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US Justice Department finds Yale discriminates against Asian Americans during admission

In a statement, the DoJ said that its findings - are the result of a two-year investigation in response to a complaint by Asian American groups concerning Yale's conduct

Published on 14th August 2020
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Union Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal to inaugurate global two-day conference on transforming varsities impacted by COVID-19

This conference comes right after the launch of the National Education Policy 2020 which aims to reimagine and transform the future of education and universities of India

Published on 4th August 2020
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With USA asking international students to go back, will Indian students still apply to Ivy League schools this year?

With the US government asking international students to go back to their countries if the fall semester is held online, will Indian students still want that Harvard degree?

Published on 8th July 2020
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Why Prabhat Sinha quit a job in the US to set up a sports academy for underprivileged kids in rural Maharashtra

Prabhat Sinha tells us how with his Mann Deshi Champions programme, he is aiming to enable every girl child in rural India to play sports

Published on 7th July 2020
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EIA is destructive, let nature reboot during pandemic: 50 student organisations write to Javadekar's Environment Ministry about new proposal

The EIA draft was released on March 12, right before the country went into a massive lockdown. Public opinions on this are open till June 30

Published on 25th June 2020
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#BoycottChina: Here are some cool, safe alternatives to 'red-flagged' Chinese apps

The recommendations of the intel agencies have backing of the National Security Council Secretariat which determined that certain China-linked apps could be detrimental to the country's security

Published on 22nd June 2020
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Why Plaksha University's founders think it will take India 15-20 years to make quality education affordable and accessible

Is it possible for India to make online education work for all its students? Do we need a change in education policies to match the new normal?

Published on 19th June 2020
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Why the Vedica Scholars Programme is what women need to bridge the gender gap at work

Anuradha Das Mathur, co-founder of the Vedica Scholars Programme for Women, talks about how they're training women to really find their place at the top of the corporate world - and make it count

Published on 14th June 2020
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#AmphanCyclone: Here's how you can donate to relief funds to help cyclone-ravaged Bengal and Odisha

Students, local groups, NGOs, and people from around the world are providing financial support to West Bengal after the super cyclone pummeled through the state leaving behind a trail of destruction

Published on 22nd May 2020
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Rebooting education: How e-learning will change the course of history in the post-Corona age

Online education is expected to grow from $ 247 million in 2016 to $ 1.96 billion by 2021. Its users are estimated to grow to 1.6 million in 2016 to 9.6 million by the end of 2021

Published on 19th May 2020
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Here are 21 crazy cool online courses and how to study them

Conventional courses that will make you super employable or pad up your resume not quite your cup of chai? Fret not. Over the next three pages, here are some offbeat courses to satiate your soul

Published on 17th May 2020
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India could avoid 72 per cent of COVID-19 cases after lockdown by closing red light areas: Yale and Harvard study 

India can add 17 days of additional delay to the peak increasing hard-earned gains from the lockdown. Closing red light areas could reduce COVID-19 deaths by 63 per cent

Published on 16th May 2020
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This 22-year-old travelled on a motorcycle from Pune to Alappuzha in 48 hours during the lockdown

Covering 1,300 km in a virtually non-stop 48-hour ride, she reached Alappuzha on May 9. The health department has put her in institutional quarantine at a resort

Published on 14th May 2020
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Call of Duty: Warzone Battle Royale crosses 50 million players following Coronavirus outbreak

The number has been impacted due to work-from-home policies as people stay indoors during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Warzone is one of the fastest-growing Battle Royal titles in gaming

Published on 13th April 2020
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Why this Yale student is uniting the Indian students at top US varsities to fight communal hate in India

Started by Shreeya Singh who was born in India but grew up in the US, Students Against Hindutva aims to unite all those students who think that the ideas of equality and democracy are at risk in India

Published on 9th April 2020

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