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Prakash Raj loves Frank Sinatra, cognac, beer, books — and getting under the skin of India’s big political parties.
Kety Haji Jalla is an educator and political activist in an unusually tolerant part of Indonesia.
Russell Ladson’s company, Drop, is building a VR browser, which could be the future of spatial computing.
Tanzeela Qambrani, Pakistan’s first African heritage lawmaker, is bringing her downtrodden minority’s concerns to the fore.
Arsen Tomsky believes he’s created a ride-hailing app for freedom-loving folks.
Tavonia Evans is bringing financial freedom to the Black community by teaching them to buy, trade and invest in cryptocurrency.
Turkish-born engineering guru Ozgur Sinanoglu believes he and his team have created a chip that’s tamper-proof.
The star was squeezed out when he first arrived in Charlottesville. Then he led Virginia to its first ever national championship.
Fromer British paragliding champ Adrian Thomas is behind some of the most thrilling, and unsettling, tech out there.
Maya Devi’s “sitting strike” helped change the law for saleswomen in the shops of Kerala, India. But it’s only the beginning.
Tyler Clites, 28, has designed a way to make prosthetic limbs that communicate directly with the nervous system.
Saira Peter is a pioneer of Sufi opera whose unique style is being embraced in Pakistan, a country with an uneven musical history.