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It's a university where less than 1% of its applicants get accepted; most hopefuls don't even apply and those that attempt it get tons of extra coaching. Girijesh Gupta recently topped those IIT entrace exams, which shocked many considering that he lived in the slums, came from a very poor family and didn't have any professional help. Instead of staying at the college dorms, he's gonna continue ... posted on Sep 19 2003, 1,155 reads

 

Work is Love Made Visible
He owns several successful cloth factories - yet he seldom wears any clothes himself. Lush green, rolling hills surround Mr Fabre's retreat. He is a French citizen of India, a Hindu holy man, who has renounced the material world - yet he is also a business tycoon who employs thousands of people and runs a hermitage. Still, that's only half the story. The other half -- 'I do not keep a single p... posted on Sep 17 2003, 2,130 reads

 


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Sprinting slightly more than a mile from Brooklyn to Manhattan does not sound like an extraordinary feat of athleticism until you close your eyes and imagine the desperate conditions under which one brave firefighter did it last Sept. 11. In those impossibly frantic moments, a married father of five -- who was technically off-duty -- abandoned his vehicle at the entrance of the Brooklyn-Battery T... posted on Sep 12 2003, 707 reads

 


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When 13 year old Terik Daley began working on a science project for a homework assignment, he had no idea it would take up almost all of his free time. Now, he's a semifinalist in 2003 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge. His motivation? Witnessing the aftermath of the Gujarat (India) earthquake in 2001!... posted on Sep 03 2003, 1,528 reads

 

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