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Total 93 ideas
Sonal Baid's picture
Aura replaces 8000 chemicals & protects 2000 liters of H2O used per conventional garment ,usi
To change the perspective of designers in how to use the existing supply chain in an efficient an
Sindhu Holla's picture
Do you love the designs of our KARIGAR product but concerned about how they were made?
Raghav Mittal's picture
Rising electricity costs hurt you, your business & your shareholders.
Enabling low-cost access to essential medicines
Trust+  is an healthcare oriented educational mobile app.
Learn to Teach online, make video tutorials and online courses for science, medicine, management,
Inculcating the habit of segregating waste at source amongst Indians is an urgent  priority.
When we open a tap\have a shower, do we notice or think what is the amount of water we are going
Shailesh Kumar Jha's picture
Arsenic is a major environmental pollutant and naturally occurs in deeper levels of groundwater.
Pravaha endeavours to raise awareness of the importance of water to the level of everyday underst
Manas Deshmukh's picture
What is the best spot in a jungle to see all the amazing animals? A waterhole.
Arpita Bhagat's picture
By utilizing crowdmapping & harnessing public participation, EcoMap India aims to build a cit
aditi badam's picture
My project PYAAS motive is to provide comfort to homeless animals & save them from dehydratio
Today, one of the much talked about yet the most elusive of all the urban concepts is Livability.
alexei levene's picture
Transforming on road communication through embedding solar systems on rickshaws that power embedd
Rajesh Choudhary's picture
iPunch transforms process of social change into play.
Power of Seeing: One street element at a time, One street corner at a time, We, together, can cha
Entered in Feedback Labs
NextDrop revolutionizes the way governments and public services communicate with individuals, mak