Preneeja Peelukhana with her debut book, An Anonymous Soul

How 26-year-old Hyderabadi Preneeja Peelukhana went from psychology to poetry

Twenty six-year-old Preneeja Peelukhana wrote about her life in her debut book An Anonymous Soul

Ultimate Frisbee is a non-contact sport recognised by the International Olympic Committee

How Ultimate Frisbee is becoming the go-to game for people in South India's metros 

Hyderabad Ultimate Frisbee Association recently organised an Ultimate Frisbee competition from May 18 to 20

Jawaharlal Nehru University has dropped a proposed course on Islamic terrorism following objections raised by minority bodies

JNU drops a course on 'Islamic terrorism', instead asked to include how different religions are being misused

In May, the JNU Academic Council had given in-principle approval to the course on Islamic terrorism to be taught at the proposed Centre for National Security Studies

A special handbook has been made to inculcate soft skills in policemen at the grass-root level while dealing with children who are abuse victims

Special handbook made to inculcate soft skills in cops while dealing with child abuse victims

The book will also give procedures that are to be followed by the police special juvenile police unit

Books for classes one, six, and nine, for which syllabuses were changed this year, have been issued, but Plus One books as per the new syllabus are not available

Plus One students in both government and private schools in Tamil Nadu yet to receive textbooks

The Plus One syllabus is very heavy and would be difficult to complete in time as per the present timetable, with periodic tests

St. Joseph’s Pre-University college is organising a rally on spreading awareness against drugs and human trafficking

St Joseph's PU College in Bengaluru to hold awareness rally against drugs, human trafficking

Believing in the concern for human life, the principal of the institution, Fr. Melvin Lobo says, “It is not surprising that the teenagers who use drugs often have a poor academic record"

About 100,000 sellers have already registered with Shopmatic

Shopmatic is the ultimate solution for young entrepreneurs to start selling online

Shenaz Bapooji of Shopmatic tells us about the startup that’s helping other startups establish their online presence

It goes without saying that both guests did a wonderful job of understanding the ethos of the elated yet nervous students sitting in front of them

Graduating students of ITM Business School Chennai had some of the best takeaways from their convocation

Venkatesh Kannapan, COO of Hinduja Finance and Karishma Gupta, GM of CMA CGM, came together to address the graduating students at The Residency Towers, Chennai

Varun does a lot of personal storytelling in his comedy and he believes that that is where his strength lies

Inside the incredibly funny mind of Varun Thakur and Vicky 'very pretty' Malhotra

Varun Thakur talks about his comedy career, films and obviously, Vicky Malhotra

Astha in Bengaluru is helping to instill that kind of self-belief among the differently-abled individuals

How diff-abled accountant Sunil Jain's Astha is getting special people to vote, play sports and live life

Astha has already helped 180 people to get their voter ID cards in 2014 and they are working to develop wheelchair tennis in India

Where the mind is without fear | Pics: Grace Boyle, Fabrice Bourgelle, Gayatri Ganju

Bengaluru artist Shilo Shiv Suleman’s 'Fearless Collective' is replacing fear with love through art

In a world that is turning unsafe by the day, Shilo Shiv Suleman and her Collective are working towards creating safer spaces, dissolving borders and creating love

Abhishek says that archery has given him something to look forward to in life

Meet India's first teeth archer Abhishek Thaware who battled a polio attack to train for Asian Para Games 

By the time he was in eighth grade, Thaware got involved in athletics. He was introduced to cross country running and soon, he was winning almost every competition he participated in 

Harshit’s  grew up and he started Womenite with an objective to transform our male-dominant and patriarchal society

DU student sets up organisation to help make society more gender sensitive, egalitarian

Delhiite Harshit Gupta has been fulfiling his childhood dream of building an equal and egalitarian society through his initiative, Womenite

Thasneem is a self-taught cake artist who founded Cakestronomique

Meet the embryologist Thasneem Wahid who bakes amazing cakes in Kozhikode

Thasneem Wahid speaks aboutabout bala her career as an embryologist with her passion for baking the most versatile cakes

Amnesty International's BRAVE campaign was conducted in Manipur , to bring the stories of human rights activists to the masses of the state

Why Manipur's youth need to step up and be BRAVE to erase the ills of AFSPA

After decades of fighting for justice, campaigns like Amnesty International's BRAVE campaign are helping Manipur's young fight the good fight in a world besotted with Twitter and Instagram

The genesis of Dayananda Sagar University is a bold and ambitious venture sponsored by Mahatma Gandhi Vidya Peeta Trust

Want world-class education? Dayanand Sagar University is the place to be!

The University provides world-class infrastructure with respect to Academics, Library, Recreational facilities, Student Hostels, and cafeteria

A policewoman attached to the Railway Protection Force (RPF) in Mumbai has made her way into the school textbooks for her efforts in reuniting the 'missing' children with their families

Woman RPF from Mumbai makes her way into the textbooks for reuniting missing children with their families

She remembers when she had rescued three Tamil girls, who had claimed that they had been kidnapped and had managed to sneak out from the kidnappers' clutches

Kundu aims for simplicity with all my comics

This 20-year-old from Kolkata is behind the viral and cute Instagram account 'Shreya doodles'  

Shreya's humour is singularly hers. With simple drawings that often depict cats, dogs or humans — every comic strip delivers a punchline that is either funny, sarcastic or both

At the Dance World Cup qualifiers in Bengaluru

Two students of this self-taught artist from Hyderabad will now compete at the Dance World Cup in Barcelona

Bhanu Kiran and his students from Ekalavya Dance Studio will be competing at the Dance World Cup in Spain

The walk brought together gender activists and the general public in the pursuit of equal rights

Meet Kalyani Vallath from Trivandrum who started the 'Equ-all Walk' in support of gender and sexual equality

Kalyani Vallath speaks out about Equ-all, the fight for gender and sexual equality, and its importance in such trying times

Every year, since the past couple of decades, June 21 is celebrated as Fête de la Musique, or as it is more popularly known World Music Day

World Music Day: 10 things your favourite music legend said that will make your day

A R Rahman or AC/DC? They've all said something awesome outside of their songs. Check them out right here, right now

Hardit Singh, a twelve-year-old caricature artist from Chandigarh

This 12-year-old from Chandigarh is exhibiting caricatures of Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan. Check it out! 

Hardit Singh didn't really discover himself until he began caricaturing in school. Now he showcases his work at exhibitions across India

Nadapuram panchayat has come up with an initiative to set up a garden of various medicinal plants in schools

Local body in Kozhikode to set up a garden of medicinal plants in schools to acquaint students about their usage

In the first phase of the project, the local body will supply around 50 saplings of various medicinal plants to each selected schools

67-year-old Infant Tresa, a member of the Franciscan Clarist Congregation (FCC), feels that 'Yoga is secular' and 'it does not belong to any  particular religion

This Catholic nun from Kerala feels 'Yoga is secular' and has held classes for the past 30 years

As the country celebrates yet another International Yoga Day today, the nun says her strong faith in Yoga came from her own personal experience

This new device could potentially prevent the need for injections day in and day out

Chennai students develop breathalyser-like test for blood-less, prick-free diabetes check ​

The new device can detect diabetes by simply analyzing the breath of the patients' and measured the acetone levels - an indicator of diabetes in this case

Algeria has turned off its internet nationwide during high school exams in a bid to tackle cheating

Algeria shuts down internet in an effort to prevent cheating in high school exams 

Education Minister Nouria Benghabrit said that Facebook would be blocked across the country throughout the entire period from June 20-25

Youngsters need to practice Yoga for a good and healthy life, the Vice-president opines

Students should learn about Yoga in school curriculum: Vice-president Venkaiah Naidu

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, who also performed asanas at the International Yoga Day event, said Yoga, an ancient science, was important in the modern day world

As a part of Chitkara University collaboration with Strathmore University (in Kenya), the trip was organised

Chitkara University in Punjab hosts Strathmore University MBA healthcare students to understand differences in health systems of Kenya and India

Chitkara University had gathered stalwarts of various fields in the health sector at their campus to help the students interact and gain an in-depth understanding of health system in India

Baba Ramdev led the yoga celebrations in Rajasthan's Kota, with an aim to create a Guinness World Record

Moves like Ramdev: Yog Guru led Yoga Day celebrations in Rajasthan to create Guinness World Record

The first International Day of Yoga was observed all over the world on June 21, 2015, where more than 30,000 people, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, performed yoga asanas

A video message by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of Yoga Day was played at the beginning of the event

Why the UN thinks Yoga is 'very apt' in today's complex world dealing with stress and delusion

UN ambassadors, diplomats, spiritual leaders, members of civil society and children participated in a flagship Yoga Day event organised by India's Permanent Mission to the UN

International Yoga Day was introduced in 2015 and has since become a day to invite people the world  over to practice the ancient form of exercise

Yoga Day: Meet the oldest yoga teachers in the world who are still bending it better than Beckham

Age is just a number for these four women who have been practising and teaching yoga for decades now and are nowhere close to stopping

The satellite weighs only 33.36 grams

At 33.3 gms. Chennai students from HITS build world's lightest satellite ever!

The team from HITS built the satellite and entered it in a NASA competition. It will be field tested in a couple of months

You can get the best results via internet coaching too | Express

Give yourself Kota level coaching with online classes for JEE, NEET

The unwritten rule that you need to sweat it out in a coaching centre from dawn till dusk has flown out the window with the advent of online IIT JEE and NEET coaching by players like Aakash Live

The students now don't have to run after college authorities to check their answer papers, an RTI will do

Don't pay for a photocopy of your answer paper anymore, students can check it out free using RTI 

Students from Government Institutes can now inspect their corrected papers by applying for it through RTI, but they cannot take a copy or digital image of it

All vehicles will be subject to the regulations of the Shell Eco-marathon which can be accessed at the link

Gear up students: Shell is bringing Eco-marathon to India for the first time

India has been part of SEM for the last eight years. Since last year, Shell has enhanced its scope of search for future tech innovation in clean energy and future transport

. Regionally, sub-Saharan Africa is one of the least wired parts of the globe

Digital India, really? Only one in four adults use Internet in India

78 per cent of adults in India do not own a smartphone and a whopping 80 per cent of the population in the country have no clues about Facebook or Twitter

SpiceJet will be performing key yoga practices for 10 minutes on select flights on International Yoga Day

Yoga Day: SpiceJet cabin crew will get high on Isha asanas while up in the air

The SpiceJet crew, trained by the Isha Foundation, will be performing yoga asanas for passengers on International Yoga Day

On the International Day of Yoga, the importance of routine physical activity that is integrated into our daily lives must be grasped

Why WHO believes that Yoga can keep you from getting a heart attack young

For children aged 5-17 that means at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous-intensity activity daily. Adults require at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity weekly
 

The CM further announced agriculture will also be introduced as a subject to students from the next session | PTI | Representational photo

Dropout rates in schools reduced to 1% in Chhattisgarh, CM credits it to better resources

The Minister further said how children from all the poor, middle-class and rich families are also studying in government schools now

Sushma Swaraj was addressing Indian students in Paris in a week long, four nation visit

More Indian students will be able to study in France now, with the countries boosting their student exchange programmes

Addressing Indian students at Maison de l'Inde in Paris, Sushma Swaraj confirmed that student exchange programmes would be strengthened between the two nations

Stress could affect vision and lead to blindness

Stressing out? It could lead to blindness, new study finds

The study, which was published in the EPMA journal, found that continuous stress levels can negatively impact the eye, leading to progressive vision loss 

Police hope to track the teacher soon | Representational photo

Teacher, father of two from Odisha tortures tenth grade student by proposing to her by offering 'exam favours' 

Police said the teacher had proposed his love to the 15-year-old girl many times during tuition classes but  the girl turned down the proposal each time 

T'Puram Police has launched a week-long anti-narcotics drive

T'Puram Police team up with college anti-narcotics clubs to fight drug peddling

The second step will witness identification of the addicts. For this surveys would be conducted among the students as well as those communities that are prone to drug abuse

Authorities in institutions express concern over institutions not abiding by UGC norms and roster system in appointments of faculty

Affiliation for colleges without any 'reality check' draws flak at the Mysore Uni Academic Council

Deans of various faculty members express concern over institutions not abiding by UGC norms and roster system in appointments of faculty

Around 16 undergraduate and 19 postgraduate programmes were shut down by various engineering and polytechnic colleges in Kerala during 2017-18. Representative image

Introducing new programmes cost Kerala engg colleges dearly, several UG, PG courses shut down in 2017-18

Some of the programmes that have been shut down are PG in control systems, signal processing, thermal science, and bioprocessing

She also appreciated centre's push for the Yoga activities | Photo for representation only

Breathe in, breathe out: Meet Roopa M who healed over one lakh people with Yoga 

Roopa came to Ballari thirty years ago and began teaching yoga here. Today, she is the most sought-after yoga expert in the district.

The outbreak claimed at least 17 lives, including one nurse | PTI

Bye bye Nipah: Kerala musicians release two min song celebrating control over deadly virus 

The song that was released on June 14 has already turned viral on social media platforms and has garnered a huge support from music-lovers in Kerala

In the first phase Alappuzha North, Cherthala, Kayamkulam, Chengannur and Punnapra will be transformed into child-friendly stations

Now, 5 Alleppey police stations to have park, de-addiction and counselling centres in kid-friendly makeover

The child-friendly and model police stations will have a mini children's park, besides a de-addiction centre, facilities for counselling and personality training

Struggling against odds, Panali, a youth from the Gottiyarkandi tribal settlement, is on a mission to keep the music of his ancestors alive. Representative image

Unable to join Music College, Kerala youth Panali is on a mission to make their native Kurumba music cool again

Gottiyarkandi tribal settlement is home to one of Kerala’s most ancient tribal communities -the Kurumbas

IIT (BHU) will host Amazon services for cloud computing etc

IIT (BHU) MoU with Amazon Edu program will improve univ ranking: HRD Min Javadekar 

It can save cost and time and come out with good research that will benefit all sections of society

Three students in Kottayam alleged that they were cheated and lost money and certificates as the college lacks mandatory facilities

Nursing students cheated in AP turn to Kerala CM for help to resume studies

The students alleged they were denied hospital training and lab entry after they raised complaints against ill-treatment in the college

Subjects might struggle with a working memory task and show signs of front-loading | PTI

Teenagers beware: Binge-drinking session may affect your short-term memory

Teenage binge drinking is associated with reduced PFC activity, cognitive deficits, and later alcohol abuse. Yet, the mechanisms underlying these observations are unclear, the researchers said

The representatives will hone their skills in verification and training during five-day boot camps

Google to train 8k journalists to find and destroy fake news 

This network of certified trainers will then train more journalists and the workshops will be conducted in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Marathi and Kannada in cities across India

In a humanitarian gesture, some police personnel in Maharashtra pooled money to reward a physically challenged 17-year-old tribal boy. Representative image

Cops in Maharashtra reward physically challenged boy who cleared his SSC exam by writing with his feet

Kalpesh Dhoda appeared for his Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Examination conducted recently and wrote the exam papers with the help of his toes

The initiative is aimed at promoting transgender authors of Bengal | PTI

Kolkata set to host transgender literary meet in July

Five writers, from different walk of life, have expressed their willingness in participating in the event

The Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE) 2018 committee will conduct special OJEE for BTech and lateral entry to BTech, MBA, and MCA on July 22

Special Odisha Joint Entrance Examination for BTech, lateral BTech, MBA, MCA to be conducted on July 22

Download of rank cards, online registration, and filing of choices for the candidates will take place between July 27 and July 29

Education department had decided to constitute fee regulation committees in every district across Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh government decides to form panels to regulate fees as schools reopen

The private schools have already started the 2018-19 academic year and there are reports that the managements have collected exorbitant fees from the parents

110 students were detained by the police on the reopening day | Express

On college reopening day in Chennai, students arrested for carrying knives, creating nuisance 

The police released the students only after their parents gave a written undertaking that their wards would not display such behaviour in future

The most popular courses amongst Indian students are Business, Information Technology, Engineering, Science, and Hospitality

While choosing a foreign University, don't just focus on academics but also on employability

The UNSW Professional Development Program for International Students was nominated for an
Australian Financial Review Higher Education Award in 2016

Students checking for their names in the first cut-off list | PTI

Delhi University cut off 2018: All the numbers you need to know are HERE

Delhi University cut-offs have already attracted over 2.5 lakh applications within a day. While students with 95% have enough options to choose from, the rest are hoping for a lenient second list   

A couple in the US has seen the outpouring of support from thousands of people when they set out to raise money on Facebook for reuniting immigrant parents with their children

Facebook helps US couple raise $3.4 million for reuniting immigrant families

The US administration policy that separates immigrant parents from their children at the Mexico border has drawn criticism from different quarters

The representatives of private medical colleges in Karnataka have demanded a 15% hike in fee for undergraduate medical and dental courses for the academic year 2018-19

Private Medical Colleges in Karnataka demand a 15 per cent fee hike for UG medical and dental courses

The government has said that increasing the fee will be against the memorandum of understanding signed between private medical colleges and the state government during the 2017-18 academic year

Originated in Karnataka’s Bidar, its namesake Bidriware or bidri craft, previously a rage with the Nizams, has rarely any takers now

Bidri craft workers in Hyderabad go online in hope for reaping more profits

The reason behind the approach towards the cyberspace, apart from reaching more customers, is also reaping more profits

India will continue to have rigorous checks, while British education visa processes will become easier for countries like China and New Zealand

Keeping India out of the relaxed education visa list could be an 'act of self harm' for the UK, think tank says

In a recent change to immigration policies, Britain has made travelling to the country for education easier for a few nations, but has left India out of the list

The 36 hour long event is set to create a Guinness record

Puducherry is ready to set a Guinness record with 36 hour long yoga event

The event which is being conducted in connection with International Yoga Day, will see 121 women participating in the 36-hour long yoga programme

Students from Malayalee tribes in TN stage protests, demanding for ST community certificates

Unable to access government support, TN students from Malayalee tribes stage protests seeking ST community certificates

The ST community certificates, once issued to these Malayalee tribes from Bargur and Kalimalai Hills, will ensure them government support, especially for thier education

Aware India, a Chennai-based NGO has taken the initiative to start a conversation about child sexual abuse

Save the smile: This Chennai NGO is educating parents on how to deal with child sexual abuse

“Aware India” was started in 2012, their first project in 2015 was in Chemmenchery

Geeta Madhavan was the first woman from Asia to get a PhD in International Terrorism

Songs of a Crystal Bird: How Geeta Madhavan went from legal briefs to lilting poetry on life

Advocate and terrorism expert, Geeta Madhavan surprised her family and friends by bringing out a book of poems — written everywhere from inside a courtroom to an airport waiting lounge

The Minister said that 33 new initiatives have been taken in the last four years to strengthen the educational system | PTI

National Education Policy by end of 2018: Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar

While making the announcement, he refuted the allegations that the government was working to curtail the autonomy of IIMs and other institutes of eminence.

Medical aspirants are awaiting clarification on when the 'missing' medical colleges will be added on the site

Medical aspirants in a tizzy as reputed medical colleges from AP and TS remain missing from web-counselling site

Two colleges from Andhra Pradesh and six from Telangana State were missing in the Medical Counselling Committee website, leaving students in a state of confusion

A youth from Cherthala went to Moscow to watch the Fifa World Cup on a bicycle

This Math teacher from Kerala is cycling 4,300 km to Russia to get Messi's autograph

Clifin Francis reached the border of Russia on June 5 and he still needs to travel more than 480 km to reach Moscow

Meghana Shanbhag, the first woman fighter pilot from South India and the sixth in the country, had always tried to channelise her adventurous spirit

Meet Meghana Shanbhag, the first woman fighter pilot from South India who is all set for her next-level training

Meghana completed her schooling till Class 4 at the local Maharishi Vidyamandir Public School in the outskirts of the city

Both the Centre and the States need to 'jack up' their budget on health and education

India has over 10 cr youth. But are they skilled to take up competitive jobs? 

If India is not able to get its act together, it will never be able to go into the developed group of nations, opined T V Mohandas Pai, Chairman of Manipal Global Education

CBSE School fee has been on the rise, in the absence of a regulatory mechanism

Parents to pay one lakh for admissions in Class 1! Does CBSE need fee regulations? 

An admission into Standard IV for her daughter cost nearly Rs 70,000 for Shobana and it took her a protest and a complaint to the Central Board of Secondary Education for the fees to be reduced

Villagers from Saradamangalam in Tiruchy have pledged to enroll their wards only in government schools and Anganwadis

Villagers in Tiruchy resort to crowdsourcing for keeping government schools, Anganwadis alive

The village has about 220 children, where around 120 go to the government school and nearly 54 children go to the Anganwadi

Protests took place in Vijayawada demanding the cancellation of Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) for Physical Education Trainers

Protests in Vijayawada demanding cancellation of TET exam for physical education trainers

State HRD Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao reacted on the issue of question paper leakage and to the protests of the candidates

Debasish Das, 25, of Satmura of Belonia under South Tripura District has been selected for the climb to highest peaks of Mt Everest

Tripura youth first one from the district selected to climb Mt Everest

There will be seven members in the team and they have to walk and climb 20 km of Himalayans roads on an average every day to reach the highest peaks of Everest

Karthik was shot dead when he went out into the streets to help others who had been injured in the firing

Thoothukudi's fallen son: Why Karthik was a protestor and a gentleman who will live forever

The ardent Ajith fan was shot in his head as he went out to help the others who were lying wounded and dead on the streets that fateful day

The Child Protection Units will be expanded to all districts of the State to address issues of child rights and child abuse

District Child Protection Units to be set up in all 31 districts of Telangana

The units are currently present in 10 districts and is soon going to be expanded to the others too, with staff recruitments for the units underway

Over 36 million people practice Yoga in the US

Gaga over Yoga: Hundreds of yoga enthusiasts gather in the US to kick-start celebrations for the upcoming International Yoga Day

The event organised by the Consulate General of India comes a few days ahead of the fourth anniversary of International Yoga Day

The study shows that with more women leaders, governments tend to be less corrupted

This study tells us why we need more women in leadership roles across the world

The new study spanning 125 countries, suggests that corruption is lower in governments where more women have significant roles

Public Works Minister G Sudhakran inaugurated the mobile dental clinic arranged by the Alappuzha Government Dental Medical College

Public work minister in Allepey inaugurates mobile dental clinic for helping the poor

The facilities of the mobile clinic will be available to social service organisations and residents' associations

Author Ashwin Sanghi speaks at the New Indian Express Edex 40under40 start-up summit

Don't let failure stop you from dreaming: Ashwin Sanghi's advice to young entrepreneurs at TNIE's 40under40 summit

You have to psych yourself into believing that there is something waiting for you around the corner, says Ashwin Sanghi

Father's Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society

Five things you definitely shouldn't tell your dad this Fathers' Day

This Fathers' Day make it extra special for your dads and don't tell them these things for sure

Google on Saturday remembered the famous German glass chemist Marga Faulstich

Google Doodle celebrates 103rd birth anniversary of famous glass chemist Marga Faulstich

Marga Faulstich was a German glass chemist. She worked for Schott AG for 44 years

Started by two young and active madrasians, is MadrAsian - the new pan-Asian restaurant in town, treating your senses to everything which is eco and artisan-friendly with its set-up

MadrAsian will you give you a dining experience that will leave you environmentally woke

Started by two youngsters with their love for the environment, this new pan Asian restaurant is all about making food a sustainable experience

A medical aspirant from Rajasthan's Barmer district allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself

18-year-old NEET aspirant from Rajasthan commits suicide on video call with father

A primary investigation suggested the boy was not under study stress

GreenBUG is a uniquely designed eco-friendly dustbin liner. It is an alternative to plastic liners

This Bengaluru couple is saving the planet while also creating jobs for underprivileged women

The women who benefit from greenBUG work in Bangalore too are deserving of all the support that they can be given and are eager to earn the supplemental income that the work brings them

The flea market will be hosting a book exchange

'Flea' to this fun book exchange at the Madras Margarita flea market

Lakshmi Palaniappan, the brain behind Madras Margarita - the one-of-a-kind flea market in Chennai - came up with idea of a book exchange at the flea, thanks to her love for books

Four-member panel at TNIE's 40under40 Summit in Hyderabad speak about the concerns that start-ups face

How to build a great start-up? Four-member panel at TNIE's 40under40 Summit lays down what it takes to be at the top

The panel also answered some interesting questions from the gathering and gave insights on how one can lay a foundation to become a successful entrepreneur

TalentSprint CEO Santanu Paul speaks at the TNIE Edex 40 under 40 start-up Summit in Hyderabad

Who is a successful entrepreneur? TalentSprint CEO Santanu Paul speaks about handling failures like a boss

At a masterclass ahead of the Edex 40 Under 40 start-up summit, the entrepreneurs shared their doubts with Santanu Paul, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of TalentSprint

Kalvakuntla Taraka Rama Rao, IT Minister Telangana speaks at the TNIE Edex 40 Under 40 Start-up Summit

Telangana IT Minister K T Rama Rao's usual wit was in all its glory at TNIE's 40under40 Summit

From the way K T Rama Rao dresses to the way he addresses a crowd, he has a certain resonance, especially with the youth, something that many politicians always aspire for but seldom attain

Good sleep, healthy lifestyle and an early start to the day, can help your mental health

'Early to rise' should be the new mantra for keeping depression at bay, suggests study

The study which explored the links between mental health, sleep cycles and genetics, suggests that those who wake early are less likely to develop depression

The incident was personal to Rahul in more ways than one

#Assamlynchning: Former JNU student and Assamese musician Rahul Rajkhowa releases song about mob lynchings

The musician says he had written the song weeks ago but chose to release it at this time to bring down the communal tension in the state after the mob lynchings

72-year-old Lakshmi Bai, who earns a livelihood by typing documents on a typewriter in front of the District Collectorate in Madhya Pradesh's Sehore. Representative image

Meet 72-year-old 'superwoman' stenographer Lakshmi Bai from Madhya Pradesh

On June 12, Sehwag shared a video of her on Twitter and said that the Indian youth can learn a lot from her

Aloke Kumar's son Abhishek was hit by a public bus at Metcalfe Street, Lal Bazar in Kolkata

This is Calcutta I love: IIM-K prof writes FB post thanking people who saved his son's life 

Aloke Kumar is Associate Professor at IIM Calcutta and was a Professor of Communication at University of Calcutta

First Bench was established in 2013 under the brand name IITBUDS at Chennai

Why the First Bench in Chennai is the new cool in school 

Salai Arjun, the young and dynamic founder of this next-gen coaching prep enterprise, talks shop about the entrance exam market

A Messi fan in West Bengal has painted his three-storeyed house in the blue and white colours of Argentina

Football Fever: Messi fan from Bengal paints house in Argentina colours

53-year-old Shib Shankar Patra, a tea-stall owner in West Bengal’s 24 North Parganas district, saved the most from his earnings to make it to the FIFA World Cup being held in Russia

89% parents believe that Math is the toughest subject for their kids

Scared of Maths? It's a condition and here's what you should know about it

While 68% of the parents surveyed were not aware of the concept of ‘Math Anxiety’, 67% of them said they are willing to take corrective measures in case their child is suffering from this condition

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