Most law students prefer English as their medium of instruction as all the communication at higher judiciaries will be in English

Quota seats vacant as law students prefer English as medium of instruction over Tamil

The state government has introduced a 20 per cent reservation for 'Person Studied in Tamil Medium' (PSTM) in law colleges in the previous academic year. But there is no significant demand

While the Educational Department had later provided them with an alternative facility at the Engineering College, the students had to sit in poor conditions

Landslide-hit Munnar Arts College students get new classrooms

The students were left stranded in the monsoon mayhem of August after a massive landslide ripped through the Arts College campus

Poems narrating Abhimanyu's life echoed across the campus as the journey down the memory lane began

Kerala's slain SFI leader Abhimanyu's memories linger as alumni come together

Sunil P Ilayidom spoke of Abhimanyu and the message left behind and how the communalists are worming their way into campuse

Aeshal is DU's first Kashmiri college President

I'm apolitical, Kashmiri and don't have a six-pack: Aeshal Nisar, DU college's first independent prez

Aeshal Nisar Dalal, a final year history hons student in DU's CVS had won the college's presidential polls as an independent candidate despite ABVP opposition

Security personnel, who are referred as police didi' and 'police kaka', will visit schools once a week

Thane police in Maharashtra launches 'Didi-Kaka' scheme to educate students about safety measures to prevent sexual abuse

The scheme was launched on September 18 by District Superintendent of Police Shivaji Rathod at a function here

The first ever smart was erected in Coimbatore's VOC Park

Coimbatore to get 24 more smart trees that you can charge your phone from

Chennai-based JC Media Entertainment tied up with Coimbatore Corporation to install their first smart tree in the city. The 1-feet-high artificial tree is equipped with Wi-Fi and charging ports

The JNU irked controversy on February 9, 2016, after it was alleged that anti-India slogans were raised during an event

Forces within JNU 'waging war against India' says Nirmala Sitharaman

Continuing her claim, the Defence Minister, an alumnus of JNU, said that such forces have often been seen with elected representatives of  JNU

The use of digital games did not affect the quality of life, self-efficacy, anxiety, or depression

Research says digital games can help you exercise

The article reviewed eight studies of games for heart disease self-care, mostly done in Europe. Most of these studies reported positive health or behavioral outcomes.

The app is free and one can download it on their Android or iOS smartphones and could potentially be a game-changer for India’s 8.8 million blind

With the XL Cinema app, the blind can now 'watch' Indian movies with audio descriptions

Visually impaired people can now experience movies like never before, courtesy this app that provides detailed audio descriptions of what's going on between dialogues

Co-founder Anjali Jain felicitating Meridian School's CEO Usha Reddy

Teachers, are you CENTA certified? Give the Teaching Professionals’ Olympiad to find out 

Dear teachers, sign up for CENTA's TPO 2018 exam to update yourself with the latest skills and knowledge

On Saturdays, like all the other schools, the students here enjoy having half a day off

How a Canadian couple set up a school that teaches Hindustani music to rural kids in Dharwad

Why would a couple from Canada want to set up a residential music school in rural Karnataka? Adam from Kalkeri Sangeet Vidyalaya talks about thier journey so far and future plans for the school

Amit explains that students have a hard time relating to conventional questions and they find it boring or monotonous and thus something from the social media is definitely more relatable

Meet Amit Sethi, the IIT professor who uses memes to liven up question papers

Amit Sethi who likes engaging with his students constantly, spends most of his leisure time watching videos and engaging with like-minded people on social media — which is where he gets his ideas from

Vice-Chancellor P Duraisamy said that university security and police officers quickly asked the religious group to leave the campus

Students protest entry of religious group into University of Madras premises blowing conches

The group entered the campus in the noon to lodge a complaint with the Vice-Chancellor, urging him to demote Nallur S Saravanan, head of the Saiva Siddhantha department

The students of three private colleges of the twin city, on September 18, toured strategic locations in the capital to get people's opinion and suggestions

College students to help develop Smart city roads before Hockey World Cup in November

The students of Architecture stream of College of Engineering and Technology and KIIT in Bhubaneswar and Piloo Mody College of Architect (PCA), Cuttack participated 

They also distributed books at two schools in the tribal areas of Idukki

Students of Saintgits College in Kottayam donate books to school kids

The initiative was launched as a part of the observation of International Literacy Day. The students donated over 12,000 books in a period of four months

According to students who attended the meeting, the Dean of Students Welfare A Manickevelu said the university should introduce dress code or uniform, especially in the library

CUK plays hardball, students disappointed with conciliatory meeting

As a face-saver, Vice-Chancellor G Gopa Kumar agreed to take up Karunakaran's request to reinstate Akhil Thazhath, a PG student dismissed from the university for a Facebook post

The police resorted to lathi-charge once the students came on to the highway

Sports day turn violent, students lathi-charged in Kerala's Kasargod

The school principal called in the police when a student was bursting crackers and throwing crackers at other students

The team highlighted that automation must be used to enhance employee skills and complement their working styles

University of London's study says India is ahead of US and Japan in automation, AI adoption

Nearly 70 per cent of respondents said augmentation had improved the well being of their team while 80 per cent of those using AI and 78 per cent using RPA said it frees employees from repetitive work

Globally in 2017, half of all deaths under five years of age took place in sub-Saharan Africa, and another 30 per cent in Southern Asia

UN report says child death declined faster in India over the past five years

According to the report, the gender gap in child survival has reduced almost four-fold in the last five years. However, an estimated 6.3 million children under 15 years of age died in 2017.

The team behind Punpaadu

PunPaadu: These Sastra University students run a Facebook page that's pretty darn punny

The students are all in their final year and started the page just for their campus but it now has viewers from across the world

Along with yoga and aerobics, the department has also decided to introduce dance classes for the kids

School kids in Karnataka to have yoga and aerobics classes soon

The decision to recruit yoga and aerobics trainers has received objections from physical education teachers in the state

Momo Challenge was also blamed for the death of 24-year-old youth Umakant Behera

Youth slashes wrist, killer-game Momo Challenge blamed

Though the exact reason behind the incident is yet to be ascertained, his family members suspect that Sunil took the step while playing Momo Challenge, the online game, on his mobile phone

The 18-year-old could not take the humiliation and committed suicide the same day he was slapped

Ariyalur student's suicide sparks protests demanding professor's arrest

A professor of the polytechnic college in Thozhuvur, Cuddalore, where Krishnamoorty was a student, had slapped him in front of the whole class on September 8 for being absent for the two days

7The university will offer postgraduate courses in Odia language and literature. It will also facilitate research on literary criticism and more

Odia university to be set up at the iconic Bakula Bana in Satyabadi

A release issued by the CM's Office said a single-storey building will be constructed with sandstones and the temporary office of the varsity will function from the Pantha Niwas at Satyabadi

The students conducted a victory march earlier today

No saffronisation at Pondicherry University, says management. Students celebrate victory after a day-long strike

  Students have stated that the committee that met with the students has promised to not take any action against them as they were apparently demanding their rights and not violating any rules

On Periyar's 140th birth anniversary, the young team put together a song to celebrate his rebellion spirit

Periyar at 140: Casteless Collective's Arivarasu pays ode to our rebellious thanthai with new single

The Casteless Collective artist's song has been produced by OfRo and has been released by the YouTube channel 'Karuppar Koottam'

While striking down part of a British-era law that criminalised consensual gay sex earlier this month, the five-judge constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra

Work of law schools across globe helped SC verdict on section 377

OP Jindal Global University Vice Chancellor C Raj Kumar said the fact that the apex court has cited research work of the faculty members is a testament to the institutions' commitment and contribution

The Pentium Dual Core with 18.5-inch monitor system is available at a starting price of Rs 19,990

HP India unveils affordable mini desktop to empower students

Starting at Rs 19,990, the HP 260 G3 desktop will enable schools and institutes to set up or upgrade computers in their science, technology, engineering, and mathematics labs

Middle-class India owns a lot of the decision making process around education in general and around government schools from a policy perspective but has nothing at stake in this system

Ten development efforts that will take India's literacy to new heights

It is important to start looking at the quality of education through a larger lens rather than just the basic ability to read and write

Fathima used art to express concepts that are close to her heart

This 26-year-old Kerala artist uses a world of colours to express herself in a changing world

Fathima Hakkim speaks about finding herself in her art and dealing with a world that constantly judges your identity

Mindtree will further extend the partnership with IIT Madras to include research projects focusing on related topics

IT firm Mindtree partners with IIT Madras for faculty fellow position in Data Science and AI

The endowment will empower the renowned academic institution with industry-specific knowledge and resources to help create solutions to accelerate the growth and adoption of Data Science and AI

The President-elect along with his supporters subsequently went to the Vasant Kunj Police Station and lodged a complaint

ABVP members assault JNU President-elect, issue death threats just a day after elections

Sai Balaji has lodged a complaint with the police. Several other students were also assaulted by the ABVP

Kanupriya is the first female President in the history of Panjab University

Women are ready to be treated as equals: Kanupriya, Panjab University's first woman President in 136 years

The Zoology Honours student represented the Students for Society party and just became the first ever woman president in Panjab University ​

The JNU Student Union elections this year were dominated by the Left Alliance

Left sweeps polls again, N Sai Balaji becomes JNUSU President

All the four major posts went to the Left Unity in this year's elections which was marred with controversy with rumours of the EVMs malfunctioning

Vishnu with his Navtar

Is that a nine-stringed guitar? No, it's this Chennai musician's navtar

Vishnu R is hoping to create a new trend in music with this novel innovation, the navtar, a nine-stringed instrument

Baji Rout died when he was 12

Students of Ravenshaw University make a short film on Baji Rout

Set in 1938, the film elaborately depicts the event and contribution of Prajamandal movement to Odia soil and shaping Baji Rout's life

A snap from the protest

Despite ongoing protests, these Kashmir ReT teachers ensure that classes are still going on

41,500 ReT teachers are protesting against the state government demanding that they receive the benefits allotted by the 7th pay commission

It added that the accused later called the victim's family and informed them to take her from the bus stand in Kanina

Haryana CBSE topper gang-raped, threatened to remain silent

The victim's mother has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure justice for the young girl

IAS officers, Devansh Yadav,  Torul Raveesh and Jitin Yadav are the brains behind Humans of LBSNAA

Why every IAS aspirant should follow the Humans of LBSNAA FB page

Following the suicide of an IAS aspirant in June this year, the officers started the Facebook page, Humans of LBSNAA. They share the struggle and triumphant moments of serving civil servants

South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) proposes to install 4,348 CCTV cameras in 344 schools

Delhi HC says there's nothing wrong with installing CCTVs in classrooms

Often parents accuse teachers of not teaching and therefore, the cameras in the classrooms will show the correct picture

Kolkata Police has set up special assistance points in the vicinity of many schools

Kolkata Police sets up 'May I Help You' booths to help students

In a post put up on its Facebook page, Kolkata Police has said school children will always be a priority and asked students and guardians to not hesitate to call up the helpline numbers

Besides routine campaigning, candidates in the JNUSU polls are supposed to give speeches about their agenda at the presidential debate, which is followed by a round of questions

JNUSU polls 2018: Candidates to fight it out at the presidential debate on Sept 14

Lalit Pandey, the candidate of the right-wing ABVP, alleged that there were "anti-national" elements present on the campus and promised to "fix" them if voted to the post

Their constant efforts have made thousands of people from Bengaluru and Hyderabad shift to much more environment-friendly modes of celebration

This NGO is saving Bengaluru lakes by showing people an eco-friendly way to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi

YFS has been training and creating awareness in Bengaluru and Hyderabad about self-made clay Ganesha idols for more than eight years

Green Warriors: The eCoexist team along with Founder Manish Gutmen and  Lolita Gupta

From making idols out of cow dung to using natural colours, this start-up is all set for a green Ganesh Chaturthi

eCoexist makes eco-friendly Ganesha idols in all sizes and shapes and over a period of time, they have been able to stop people from polluting water bodies in Pune, Mumbai and other metro cities

Venkataramana violently abusing a child

Nellore government school principal beats up tribal students

The video and photographs of the principal Venkataramana abusing the children by banging their head on a wall had gone viral 

KC Veeramani was previously the School Education Minister

We use profit from liquor sales to build schools, pay teachers, says TN Minister at school event in Vellore

The Minister was speaking at a government school in Vellore sometime last week and the video has now found its way to social media

Aslaf Parekadan, AISF Ernakulam District Secretary kicking the punching bag

AISF hangs a punching bag with Modi's face in Kochi, gives option to youth to either hug or punch it

AISF's Punch Modi Challenge is going viral and the organisers of the event say that they're now being threatened by the Sangh  

The Café Positive initiative emerged from Anandaghar, a project launched by Organisation for Friends, Energies & Resources

This Kolkata cafe is entirely run by teens living with HIV. How's that for positivity?

Cafe Positive is an enterprise operated and maintained by ten youngsters who are HIV positive and it encourages conversations and add — to help change the mindset

There is an extensive 45-day training where the women are taught public relations, hygiene, road signs, traffic rules and a hoard of other aspects that would help them

Why Mumbai start-up Hey Deedee is creating a fleet of slick, all-women delivery agents

Currently, operating out of Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur and Bangalore, the first all-women logistics setup of India plans to expand to Kolkata soon followed by centres in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand

Maila_Mukti_Yatra_1Through the programme, they have liberated 31,000 manual scavengers in Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan

Why Ashif Shaikh's Jan Sahas holds the key to ending Dalit discrimination in Central India

From direct rescues and rehabilitations to legal aid and policy discourse, this NGO goes the whole nine yards to help the oppressed across caste and class barriers

Sandeep Pavitter Singh, founder of Left Hand Shop, realised the problems a left-hander faces when her eight-year-old son had trouble writing with gel pens

Every left-hander has to check out the awesome stationery online at Left Hand Shop 

One of MyLeft’s popular products is the metal sharpener priced at Rs 28, and some other products include a pouch priced at Rs 99 that includes left-handed school stationery

The challenge, organised by Fintech Valley Vizag in collaboration with Bizofit, will culminate in Vizag

Andhra govt joins hands with US firm, announces USD 1 mn global challenge for start-ups

As part of the challenge, roadshows are planned in Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Tel Aviv, Paris, London, Hong Kong and Bangalore.

Some misconceptions about how to choose your career

Graduates must do some "soul searching" before they choose their careers

It is necessary for the young graduates to have an insight as to what is expected of them in the job environment and get oriented in it.

The festival will be held with less pomp this time

Kerala government decides to hold State School Arts fest, previously cancelled due to floods

A decision on what all changes should be implemented and the steps to be taken for cost cutting would be taken at the Manual Committee meeting

Patra came to Bengaluru in 2009 and co-founded Quick Shape. Before that, she was studying in New Delhi

Bengaluru seems to love 'Roti Lady' Manasmita Patra's phulkas and it all started on WhatsApp

Along with Manas Ranjan, Manasmita Patra started Fresh Phulka which handles as many as 12,000 orders per day

The MLA has verbally abused multiple victims of rape and abuse

Send a 'shut-it' tape: Meet the Kerala women who are saying #VaayaMoodal to PC George

The brains behind the #VayamoodalCampaign talk about why it is time for MLA PC George to shut up

Kelly delivered the keynote address at the National Cooperative Union of India (NCUI) auditorium, New Delhi

How to get into the London School of Economics? Ask Paul Kelly

There will be an element of stress. But the UK is not closed to Indian students. The best qualified Indian students have genuine opportunities, says the Pro-Director of Int'l Partnerships for LSE

Chekutty expands to Chendamangalam Kutty

These 'Chekutty' dolls made from flood-damaged saris could help Chendamangalam's weavers

Chekuttys are made out of the stained and dirty handloom sarees weaved in the flood-affected Chendamangalam in Kerala 

Goutam quit his job in March 2010 and started Eco365 in October 2010, after doing six months of research

Bengaluru-based start-up, Eco365 is helping corporates and individuals to save water and go green

Eco365 is helping corporates and individuals become more responsible towards the environment and community with their range of innovative sustainable products

Prasad at a training workshop in Germany

Dipika Prasad and Varun Pawar's non-profit, Lakeer, partnered with GHMC to improve the quality of life in Hyderabad

They are working on providing insights to city administrators to plan and run the cities, and use the limited resources to the best of their ability

VP Sanu was leading the SFI All India Jatha

Universities have cancelled elections because SFI wins every time: V P Sanu

V P Sanu, National President of the Students Federation of India talks about college administrations' strategy of canceling college elections because they keep winning and other contemporary issues 

Based on the strength of the college, the programme appoints one to three campassadors in each college who help conduct the activities as well as any student body engagement with Dell

Now, you can be Dell's ambassador in your college and organise events out of your regular curriculum

The programm, born out of Dell’s focus towards the college student community — which not only has a dynamic use of personal technology but are also advocates for the adoption of novel technologies

Young Indians is a youth body under the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) that comprises of professionals, entrepreneurs and leaders from different walks of life

Why CII's Young Indians wants you to make 52 short films on how to prevent child abuse

Their initiative Leher aims to bring together counselors, storytellers, filmmakers, copywriters, parents, students and people working in the creative field, to produce 52 videos

With over 2000 trainers, the platform offers close to 500 courses on technical and management subjects

How Simplilearn is readying students and professionals for industry 4.0 

From AI to Big Data, Simplilearn is an online platform that provides over 400 courses making students and working professionals competent employees 

JNUSU elections will be held this Friday

JNUSU polls: EC not to cancel NSUI candidate's nomination

Vikas Yadav's nomination was cancelled by the JNU Dean Students' Welfare (DSW) office on September 6, citing a proctorial inquiry

The members of Jarsh Innovations with KT Rama Rao, Telangana IT Minister

How Hyderabad's Jarsh Innovations is adding IoT to their AC helmets

Hyderabad-based start-up Jarsh Innovations has perfected their AC helmet design and the Telangana Government and other corporates are quite excited about the possibilities

IIM-Sambalpur was offered three faculty quarters to accommodate the students but the proposal was declined

12 students of IIM-Sambalpur quit institute due to lack of hostel facility

IIM-Sambalpur has doubled its student intake capacity from 60 to 120 from the current academic session.

He has conducted more than ten photo walks till date

Read how this 22-year-old photographer from Odisha is paying it forward

Pattnayak announces the date of his workshops and photo walks on his Facebook and Instagram pages

A few other speakers at the event will be director Anshul Sinha, multidisciplinary designer Sandeep Sangaru and author Bel Pesce

TEDxHyderabad is coming to town with speakers like Tabu, General VK Singh and others

At the fourth edition of TEDxHyderabad, we will be hearing thought-provokers, artists and sportspersons speak about how rethinking changed their lives and the world around them

The state government has allotted 25 acres of land for the purpose of setting up the Odia University in Puri

The Odia Quandary: Will the new Odisha University help improve the state of research and job opportunities for the language?  

Odia, the language, is receiving patronage in the form of the new Odia University that will be set up in this coastal state. But what are the research and job opportunities like?

The prestigious institution has launched a platform called 'Art Matters'

Bengaluru's Chitrakala Parishath launches platform to encourage artists from rural towns

This young artist started a forum to bring many Fine Arts and Visual Arts students under one roof. Shivaprasad, founder of Art Matters, talks about their plans and how they have grown across the state

Initially only 14 people signed up for the event but at the end of the workshop 30 people had signed up

Why young women who want to learn to ride a Bullet need to head to F5 Escapes' workshop in B'luru

Are you bored of being a pillion rider? Then get riding with F5 Escapes' Motorbiking 101 for Women to find your adventorous side

Vedavathy pursued her MA at EFLU and is currently doing her PhD

"We are going to read what we read, no matter what," says poet Rebecca Vedavathy

Commenting on the police's absurd line of questioning with regards to the arrests made in connection with the Bhima-Koregaon case, the poet says they will continue reading what they read 

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Kozhikode schools to hold extra classes to compensate for lost hours

Since the schools had reopened late owing to the Kerala Floods, schools in Kozhikode will hold extra classes to finish the syllabus

After the training programme, Deepa's salary increased from Rs 3,000 to Rs 7,000

Here's how 22-year-old Deepa Gujar's life took a turn for the better, thanks to a digital literacy training programme

This International Literacy Day, take a look at how basic computer literacy helped Deepa Gujar earn a living and provide for her entire family

A BBMP School

The teachers of the municipal schools in Bengaluru continue to teach students sans-salary

To battle this issue which seems to have no end, the teachers have formed the Outsourcing Teachers Union of Bengaluru which has helped them assemble and fight for their rights

Dakshana's aim has been to help poor students get accepted as students at IIT and other top institutions in India

This Pune-based organisation helps underprivileged students get accepted at IITs and other top institutions in India

In their one-year program, they also provide free food and accommodation for the year that the scholar spends with Dakshana

This initiative in Karnataka was influenced by the Pilicode Government School located in Kasargod in Kerala

Karnataka's Govt School teachers are paying to paint their walls like trains. And it is AWESOME!

You've seen those viral pictures of government schools painted like trains. Did you know that teachers across Karnataka have been fundraising and paying from their pockets to get more kids to school 

The number of Indian students opting for New Zealand has grown quite considerably, says Stuart Morris

Massey University's Stuart Morris tells us why this university deserves our attention

Morris has an Agricultural Science degree from Massey University and Master’s degree in Public Policy from Victoria University, Wellington

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Three teachers suspended for fake info on mid-day meal supply

Three teachers in Jagastinghpur District in Odisha have been suspended based on allegations from the villagers


My son is not a criminal anymore: How this Mumbai couple embraced their son's sexuality will move you to tears

Rather than being distraught and stressed about their gay son's life choice, this couple educated themselves about LGBTQ rights and gave the warmest welcome to their son after Sec 377 was struck down

The students first started teaching 25 people including adults and kids of rickshawalas and mess workers in the rural areas around the campus

This NGO started by BITS Pilani students is helping the less privileged with education and employment

The organisation was founded by Mayur Patnala and Rakesh Anugula and a group of students from BITS, Pilani, with a passion to fulfil their responsibility towards the less privileged of the society

Colours of freedom, expressions of love | Shekhar Yadav

How a secret Facebook group for gay IIT students led to a legal battle against Section 377 in the SC

The secret Facebook group was started by three queer IITians in July 2012, who wanted to create a common platform for all queer students in IIT to interact — they then joined the case against Sec 377

One more aim of the initiative is to make the youth aware of the avenues they have to bring about a change

Yuva Yatra across Andhra: Meet the man who's cycling across AP to get students to create a manifesto for the polls

The young activist is actively engaging with students to get them to talk about what they expect from the next government so that they can create a manifesto for parties before the 2019 polls

Let's keep our language gender neutral

Air hostess or flight attendant? Why it’s important to use Gender-Neutral Language

In an increasingly diverse world, it is essential to not use gender specific terms to describe people and professions because it can be considered extremely sexist

A snap from one of the Live Jam Sessions

How Bonny Andrews' Kill It campaign is getting India's top musicians to 'jam' the youth out of depression

Kill It, a campaign by Live Jam's founder Bonny Andrews has tied up with a lot of artists across the country, including Sanam. to get youngsters to reach out for help when they're depressed

Bangalore Univeresity

Protesting Bangalore University student receives threat letter

The student has led a protest asking the university to revaluate a paper where half of the students failed

Section 377 was a wakeup call for many of the people in the country

Life beyond Section 377: And we finally saw the sun

History owes an apology to LGBT persons for ostracisation, discrimination, noted the judgment stating that this judgment has to be considered in all pending prosecutions

The Court's judgement has struck down Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code which criminalises any sexual act that is 'against the order of nature'

Verdict on Sec 377 is rubbish, says LGBT activist and academic Ashley Tellis

The educator believes that the historic verdict does not deserve the fanfare that it has received and says that it won't make the difference that is really needed

The current members of Umeed

#Section377: IIM Kozhikode's LGBT forum hopes that administration will now 'recognise' them

Himanshu Singh, the founder of Umeed - IIM Kozhikode tells us that the group enjoys full support from the faculty, but has not been recognised by the management

Whistle podu for the Supreme Court

10 things SC judges said while striking down Sec 377 that every Indian needs to read

You know that Section 377 has been struck down. Here are the best parts of the judgement from the men and woman who changed the law for the better

Diversity is the new catchphrase |Courtesy: HRD Canada

Gay bosses can make your employees way more productive, says Marquette Uni study

According to the US-based University study, companies that embraced and worked with diverse sexualities in their senior workforce were often way more productive

The social media is celebrating the iconic judgement

So long #Section377: How social media exploded after SC decriminalised anti-gay law

As the Supreme Court of India struck down the Section 377 in a landmark verdict, here's how prominent LGBTQIA+ voices in the country reacted 

Time to be free, happy and gay?

LGBT community has equal rights as Indians: How SC justified scrapping #Section377 

The Chief Justice also observed that the law was outdated and not in conjunction with societal norms, besides violating every Indian's fundamental right to equality and privacy


English medium at govt schools soon, says HD Kumaraswamy

The Karnataka Chief Minister said that he is firm about his announcement on starting English medium classes

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A class V student in Chennai school fractured his hand after his teacher hit him

The victim, a class V student in a government school in Madurantakam was hit by his headmistress for not completing his homework

Roy is also the founder trustee of Salaam Baalak Trust (SBT)

JLF producer bats for a creative industry, calls for infrastructure

Sanjoy K Roy, the Managing Director of Teamwork Arts says that the creative industry is seeing an unprecedented growth worldwide

The award, launched earlier in 2018, was open to entries till May 31

JCB Literature Prize longlists this year's '10 most distinguished novels'

The books that made into the final list include two those were previously nominated for the Man Booker Prize

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Mamata Banerjee remembers Mother Teresa on her 21st death anniversary

Saint Teresa of Calcutta, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 passed away on September 5, 1997

The University has already set up an action plan to promote research activities

Gangadhar Meher University sets up special cell to promote research activities

The students of the University are expected to benefit with the increasing research activities

A total of 693 graduates received their degree certificates

KCG College of Technology celebrates 15th graduation day

The 15th Graduation Day of KCG College of Technology was celebrated on 5 August 2017

The inaugural session of the conference

GITAM played host to a conference based on Towards Risk-Based Solvency

The conference, sponsored by ICICI Prudential, had eminent speakers speaking on the topic

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