Shashanka is an avid newspaper collector

Meet the Paperboy of Odisha, a man who collects newspapers from across the globe

Out  of curiosity, Shashanka Sekhar Dash learnt about printing, publishing and the distribution of newspapers and started collecting Odia newspapers

This competition has been conducted in two levels

Missile launching competition for school students organised to commemorate Dr Kalam's birth anniversary  

The state-level aero-modeling competition was conducted to inspire students from all over Tamil Nadu

The War Room team also monitors news coverage and election-related activity across other social networks and traditional media

Facebook to counter fake news with its War Room to stop election interference

The social networking giant has rolled out several initiatives to fight fake news and bring more transparency and accountability in its advertising since then

Kavita always loved to travel

Kavita Deshpande's book is helping children catch the travel bug, let's them safeguard their memories

Through Little Travel Bug guides and diaries are tailor-made for  the young travellers, answering their questions and letting them preserve their memories

Teachers at Blossoms School using virtual reality to teach lessons

This school is using virtual reality to train students who suffer from Specific Learning Disabilities

As a pilot project, Blossoms School in Bengaluru has introduced Virtual Reality in their classrooms and research is on to introduce it full-fledgedly as well, finds Rashmi Patil 

One of their challenges is to get teachers onboard, who are not only experienced but enthusiastic as well

After the success of their mobile communication app PreBOO, this start-up is ready to launch their next venture

They have two objectives with their portal — to provide cost-effective education and remove the language barrier

Justice A M Badar rejected the appeal filed by Irfan Pathan, one of the three accused.

Dalit kids paraded naked for allegedly stealing snacks: HC refuses bail to accused 

The accused has been booked under Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO)

In 2014,  the BJP had promised that if voted to power it will revoke the ban on student elections

Student union polls in Haryana after 22 years, most parties boycott them

According to the results available till 5 pm, 517 of the 1,108 class representatives (CRs) had been elected unopposed in 11 universities in the state

Praveen cleared a distance of 15.84m to win the third position

From paddy field to podium, this Thanjavur teen's leap of faith leaves spectators spell-bound 

Praveen Chitravel made his way into the record books by winning bronze in the triple jump event

A girl selling millet cookies and other value-added millet products at Krishi Mela

Dharwad's UAS is initiating the millet revolution by encouraging students to consume and make millet dishes

UAS Dharwad plans to promote consumption of millet among common people. To achieve this, they have been providing a platform for students to sell their own value-added millet dishes in Tier II cities

Former president of AMU Students' Union Mashkoor Ahmad Usmani told reporters that the decision to revoke the suspension order of the two Kashmiri students was a 'welcome step'

Kashmiri students defer decision to leave AMU en masse after admin revokes suspension

The students were suspended Friday for allegedly participating in an aborted Namaaz-e-Janaza (prayer meeting) in the university campus for a slain Hizbul Mujahideen militant, Manan Bashir Wani.

IFIM Business School is now positioned to cater to the needs of ‘Beyond Tomorrow’ by providing innovation-led solutions

IFIM Business School, Bengaluru to take a break from B School rankings for the next couple of years

India’s sixth business school with AACSB accreditation will not participate in any rankings till December 31, 2020

The prestigious fellowship, which is only awarded to one student each academic year, offers an annual stipend of $22,000 and free tuition for up to four years

University of South Florida to celebrate Abdul Kalam’s 87th birth anniversary

As part of the celebrations, the university  will formally announce the name of the winner of the 2018 USF Abdul Kalam Postgraduate Fellowship

Dr Guha will design a curriculum that lies at the intersection of history and other streams in the Humanities

Renowned historian and biographer Ramachandra Guha to join Ahmedabad University as faculty 

Dr Ramachandra Guha will join Ahmedabad University as the Shrenik Lalbhai Chair Professor of Humanities and Director of the Gandhi Winter School at the University’s School of Arts and Sciences.

Pakruddin BK, with the students at   Darul Islam Aided Higher Primary School (photo courtesy : Milaap)

This Mangalore government school teacher drives his students to school to ensure there are no dropouts

Seventy-year-old Darul Islam Aided Higher Primary School in Mangalore is on the verge of closure.Pakruddin B K, a teacher at the school is doing everything he can to keep the school running

The winner will be announced on November 4 in Silicon Valley and get a USD 250,000 college scholarship

Three Indian students among 15 finalists in global science challenge 

The Indian teenagers are Samay Godika, 16, and Nikhiya Shamsher, 16, from Bengaluru and Kavya Negi, 18, from Delhi

Before his death, he was estimated to be the 46th-richest person in the world

Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft  passes away due to cancer

Allen co-founded Microsoft alongside Bill Gates in 1975. Before his death, he was estimated to be the 46th-richest person in the world

A crew of 10 to 12 people accompanied Ali while shooting

With his short film Kaaley, Director Hamza Ali shows us the flip side of demonetisation 

A crew of 10 to 12 people accompanied Ali while shooting. His editor dropped out at the last moment so, Ali had to edit the movie himse

Over 500 students took part in the protest

Kashmir University students protest against AMU for suspending students who did Namaz for Manan Wani

The students say that offering prayers is no reason to book someone with charges of sedition

Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development hasn't had a director for nine months

Students of Central Govt-run Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development protest because their college logo keeps changing, affecting job prospects

The students have been protesting for eight days for various other problems they face on campus too and currently don't have a director to take up their issues

Most of the children who study at these schools come from slums with zero amenities

Simran Varma and Krithika Ganesan are on a mission to build playgrounds with recycled tyres for Mumbai kids

To help Simran make this dream a reality, Anthill Creations, a company started by five architecture graduates from IIT Kharagpur, was asked for help

GrabOn pays a lot of attention to internal data metrics to optimise themselves

Why GrabOn? The coupons and deals start-up based out of Hyderabad is the next big thing 

While start-ups are catering to smaller segments and going hyperlocal in the US, in India, there is still a lot of scope in the healthcare, legal and education space, opines Reddy

John Varghese and Bibin Mathew are childhood friends from Thrissur

With this Chennai start-up's new VR tech, you can walk into your house even before it is built 

AEDI Tech combines interior designs with Virtual Reality, letting people walk into their houses before the designing is even done

His biography on the National Academy of Sciences describes him as the  someone as someone 'Best known for initiating the Loop Quantum Gravity programme .'

Abhay Ashtekar, renowned Indian American theoretical physicist wins prestigious Einstein Prize

After receiving his Ph.D. in 1974 from the University of Chicago, Ashtekar went on to hold influential positions in France, Canada and India.

The initiative, carried out with the support of about 50,000 students pursuing the mission's equivalency programmes on October 2

Nearly 70% of people in Kerala unaware of emergency kits, disaster preparedness

The survey coducted by Kerala State Literacy Mission was aimed at assessing the public's scientific knowledge on climate change, disaster management and environment-friendly lifestyle

Previous studies have estimated 4.6 million lead-attributed DALYs and nearly 165,000 deaths

Excessive consumption of noodles, spices causes intellectual disability in Indian children

Researchers from Macquarie University in Australia conducted the first ever meta-analysis of Indian blood lead levels. They calculated the pooled mean blood lead level from data published between 201

Mohammed Salim Patel, a journalist with BBC would receive the  guide  horse by 2019

In a first, Indian-origin blind man to get guide horse in UK 

Patel believes a guide horse has many added benefits over guide dogs, including a much longer working life, 350-degree vision and ability to see in the dark.

Identify a few compelling reasons as to why your idea should be implemented

How to influence people to accept your ideas willingly and ethically

Influencing is the power to make other people agree with your opinions or get them to willingly and ethically do what you want them to

Dean of the college, Kalpana Desai, said that the anti-ragging committee of the college has decided to suspend one accused doctor for two semesters

Five resident doctors suspended from Surat's medical college for ragging juniors

After a heated argument about referring a patient, the seniors had allegedly caught the juniors from surgery by the collar and marched them in the ward

Elaborating on the benefits of the software, Varshney said the practice platform also provides full detailed conceptual help to the students

Speedlabs launches software that uses artificial intelligence to teach students

The practice platform also provides full detailed conceptual help to the students during the process of practice, which is otherwise not possible for 90 per cent of the students

The nine students are Wasim, Abdul Habib Mir, Pirzada Danish Sabir, Ejaj Ahmed Bhat, Mohammad Sultan Khan, Raquib Sultan,Samiullah Rathar, Shaukat Ahmed Lone and Mahbubal Haq

Aligarh Muslim University serves notice to nine students for holding funeral prayer for slain terrorist

The university has made it clear that there was zero tolerance for any act which would even remotely be described as anti-national

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Being politically correct: What do expressions like 'politically incorrect humour' and 'politically correct language' mean?

Some people take delight in hurting others by using politically incorrect humour. Jokes that are targeted at people of a certain sex, caste in a way to offend them are said to be politically incorrect

The attack did not affect Facebook-owned Messenger, Messenger Kids, Instagram, WhatsApp, Oculus, Workplace, third-party apps, payments, Pages, and advertising or developer accounts

Hackers accessed data of nearly 30 million Facebook users

Facebook product management vice president Guy Rosen on Friday said the cyber attackers exploited a vulnerability in Facebook's code that existed between July 2017 and September 2018

Prayag often talks to seniors from Central University of Odisha, Koraput, about biodiversity conservation and more

The Facebook page Koraput Explorer showcases Prayag Samal's love for travel, photography and Koraput

He makes it a point to post on Facebook at 10 am or 4 pm as he believes that's when the post reaches more number of people 

Aggarwal has also been honoured for his outstanding contribution to the farming community

Aarnav Aggarwal's UjjBhav is helping 452 farmers of Vidarbha and making their lives a little easier

We talk to him about how sometimes, only a farmer can help another farmer out  

Alongside Barsha Nayak, a few other TV actors and new artists came together to shoot the film

Director Anupam Patnaik's Panic Shorts is a horror web series you just can't watch alone

In a bid to provide new age Odia content, Amiya Ranjan Patnaik Productions has launched its digital wing, which is being helmed by Anupam Patnaik. And their first offering, Panic Shorts, is as thrilli

Officials state that the financial funding for the scheme is quite low compared to donation of materials for schools costing 69.6 crore

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan fails to garner attention of alumni, progresses at snail's pace

There are 45,000 government schools in the State and officials hope more awareness will fetch more donation for the development of government schools

The master's programme is provided at a fee of 26,500 Australian Dollars

Prof Mohan Jacob of James Cook University gives us a low-down on their latest Masters of Engg programme

The Masters programme will focus on unconventional disciplines like water resources management that will help solve current issues 

Keshav portrays a mysterious character through his novella, one that mirrors his own opinion

Through his debut novella, this Kochi filmmaker tells a thrilling story combining fiction and philosophy

MBA graduate Keshav Menon wants to create a readership through small stories by bringing life to novels of fiction and philosophy

To prepare the food, they purchase fresh ingredients every day

Kibble no more: Meet Hyderabad's Dr Noor whose company will deliver fresh food for your dogs

It's been ten years since their uncle, dog-loving Dr Nooruddin Bhat, passed away but his nephew continue to carry forward his legacy

Every one Nayak meets while on the road is so different that she feels that it is making her less judgemental

Nancy Nayak is travelling solo through the country, but she finds love wherever she goes

Nayak finds joy in sharing her travel experiences via writing. For the same, she uses social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook

Saher Ali is an artist herself and loves to paint | Pics: R Satish Babu

Saher Ali's Totums Art Studio in Hyderabad uses art to remove the stigma surrounding therapy

When was the last time you said the word 'therapy' and were judged? Well, not anymore

The band's tour pans over 10 Indian cities | Pics: Melton Antony

Post the success of their album Believe, When Chai Met Toast is touring the country with the music of hope

In the thick of their Road to Believe tour, When Chai Met Toast's Ashwin Gopakumar and Achyuth Jaigopal talk about their music and the story of the band

Founded in April 2017 by Vikas Bagaria and Dheeraj Jain, Pee Safe was actually conceived when Srijana, Vikas's wife, suffered from a urinary tract infection

With Pee Safe women in sports can now avoid urinary tract infections from dirty toilet seats while on tour

Founded in April 2017 by Vikas Bagaria and Dheeraj Jain, Co-founder, the idea for Pee Safe was conceived when Srijana, wife of Vikas, suffered from UTI in 2013 during a road trip

Garima Pura | Courtesy: Facebook

#MeToo: The school that victim blamed Ruchika Girhotra stopped this sexual assault survivor from speaking up

Filmmaker Garima Pura has now exposed MC Nair, a Bharatanatyam teacher, who claims to be a Padma Shri awardee of molesting her at Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School, Chandigarh

The report states that Karnataka University in Dharwad and Mangalore University in Mangalore have the highest number of study centres

University annual budgets announce new Study Chairs but they disappear soon after

One of the major concerns expressed by the committee in its report is that the study chairs or centres are not serving the purpose

Established in 2009, NIT, UK has a campus that is divided with a 600-700 metres of the National Highway running between it

Two NIT Uttarakhand hostelites get run over by car while on way to lab, students launch indefinite strike

The female student was walking on the national highway leading to the lab, she is in critical condition and could be paralysed for life

Honey contains vitamins like A, D, B12 and has iron, which boosts immunity in children

Honey will soon be part of the Midday Meal scheme, but where will it come from?

When it comes to the government's recent dictum of including honey in midday meals, the concern is not just about supplying the honey, but also its quality

They are working on software that will help customers track their orders

BoloMitrama with their customised delivery services is a start-up we must all watch out for

Hyderabad-based start-up BoloMitrama was founded by Badari Narayana lets you get the chance to look before you buy products

RAWS is currently based in Delhi but in another two years, Raghav says, they would like to open centres in other cities as well

Delhi-based RAWS NGO is a one-of-a-kind organisation that 'cares for all'

Some of RAWS' important projects till date include a mission for stray dogs called "Let the Stray Shine", under which they aimed to strap stray animals with Reflective Collars to increase visibility

Molankar says that he never thought about the money; he only concentrated on networking and marketing himself

Let professional cosplayer Jeet Molankar tell you how cosplay is to be done

He tells us why we shouldn't take cosplaying lightly and gives us tips for the upcoming Comic-Con

The organisation has 20 core members and more than 200 other members

The Clean Fort Kochi Foundation aims to make Fort Kochi a model town for waste management and cleanliness

The Clean Fort Kochi Foundation speaks about their mission to save the city and take matters into their own hands

A lot of these incidents have taken place in colleges

Are you being sexually harassed in college? Here's how you can file a case

With more women opening up about cases of harassment in colleges, we decided to decode a few guidelines for you

The two IISERs will be built at Tirupati and Behrampur

Cabinet approves establishment of two new permanent campuses of IISER 

The IISERs will provide top quality science education at the undergraduate and postgraduate level, PHDs and Integrated PHDs

But will these initiatives help spread awareness or just be a thing to tick off the pandal hopping list?

This Durga Puja is going to be extra special for Kolkata's queer community, and these are the people responsible for it

Just like saline is used to stabilise the diseased, one installation tries to pump in the light of knowledge through projections and 700 saline bottles

What is unique about this start-up is that it is an all-women team, who work from their respective homes

How this Kolkata-based couple built a job site exclusively for chartered accountants

Sonia Singhal was working with Deloitte Hyderabad and then took a break from her career due to marriage in the year 2011 and subsequently due to maternity

So many big names in the media and entertainment industry were exposed in the #MeToo movement

#MeToo: Here's how you deal with the trauma and demons of sexual harassment

This World Mental Health Day, we look at the trauma faced by young women who deal with sexual harassment and an expert tells you how to deal with it

Author Paro Anand at the Neev Literature Festival

Writing about what matters: Author Paro Anand's books for children also tell the true stories of violence, terrorism and environmental issues

Her children's books have won her international recognition, but did you know that Paro Anand never liked to read books as a child? The author talks about her work, her childhood and her books 

Padhan being feliicatated by CM of Odisha Naveen Patnaik

Punchman of Odisha, Satyapira Padhan, is promoting sports among the rural youth of Kalahandi

His Facebook timeline is a sight to behold, filled with warm wishes, congratulations and blessings 

The couple started their business with a small push cart after moving to Kerala

This PhD scholar from Kerala runs a small food business with her husband to support her research

Sneha Limbgaomkar speaks about running a small scale food business with her husband to support her PhD research

An app developed by the government, Common Application Software (CAS), enables the AWW to improve their data collection

With this new app, public health workers can now share data more easily, increase efficiency

When the Anganwadi worker records a child as malnourished in her growth chart, the information is relayed to the Accredited Social Health Activist and Auxiliary Nurse Midwife who can act upon it

Mahesh Sosle, at the college hostel corridor after being evicted by the authorities

Dalit scholar from Mysore University evicted from hostel for pointing out administrative irrregularities, forced to live in corridors

Mahesh Sosle, a first-year research scholar and a rank holder from MoU has been living in the hostel corridor for almost a month

Thazhath joined the integrated course offered by the Department of International Relations and Politics

CUK student dismissed for Facebook post attempts suicide, out of danger

Akhil Thazhath, a second year post graduate student of International Relations and Politics, was dismissed by vice chancellor G Gopa Kumar on September 6

Patnaik said that he hopes the University will bring back glories of the past

Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik lays foundation stone of proposed Odia University in Puri

The varsity is being constructed at the same place where 'Panchasakha' had set up Bakula Bana Vidyalaya, the state's first model open school 

The teachers is undergoing investigation currently

Six-year-old Kolkata student allegedly molested by teacher, parents protest

Parents stage protests after news of a student being molested by a teacher from the school

Wangchuk is set to build an alternative university in Ladakh, called the Himalayan Institute of Alternatives, Ladakh (HIAL)

Magsaysay winner Sonam Wangchuk on growing up in Ladakh, running away to Delhi and returning to transform the land

Sonam Wangchuk, better known as the real-life Phunsuk Wangdu tells us tales from his childhood that have made him what he is today

Yogendra Yadav and Kunal Patel, graduated from the National University of Study and Research in Law (NUSRL) in Ranchi

This lawyer duo on bicycles from Ranchi is empowering villagers to know their rights

Yogendra and Kunal feel that to help empower rural India one should know the country in and out first

Karthik says that when Evam started stand-up, it was a hit among the young people, while some others hated it | Pic: Nakshatra Krishnamoorthy

Through his new book, Evam's Karthik Kumar asks youngsters to not start up. Here's why

Evam's Karthik Kumar is out with his book Don't Startup. We debunk the reason behind the name and also more about his journey

Fathima Nafees has been fighting relentlessly for the police to launch a proper investigation

HC allows CBI to file closure report in missing JNU student, Najeeb's case, mother vows to keep fighting

The lawyer for Nafees had contended before the court that it was a "political case" and that the "CBI has succumbed to the pressure of its masters"

State and District prize winner, celebrated artist Mala Paul from Kumartuli is helping these youngsters in constructing their own Divinity

For the first time ever, a Durga Puja in Kolkata that will be organised solely by and for street children

The Puja's venue is at Sarada Primary School, a local non-formal institution as the kids did not receive police permission to use any space and create a pandal

Rohan Kulkarni and Pavan Patil began their journey of Freshboxx in Hubballi

Meet the people behind a Hubballi-based startup Freshboxx, a grocery app for Tier II cities

This duo has captured the North Karnataka market by creating an app to sell fresh fruits and vegetables straight from the farm. Now, they plan to expand their business to Bengaluru soon

Idiocracy itself is first attested in 1967, but it owes its current prominence to the title of the satirical 2006 film Idiocracy

The word "Idiocracy" among 1400 words, phrases added to Oxford English Dictionary

The new addition idiocracy, refers to a society consisting of or governed by people characterised as idiots, or a government formed of people considered stupid, ignorant or idiotic

It is like any other festival in India — one that will let you sleep better at night

Daan Utsav, to help people get a "taste" of how good the feeling of giving is

The Daan Utsav, formerly known as The Joy of Giving Week, had more than six million participants in 2017

The design of the house retain the traditional architectural flavour of Kerala

How this Kerala-based NGO's flood-resistant houses are helping homeless victims

The 560 sq structure made of steel and fibre board was constructed by Vatakara-based NGO, Thanal while its design was developed by URVI Sustainable Developers

With the initiative, IIT KGP hopes to promote exchange programmes, joint academic and research doctoral programmes

IIT KGP and REDOC SPI tie up in doctoral education

As per the initiative, IIT KGP and REDOC SPI will launch dedicated sections on their websites to share and promote information related to doctoral studies

Ambani said he wants to convert 'Devbhoomi Uttarakhand' into 'Digital Devbhoomi'

Jio to connect govt schools, colleges with high-speed net to make U'khand 'Digital Devbhoomi': Ambani 

Jio, he said, will promote environment protecting industries and businesses, boost sustainable tourism and improve the delivery 

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Scientists start petition to withdraw an academic book with pseudoscientific claims

The book, Bharatiya Vidya Saar claims that the Rigveda mentions the speed of light and that Agastya provided a method of electrolysis to produce oxygen and hydrogen from water

Some of Prasun's work

Inner peace evading you? Try participating in Prasun Balasubramaniam's mandala workshop for some art therapy

In a conversation with artist Prasun Balasubramaniam, we find out about her mandala drawing skills and why Buddhist monks practice the art form

Praveen Battula is an electrical and electronics engineer while the other two co-founders have pursued their master's in Andhra University

Say goodbye to hygiene concerns and savour tasty Indian street food from the kitchens of Backyard Food Co

Analytics come into play when we not only track, but even forecast what sells best at which particular kiosk, says Praveen Battula

He also conducts medical camps for eye testing, blood tests, ECGs and more in places like Langar Houz, Hafiz Baba Nagar and Musheerabad

Mohammed Shujatullah is on a mission to ensure that the poor don’t go hungry in Hyderabad

Mohammed Shujatullah serves breakfast outside Niloufer Hospital and Government Maternity Hospital every day

The Madura College

Setting up a student Union in colleges is essential, says Madura College former Principal

'Education Seminar' jointly organised by All India Democratic Students Organisation and All India School Education Committee at Gandhi Museum on Friday

The University of Hyderabad could have their first ever Dalit woman President, Sreeja Vasthavi

Meet Sreeja Vasthavi, the first ever Dalit woman to stand for the Student Union elections in UoH

Sreeja Vasthavi is an MPhil student from Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy department and completed her Masters from the University from the Department of Sociology 

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This weight-loss drug can help decrease risk for diabetes, says a study

Lorcaserin also led to induced remission of high blood sugar among diabetics, and reduced the risk of diabetic microvascular complications such as microalbuminuria 

The event is endorsed and supported by the Association of Designers of India (ADI)

Dell's four-city design marathon explores the concept of sustainable urbanisation

The event saw submissions of 40 ideas and designs for sustainability and four teams (one from each city) made it to the winner's spot

Nayak thought that a carwash would be a comparatively small service that customers will trust them with it

A waterless car wash that leaves your car as good as new, that is Exelinserv's promise 

The waterless car wash services that Exelinserv offers is currently available in Bhubaneswar

Sesha being felicitated by CM of Odisha Naveen Patnaik

Seshadev Kisan surpassed several hardships and today is a research associate at a prestigious German university

Nothing could stop 24-year-old Seshadev Kisan from reaching his goal — not personal hardship or external obstacles

The university's Vice-Chancellor Gurmeet Singh had declined the proposal on September 25

PU student groups demand 25 pc reservation for Puducherry students, to hold an indefinite strike

The picketing of the university which was supposed to be held tomorrow is now postponed due to heavy rains

Paras, a resident of Bengaluru, started his podcast in April 2018 with the intention of enabling as many people as he could to access therapy

Paras Sharma's podcast 'The Alternative Story' is breaking the stigma around mental health in India

The Alternative Story is a DIY-style podcast as there’s no production budget, formal scripting or editing and it is available on Soundcloud

Terms of Collaboration-General Research or Teaching

The University of Queensland-IIT Delhi collaboration is projected to produce around 360 PhD candidates

While the programme would be jointly supervised by faculty members from both IIT and UQ, what's more, exciting is that it also provides the opportunity to study in Australia on a full scholarship

The football curriculum is accredited by The All India Football federation

Football Plus: David Anand made his football dream come true, now he's helping others realise theirs

From the streets of Tamil Nadu to affiliations with clubs in Spain, David Anand has come a long way and intends to go much further with his soccer academy, Football +

Anudip is not working with just the youth anymore, but is also helping victims of human trafficking get back on their feet

This Kolkata-based organisation is helping marginalised youth including victims of trafficking find a career path

Enrolled candidates are led through a process of blended learning, mentoring using innovative methods of teaching and it's also assured that they get placed and perform well at their job

G V Prakash also decided to sponsor the education for KG students in 40 schools

People should enrol their children in government schools, says singer G V Prakash 

The composer-and-actor was inaugurating kindergarten classes in a government school in Marakanam in Villupuram

Benyamin’s Goat Days won him the Kerala Sahitya Academy Award in 2009

Benyamin's novel Jasmine Days shortlisted for JCB literature award

Jasmine Days was published in Malayalam in 2014 as 'Mullappoo Niramulla Pakalukal'. It was translated into English by Shahnaz Habib

Dr Mini Shaji Thomas, Director, NIT, Tiruchirappalli along with Dr AK Bakthavatsalam, Head, T&P and Dr M Duraiselvam, Head, Siemens Centre of Excellence and  and Mr Aravind, AMARTech

NIT Tiruchirappalli to get new 190-crore worth Centre of Dynamic Excellence

The Centre of Dynamic Excellence, built in partnership with Siemens India will consist of 12 labs dedicated to niche technologies like AI and Robotics

MaryKay Carlson the Deputy Chief of Mission at the US Embassy in New Delhi was recently in Chennai | Pics: P Jawahar

Sometimes women have to fight for the right to do push-ups: US Deputy Chief of Mission MaryKay Carlson 

Women, people of other genders and those who are discriminated against have to stand up for their rights and the way forward is through education, 

Harpal has a diverse and wide-ranging experience (of over 35 years) in the corporate sector. He served as the Managing Director of Fortis Healthcare Limited until May 2018

How this Gurugram-based NGO 'Nanhi Chhaan' is giving back to India's daughters and promoting interfaith harmony

Founder and Chairman of Nanhi Chhaan Foundation Harpal Singh tells us how the skewed gender ratio in our country can be made better by celebrating the birth of a girl child

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Complexity vs simplicity: English should not be taught like any other subject but as a life skill

When we write we should not use run-on sentences as readability is affected. If we find long sentences we should break them into shorter units in order to enhance readability

There is a possibility of models being phased out and replaced by digital supermodels

Should we have digital supermodels? There's a possibility of models being phased out and replaced by them soon

Over the last two decades, there was a reaction to this and thin was out with many venues prohibiting anorexic models from strutting down the runway

Sanfe is a simple use and throw product that allows women to stand and pee at public toilets

Hear, Hear Ladies! Here's an affordable 'pee' device for you to safely relieve yourselves at public toilets

Sanfe is made out of biodegradable cardboard and is minimally priced at Rs 10. It is available on the leading e-commerce stores like Amazon and Flipkart 

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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