Ready, set, walk: The Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon

A reader told me that my last post about the train ride did not have an ending and stopped rather abruptly. He may be right about that. So, where was I? Ah, yes, the Foundation for Mother and Child Health team was just about to leave CST and head out to Azad Maidan, a large, … Continue reading Ready, set, walk: The Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon

What are we walking for?

Among the many objects associated with Mahatma Gandhi, his walking stick is perhaps the most iconic. Gandhiji walked everywhere, and often with a purpose. On 12 March 1930, Gandhi began the 386 km (240 mi) journey to protest the salt tax. This 26-day march ended on 6 April at Dandi when Gandhi took a lump … Continue reading What are we walking for?