Hay said students in Kerala seemed less sure of their future plans (Representative image)

India's education system needs a revamp, says MP Richard Hay

Hay also praised the NCERT syllabus and stressed on the need for schools to guide students towards it

Parents and students need to equio themselves with information regarding the various opportunities available

Around 400 school students in Madurai made aware of untapped career options at IOC career guidance workshop 

The programme conducted by the Indian Oil Corporation's Madurai division saw around 400 students from various government schools in attendance

Infrastructure and teachers are two areas the government is also looking to improve

Uttar Pradesh government mulls over changing syllabus of primary schools in bid to improve and educate

Students of government schools have been given uniforms to encourage and encourage confidence and the will to learn

A glimpse of the WallRide Park

WallRide Park in Hyderabad is where you need to head to if extreme sports catches your fancy

BMX, skating, biking - explore all the thrills of it all and much more at Hyderabad's WallRide Park

Byju believes that explaining concepts by relating it to real life experiences improves understanding and retention of concepts

The BYJU interview: How this one man is making alternate learning app-solutely easy and interesting 

From holding live sessions at jam-packed auditoriums to transforming himself into an app, Byju Raveendran, the man behind the BYJU'S app, changed the face of the modern education in India

It's time for Pilates with Pankti

Pankti Gada teaches both pilates and yoga and she is just 21-years-old

This young self-taught trainer is all about fitness and believes that this is the career she wants to follow

Karan Vig loves his Kurta to go with saree and brocade drapes, Also he likes antique jewellery adorned with subtle make up. Picture: Jainish Vig

How it is like for a man to wear a saree and step out of his house? Let's solve this criss-CROSS puzzle       

Crossdressers are not new to India, neither is people staring at them strangely. But isn't it time to get over it? Here's what these men have to say about the lack of acceptability of the concept    

The nineteen-year old Aroh Akunth is resorting to Facebook in a final attempt to seek justice

AUD pushed me to quit, fail because I am queer and a dalit: Student's FB post is asking a lot of uncomfortable questions about our colleges 

After what he claims is harassment against him because he is queer and a Dalit, this student turned to Facebook to make an appeal for his case - an ostensibly last ditch attempt 

The situation only gets worse when this happens during the peak of college and school admissions

ERROR 404 for 100 days: Infuriated, frustrated GenY in Darjeeling talks about the indefinite internet blackout 

Travelling miles to fill an admission form and spending big bucks to get basic information is the most normal thing to do for the youth in Darjeeling. How long do you think the youth can take it?  

Over 1,500 students from across the country have gathered for NIT Tiruchy's annual four-day event | Youtube|

It's Festember time for NIT Tiruchy and over 1K college students from across India are attending

The fest, which will centre around it's theme for the year 'Orient', will also showcase flavours of East and SouthEast Asian countries

Education is being used to rehabilitate rescued children (Representative picture)

Coimbatore district witnesses 50 per cent decrease in child labour in a decade thanks to awareness, education

The National Child Labour Project revealed that 20 per cent of the calls that reported cases of child labour were false

The founders believe the real tough task is to engage the students into trial sessions

Online portal Vedantu ensures that students not only excel in studies but also fall in love with it

Now learning is getting real-easy for the students with Vedantu tutorial platform where teachers provide coaching over the internet

The characters were developed over a series of improvisations workshops that the team attended over the course of a month

WCC brings its original script to stage this year and it's worth every minute

For the first time ever, WCC has brought its own original script to the stage and its loosely based on the Grimms' fairytale - 'Town Musicians of Bremin'

MP Varun Gandhi said that he hadn't drawn his salary in years

My name is Gandhi. If it'd been Ahmed, I wouldn't have been here: How Varun Gandhi slayed nepotism and his Gandhi tag 

Varun Gandhi, who spoke at GLIM in Chennai, condemned TN's MLAs for taking a hike while their farmers were protesting in Delhi

These books are available for free on the library website

Book lovers rejoice, Tamil Nadu Virtual Academy digitises and uploads around 10K rare Tamil books

A chunk of the books are from the personal collection of Serfoji II, a former ruler of Thanjavur, while others are coming from the library as well as eight participating centres

From Law to racing, this biker chick is turning wheels and existing norms | Srinivasa Krishnan

Still I Race: This female motorcycle racer likes putting some dust on those ageing stereotypes

Third year Law student Deepika Sriram entered the racing circuit early this year but is head over (w)heels for the sport

Classrooms need to be more interactive and open to thought, say the students

Do India's teaching methods need a revamp? These students suggest changes that can make the classroom lively and fun

These students demand understanding teachers, a platform for freedom of expression and thought and a seperation from archaic classroom learning

All the four 'Electrofoodies' are fourth year students who credit MIT for their success |@hcmariwala/ Twitter

No man, just puri: India's favorite street food gets a modern twist thanks to these Manipal students

The machine, invented by four Manipal Institute of Technology students, works at the push of a button and is nothing like India's chaat scene has ever seen 

A production still from Vivek's A Story of Two Veils

Student Oscars 2016 semi-finalist Vivek R Nipani peeks behind the veil of patriarchy for his film A Story of Two Veils

Director Vivek Nilani, with his documentary, is attempting to give a voice to the voiceless women of Rajasthan and helping the society look beyond patriarchy.

The founder of Goonj, Anshu Gupta

Anshu Gupta through Goonj has brought back dignity to the act of giving and wants it to become a movement 

The Ramon Magsaysay Award winner talks about how he doesn't mind people replicating the model of his foundation, Goonj which was started back in 1999 

The Madras High Court

HC quashes Edwin Joe's appointment as Director of Medical Education, S Revwathy new director

The Court found that Dr S Revwathy was more eligible for the post as she was more senior on the Civil Medical List

Students at the photo exhibition at IIT Hyderabad

On display: Photographs clicked by 27 IIT Hyderabad students are showcased at their campus for a photo exhibition  

Find photographs clicked by 27 IIT Hyderabad students at the photo exhibition which will go on till September 26 on their campus 

A still from Village Rockstars

Village Rockstars, the movie by Assamese filmmaker Rima Das, took the right turn to Toronto Film Festival

This filmmaker’s second venture Village Rockstars premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and we ask her how does one leverage the most out of film festivals among other things 

ROHINGYA

Facebook in trouble? Activists recording the Rohingya persecution accuse the giant of silencing their protests

Facebook in turn claims that the content is against their "community standards"

Vikas believes that keeping it as personal as possible is the best strategy to eliminate what we don’t want from education

Pearson India's Tech-learn programme might add digital vibe to your classrooms

MyPedia is Pearson India’s latest fully-integrated learning programme. Let's find out from the MD about the programme and what to expect from Pearson in the future

The Chairman has been arrested and is being interrogated by the CBI

CBI arrests Chairman of private medical college for allegedly bribing members of the MCI 

An Army officer has also been arrested for providing information regarding inspections of the Medical Council of India to the accused Chairman

The co-founders managed to merge animation and film direction so artfully, that they create something entirely new — Falana Films

This Bengaluru-based studio has gained attention for social causes by routing animation and film in one path  

Aarthi Parthasarathy and Chaitanya Krishna, the brains behind Falana Films, talk about how they took Bengaluru by storm

Avinash Tiwari of pCloudy one of Asia’s largest mobile testing cloud organisations

From Nowhere to Softwares: Gen Y today survives on Apps and this man tests them for you

Avinash Tiwari holds the largest mobile testing cloud organisations in Asia — pCloudy, that works on different levels of testing from manual to automated ones

Allvet Pet Clinic's Pet Grooming Van is ready to go

Lather, rinse, repeat and groom your pet to 'pet-fection' on wheels    

The Allvet Pet Clinic is out with its new mobile pet grooming van

Pradeep Lokhande wants to bring back the habit of reading

Hope springs eternal in the heart of Pradeep Lokhande  

To inculcate reading by setting up libraries is his mission and he is not going to stop at anything

The Commission states that they have not seen a dearth in applications even after Brexit

Brexit won't affect Indian students, want more South Indian students to avail scholarships: British High Commission

At a meeting held in Chennai, the Commission invited more Indian students to avail UK scholarships and cleared the air about apprehensions regarding Brexit

the aim of the programme is to allow the students to get the experience technology and work with it to enhance not only their skills but develop their ideas too

Dell's 'Campassador' programme is here again to create an interactive platform for students

Ritu Gupta, marketing director, Consumer and Small Business, Dell India discusses the new student programmes lined up for this year

Only 100 out of 10000 colleges have approached HLL Lifecare Limited

Looks like Bengaluru colleges do not want menstrual hygiene on their campuses

Out of the 10,000 city colleges that were expected to place orders for sanitary napkin vending machines and incinerators, only 100 approached the concerned company

Women are often discouraged from joining the army by their parents and families

As the Ministry of Defence mulls over recruiting women for combat roles, these women officers are all for it

The armed forces have always been thought of as a man's job, but with the Indian Army mulling over recruting women in combat roles, senior female officers see a progression towards women empowerment

Various political student parties in HCU have come together to form the Alliance of Social Justice

UoH's Alliance for Social Justice is completely unlike JNU's Left Alliance but has same agenda- fighting right-wing propaganda

 

Several student parties on campus have joined together to form the Alliance for Social Justice to counter the ABVP in the HCU polls scheduled to take place on September 21
 

Vidit was the first Indian to win the World Youth Chess Champion in the sub junior U-14 category

Vidit Gujrathi, who is the 4th Indian chess Grandmaster to break into the 2700 ELO club, talks about the game

Three-time Asian Youth Chess Championship winner, gold medalist at the Commonwealth Games and the youngest player to qualify for 'National A' in Chennai — this 22-year-old has pledged to own the sport

Home Made Jams at one of their sessions

Indeed, the best jams are the homemade kind

Home Made Jams believes in the goodness of home when it comes to shooting covers or mashups of songs

Elca Grobler wants to end domestic violence and prevent sex trafficking

Why choosing her favourite TED Talk is like choosing a favourite child for Elca Grobler

Ahead of TEDxHyderabad, the founder of My Choices Foundation talks to us about what matters to her the most 

Sandhya (right) has been fighting stigma and raising awareness for the Indian girl child | Photo Courtesy: Women's Web

This woman from Andhra Pradesh is giving shelter to girls who are shunned by their own families

Through her orphanage for abandoned girls— Aarti Homes—  Sandhya Puchalapalli is sensitising India towards the plight of its girl children  

Then 23-year-old Harshini Kanhekar Urankar was trained at the National Fire Service College (NFSC) in Nagpur

India's first female firefighter Harshini Kanhekar Urankar talks about being the only girl in the entire college  

From being judged for being a woman firefighter to inspiring many girls to join the National Fire Service College (NFSC), she has come a long way. Hang on, because the journey has just started

Kari closely follows Emma Watson and her work. 15 years have passed since then and today, this 28-year-old mother of a little girl works in a movie store in Indianapolis

Hey look, it’s Emma Watson! Oh wait, is it really her? Kari Lewis, her look-alike, has the answer

28-year-old Kari Lewis shot to fame when she was recognised as Emma Watson's doppelganger. It's been 15 years since then and she is loving every bit of it

Indie dogs are often ignored but have  alot of love to give regardless

Looking to adopt a dog? You can show strays your love by going Indie

People shy away from adopting native dogs, but they are easily trained, hardy and loyal; And they are perfect for apartment living

IIT-M, in collaboration with Telangana State Southern Power Distribution Company Limited (TSSPDCL) and Rural Electrification Corporation, took up this project to provide electricity

IIT Madras's latest initiative to bring solar technology to rural Telangana is indeed a bright one 

The age-old problem of poeple in a small village in Telangana has now been solved as IIT Madras took their solar-powered technology to these households

The RHA has also started a programme to get young slum children to join schools

These 'Robinhoods' from across the globe are breaking barriers to feed the hungry. Here's how

Quite like the celebrated hero, The Robin hood Army takes from the rich for the poor — but unlike the legendary outlaw, they are not after money, and it's all above board

Mohammed Ashiq receiving his degree in Computer Engineering

Nothing is stopping this Chennai man on wheels from achieving his dreams

This young 22-year-old has a bright future ahead of him and he sees no obstacles big enough to stop him from realising his dreams

Sharath Sriram and Madhu Bhaskaran have both won the Eureka Award, Australia's top Oscar-style Science Awards in the years 2016 and 2017 respectively

Couple goals: Chennai couple win Australia's top Science Award a year apart from each other

Madhu Bhaskaran, a native of Chennai has won the Eureka Award for her work in wearable electronics just a year after her husband won the same award

The 49-year-old Khatri decided to pursue stand-up comedy just a mere six years ago

Atul Khatri tells you why stand-up comedy isn't that funny when you are not on the audience side   

Atul Khatri, who goes by the handle Horny Sindhi, talks about why he left East India Company and about the shelf life of a comedian

Activist Gauri Sawant

Transgender activist Gauri Sawant on how motherhood has changed her 

Ahead of her talk at TEDxHyderabad, Mumbai-based Gauri Sawant who shot to fame with the Vicks AD #TouchOfCare, talks about life post the AD

MBA remains the predominant programme format considered by candidates with both prior business master’s degrees and non-business master’s degrees

What does an MBA have in store for you? This expert opinion can help you take the right call

Kunal Nehruji of GEMS B School talks about the pros, cons, and everything in between of MBA in India and beyond

The festival conducts an open call and invites photographers from around the world to exhibit | Pic: Sudhakar Olwe

EDEX COVERS: Indian Photo festival is around the corner and here is something you should know 

The Indian Photo Festival promises to be a fun-filled ride for everybody and will be held across multiple venues for 18 days. Edex catches up with a few photographers who will be a part of it

High time that we make school a safer place for the students

Ryan murder case: This 20-point guide can help keep students safe on the school campus

Ashok Desikan, Managing Director, Strategic Solution Group, TOPSGRUP explains the need of a safer environment for the children. Here's is his plan of action 

Break free from the stigma, move on

I'm on my period, so? These girls talk about ditching menstrual taboos and breaking free

Long gone are the days when white was a forbidden colour during teenage and saying the word 'period' was an unimaginable sin. These tell society why it should move on

Parents need to engage in conversation with their kids about isues od abuse and make them aware of the issue

Salem initiates Kailash Sathyarthi's Bharat Yatra to slay the evils of child abuse

Parents need to address the elphant in the room, shushing your child is no longer an option. The Bharat Yatra campaign aims to sensitise and create awareness as well as provide collective solutions

The theme of TEDxHyderabad 2017 in DO

13 speakers, 2,500 attendees, one day and just one agenda, to DO

TEDxHyderabad, happening on the September 24, promises to be bigger and better this time around.

The self-claimed rapper released the song in 2015, and has risen to fame following a large fan following, including in the big cities

These young women tell you why the 'Bolo Aunty Aun Kya' video is the most derogatory trending video

There is a fine line between expression and offense. The Aunty Mai Aau Kya song, though viral, dangles closer to the latter and has sparked national outrage

Premanand Sethurajan | Pics: Sunish P Surendran

Engineer's Day: From Bernoulli's theorem to maths in sambhar, meet the man who's saying 'Let's Make Engineering Simple' to Tamil Nadu 

You've probably seen his videos. If you haven't, then you should check them out ASAP. They actually make Engineering sound interesting. Meet, Premanand Sethurajan, the man in the LMES videos

Actress Kriti Sanon with Regional Director of Education New Zealand John Laxon

Talking to Kriti Sanon, the closet nerd and the new brand ambassador for Education New Zealand, about her childhood and #educationgoals 

With Kriti Sanon as brand ambassador and a string of special initiatives for India, sthe Regional director also weighs in on how New Zealand is sure to win the hearts of Indian students

Kailash Sathyarthi says he will not be at peace until children are safe, until the war for their rights is met

No ordinary march, this is war: Kailash Sathyarthi on his movement against child abuse

Kailash Sathyarthi believes that youth play a supreme role in meeting this goal,and envisions them as India's main hope in this dark, dark war

Curfews, reuke and strict impositions have GenY feeling cornered and caged

Really mom: Millenials share their most bizarre restrictions by parents. Relatable?

We love our parents and understand their need for restrictions, but can they understand our need for a break? 

Anypriya Meenakshi aka Doctor Drama

All this doctor prescribes is drama, drama and more drama! 

Doctor Drama’s videos can take those blues away. And the good doctor from Mumbai aims to do just that 

While it has long been warned that phones are harmful, Gen Y's obsession with the block of technology is borderline dangerous

Expert view: The evolution of the smartphone from a helpful device to a deathtrap rife with addiction and blue whales

Although invented to make life easier and convenient, the increasing use of smartphones and the internet by school-going children and teenagers is slowly exposing them to harmful addictions

Ali Asgar Kagzi, Director of Genext holds a degree in Marketing Strategy

Bidding farewell to the old education system, these Gen Y tutorpreneurs are gearing up for EDU-FUSION

Brain behind India's first hybrid tutoring platform Ali Asgar Kagzi explains the need to reform the archaic Indian Education System and mix things up a bit to cater to Gen-next

Dr George Kohlrieser was in the city  to attend a two-day workshop on High-Performance Leadership organised by LIBA

He had a knife to his throat and a gun to his head. But that never stopped this former hostage from teaching the art of good communication across the globe

Dr George Kohlrieser has in his five decades as a hostage negotiator been taken hostage four times while on duty. His mantra: You gotta keep em talking and form a bond

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Reena Puri, the lady behind all the nostalgic memories you had in school, talks about Amar Chitra Katha and Tinkle

The Bengaluru-based Executive Editor of Amar Chitra Katha and former Assistant editor of Tinkle opens up about her journey in the industry and shares some secrets about her favourite characters 

Manasa talks about movies, importance of adoption and of being unconventional

I am a Telugu Ammai through and through, says Miss India Asia Pacific Manasa Jonnalagadda

Mana ammai, Manasa Jonnalagadda is making us all proud in the national arena with her newly attained title, Miss India Asia Pacific. City Express gets candid with her 

Many of the kids are agedbetween 16 to 19 years and are being encouraged to go to these centres by their parents

Post drug-crackdown, Hyderabad teens swarm to de-addiction centres, parents acting as motivators

The intense crackdown that rattled Hyderabad came with a silver lining. Many parents are now eager to identify and send their children to rid them of their addiction to drugs

TDU with international partners such as UNEP, UNCTAD, McGill University, University of Addis Ababa, Ministry of Environment, Ethiopia and others would be designing the syllabus for this course

Passionate about Conservation but unsure of how to implement them? Here is a short-term certificate course at The Transdisciplinary University in Bengaluru that can help

The three-month course can help one acquire skills of leadership by giving a brief training on basic aspects in the other fields as well

The YourDost team aims to spread a little calmness and comfort to those feeling like giving up

Feeling blue and suicidal? This Karnataka online counselling platform can be YourDost

A Bengaluru startup is working its way towards eliminating student suicides one youngster at a time. This online counselling platform is virtually saving lives 

Nayanthara, who was once a design engineer feels that Cuemath has created so many opportunities with career

Hence proved: With Cue-math, these Corporate employees turned teachers are making Maths fun for the children 

 These three teachers from Karnataka who woke up from their career breaks to become Cuemath teachers

The group attacked four websites of Ryan International School

Ryan Murder: Meet Kerala hacktivists 'Red Lizard' and Co who've just taken down Ryan International School's website

After hacking Maneka Gandhi's site, Kerala Cyber Warriors are on a social cause rampage - here's how they tell us why they do it in a previous hush-hush chat-terview

Short filmmaker S N G Karthik

Filmmaker S N G Karthik has a fairly straightforward story behind which is determination

There are no twist and turns to S N G Karthik's story, there is just a single-minded will to succeed 

A strap from the Kiki Store

Ever heard of camera straps made of Pochampally ikat? Well, now you have!

Photographer Kishor Krishnamoorthi is reinventing the camera strap to make it more fashionable and functional

Prime Minister meets and wishes the six-member crew of INSV Tarini ahead of their adventure on the high-seas

Naval officer from Manipur overcomes hydrophobia, to sail the globe with India's first all-women crew

Vijaya Devi, who overcame her fear of water when she joined the Indian Navy, and her crew-mates will sail across the globe from September to March 2018

All school staff will have to undergo heavy checking following the brutal Gurugram murder

Ryan murder effect: All staff in Jammu schools to be put under heavy police scrutiny

As the nation reels from the shock of the #Ryanschoolmurder, strict measures are being implemented by institutions, the government and other groups to create a safer environment for children in school

This 29-year-old Delhi-based documentary photographer also likes cooking and poetry

Detached from the Metro: Self-taught Photographer finds his love in capturing the 'Edges of India'

The 29-year-old documentary photographer, Krish Bhalla, showcased his works in Indira Gandhi National Centre to mark 'World Photography Day'

The Education Department has failed to provide textbooks to 150 Mysuru schools

Half a year gone, students in 150 Mysuru schools yet to recieve textbooks

Payments have been made, exams have begun but books are yet to reach their destination. A Karnataka Education official says parents assume that the schools have misused the money

Now aspiring Architects will be getting skillful training in Building the environment

Hear it from Ramya Khare: An architecture student explains the nuts and bolts of urban design

With courses like Strategic Design Thinking and Business of Workplace Design, Anant National University plans to mould individuals who can create a sustainable built environment

Oblivious to all this sadness and worry are the children who have bright smiles on their faces

The abandoned Rohingyas of Tamil Nadu: Stories of children with no motherland

About 19 Rohingya families live in a small settlement on the outskirts of Chennai and the news of the deportation has left them fearful about the future of their children 

The poll was conducted on 8,208 citizens

Schools should be charged if they can't keep their students safe, say 88% parents in online survey

A majority of parents in the survey suggested a background check and police verification for staff, seperate toilets for kids and staff besides other guidelines

Police personnel on guard outside Ryan International School, Gurgaon where a 7-year old student was allegedly sexually assaulted and murdered |PTI

Get more women drivers, conductors: Maneka Gandhi to raise pitch at high-level MHRD meeting following Ryan student's murder

Several guidelines are expected to be raised in the high level MHRD meeting including strict rules on the employment of non-teaching staff to ensure safety of children in schools

The ABVP is ironically choosing to go the un-sanskaari way and bribe students with western fast food

Overly enthusiastic DU right wing parties distribute pizzas to woo voters even on 'No Campaign' day

Delhi University is having its elections today but incidents of bribery are still taking place on campus

Dr Seyezhai marks that its her passion towards Electronics and Communication has brought her all the way to this invention

With power charging and a speed of 40kmph, this solar cart can be your green dream of the year

Dr Seyezhai and Bharathi Sanker of SSN College, Chennai have come up with this mean machine. Thus, doing their bit to curb pollution and making the planet a more sustainable place to live in    

Malvika Iyer

Your daily dose of inspiration: After losing her hands at the age of 13, Malvika Iyer is now a world famous motivational speaker

She lost her hands in a bomb blast but that did not stop her from inspiring lives, giving speeches at the UN and being invited to co-chair the World Economic Forum summit

Renuka Shahane raises some pertinent questions on the school administration

It's time for us to be destroyed: Renuka Shahane's post on Ryan murder case is going viral for the right reasons

How do we make things safe for our kids? The school Principal is suspended but what about the Trustees or Chairperson? With questions like these, the actor demands an answer from the authorities

Group of students from St Agnes in association with Bliss professional salon organised 'Locks of love'

Locks of love: Scribes from St Agnes College join hands with an NGO for a hair donation campaign

As an initiative to solve the problems of the cancer patients, Journalism and Mass communication students from St Agnes came up with the idea of 'Locks of love', a hair donation campaign

Sheril G Kadavan in her video that's crossed 8 million views

I'm horrified: How Jimikki Kammal's Dancing Prof Sheril Kadavan's life turned upside down after the video went viral

The Accounts teachers from ISC, Kochi says that she's shocked at the amount of fake profiles that have been created and the kind of information they're spreading about in cyberspace

Former VC Claims that SC/ST funds are being diverted for other purposes

Former VC of Manonmaniam Sundaranar University sheds light upon the shoddy state of schools run by SC/ST welfare department 

Manonmaniam Sundaranar University's former VC points out at the SC/ST welfare department that the schools in the state are in poor shape

Anjali Joseph even worked for a newspaper for three years

Wake up-drink coffee-write: This British-Indian author has the perfect recipe to emerge as one of the best authors in the country

Anjali Joseph from Mumbai opens up about her career transition from a teacher to an award winning writer

The Club's first meeting was held at the Cosmopolitan club

Shakespeare Millennium Club: A Chennai-based club that has been breathing life into the Shakespearean era for the last 15 years 

The Club's first meeting was held on 23 April 2003. Jamuna Kalyani Sridhar, one of the founders, tells how this small meeting turned into a routine that hasn't been broken yet

The team believes that their music is 'locally international'

Make way for Oorali Express: A bus loaded with ten artists from Kerala who travel, perform and act to spread a social message 

With the stage being their bus, they can pick any spot and get started with the show. But is it always that easy? Let's ask the artists

Geeta Kumari and her gang of four | Facebook

EXCLUSIVE: There were arrest warrants against Kanhaiya Kumar, I'm sure it'll be the same for me: Geeta Kumari, JNU's newly elected Student Union President

An Army child, JNUSU prez-elect Geeta Kumari is not wasting any time celebrating her victory. She is already working out ways to handle both issues plaguing the university as well as the country

Be it pushed to the third, BAPSA supporters are considering it as a victory

JNU Polls: Drubbing aside, ABVP's Nidhi Tripathi says they've managed to "prove their strength" on campus

With the results of JNUSU being announced, ABVP's presidential candidate Nidhi Tripathi claims that she made serious inroads this time. Also, the elections also had 127 NOTA votes polled

Murtle offers sandals with changeable straps

Ladies, here are sandals with changeable straps brought to you by Murtle

Already on his third start-up of footwear, Shashank Pawar embodies the true spirit of a new entrant

Cops after the murder scene at Ryan International on Friday

Gurgaon School Murder: Don't mind involving CBI if parents want it that way: Haryana Education Minister

The Haryana government had earlier arrested the accused in the 7-year-old boy's murder case, but now the educational minister says that the government is not against ordering CBI probe 

The top 10  would be a mix of Management, Arts and Technical institutions

IITs and IIMs can now admit an extra 30 percent foreign students to foster 'international cooperation, courtesy UGC's new diktat

Top Eminent Government institutions in India, which will possibly include IITs and IIMs will now admit extra 30 percent of foreign students under the new UGC guidelines

All India Student Association, Democratic Federation of India and the Student Federation of India joined together to fight the right wing ABVP/ Pic: Shafaq Khan/Facebook

Left sweeps the Right away at the JNU polls, Geeta Kumari is new president

The election counting concluded on Saturday night and the winners have been announced; ABVP comes second

Samson is taking the help of his friends and family to make the hashtag go viral

You must have heard of Blue Whale Challenge! This Dolphin Challenge by a Chennai-based psychologist is India's counter for it 

David Samson has found a way to counter the Blue Whale challenge — by initiating a game that encourages people to become more positive in their lives

Merwyn Couhinto has covered all the states in the country

I live in my car: 40-year-old Mangalorean explains what it is like to be on the road for the last seven years

Ever wanted to go on a road trip that could last a lifetime? Merwyn Couhinto is your guy!

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