2014
Vani Hari discusses her battle for healthier food in America with P Rajendran
'Bacteria don't respect borders or boundaries'Rediff.com17 Jan 2014
'We ought to do something now because even the bacteria we have treatments for now we don't use wisely... We have reached a point where there aren't any new antibiotics coming out... Patients must get the right antibiotic at the right dose for the right amount of time,' says Dr Arjun Srinivasan, the acclaimed scientist who is an expert on bacterial resistance.
Lone Indian in Brazil ultramarathon runs because 'there's peace there'Rediff.com16 Jan 2014
When he is not running, Vishwas Bhamburkar spends his time filing Right to Information cases. P Rajendran meets with the only Indian running the Brazil 135 Ultramarathon later this week
US Sikhs launch app to report racial profiling at airportsRediff.com4 Dec 2013
The Sikh Coalition released an updated version of FlyRights, an app intended to report racial profiling at airports to the relevant authorities, November 26.