The entry that will soon be blocked

Why students and deer are dismayed by the wall dividing Madras University and Anna University

The wall also affects the deer movement on campus and students' access to labs, playgrounds, banks and libraries  

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Don't just throw your old phones. Hand them over to Green Waves instead. Here's why

To ensure that the next generation is on board with their idea and plan, Green Waves also have paid internships for those interested to work with them 

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Move over Tiger Shroff, the real Student of the Year Srinithi Kumar talks about her title and baking escapades 

It's weird, but personally, Srinithi doesn't like sweets yet she loves making them! Her sister and parents are the ones who taste what she makes and give feedback

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The Duende Box will make the artist in you come alive. Here's how

By the first week of the month, the theme of the box is announced and by 20th of every month, the boxes are dispatched 

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How Akhil from Warangal climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and is now looking at Everest 

Akhil has pursued a diploma from Warangal Institute of Technology and Science. He wishes to pursue BTech, but is unable to 

Ian Greer, Vice-Chancellor of Queen’s University Belfast | (Pic: Queen’s University Belfast)

We have been lobbying very hard for the 2 year after-study work visa:  Ian Greer, Vice-Chancellor of Queen's University Belfast

Cost of living is an awful lot cheaper, he says. "The quality of the course here is good and we do offer a good package in terms of reasonably priced courses and very good quality of living," he says

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These start-ups in Hyderabad are changing the Electric Vehicle scene in India. Check them out!

When it comes to vehicles, there is no doubt about the fact that the future is electric. And here’s what start-ups in Hyderabad are doing to make it the present

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Socialist ideas are now considered 'passe': Maitrayee Chaudhuri, author and JNU Sociology professor

Maitrayee Chaudhuri spoke to us about her book, everyday advertisements, everyday details in the English-language print media, the communicative abundance of television

The faculty haven't been receiving their salaries for the past six months allegedly

Run a college on 25k a month? That's what Kottayam's IIRBS is trying to do and failing

The  Institute of Integrated programmes and Research in Basic Sciences is allegedly facing a massive fund crunch. The VC of the MG University says that it can be rectified if they merely write to him

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Many Kerala University lecturers haven't been receiving salary for six months

The condition of guest lecturers in aided colleges is worse as most of them are denied salaries for months

Vikram Sridhar wants to break the stereotypes among people about the Queens of India

The King of Indian Queens: How Vikram Sridhar is retelling the stories of India's Ranis

Intrigued to learn more about the untold tales of women in Indian history? Then, you should attend Vikram Sridhar's Ranis of India

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Why Kannada film Gantumoote should be on your must-watch list

Roopa Rao talks about her new film, Gantumoote, which is doing the rounds at international film festivals and why she believes parallel cinema will always have an audience

Talentspire is a collective of senior academicians in science supported by experts in technology

Great scientific minds like G Madhavan Nair and Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan are coming together to change science education in Kerala

Talentspire brings together academicians and researchers in the science field to alter science curricula in the Kerala education system

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Pakistan's provincial government approves its first Sikh only school to be set up in Peshawar

The provincial Auqaf Department of the Khyber Pakthunkhwa Government decided to approve building the school

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Fashion and all that jazz: WHy NITTEFTID is the place to be

Dr Sandhya Ravi, Principal, Nitte School of Fashion Technology and Interior Design about the new techniques they are implementing in order to make fashion more sustainable and eco-friendly

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AI-enabled tool developed to detect heart attacks, says international study

The ML algorithm is able to pull out patterns in the data and predict that patients with certain patterns are more likely to have an adverse event like a heart attack

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Now, get your dream job with InterviewBit, a platform that helps job seekers by honing the right skills

InterviewBit provides students and professionals a six-month online learning programme that’s led by experienced engineers

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Green Ride: This group is on a mission to travel across the country on a solar-powered auto rickshaw 

The initiative SunPedal Ride headed by Sushil Reddy hopes to raise awareness on clean energy 

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Out of 143 disabled students called for TN Engineering admission, 101 allotted seats

Counselling for vocational streams will also begin from June 26 and will conclude on June 28

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For the first time Centre to notify guidelines, curriculum for playschools across the country

The National Council for Educational Research and Training had prepared the documents for playschools last year, which was later, also discussed with states

Aditya Chandra Panda with an elephant | (Pic: Aditya Chandra Panda)

How Aditya Panda is trying to save Odisha's wild animals

He was awarded the ABN AMRO-Sanctuary Asia Young Naturalist Award in 2007 and in 2010 he received the prestigious Carl Zeiss Wildlife Conservation Award

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Why Sabyasachi Patra's wildlife shots will make you fall in love with nature again

Sabyasachi Patra has conducted workshops in National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad; Loyola Degree College, Bengaluru and many other educational institutions across the country 

Even alumni have to pay a huge sum of money in order to enter the campus

Going inside IIT Madras will cost you plenty as entry passes hiked 48x: APSC cries foul

All the charges have been either doubled or increased drastically by 10-20 times, visitors to pay upto 1000 rupee per day

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Goa government to set up special 'skilling' centres for disabled children: Chief Minister

Sawant said that the state government was contemplating a special hostel, especially for 'Divyang' (disabled) persons

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Who put up the controversial Ayyappa poster in Kerala Varma college? SFI or ABVP?

The poster depicted the Sabarimala deity Ayyappa's idol in between a woman's legs. It also expresses support to the Supreme Court's Sabarimala verdict

SFI cadres across the country marched in protest of the NEP draft and burnt copies of the policy

Why is the SFI burning copies of the draft National Education Policy?

The BJP-led NDA government, the General Secretary of SFI, Mayukh Biswas said, had promised to bring out a draft in 2014 when they came to power which they finally achieved only a month back

Magdalene Allan is the principal of  True Happiness Institute  of Professional Studies

This Bengaluru-based nursing graduate is going to pave the way to True Happiness for the unemployed women in the city

Magdalene Allan talks about how her institute — True Happiness Institute will help women become employed as Healthcare Assistants 

The JNUSU celebrated the decision and treated the statement as a victory for them

JNU comes under pressure, drops compulsory Hindi from academic council meeting's agenda

The statement issued by the administration stated that they were only considering the possibility and had not taken any decision yet
 

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More than half of India believes smart devices spying on them: Survey

According to the survey, around a third fear that with the rapid advancement of technology either they would be socially isolated or there would be excessive dependence on technology

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The new EWS quota may not be applicable for TN Medical aspirants 

Tamil Nadu government is unlikely to implement the 10 per cent quota for economically weaker sections of forward communities in medical and dental college admissions this academic year

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Around 30 students fall ill after consuming hostel food at a private PU college in Mangaluru

Students from Mahesh PU college were admitted in a private hospital at Balmatta. Upon inquiry, some of the students said that they started falling sick after consuming food at the hostel

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No water in school, teachers in TN's Thuraiyur buy water to meet students' needs 

Children studying in government schools in Thuraiyur union are carrying extra bottles of water to the schools and running back home when it runs dry

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Youth association from  Thamaraikulam wins Central government award for cleanliness campaigns

The award that carries Rs 30,000 and a certificate was instituted by Union Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation

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APEAMCET 2019 counselling to begin from July 1, candidates can apply online by paying processing fee

The payment gateway opens from June 28 and the deadline is July 8. The counselling starts with a certificate verification followed by option entry, seat allotment, etc

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Kerala music college suffer from shortage of staff, no action from government

College Principal R Rajalakshmi said the functioning of the college has been affected severely by the staff crunch

On June 19, the ABVP-led students union had written to the Commission claiming that recruitment notifications violated the reservation norms

Telangana SC, ST commission halts professor recruitment at JNTU for violating reservation norms

A senior official of the varsity told Express that though central agencies issue guidelines, each State tweaks them as per their requirements by means of a GO

From right to left - Prof. Gurjot SIngh Gaba, Deepak Singh Bisht, Pawan Kumar Raghav and Vikas Singh (Pic: LPU)

Waiting for your luggage at the airport stressing you out? These LPU researchers have a 'smart' solution

The baggage on the conveyor belts is tracked and the passengers are informed about their luggage arrival schedule on the monitors

The JNUSU is firmly against the implementation of Hindi as a mandatory subject

At behest of MHRD, JNU to make Hindi compulsory, Student Union says they will not allow it

In October 2018, the MHRD and the UGC released a letter stating that all central universities must have Hindi as a compulsory language since it was the 'national language' 

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This course by MeDiClown Academy and Saveetha University will train you to be a medical clown  

What sort of person goes into a hospital room and try to lighten the mood? A medi-clown of course! We catch up with Fif Fernandes and Hamish Boyd who run the MeDiClown Academy in Auroville

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Tech Mahindra introduces first Human Resource Humanoid for Noida SEZ

The company plans to deploy the next Humanoid in its Pune campus and will further enable K2 software for enhanced engagement with improved communication skills

Dr Payal Tadvi had dreams of setting up hospital for her community along with her husband

Payal Tadvi suicide case: Court rejects bail plea of three doctors

Tadvi, who belonged to the Scheduled Tribe community, ended her life in her hostel room at BYL Nair Hospital on May 22, allegedly after facing harassment from her seniors due to her caste

Sonia is the screenwriter of the film Noblemen

When chance encounters change your life forever: Why Sonia Bahl's new book is a must read

Ad maker and screenwriter, Sonia Bahl is out with her second book A year of Wednesdays, three years after her first one

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IIT Indore researcher who accused guide of harassment has stipend withheld since January

Shyam Singh is a PhD researcher in IIT Indore's  Discipline of Biosciences and Biomedical Engineering and his claims are scary if nothing else

The JNUSU has demanded that the management look into the issue and take immediate action

JNUEE row: Despite passing JNU entrance test, several candidates not called for interview. JNUSU wants to know why

Several students have emailed the Student Union to take action against the fact that they've passed the exam and yet not being called for a viva

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No proposal to introduce double shifts in KVs, JNVs: HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal

He was asked whether a proposal is under consideration to introduce double shifts due to the increase in the number of students seeking admission in KVs and JNVs

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Only one transgender applies for DU admissions, experts blame lack of infrastructure, stigma

Last year there were applications from transgender aspirants but none of them enrolled for regular courses

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Maharashtra govt to reimburse fees of students from drought-hit areas

Apart from the fees for written examinations, charges for practical tests will also be waived, said Maharashtra School Education Minister, Ashish Shelar

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809 posts of teachers vacant in Sanskrit universities: HRD minister

Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' said the government has launched a special drive to fill up vacancies and is currently engaging guest lecturers and part-time faculty to meet the shortage

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Education has to be freed from the clutches of self-interest groups: Vineet Nayar

We need to make teachers the part of the solution rather treat them as the problem, says the ex-VC and CEO of HCL Technologies and Founder Chairperson of Sampark Foundation

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Pride Month: Why Tamil short film Oruvanukku Oruthi has heart, soul and a whole lot of Pride

This Pride Month, Vimal Santiagu gives us this nice little film about two individuals who meet when their parents forcefully set them up  
 

This is cover of the textbook that made a lot of people furious

Why we're so turned off by Bharathiyar's saffron turban: Did the orange fall too far from the tree

Writers and academics debate on Bharathiyar's understanding of Hindusim and if his saffronised turban wasn't very far from the truth

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These Karnataka schoolkids are on a mission to make the hills greener by planting 50,000 seed balls on the slopes

The Forest department provided seeds of tamarind, neem, soapnut and other rain-bearing trees

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Medical authority continues vigil as more cases of H1N1 arise in Wayanad

District Medical Officer Dr R Renuka said all precautionary steps have been taken to prevent the spread of the virus infection and situation is now under the control

Are universities that promise scholarships to students from difficult backgrounds giving only meagre amounts?

Mizo student given 'meagre' fee waiver by private university despite bagging fellowship 

The Fellowship is offered by the privately run Ashoka University and the student claims that she wasn't treated fairly because of the amount she was asked to pay eventually

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Rural Chennai schools with low class 11, 12 enrolments may have to let go off kids

The order reiterated an existing rule that schools should achieve an enrolment of at least 30 students in urban areas and 15 in rural areas, in each stream, in classes 11 and 12

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No orders to implement 10 per cent EWS reservation, confusion persists in Andhra medical colleges

The admission for MBBS through NEET UG 2019 has been initiated in the State and the NTRUHS issued a notification in that regard recently

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Mysore University opens up 44 online courses under new platform 'SWAYAM', an MHRD initiative

Now the post-graduate students of the University have the option of choosing 44 subjects under UGC-MOOCs SWAYAM between July and November this year

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After JEE, UK's Queens University to explore accepting scores of more Indian entrance exams 

The Queen's University situated in Northern Ireland's Belfast, had last month announced incorporation of JEE scores in the eligibility criteria

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Telangana government cutting funds for aided colleges, managements fear closure

The commissioner, however, refuted claims that by blocking aid or asking the colleges to function on their own, they were promoting privatisation

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Ex-VCs take Karnataka Government to court over 'political' appointments in Universities

In a submission to the chancellor on Monday, forum members had listed violations of the provisions of Karnataka State University Act 2000, and pointed out to irregularities in the appointment

Chennai has been struggling with water scarcity the last few weeks

Schools must ensure water is provided, cannot cut down classes: State Education Department

The circular has also pointed out that these schools were given permission to operate based on a guarantee that they will have necessary water.
 

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One person's win is not enough: Loyola college's Naleena Prasheetha, India's first transgender unionist

Naleena, who joined the college in 2015 is the first transgender student to pursue both undergraduate and postgraduate courses from the college

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This Bengaluru school student created an app to help people with OCD keep things in order

The 17-year-old, a passionate coder and developer herself, began working on the app from May 2018, and it was finally launched in November

The university's apparently accredited by a fake board

Peace be with you: How simple it is to buy a dubious DLitt from this University

A phone call was all it took to understand the ease of receiving a doctorate from International University of Peace, which is apparently headquartered in Germany

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This student prodigy from Surat who cracked NEET, JEE, also teaches Bharatanatyam to underprivileged kids

Stuti Khandwala, a Surat-based student prodigy cleared NEET, JEE Main, AIIMS and JIPMER. And now she's going to MIT to pursue her grad studies

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This fisherman from Kasimedu, Chennai is going about the city cleaning beaches and extracting plastic from the ocean

Vinoth Kutta Maran tells us why we need to preserve our oceans and the dangers that await the environment and our natural balance if humankind chooses to ignore the warning signs

Irfan manages to get more than 50,000 views everyday!

From CS aspirant to Vlogger, why lakhs of people swear by Irfan's View on YouTube!

This Chennai-based YouTuber talks to us about how he discovered that doing vlogs in Tamil every dingle day is an extremely challenging day-job by itself — it brings with it fame and a slice of fortune

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Yasasu Green set to hire 500 ITI students for waste management

Yasasu Green has collaborated with ITI Pusa to not only initiate cross-industrial hiring approach but also to support more employment opportunities for ITI students

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There should be discussions on fake news in the Parliament: Prakash Javadekar

Earlier, the Centre had mounted pressure on social media sites and messaging apps to regulate norms accordingly to handle the menace of rumours and fake news on its platform

Straight from the heart: Josh Vivian writes songs that are emotionally deep and relatable

Everyone told me I was a one-hit wonder: Josh Vivian on life as an indie musician

After his runaway hit single Cosmopolitan Kadhali — the one with that slick, fun video — Josh Vivian is now gearing up for the release of his debut album. This is his story

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Baba Ramdev announces first official memoir on International Yoga Day

The volume, co-authored by senior journalist Uday Mahurkar, is touted as one of a kind personal narrative of the life and times of the globally renowned yoga teacher

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Japan school issues apology for making students report menstruation details

A parent lodged a complaint on June 13 after their daughter was made to tell her name, class and the number of days into her period

A few fake degree certificates

SFI writes to MHRD and pulls the plug on fake universities offering DLitt degrees to VIPs. Full list inside

The list has nine universities. The organisation has also submitted a letter to the Ministry of Human Resource Development on Thursday

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World Music Day 2019: This Delhi-based artist's music school covers it all — from drum lessons to music production to singing classes

Anurag won the Artist Aloud Music Award by Hungama in 2014 where he was nominated alongside famous musicians like Honey Singh and Kailash Kher

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In the dry grasslands of AP's Anantapur, conservation biologist Siddharth Rao is on a mission to revive forgotten ecosystems

Trying to restore ecosystems without respecting its uniqueness is the greatest threat to the environment right now, believes Rao 

The duo ask us to be a responsible tourist if we want to watch the nesting or hatching of turtles | (Pic: Biswanath Swain)

Odia boys Soumya Ranjan Biswal and Dilip Kumar Biswal are on a mission to protect the threatened habitat of Olive Ridley turtles

The number of Olive Ridleys visiting Odisha for nesting has been dwindling over the past few years inform the duo and they are doing all they can to stop the downward spiral 

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TISS Hyderabad slashes high hostel fees after students issue statement of protest

The students had stated in a statement that those dependent on the post-matric scholarships would not be able to pay the high fees

Dasari feels that we need to introspect about the kind of effect we are having on the environment before it is too late | (Pic: Sathya Keerthi)

Here's how a young IAS officer is driving an entire city to salvage our future — one small green step at a time

"We need to try to live in a circular economy where we try to recycle everything we use," says Dasari who has been working in this field for over five years now

Naik during fieldwork in forests of Kalahandi | (Pic: Satyesh Naik)

Through The Corridor Foundation, Satyesh Naik is trying to get locals of Sunabeda-Khariar to contribute towards the environment

The biggest threat to the environment, as per Naik, is unplanned mining and manufacturing industries coming up, cheating people and the environment 

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Yogi government's new ordinance bar campuses from being used for 'anti-national' activities

The draft "Uttar Pradesh Private Universities Ordinance, 2019", which would bring 27 private universities under the purview of the proposed law 

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Aditya Madhav is unearthing any kind of data that will help organisations do more for the environment. Here's how

Aditya Madhav's strength is research and his interest lies in History. For Madhav, the coming together of these two has brought in a sense of purpose in his life 

The IIT-M team is the only Asian team to qualify for the next round

Will these IIT Madras students get to show their hyperloop pod design to Elon Musk?

The team is working with a vision to develop technologies for a future mode of high-speed transportation with applications in various fields including Defence, Logistics and Aerospace Industry  

The sound of Muzik: MuzikGarage is ranked among the top ten music schools by Google, in Bengaluru

Ebenezer Premkumar  tells us how he went on to build one of the top music schools in Bengaluru

Ebenezer Premkumar talk about how as a seven-year-old he learnt basic chords from his mother and how far he has gotten from there

Mahendra reaches the Marina Beach at 5.30 am every day for his daily dose of yoga (Pic: R Satishbabu)

Mahendra Kumar's yogic journey from pain relief to spiritual awakening

Even though Mahendra belongs to a Jain family who had come to the city from Rajasthan 60 years ago, he is the quintessential Chennaiite. A businessman by profession, he is as fit as a fiddle

Radhika had her first outdoor yoga shoot at Humayun's Tomb and that went viral almost instantly (Pic: Radhika Bose)

Radhika Bose is making asanas more glam than ever. Here's how

Radhika, a Kolkata-born Delhi girl, is a video-editor-turned-yogini, a fitness addict, travel and lifestyle blogger. For her working out is fun, relaxing and challenging herself every day

Today, she is a first year BA History student at CMS College

Meet Avanthika, one of the two transgender students who is shaking things up at CMS College Kottayam

Under the Kerala government's new transgender reservation policy, Avanthika and Shana Navas got enrolled in CMS College

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Unleash your creative potential: Here's how Disha Deshpande combines art with Yoga to help release stress

A former music journalist, Disha says the longest she has been in a place was in Mumbai and that was for 6 to 7 years and her family lives in Gujarat

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This 26-year-old from Kolkata was criticised for being skinny. Here's how Yoga changed her life

The 26-year-old digital designer says that she learned her basic yoga exercises from tabloid magazines. She spoke to us about her journey

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Video of students of Kathua school crying goes viral, authorities provide  psychological counselling

Nearly three dozen students, mostly girls, of the government high school at Bani in Kathua could be seen in the short video clip lying on the floor and crying inconsolably

Yuva Naresh Kumar is specialised in various forms of Yoga

This Yoga master from Bengaluru trains kids and adults with special needs

Young yoga master Yuva Naresh Kumar tell us about why he had to quit a well-paid job in the corporate sector and how he is teaching yoga to the kids and adults with special needs 

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Odisha government prepones reopening date for school after heat wave subsides

While the schools were earlier scheduled to reopen on June 26 on account of the heat wave conditions, a change in weather conditions has prompted the preponing

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School Education Secretary advises students to teach yoga to their parents

Ray was speaking at the valedictory function of the National Yoga Olympiad organised by the National Council of Educational Research and Training

Mahayogi practising anulom vilom | (Pic: Akshar Yoga)

Mahayogi Akshar Nath grew up with yogic energy all around him. Here's how he is spreading his love for yoga

He is also the Founder and President of World Yoga Organisation. He is an established tutor of this advanced form of Yoga and conducts Master level Yoga Teachers Training courses across the globe

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Here's why Fareena Farid quit modelling and found her calling in yoga and meditation

Fareena Farid is from Hyderabad. She left for Mumbai to pursue a career in modelling, but upon understanding the ways of the toxic industry, she found her peace in yoga

Vinod V P performing yoga asanas with his students at Soorya Bhavana Yoga Therapy Centre, Pirayiri, Palakkad

For this 58-year-old Palakkad Yoga therapist, Yoga is a way of life and he wants others to believe in it as well

This 58-year-old holds multiple specialisations in Yoga and he feels that it is important to believe in it to get your targetted results

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DME transferred Madurai assistant professor facing sexual harassment complaint

According to sources, dean of the TMCH received an unnamed complaint from a few CRRI interns alleging sexual harassment by an assistant professor

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Madurai HC gives relief to medical aspirant; directs NTA to revise his NEET communal rank

The student's community had been wrongly entered as OBC instead of SC by the private school where he was studying

Krithika Ramesh with the Vajra World Records

Meet this 21-year-old Coonoor artist who carved the alphabet letters A to Z on a 0.7mm lead

Krithika Ramesh from Coonoor carved alphabet A to Z in a microtip and won the Vajra World Records. She is the first girl to create this record

Gowtham Lakshman at PrismOne Music Academy, R S Puram

This Kovai mechanical engineer-turned-singer is teaching music to the city

Don't you just hate it when you have to go to two different places to learn two different instruments? Thanks to Gowtham Lakshman, PrismOne Music Academy has it all under one roof