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Times of India brings "Outliers: Conversations with people who took the road less traveled". To listen to more podcasts like this, please subscribe to TOI+ at https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/toi-plus

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Times of India brings "Outliers: Conversations with people who took the road less traveled". To listen to more podcasts like this, please subscribe to TOI+ at https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/toi-plus

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English


Episodes

Episode 18: The entrepreneur Facebook shut down

9/14/2021
Vinay Singhal co-founded Wittyfeed, a viral news site. Fondly known as ‘Indore ka Google’, the company was flying high. Till Facebook shut it down.

Duration:01:15:08

Episode 17: An eye surgeon who sees beyond the possible

9/2/2021
He didn’t get into medical school at first try, but luckily for ophthalmic research in India, Dr Virender Sangwan decided to try again.

Duration:00:42:00

Episode 16: ‘Venture investing is art, not science’

8/20/2021
Meet Aviral Bhatnagar, startup investor. In this conversation, he talks about everything from engineering to seed capital to founders who build to last.

Duration:00:51:08

Episode 15: Helping kids learn to help them earn

8/13/2021
Bullied in school, Abhishek Gupta turned to math as an anchor. He’s now helping underprivileged kids land jobs by teaching them programming.

Duration:00:35:26

Episode 14: Meet India’s young water crusader

8/6/2021
At school, Garvita Gulhati learnt how gallons of water were wasted daily. Now 21, she’s on a mission to conserve water through her startup, Why Waste?

Duration:00:33:28

Episode 13: Putting people at the heart of software

7/30/2021
Never forget tech is built by people, says Mike-Cannon Brookes, co-founder of Atlassian, makers of the hugely popular Trello team collaboration tool.

Duration:00:39:36

Episode 12: Ensuring education for girls in 20000 villages

7/24/2021
For Safeena Husain, it’s been quite a ride from a Delhi tenement to the Amazon jungles to making sure girls in thousands of Indian villages go to school.

Duration:00:34:36

Episode 11: The woman driving change in UP

7/12/2021
Teaching women to drive in small-town Uttar Pradesh is Pawani Khandelwal’s way of empowering women in some of India’s most conservative societies.

Duration:00:34:46

Episode 10: Teacher to the world

7/3/2021
Sal Khan and Khan Academy need little introduction. Here’s the origin story, the successes, the failures, and the importance of learning.

Duration:00:43:46

Episode 9: Making mental wellbeing accessible

6/25/2021
Indians often confuse mental wellness with mental illness. Co-founder and CEO of YourDost Richa Singh explains how she's been trying to change that.

Duration:00:37:04

Episode 8: The importance of building lasting things

6/21/2021
Meet developer icon David Heinemeier Hansson, aka DHH, who explains the need to build lasting products and why he doesn't always listen to customers.

Duration:00:52:24

Episode 7: How to change lives and protect the wild

6/2/2021
Meet Dr Krithi Karanth, the “wild innovator” who is also a wildlife conservationist, author, professor, and documentary filmmaker.

Duration:00:33:49

Episode 6: How to responsibly recycle e-waste

5/26/2021
We all contribute to the 30 lakh tonnes of e-waste India generates every year. Meet Pranshu Singhal, who is trying to reduce our e-waste landfills.

Duration:00:36:36

Episode 5: The teenager tackling bias in textbooks

5/10/2021
Meet Ananya Gupta, the student who has developed an AI app to identify gender bias in textbooks. She’s now working on getting the textbooks changed.

Duration:00:31:55

Episode 4: MapMyIndia - Digitising the real world

5/10/2021
Rohan, Rakesh, and Rashmi Verma talk about MapMyIndia -- its roots, how it stood up to Google, and how it plans to use technology to change the world.

Duration:00:52:44

Kris Gopalakrishnan, the value creator

4/28/2021
The Infosys co-founder talks about hard work, resilience, and the role of luck. What keeps him going? Curiosity and a desire to do things better.

Duration:00:43:16

Supriya Sahu, a free-spirited crusader

4/28/2021
A civil servant who believes in humanity, this bureaucrat says she chose the civil services to work at the grassroots. Her motto: Make things work

Duration:00:34:01

Chetan Solanki, the sun man

4/28/2021
An NGO once said he is overqualified for a job. Now, he's called 'Solar Gandhi' as he goes cross-country in a solar-powered bus, promoting solar energy.

Duration:00:49:56