Hemant Kumar, a resident of Bharatpur in Rajasthan was pursuing a course equivalent to MBBS in India at the Asfendiyarov Kazakh National Medical University in Kazakhstan

We live in constant fear: Indian medicos in Kazakhstan after the mysterious death of classmate

Indian students in Kazakhstan are terrified after muggings and assaults have besieged the community, the latest of which was Hemant Kumar, a 23-year-old medical student in the country

Niriksha has helped no less than 1200 girls in twelve years of service

How this Bengaluru NGO has helped 1200 young girls beat depression, suicidal thoughts is inspiring

Niriksha has been helping underprivileged young girls get the psychological and counselling support that they currently lack — and they operate in Bengaluru and Hyderabad

Venilla, who is the head chef, has been a baking enthusiast from the age of 12.

This cafe in Bengaluru is run by three people who grew up in a children's home. This is their inspiring story

Venilla Hutchins tells how three kids from a children'a home stuck it out to open their dream cafe in Bengaluru — by raising funds through college bake sales

The protest was staged at 2pm on Tuesday | Pic: Facebook/ N Sai Balaji

JNUSU stages protest against SSS's Dean Pradipta Choudhury who manhandled another faculty member

The protestors who demanded the resignation of the Dean also alleged that he rarely comes to office and never meets students

According to the MHRD's statement, the process of withdrawal and reconstitution will be completed before December 15, 2018

These 3 MHRD officials are on the boards of almost every IIM. What's going to change after Dec 15?

According to the MHRD's statement, the process of withdrawal of excess central government nominees on each board and reconstitution will be completed before December 15, 2018

The Infosys Prize aims to inspire young minds to explore science as a career option and advance innovation in the country

Six researchers awarded USD 100,000 as the Infosys Science Foundation announced winners of the 10th Infosys prize

Infosys Prize laureates have achieved prestigious milestones in their domains, and the ISF believes that this year’s winners will continue to raise the bar for science and research

Nirupa Rao’s favourite artist changes according to her mood and at this very moment, she is in love with Japanese and Chinese scroll paintings (Pic: Nirupa Rao)

This Bengaluru-based botanical illustrator's documentation of South India's wondrous plants will make you fall in love with nature

Nirupa Rao recently completed a book called 'Pillars of Life: Magnificent Trees of the Western Ghats', published by the Nature Conservation Foundation in 2018

They have isolated lectin from tamarind seeds using chromatography and have studied the binding of the lectin molecules to the glycan

IIT Roorkee discovers chikungunya medication in tamarind seeds

Chikungunya and other alphaviruses are made of a single strand of RNA that is enveloped in a capsule. 

The dating company worked with an advisory panel comprising The Humsafar Trust

Queer on Tinder: Dating app adds 23 sexuality options like transgender, gay for Indian users to choose from

Along with making the gender-display option on the profiles opt-in, the new app update would allow users to type any word that describes their gender identity

Kowsalya and Madhusudanan at the wedding | Pic: Facebook/Amal Pullarkkat

Slain Kerala SFI unionist Abhimanyu's sister gets married amidst Maharaja's College students, CPI(M) leaders

The slain SFI leader Abhimanyu's sister Kowsalya was married on November 11. The wedding was postponed because of his murder

As per the MCI guidelines, the MBBS course is five and a half years long, including a year-long internship

Finally, Jammu and Kashmir to have separate medical universities to increase focus on med ed

Education has suffered immensely due to lack of coordination between the non-technical universities of the state — the University of Kashmir and University of Jammu — and the Medical Council of India

On November 10, Rana along with Sajna were out to get food  when a group of men allegedly accosted them and passed lewd remarks

Transgender student of Maharaja's College assaulted on the road for refusing 'sexual' favours

Rana VS, a first-year BA Malayalam student of Maharaja's College and her adoptive mother were threatened and manhandled when they ran afoul a group of men in Kochi

Having started out with five students, the academy currently has 150 students in attendance

Paul Paul Academy could be the starting point to your journey through rhythm and movement

The founder of Paul Paul Academy of Rhythm and Movement speaks about fusing the world's greatest artforms

Various feeding spots and watering holes for dogs, birds and other animals have also been identified on the varsity's campus

The new JNU prospectus comes with a list of rare fauna on campus to raise awareness amongst students

JNU is part of the Southern Ridge of Aravali Hills and houses various species of wild fauna

Lalitha Kameswari is 19 year olds | Pics: Vinay Madapu

IIIT-H student Lalitha Kameswari became the proud national winner of Mytrah Talks

Lalitha Kameswari presented her research on language and how it impacts politics at the talks

Homvery has served more than 1,000 customers and aims to start in

Sambalpur-based start-up Homvery completed one successful year and it's headed to Bhubaneswar next 

Co-founder Prahllad Mittal tells us about the celebrations and how they go this far

Study Estonia will also sign a MoU with the Government of Telangana early next year

Here's why picturesque Estonia could be your destination for higher education

Several students from India too opt for Estonia when it comes to higher education 

The vultures would be released most probably by March-April next year in the Bir Shikargaha sanctuary

India to release eight captive-reared vultures with tracking devices

Prior to this release, two captive Himalayan griffon vultures were released in the wild in June 2016 from the Pinjore centre on an experimental basis.

The the campaigners warn that the networking giant must do more to stop groomers who use the site to become friendly with children

Facebook coaxing teenage girls to befriend middle-aged men: Report

In October, Facebook had removed 8.7 million user images of child nudity with the help of previously undisclosed machine learning software

SAHAJ came out with a report which said about 27 per cent of women aged 15 to 49 years have experienced physical violence

One-third of married women in India experience spousal violence: Study 

The study was conducted by Vadodara-based NGO 'SAHAJ' in collaboration with 'Equal Measures 2030'

As per Delhi Prevention of Defacement of Public Property Act, 2007,  Defacement of Public Property is a cognizable offense

Warn students against public property defacement: Delhi govt to schools

Schools have been asked to warn students against defacing public property such as historical monuments, school buildings and flyovers.

The gross enrolment ratio has risen from 12.4 in 2010-11 to 18.5 in 2016-17 (PC: Wikipedia)

Aiming higher: West Bengal's changing Higher Education landscape  

Female enrollment in higher education has increased from 5.62 lakh in FY 2010-11 to 9. 53 lakh in 2016-17. The gross enrollment ratio for female candidates has risen from 10. 9 in 2010-11 to 17.3 in 2

God's own country will need to rebuild 218 bridges, nearly 35,000 kilometres of local roads, an estimated 174,000 houses

Discovery to premiere 'Kerala Floods: The Human Story' on Nov 12

In over 11 straight days of intense rainfall, nearly 25 trillion litres of water fell on Kerala---a state with one of the highest density of population, 44 rivers and 61 dams.

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Women in this AP village will be fined Rs 2000 if seen in their nightgowns before sunset

If someone is found not following the 'rule', a fine of Rs 2000 will be imposed on her. Furthermore, a 'prize' of Rs. 1000 has been earmarked for the person who informs village elders about women not

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Excessive social media use linked to poor well-being leading to depression and loneliness: Study

For the study, researchers from the varsity included 143 undergraduate participants. The team designed their experiment to include the three platforms most popular with the participants

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Innovative online English lessons are helping learners teach themselves

En.news is owned by Mike Elchik, the founder and president of WeSpeke, a global language technology company based in the US and affiliated with the Language Technologies Institute

T-Hub has 30 service provider partners which include Amazon Web Services, DigitalOcean, Google, HubSpot Inc, IBM, Microsoft and Zoho Office Suite | Pics: Vinay Madapu

T-Hub at Three: These 6 start-ups at Hyderabad's T-Hub are awesome. Here's why

T-Hub, India's largest business incubator located in Hyderabad, just clocked three years of awesomeness

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Karnataka joins Delhi in banning animals for science experiments in schools

The state has disallowed the use of any kinds of animals during the lab activities or practical classes while teaching Biology

T-Hub's CEO Srinivas Kollipara | Pics: Vinay Madapu

T-Hub at Three: Why Srinivas Kollipara believes red-tape and politics will never stop them

Srinivas Kollipara also talks about former Cabinet Minister KTR and how T-Hub will turn Hyderabad into a true blue global city 

The AICTE is sharing these practices with other institutes in the country so they can adopt them to better their performance

AICTE praises practices of four TN technical institutes, asks others to adopt the same

 the AICTE had listed out best practices followed in 30 technical education institutions across the country, four of which are from Tamil Nadu

By 2020, they plan to provide employment opportunities to about 1000 women (Pic: HelpUsGreen)

Kanpur-based HelpUsGreen is working for a clean Ganga and empowering women as well

HelpUsGreen collects 8.4 tons of floral-waste from temples in Uttar Pradesh, India on a daily basis


How this Bengaluru group is helping kids from at-risk homes get a life

 Srithi Abhinitha talks about Kirubai Project's, Family Support Programme and how it can make a difference in the lives of children from broken homes

Through Priyanka's Milaap campaign, almost Rs 36 lakhs was generated in three days

Selfless Sister Act: How Priyanka T gave more than half her liver to save her sister's life

Twenty five-year-old Sindhu had been diagnosed with drug-induced liver damage and the only remedy was to get a liver transplant

Kraybee awarding the winners of the national level startup competition

This IIT Madras student's app, Melvano, is like LinkedIn for IIT aspirants, only more 'testy'

If you believed that social media was far removed from entrance exams like JEE, check out Melvano, an app developed by an IIT Madras student Taran Singh,for self-learning aspirants to network

A global protest has been organised on November 11 (Pic: Avni The Tigress|Facebook)

#RIPAvni: How you can do your bit for animals by being a part of the global protest on Nov 11

The organisers of the protest are using social media to reach out to an insanely large audience of Indians and animals lovers the world over

They have sessions on development of smart cities in Bhubaneswar and Rourkela, investment potential in tourism and Odisha as a sports destination in the country

Make in Odisha just upped the excitement factor for students with the Smart Odisha Hackathon

The event also features a state-of-the-art expo which will showcase investment opportunities across focus sectors and manufacturing ability of the state

Project DEFY began as a 0 budget idea. Scavenging trash and repurposing everything is how the first Nook survived

People of this village near Bengaluru are super tech-savvy, thanks to Abhijit Sinha's Project DEFY nooks

Through project DEFY, Abhijit Sinha is setting up nooks where people can access the internet and learn things on their own

Arshan Vakil, founder of the Enguru app

From spoken English classes to an English learning app, Bengaluru-based Enguru is making a difference

Enguru has been training millions of users in English to get good jobs. We talk to its founder to find out what it took to get millions of users to use their app

The government has said that it will take strict action against offenders

J&K government to regulate prices of textbooks, uniforms after complaints of exorbitant charges

The decision comes after questions were raised about sale of textbooks and uniforms at exorbitant rates by private schools.

The pilot project was successfully implemented from October 2017 to February 2018 in four selected schools

Kerala launches new programme to increase enrollment of migrant children

A survey conducted by Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan indicated that over 2,500 migrant children had been enrolled in the schools

The certificate was handed to Karthiyani Amma by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan

Kerala's great granny gets laptop as gift after topping literacy exam

Amma was the oldest candidate and the top scorer in the Aksharalaksham programme, a flagship initiative of the state-run Kerala State Literacy Mission Authority

The battle between diet and disease

Poor diets threaten health more than malaria, tuberculosis, measles, says UN report

The report proposes a series of policy actions across the entire food system, including educating all concerned

He is a family man after all. He is learning to take responsibilities

Why we should learn being responsible from Virat Kohli

Virat is fulfilling all the promises he made to Anushka in that Manyavar ad. Learn from him

The University has been a dream for many young students from Ladakh/Facebook

A varsity that they can call their own: Why students in Ladakh are protesting for a University back home

With no higher education options available to them, the students in the region are forced to study outside the state, drastically impacting their financial status

Dr Gopinath and his team are planning next stage animal studies for further evaluation of these nanomaterials in oncological applications (Pic: Dr P Gopinath)

IIT Roorkee researchers develop carbon nanodots from rose leaves that can diagnose and destroy cancer cells

Dr Gopinath’s team has synthesised carbon nanodots by heating the leaves of Catharanthus roseus, commonly called rosy periwinkle and Vinca rosea

The application was created with the help of Dell and it can be installed on standalone PCs and laptops (Pic: PR, FleishmanHillard)

Why this Digital Dost can help Government school kids cut the drop-out rate

'Gyantantra’ means knowledge machine in Sanskrit. ‘Digital Dost’, is a personalised, self-paced and adaptive digital friend who handholds the child throughout their learning

The announcement came through Pinarayi Vijayan's Facebook page on Wednesday | Express Photo

Pinarayi Vijayan gives 13.92 Crore to educate kids of Ockhi hit, fishermen ask why the delay 

The money will fund the education and skill development of students who've lost a parent in the disaster. The CM wrote about this allocation on his Facebook page

Subhendra Rao and Saskia Rao-de Haas , famous music composers and co-founder of Sangeet 4 All

Through the concept of personifying music, these two music composers are teaching music to school children in India 

Trying to introduce Indian classical music to the younger generation is this musically-gifted husband-wife duo, they have formed a platform called Sangeet 4 All. We talk to them to find out more    

It's been two years but are we going cashless? (Pic: TNIE)

After 2 years of Demonetisation, 9 out of 10 Indians are hooked to digi wallets, but debit cards still rule  

According to a survey, 6 out of 10 individuals have a very good experience using e-wallets. Approximately 9 out of every 10 e-wallet transactions are used for mobile recharges

On October 25, IIT Mandi’s Centre for Innovative Technology for the Himalayan Region organised a workshop on eco-friendly utilisation of pine needle (PC: IIT Mandi)

IIT Mandi's new eco-innovation uses pine needles as a substitute for LPG 

The institute's Centre for Uplifting Himalayan Livelihood (UHL) has started a new briquettes and pellets production unit which uses pine needle as an alternative for firewoods or LPG

With the scale of the project increasing every month, they are planning to expand the team (Pic: Books For All)

The Book House in Delhi has 30,000 books to offer for just Rs 10

While their offline channel of distribution wherein NGOs come over to The Book House to collect books is functioning well, they have recently launched an online channel

Kannan Chandrasekaran received the top honours at the Samsung Innovation Awards 2018 (Pic: Kannan Chandrasekaran)

IITian's bot, Irene, can read through 50 pages in 5 seconds and answer in 20 languages

Meet Kannan Chandrasekaran, the data scientist who built a self-learning bot that won him the first prize at the Samsung Innovation Awards 2018 held at IIT-Hyderabad

We are all going through emotional phases of happiness or sadness. It's nothing new. But Krantik says its all about the presentation (Pic: Frantik Krantik/Facebook)

Frantik Krantik's music uses sounds from all around you that you don't ever hear

He is working on his EP Surface Tension, which is a collection of his music and ideas. It started with a college project that he did where he needed to record sounds from around the city

Kumar was targetted by the police and lathi-charged, leaving him with a broken wrist and injuries all over his body

They thought I was dead: IIT alum and BAP chief Naveen Kumar after being roughed up by Bihar Police

Naveen and his fellow protesters were beaten up and arrested by the Bihar police for leading an agitation against the negligence of state departments

Joe rode all across the state with a poster of the film and carried the message to places far and wide

Meet Daddy Joe, the Vijay fan who rode a 'Sarkar' cycle from Chennai to Kanyakumari to get people to vote

This 32-year-old just rode around Tamil Nadu to talk about what his Thalapathy is talking about in the film Sarkar - clean elections and politics  

Oli Aman Jodha with honey bees | Pic: Facebook

This 13-year-old 'beekeeper' hasn't been going to a Govt School in Wayanad because they're 'harassing' her

Oli Aman Jodha, whose efforts in Apiculture have been widely recognised, hasn't been to school since June. Her HM tells us that she is disturbed and unwell and needs help

Young researchers demand a regulatory system that will update their stipends every couple of years. They have sent an official note to the Ministry of Human Resource Development

#HikeResearchFellowship: Why it doesn't pay to be a research scholar in India

India's much-touted youth are great when it comes to IT, engineering and so much more. But our researchers are still under-funded and face a societal stigma that runs deep. This is why

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Spit at your own risk: Now, Pune Corporation will make you clean up after yourself if you spit in public 

In a new initiative, the Pune Municipal Corporation has said that anyone who spits in public places has to wipe it off on their own and will be fined Rs 100 to boot

The US Midterm polls were held on Tuesday

Here's how Facebook and Twitter fought misinformation and fake news on US Election Day

Facebook on Monday said it blocked 30 accounts on its platform and 85 accounts on Instagram that may be engaged in "coordinated inauthentic behaviour"

Jemma Jose is an illustrator, 2D animator, and a freelancer

This artist's Insta page has Chennai's fave locales — with a gorilla in it

Jemma Jose' 100-day Instagram project is a unique series of pictures that includes a cute and chubby gorilla popping in and out of various places across the city

A cyclist rides through heavy haze in New Delhi

Delhiites wake up to hazy Diwali morning, air quality remains poor

The overall air quality index was recorded at 268 which falls in 'poor' category, according to data by the Central Pollution Control Board

Tandon has performed at more than 1,200 shows

Stand-up comedian Amit Tandon talks about his journey of becoming the hilarious guy he is today

In the beginning, Tandon had trouble with coming up with clean jokes, but now, it has become easier

Sakyasingha Mahapatra is also a motivational speaker

Here's how Sakyasingha Mahapatra wants to encourage the entrepreneurial spirit in the youth of Odisha

Mahapatra feels that sectors which could do with some innovation are real estate, tourism, rural employment and education

The founders of Photo Scene Thesis, Souryakiran and Sayantani

These Kolkata students built a 'brand' start-up even before they got their college degrees

Souryakiran Paul and Sayantani Adhikary have amassed a million rupees in a year through their photography page cum advertising agency, Photo Scene Thesis, while also being socially responsible

The court has asked the University to file a response to the petition and the next hearing date has been schedules for November 13

After threats of eviction from hostel, visually-challenged student takes DU to court

Edex had previously reported the alleged discrimination that Lovely Grover was facing on campus

Ajay believes if you make learning fun kids will never say no to school

Ajay Kale from Maharashtra is changing the face of e-learning in schools with QR codes

After months of watching YouTube tutorials, Ajay had taught himself how to generate QR codes and link videos from YouTube to it

While the court lauded the effort of the university to bring changes to legal education, it observed that a hasty shift to the newer system would drastically  affect the students

Bombay High Court stays order to introduce Choice Based Credit System for law course in Mumbai University 

Owing to the lack of clarity in implementing the CBSC system for its present academic year, the court directed the university to resume with the 100 marks  written test format

Avni's (T1) killing was shrouded with a hoard of controversies

#RIPAvni: How our species has managed to make the world a cruel place for all the others

The question here is not whether we need to prioritise human life over an animal's but how we decide to identify a threat

Dertouzos recruited Sir Timothy John Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, to run it

Google Doodle celebrates Michael Dertouzos, the professor who foresaw internet's impact

Born in Athens in 1936, Dertouzos was the son of a concert pianist and an admiral in the Greek navy

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Paper-based device to detect uranium in drinking water

Standard methods to detect uranium involve time-consuming processes and expensive, non-portable equipment

The Punjab chief minister has ordered the state Education Department Secretary, Krishan Kumar to initiate a probe into the incident

Punjab CM orders probe after govt school teachers strip and check girls for sanitary napkins

A video clip reportedly showed some girls crying and complaining that teachers stripped them on the premises of their school in Kundal village

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The art of disagreeing: How to politely say 'no' to someone in different situations

Saying ‘no’ to someone is one of the communication functions that we have to perform in different situations

When they conduct workshops for artists, they take the help of volunteers to organise the event

Art for art's sake: Hyderabad-based Unekha fosters both art and artists across India

Unekha aims to help artists in every way possible, right from organising workshops to infusing them with confidence

In the future, Nidhi Srivastava wants to engage with children at a large scale and help develop a love of reading in them

Are you read-y?: Passionately discuss your favourite books at BYOB's monthly meetups

Talk about the book you are reading with fellow bookworms at Bring Your Own Book's meetups

KP Anbalagan is the Minister for Higher Education in the Government of Tamil Nadu

'Action will be taken against colleges that detain hall tickets of SC/ST students': KP Anbalagan

The Minister for Higher Education in the Government of Tamil Nadu was speaking to the reporters on Sunday

Nirvana Bistro is on Road No 41, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad

Beyond bistros: Nirvana Bistro in Hyderabad serves homely food and also promoting arts and music 

Kapil Kanchibotla, Co-founder of Nirvana Bistro, Hyderabad, talks to us about his six month-old space

Mishra will be making the trip to China and co-founders Surya Singhari, Asha Mishra and Sonali Behera will be holding down the fort

Baba calling: Grozip's founder Anand Kumar Mishra has bagged the eFounders Fellowship and will be meeting Jack Ma

Anand Kumar Mishra will be travelling to China to meet Jack Ma, the Founder of Alibaba Group and will be there from November 8 to 24

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Making sense of #MeToo: Here are a few pointers which can help us safeguard ourselves from perpetrators

The victims have suffered in silence for so long. Imagine how violated they would have felt. The psychological scars would remain, haunting them forever

The expulsion triggered widespread protest, and the V-C called for a meeting with people’s representatives to discuss the matter

Central University of Kerala suspends dismissal of Akhil Thazhath, who was expelled for FB post against varsity

The students and unions of the university had launched an agitation demanding that the authorities revoke the dismissal order

At some exam centres, the examiners had to provide students torch lights when electricity was not available

J&K students get revised exam schedules after completing a paper in candlelight

The decision has been taken in view of the complaints received from the students about the inconvenient timings of the exams

G Parameshwara, Deputy CM, Karnataka

Welcome to reason: Was it ok for G Parameshwara to jump the super slow Bengaluru traffic?

Thousands of commuters suffer in long traffic jams in Bengaluru every day but Deputy Chief Minister G Parameshwara believes he is well within his right to zip past common citizens

Malhotra, a physicist and computer scientist,  is known to be a driven Hindutva activist who launched the Infinity Foundation in 1994 to 'pursue philanthropy, research and public service'

Why Rajiv Malhotra's talks at JNU are important for the future of India

Rajiv Malhotra just delivered his first lecture in JNU's Centre for Media Studies

Every kind of audience, be it from any city, surprises him, Rayaprolu said

Here's what Stand-up comedian Saikiran Rayaprolu is doing for the Telugu comedy scene in Hyderabad

Woody Allen, who used to pursue stand-up comedy before becoming a director, is Rayaprolu's favourite stand-up comedian

Currently, they are building an apartment in Ghatkesar with plastic including the kitchen

After acing their game with bamboo, Bamboo House India is making the most of plastic waste by making homes out of it

Hyderabad-based Bamboo House India is receiving enquiries from across the seas for not just their houses made of bamboo and plastic, but for their other innovative products as well

In May this year, around 25 students of the college pursuing five years integrated course were allotted rooms in D Hostel at OU

Law students have nowhere to go as alumni, cab drivers and policemen occupy college hostel 

Formation of Telangana state and four and year rule of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) party has not rid the 100-year-old university from lack of enough hostels

Sreekavitha Parupalli, a researcher from the Centre for Exact Humanities IIIT Hyderabad has built a database of Telugu words in their usage as verbs, adverbs and adjectives

IIIT-H researcher develops largest computational version of Telugu dictionary

Sreekavitha, currently working as a product engineer in Gurugram, said more work needs to be done on the Ontology proposed for adjectives and adverbs

Atul Sood assures that JNU is a safe place for students

JNU has no history of violence, contrary to popular belief: Atul Sood, JNUTA's new president 

A faculty at JNU's School of Social Sciences, Sood's was an active voice during the protests against Najeeb's disappearance

Rupani also termed Gujarat as one of the leading investment destinations in the world

Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani calls for 80 per cent private sector jobs for local youth

Furthermore, Rupani shared statistics related to development in Gujarat and emphasised on the state's contribution to the overall growth of the country

Five people, identified as Ananta Namasudra, Abinash Namasudra, Subal Das, Dhanai Namasudra and Syamal Biswas, were killed

All Assam Bengali Youth Students Federation calls for bandh as a protest against the killings committed by UFLA terrorists

Ministers Keshab Mahanta and Parimal Suklabaidya, accompanied by Director General of Police, Kuladhar Saikia, also reached the spot, even as some local women blocked the Dhola-Tinsukia highway

Arshdeep's biggest inspiration is his father who is also a wildlife photographer

This 10-year-old from Jalandhar took a photo that won the British Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer Award

Arshdeep Singh from Punjab has recently made India proud after becoming the only person from the country to receive the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award for 2018 in London

Patnaik also unveiled the covers of a ready reckoner on Hockey World Cups over the years and sports magazine 'Hockey Bites'

Two-day sports literary meet 'Ekamra Sports Literary Festival' begins in Odisha for authors, enthusiasts and players to interact

This two-day fest will provide a unique platform for literary exchanges between authors, sports enthusiasts, and players

Students allege that the new circulars have almost put them under 'curfew' inside the campus

Women of JNU hit back after wardens, proctor conduct 'targetted raids' on student protestors

A member from the Women of JNU said that only specific students were sent the notice for a proctorial inquiry 

These are air filter units will be mounted on the roof of any vehicle — buses, cars, auto-rickshaws, and even two-wheelers

Designed by Delhi researchers, this air filter can sit atop any vehicle and clean up Delhi's polluted air

Pariyayantra is an ‘Air Pollution Mitigation’ product that cleans atmospheric air through filters fitted on vehicles. It does not require any power to operate

The family protested in Srinagar on Thursday, November 1, after he went missing

Kashmiri student missing from Sharda Uni: Cops say he took GoAir flight to Kashmir, family says they've been kept in the dark

The family claims that the police have not yet given them any information about the 17-year-old's location, while the police say that they've kept them in the loop

A Students Support Centre has been set up in a room inside all these 10 schools

Now, Counselling centres set up for students in 10 Madurai Government schools to keep kids 'happy'

Happy Schooling programme would be an effective method to resolve the issues faced by the students and to make them concentrate on studies

The Collector and the Commissioner visited the stalls which were set up to create awareness and also distributed awareness notices regarding dengue

Find a mosquito nest, win award: How Madurai's Collector is using students to sting their dengue menace

Natarajan said that if the students identify the places and inform the schools, then the district administration would distribute appreciation certificates to them

campusphoto8Several media reports stated that Apoorva and Snigdha, both fourth-year BA LLB students at Symbiosis, were suspended for having spoken out against Assistant Professor Srinivas Methuku

After being evicted for sexual harassment complaints against Prof, Symbiosis Law students shocked by 'doctored' videos of them on social media

Apoorva and Snigdha had been suspended from SLS Hyderabad and made to leave the hostels on October 26 for speaking out against the college authorities

In March, the MHRD directed institutions to consider a department as a unit while hiring the faculty members instead of the university as a unit

Dr Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University slashes faculty quota seats for Dalit candidates by 50%, despite SC order

By reducing the seats for Dalit candidates, Dr Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University not only flouted the Central University rule reservation but has also gone against the latest SC order

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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