Sneha Bhattacharjee

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They help volunteers 'volunteer'!

They help volunteers 'volunteer'!

Rediff.com4 days ago

Those In Need bridges the gap between volunteers and NGOs looking for the right candidates, says Sneha Bhattacharjee.

How long will men clean shit?

How long will men clean shit?

Rediff.com19 Sep 2019

On Wednesday, September 18, the Supreme Court denounced manual scavenging as 'most uncivilised and inhuman'. 'It is the notion that they are born to do this which needs to change.'

Addressing loneliness

Addressing loneliness

Rediff.com18 Sep 2019

>Health Collective is building a safe space for conversations on mental health and illness.

For McDonald's, making a comeback won't be easy. Here's why

For McDonald's, making a comeback won't be easy. Here's why

Rediff.com24 Jun 2019

It is not easy for an FMCG brand to make a comeback if it has been out of consumer's reckoning for some time. Moreover, a protracted battle between the owners and then closure of a large number of outlets at one go might have sent some very negative signals to many, says Sneha Bhattacharjee.

Why are exams destroying our children?

Why are exams destroying our children?

Rediff.com6 Jun 2019

The examination season -- and results -- represent enormous pressure, both for students and parents.

Click! Click! Photographing their way to success

Click! Click! Photographing their way to success

Rediff.com18 Dec 2018

By teaching professional photography to the differently-abled, KnowDisability is helping them take charge of their lives.

Worried about the air you are breathing?

Worried about the air you are breathing?

Rediff.com9 Nov 2018

Three IIT-M students have developed a smart air purifier that removes dust, pollen, pet dander, particulates and pollutants that cause us the most harm, like mould, viruses, bacteria and gaseous chemicals.

Startups offer solutions to water problems

Startups offer solutions to water problems

Rediff.com11 Oct 2018

As India reels from a severe water shortage, startups have begun offering innovative ways to help people access safe drinking water.

How Everyuth plans to recoup lost ground

How Everyuth plans to recoup lost ground

Rediff.com10 Oct 2018

Zydus Wellness looks for a wider berth in the country's burgeoning beauty market, redesigns and rebrands its flagship brand

Plan to reduce air pollution in North India involves farmers in a big way

Plan to reduce air pollution in North India involves farmers in a big way

Rediff.com14 Sep 2018

EY Foundation India and India Paryavaran Sahayak Foundation have come up with a cost-efficient and scalable solution. The project involves spreading awareness and driving usage of in-field straw management practices among farmers, to reduce the air pollution caused due to crop residue burning.

Make in India, BMW's mantra to cut cost & grab marketshare

Make in India, BMW's mantra to cut cost & grab marketshare

Rediff.com1 May 2018

'Localisation saves a lot of time and cost for them. Keeping an eye on a long-term market, this is the best way these car-makers can build momentum for their brands.'

How 1 Indian woman's Saahas is helping women in 196 countries

How 1 Indian woman's Saahas is helping women in 196 countries

Rediff.com2 Apr 2018

This is the story of Kirthi Jayakumar.

India's head housekeeper, by appointment

India's head housekeeper, by appointment

Rediff.com9 Mar 2018

A century-old company -- that started as an infrastructure provider for large religious gatherings like the Kumbh Mela -- has expanded its role to keeping the premises of such gatherings litter-free.

8 million trees are cut per year to make pencils! They can change that

8 million trees are cut per year to make pencils! They can change that

Rediff.com9 Mar 2018

Two young entrepreneurs from Tamil Nadu are making pencils eco-friendly.

Meet the Love Commandos

Meet the Love Commandos

Rediff.com15 Feb 2018

Despite dire threats to life and property, they have brought together over 50,000 lovers under one roof across India.