Shri DV Sridharan is a noted social worker, environment and water conservation enthusiast and a guiding light for several known and unspoken social causes, especially in the Indic domain. DV ji as he is called by his friends and followers, has been at the forefront of spreading positivity about India and the good things happening around us. DV ji started a website Good News India with his own money and his singular personal efforts in 2001. He used to go around the country talking to individuals who were attempting to bring about social changes out of their own conviction and efforts. DV ji would then talk to them, photograph them and publish their work on his website. He roamed around India covering many such achievers. His website ran for 6 years and featured Anna Hazare, Anshoo Gaur of Goonj, Rajendra Singh - the waterman of India and Thimakka - Padma Shri recipient for her tree plantation efforts. He passionately ensured that only those stories were featured which had been personally verified. The website ran till 2006 after which DV started focusing on his water conservation efforts. Good News India has now been turned into an anthology published by Bloomsbury. The book with the eponymous name was supported by the Indic Academy and Indic Writers' Club then headed by Dimple Kaul. In this discussion, host Aashish Chandorkar spoke to DV ji about his website, book and his contributions to various Indic causes.