Dr Pillai is a professor of English (pic: iffk.in)

Not protesting for communism, but to prevent death of research, says academic who resigned over CUK's research subject restriction

Dr Meena T Pillai, a member of the Central University of Kerala's Board of Studies resigned a few days back, protesting the circular that asked the students to work on subjects of national priority

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This student wasn't allowed a loo break during the board exam. Here's what he did

A quora user narrates an incident where he had to use the restroom, while he was writing his class X board exam

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Students must be permitted loo breaks in between exams, orders Kerala government

The ruling came after a student was forced to defecate inside the exam hall, after being denied a loo break

The decision was made on Friday night

Kerala Varma College Women's Hostel curfew extended to 8.30 pm, massive victory for striking students 

The women hostellers of the college were on strike demanding the same for the past three days

This is the first time that a large number of students in this college have come together, without any political backing (pic: Salmath KS)

Kerala Varma College students agitate as administration refuses to extend hostel curfew, despite HC order​

The students were told by the management that they can rework on the rules only after a meeting with the parents. The HC says that the students are adults and can take their own decisions

Sravanthi says that she has miles to go before she sleeps because she still has a lot to accomplish  (Pic: Sravanthi Ellasri)

How Sravanthi Ellasiri went from being a dentist to starting her bussiness consultancy Boxwish

Dr Sravanthi Ellasiri talks about how she braved the odds and set up her own marketing company

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Can diabetic students carry snacks, insulin pumps to exam halls: High Court

Besides, the petition also wanted the diabetic students to be permitted to attend natural calls as and when required while writing examinations

One of her most famous works is that she painted an abandoned car in Kukatpally and that really got her a lot of attention (Pic: Aayushi)

With CardKart Designs, Aayushi Sharma provides a plethora of services like corporate gifts, caricatures, doodles and more

How life has turned out for Aayushi Sharma is because she was determined to listen to her heart. She also yearns to write a book about doodling and work on a film set one day

The quest to try new and exciting stuff and do something unique egged them on to make videos (Pic: Sugar Daddy)

Beyond just baking: This Hyderabad duo also introduces people to their favourite food joints through exciting videos

Founders of Sugar Daddy Rohit Sanpally and Zainab Rahimtula did not just want to bake, they wanted to introduce people to their favourite food joints too

The student said he was inspired by the Prime Minister's new campaign

Meet JNU's Yogiji, who is organising a Main Bhi Chowkidaar-themed cultural night at Sabarmati Hostel 

The cultural night is an annual event where students meet, interact and have fun but this time there is a theme as well

The students have been protesting since Monday evening

JNU Hunger Strike: Five days on, protesting students' health worsens; VC stays mum

One of the students was even rushed to the hospital but the JNUSU is complaining that the VC has still not agreed to a meeting with them

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This Haryana Math prof's Love Theory is ground-breaking, logical and sanskari; but he has been suspended

The video shows a mathematics professor at a women’s college in Haryana’s Karnal teaching the love formula in Hindi to his students explaining each word to them

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J&K student missing for two days from Hyderabad hostel found at Balasore station

Amit Kanwal Pandita's friends came to know that he was travelling to Kolkata and alerted the police and his family members

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TN teacher arrested for child pornography and sexual assault on students after husband complains to Collector

The incident came to light after her husband found intimate pictures and pornographic materials of a student on her mobile phone

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Osmania University to take legal action against student body for anti-VC posters on campus

Posters put up on campus by the All India Students Federation (AISF) which alleged that the VC had failed to deliver on the various demands made by students defamed him, claimed the administration

The JNUSU decided to approach the VC and request a meeting in the spirit of Holi but he refused. Photo Credit: Apeksha Priyadarshini, FB

Let them eat Kaju Barfi: JNU VC gives Holi sweets to students on Day 3 of hunger strike, refuses 5-minute meeting

Eleven striking students approached the VC to request for a meeting, he refused to listen and instead offered them sweets and tea, alleged the striking student unionists

The trailer was released on March 20

I watched the trailer of PM Narendra Modi and it is the best thing on the internet

Offering everything from action to emotion to comedy to inspiration, this trailer is an audio-visual treat. Also, we guarantee that you will automatically turn into a Modi fan after watching this

Adith was supposed to stay in Majuli for 7 days but it has been 2 years now

This Chennai-based theatre artist moved to a river island to teach at a community school there

Adith AK talks about why he left his happening life in Chennai to move to the river island of Majuli in Assam to teach and engage with students there — and how it worked out pretty well

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Rahul's speech in Chennai's Stella Maris College did not violate model code of conduct

TN's Chief Electoral officer said that local election officials have reported that there was no violation whatsoever

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Student Unionist raped inside Kerala CPI(M) office delivers baby, but SFI 'unaware' of the incident  

A case was registered after the police found a newborn abandoned. The mother, who people claim is an SFI unionist, said that she was raped by another unionist, inside the CPI(M) office

A judicial source, who called the case 'very sensitive' and said it was overseen directly by the Attorney General

Burundi schoolgirls jailed for doodling on president's photo

The trio has been in custody since March 12, when they were arrested with three other schoolgirls and a 13-year old boy

The students had begun the protests on March 15 (Pic: Facebook)

How law students at RGNUL staged a protest that brought the management to heel in 5 days flat

After six students protested for better food and relaxation of campus curfews, the administration suspended them — leading to a massive student agitation and a complete shutdown for the weekend

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SSC question papers of two subjects leaked through WhatsApp in Maharashtra, case registered

A case was registered at Narpoli police station against an unidentified person in this connection

The children released the manifesto at the Chennai Press Club and will be handing it over to politicians from across the state

Clean toilets, naatu muttai, school councils: Read the manifesto of the policy-making children of TN

Arunodaya, a Chennai-based NGO conducted a two-day session for children across the state to come up with their own manifesto for the Lok Sabha polls next month

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TN private engg colleges to urge higher education dept to create Tamil Nadu Technical University to affiliate them

The decision was taken at the meeting of the Consortium of Self Financing Professional, Arts and Science College of Tamil Nadu

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Don't gate crash weddings or disciplinary actions will be taken, NIT Kurukshetra tells students

On March 16, the Chief Warden (Boys) of National Institute of Technology (NIT), Kurukshetra, issued the circular

Atul Sood addressing the gathering (pic: N Sai Balaji)

After 24 hours of hunger strike, JNU Teachers join students to oppose VC

The JNUSU had called for an indefinite hunger strike against the administration's 'anti-student policies' on Tuesday

(L__R)_Sambit_Bal,Editor-in-chief, ESPNcricinfo, Rahul Dravid, Former Indian Captain, Sanjay Manjrekar, ESPNcricinfo expert and Dr Raghunathan Rengaswamy, IIT Madras  (Pic: IIT Madras)

Ahead of IPL and World Cup, IIT Madras' new cricket algorithm can tell you how lucky a batsman has been

IIT Madras Researchers and an IIT-M incubated company, Gyan Data Pvt. Ltd, working with cricket experts from ESPNcricinfo derived Superstats from its ball-by-ball database

Christel House has a in-house teaching facility from kindergarten to class XII

Why Christel House's approach to education is working wonders 

Jaison C Mathew, CEO of Christel House, India talks about how their education model has been successful in educating and lifting children and their families from poverty

Kunal Nehruji received the award at the 12th ASSOCHAM National Education Summit held recently

GEMS B School is all set to launch three new MBA programmes

In conversation with Kunal Nehruji of GEMS B School,We find out what new courses they have for students this academic year and how are they going to meet the expectations of the industry 

Anpu got her art education from Byam Shaw School of Art in London

Meet Anpu Varkey, the 'street' artist who's making walls all across India pop with colour

Anpu Varkey narrates her experience of traveling across India and painting at public forums — and her fascination for dousing walls in a whole load of paint

The JNUSU says this is a victory over the 'BJP-VC alliance' (Pic: JNUSU)

Delhi HC says JNU Students' Union should be present at all important meetings from now on

JNUSU President N Sai Balaji said that this is a victory for democracy and the first step towards their victory over 'fascist forces'

First-time voters will miss polls due to exams (Pic: Express)

CUK and CUTN's exam dates clash with Lok Sabha Election 2019, students to miss first-time vote

Although central universities have students from all states, the authorities just considered the poll dates of Tamil Nadu and Kerala

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VTU asks colleges to verify marks cards and certificates while students choose compulsory Kannada

As per the circular issued by the university, the principals of the colleges should allow students to opt Kannada based on the marks cards and certificates

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Bugged with the fee hike, PG medical students in Bengaluru to get a higher stipend

This stipend is for all PG medical seat students under the government quota or those seeking a seat at a government medical college

Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan gave a contradicting view in an interview today

NEET in Tamil Nadu poll manifesto: ADMK proposes, DMK disposes, Tamilisai confuses

The AIADMK-BJP alliance also has NEET exemption as part of their manifesto, yet the BJP leader was seen criticising this move

The Congress-DMK alliance and the AIADMK-BJP manifestos were eagerly expected and these are the promises they hold

Pad vending machines, edu loan waivers and unemployment stipend: Everything you need to know about DMK, ADMK manifestos 

A review of the manifestos of the Congress-DMK alliance and the BJP-AIADMK alliance for the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections had a few surprises, plenty of green font and a few bizarre claims in there

Suchitra N secured first rank in Civil Engineering branch in VTU exams (Pic: Suchitra N)

What's VTU topper Suchitra N's secret to bagging 9 gold medals?

The girl who topped Civil Engineering tells Rashmi Patil what she did to manage the kind of massive marks that she ended up with eventually

Children being trained to douse the fire in forest areas (Pic: Prashanth PKM)

How students in Karnataka are helping stop forests in the state from catching fire

Dealing with forest fires has always been a challenge for forest officials. Determined to combat these fires, they have enlisted the help of children to spread awareness and reduce such incidents

Neha Modgil is the company's co founder

With TECHVED's new set of short courses, learning is a TAD bit easier now

Design company TECHVED launches UX/UI related online courses for aspiring individuals at TAD

Dr Baron Peter Piot (Pic: Youtube)

Robust public health system necessary to control epidemics, says prof who discovered Ebola

Dr Baron Peter Piot delivered a lecture on the topic ‘100 Years after the Spanish Flu: Are we ready for the Next Epidemic?’ on Friday at the University of Hyderabad

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Stanford University's new institute plans to re-imagine Artificial Intelligence

Headed by John Etchemendy, former Director of the Stanford AI Lab, the institute plans to partner with industries, government and non-government organisations across sectors

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Report says 328 sexually abused and exploited by UN and partner personnel, 103 children among them

The duty stations included those in countries such as Afghanistan, Haiti, India, Iraq, Liberia, Libya, Pakistan, South Sudan and Syria

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Why removing onion, garlic from mid-day meals in Karnataka could lead to more school dropouts

When the taste of the food is compromised, there is often a disinterest on the part of the child in consuming this food and this can be linked to dropout rates, according to public health experts

Kerala High Court (Pic: PTI)

No college can restrict political views of students: Why Kerala HC verdict is important for every Indian student

Though the petition was filed to fight against the hostel's set of rules that were curbing women's fundamental rights, the verdict speaks about other fundamental rights as well

ComicFlix is a start-up that turns all-time hit Indian movies — like Rajinikanth's Enthiran and Ramesh Sippy’s Sholay into comics, scene by scene (Pic: Comicflix)

From Avatar to Manikarnika, here's how ComicFlix is turning your favourite movies into comics

ComicFlix, the world's first automated video-to-comic platform, is on a mission to storify content that we love to watch, we spoke to the founder to know more

The JNUSU is calling students to join their protest

JNUSU calls for indefinite hunger strike against new prospectus, anti-student policies

  The JNUSU members will be going hunger strike to protest against several issues, one being the fee hikes for some of the new courses

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Flex ban brings graffiti back in vogue, artists return to painting walls, complain GST has increased costs

Graffiti workers who had left the job or made the graffiti a part-time job had come back to the work. The artists have got huge demand due to reduced availability of the graffiti artist

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Think twice before pressing the 'accept' button on friend requests sent to you on FB, warns B'luru cops

Even though Facebook has changed the way the world communicates, there is also a dark side to the popular social media service

(Right to left) Emelife Stella Chinelo, Sanjana Darla P and Meera Manahar Rao Anasane with their gold medals  (Pic: Express)

Nigerian girl wins 20 gold medals and 5 cash awards, shatters University of Mysore's record 

Emelife Stella Chinelo tops the list of medal tally at 99th convocation of University of Mysore. Meera Anasane, a 46-year-old homemaker, and Sanjana Darla won 10 medals each

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With election Code of Conduct in force, PG medical counselling in TN takes a hit

Officials are planning to approach the Election Commission seeking their permission to proceed with the counselling process

Mugilan has been missing for 31 days and the police don't have the slightest clue about his whereabouts

Haven't slept since then: One month on, how Mugilan's disappearance has affected TN's activists 

His fellow activists, SP Udayakumaran and Henri Tiphange speak about their friend, his disappearance and the theories that surround it

The Central University of Kerala

Choose PhD topics on issues of national priority from pre-approved list, Central University of Kerala tells researchers 

The Central University of Kerala has decided to implement the decision to create their own topics for research and students will be allowed to choose from this list

The poster for Rahul Gandhi's visit (Pic: Stella Maris)

Rahul Gandhi at Stella Maris: Why TN Higher Education dept's enquiry citing election code of conduct is weird

A letter was sent by the Director of Collegiate Education asking how "permission was granted" to Stella Maris, "a government aided college", to conduct an event where "a political leader" took part

Commander Anny Divya tells us about her journey in becoming the world's youngest woman to captain the Boeing 777 (Pic: Anny Divya)

Why every aspiring woman pilot should look up to Anny Divya, the world's youngest woman Boeing 777 pilot

When she was 21, she first got to try her hand at flying the world's largest twin-engine passenger jet, the Boeing 777. Today, she's a beacon for every woman who's wanted to be a pilot

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What are the ways to forge lasting relationships at your workplace?

In today's competitive world, knowing how to form and maintain professional bonds can give you the edge

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Can facilities and features bolster the education system in government schools?

There is an immediate need to upgrade government schools, and the required schemes and plans have been drawn

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How can one correctly utilise certain nouns in the place of verbs?

There are subtle differences between the acts of ‘verbing’ or ‘verbifying’, and also the words 'just' and 'only'

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Now, a forum to focus on secure and quality accommodation for students

The newly established forum will comprise of leading student rental housing service providers, and enable students to identify their preferred mode of accommodation

Syeda Manzar Fathima participated in the Innovation Festival 2019 organised by District Science Centre in Kalaburagi (Pic: Akshay Uramundin)

This 17-year-old from Kalaburagi is making intricate paper cuttings of insects to spread awareness

Syeda Manzar Fathima from Kalaburagi, a 17-year-old isn't just aware of more than 50 species of insects, but she can even make intricate paper cuttings 

Students being taught the importance of hygiene, food and nutrition (Pic: Deshpande Foundation)

This early childhood education programme called Chaya tells us why one should invest in them

Smita Deshpande and Jennifer Vincent's early childhood education, Chaya, has become a huge success and they aim to introduce it in several schools across Hubballi and Dharwad

Students of GGHSS gave their presentations on their vision for the future of India

A growing population calls for increased expenditure in education: Educationist Racquel Shroff

Shroff's Indian Career Education and Development Council (IECDC) conducted a career fair at the Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Ashok Nagar to help students transition into the workforce

Asim has set an example for children all over the state by overcoming unimaginable odds to gain acceptance as a student

Born with a 90 per cent disability, Mohammad Asim is fighting for his right to a fair education 

13-year-old Mohammad Asim shares his amazing story about finding strength through his disability and fighting for what is rightfully his

Vysakh became a viral sensation when a video of him playing football was discovered on Twitter

Vysakh SR is the unlikely football hero that you need to know about

Vysakh SR speaks about playing football after losing his leg in a tragic accident and finding a place in the ISL

The Prajna team aims to cultivate a culture of intellectual conversation

This forum established by PhD scholars from around Kerala aims to create a new intellectual space in the state

Prajna Foundation aims to create an intellectual space that is ideas for Kerala's thinkers

One of the bags Deepika made | (Pic: Purple Nest)

This Hyderabad duo is up-cycling your torn jeans to brand new chic totes, slings and handbags

Sai Deepika Pullepu and Murali Krishna started Purple Nest in college, to design logos, posters, websites and other creatives for corporates

FLOH's Founder and CEO Gauri Singhal | (Pic: FLOH)

Delhi-based FLOH doesn't shy away from telling it like it is when it comes to menstruation

FLOH's Campfree Pain Relief Patch is an all-Ayurvedic stick-on patch can be easily applied under clothing  

The panel at the seminar (Pic: Parul University)

Parul Institute Of Law's one day National Seminar emphasises on the need for gender balance in occupational choices

The success of this ever-growing initiative is seen through the outstanding impact by stopping over 70 000 people from committing suicide

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It will take India 87 years to have basic amenities in schools, RTE compliance, says report

Following U-DISE data the study goes on to say that India is far from being able to provide secondary education to all because there is a severe shortage of school infrastructure

Rohan Jose draws his inspiration from AR Rahman

This Bengaluru-based 'Addams Family' pianist is all set to release his debut album

Rohan Jose, a Bengaluru-based musician talks about  how he was mentored by prominent musicians from Brazil and how much they inspire him

According to National Guidelines, victims' consent is necessary when it comes to medical tests

Pollachi Sexual Abuse: Why women do not go to the cops after sexual assault and blackmail

Victims in the Pollachi Sexual Abuse case put up with years rape, physical and mental harassment, blackmail and torture for year. Is our law doing enough to ensure justice and are our police stations

Red represents passion, just like I feel towards my art and life. I love the fact that just a hint of red catches your attention and its the colour that signifies extreme emotions: love, lust and rage

Chennai's Aarthi Goyal's fluid art will brighten your boring cup of coffee

Aarthi Goyal tells us how art has always been a part of her life and how she plans on bringing colour into everyone's everyday living

CUCET-2019 test will be conducted on May 25 & 26, and results will be published on June 21

14 Central Universities to jointly organise the CUCET-2019 Entrance Test for various programmes on May 25 & 26

The test will be conducted at several centres across the country and candidates are required to apply for the same through the online portal

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Forced into prostitution by family, Chennai seventh grader complained to teachers - who ignored her

Police said that the girl had been undergoing harassment for several months and the incident came to light when she recently shared her turmoil with a neighbour

The Madurai Kamaraj University

Madurai Kamaraj University delays salary of guest lecturers in constituent colleges

More than 300 guest lecturers are working on an hourly basis and they are getting Rs 125 per hour. MKU did not make payment for their salary for the month of February

The CSIR Pusa New Delhi students protested on September 10, 2018. (Pic: Nikhil Gupta)

Researchers' pockets still empty 42 days after government announced hike

Researchers have not received their stipend for anywhere between six months to one year even after a hike was announced on January 20, 2019

Kamal Nayak doing what he does best | (Pic: Kamal Nayak)

Meet Kamal Nayak, a UN fellow, who started Good Universe and is doing all he can to help spread sexual and menstrual awareness

A lot of information disbursed at the camps in slums is visual and several diagrams are used to explain the content better 

Students at KIIT | (Pic: KIIT)

Here's why KIIT has once again hit a high note when it comes to their placement record

"When it comes to students wanting to go abroad, whichever MoUs were signed with foreign universities, we ensure that there is a student exchange," says KIIT's Director of Placements

VJIM students in a classroom | (Pic: VJIM)

Through their unique programmes, Hyderabad's VJIM is grooming students to be industry-ready. Here's how

Their Career Vision Schooling, business conclaves and experienced faculty ensure that students can put their best foot forward in the world outside

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School textbooks in Thiruvananthapuram to turn smart with QR codes from the coming academic year

A QR code is a type of two-dimensional barcode used for providing easy access to information through a smartphone or camera

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B'luru govt school teachers hold night classes, wake up students early morning to train them for SSLC exams

In Bengaluru, the teachers are conducting extra classes until late in the evening and also early in the morning before regular school hours

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Pondicherry Uni increases MBA fees by a whopping 125%, students' forums demand immediate rollback

The university has hiked the annual fees for the MBA courses from Rs 74,200 in the academic year 2018-19 to Rs 1.66 lakh in the academic year 2019-20

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Slow Clap: Why Holi is holy and Indians don't need detergent

Twitter blew up with #boycottsurfexcel after Surf says Rang Laaye Sang. Here's why you're anti-national if you don't feel the same way

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RIP Science: Level 2 Pranic Healer delivers a lecture at IIT Madras, tells students to 'feel Ether'

The Facebook page of IITM Students against Pseudo-Science put out a post condemning the lecture where Western medicine was put down as exploitative

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Bollywood star Nawazuddin Siddiqui unveiled as brand ambassador for popular gaming site 'PokerStars'

The famous actor joins Indian poker pro Aditya Agarwal, Muskan Sethi, herself an actress on Team Pro, and a host of celebrity players

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'Exams first, marriage later' motto wins 20-years-old Maharashtra student praise

Renuka Pawar attended her Class XII economics examination while her future husband waited patiently outside

Scooldudes had 6,000 registrations in the pilot phase

Worried your kids are spending too much time on the internet? Log on to scooldudes.com and let them learn while they surf

Scooldudes.com is an afterschool hangout for kids that has a range of interesting activities that help hone life skills

Suno is a safe portable foetal heartbeat listener, which can be used by pregnant women at the comfort of their homes (Pic: Pregnitive)

You can now hear your unborn baby's heartbeat from anywhere, thanks to this engineer duo

Hyderabad-based Pregnitive, a women's healthcare company designs solutions to improve the health of mothers and babies

With its mobile van going from one place to another, Apni Roti is serving fresh and piping hot rotis with dollops of ghee, homemade pickle and sometimes even sweets (Pic: Apni Roti)

Check out the Apni Roti van, which provides 4k fresh rotis to the poor every single day — on wheels

Installed inside the mobile van is an automated roti-making machine that has the capacity of producing close to 1,000 rotis in just an hour

Front pages of major dailies

Newspapers run blank front pages in Kashmir to protest 'denial' of govt ads to two dailies

The Kashmir Editors' Guild (KEG) had claimed last month that the state government had stopped giving advertisements to two major local dailies — Greater Kashmir and Kashmir Reader

Transit Schools are run free of cost to help poor students pass class X, enabling employment prospects and thus preventing their future poverty

Here's how the NGO Hand in Hand has transformed the lives of underprivileged children

The work that the NGO has done to eliminate child labour and educate children won it this year's Bal Kalyan Puraskar 

The panel recommended the implementation of Aadhaar as it enabled geo-location based biometric attendance system for staff and faculty of the colleges

High Court seeks Ayush Ministry reply on plea against decision on Aadhaar-based attendance in colleges

The petitioner's plea stated that the Aadhaar and its usage cannot be forced upon any individual

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RTE Admissions: Parents in distress as there is no LKG in Karnataka government schools 

As the entry level for RTE is LKG and no pre-primary classes are available in state government schools, the Department of Public Instruction has no option but to consider private unaided schools

This edition of the biennale showcases works of 50 artists from 13 countries

Here's what the second edition of the Chennai Photo Biennale has to offer its audience

We check out the second edition of the Chennai Photo Biennale, while catching up with its founder and curator

Sneha’s sponsors are JK Tyres and her employer Indigo Airlines

Meet Sneha Sharma, the fastest woman F4 racer in the country, who is also an Indigo flight commander

At just eighteen, Sneha Sharma already had her own flying license and racing license. This was before getting a driver's license. Beat that 

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War of words: From #Abhinandan to 'dodging the bullet', learning word chunks better

Learning words in chunks helps English language learners use the newly learned words effectively while speaking and writing. There are many advantages of learning word chunks

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Should caste customs interfere in judicial system and mitigate penalty in a democracy? 

The Supreme Court had reduced punishment from death penalty to 25 years of jail time on the ground that honour killing is customary for some communities

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Why St Peter's Group of Institutions does not want to ban mobile phone on campus and encourage digital education

Students want good jobs, not good education and this is what is most unfortunate, says TV Reddy, Secretary-cum-Correspondent of St Peter's Group of Institutions

Ramakanta Biswal with students | (Pic: Ramakanta Biswal)

Why teachers' olympiad's Bhubneshwar topper Ramakanta Biswal will always be an educator first

In the future, Biswal would like to teach at reputed institutes across the country and at some point, find his way back to research