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Kisan Network is putting the power of purchase back in the hands of the farmer

Princeton dropout, AP AgTech winner, featured in the Forbes 30 under 30 list — all these are pale in comparison to Aditya Agarwalla's mission, which is to help farmers get their due in our country

Published on 4th January 2018
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Meet this 98-year-old from Patna, who became an Eco postgraduate yesterday

Raj Kumar Vaishya was one among 22.1K students to receive a degree from Nalanda Open University this year. About 2780 students, including 29 gold medalists were invited to the convocation ceremony

Published on 27th December 2017
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Can you make drones? Hackadrone 2018 is an event you wouldn't want to miss

Hackadrone 2018 is inviting people from far and wide to come up with innovative solutions using drone technology

 

Published on 26th December 2017
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Jobs in Ayurvedic sector witnessed a  56%  increase in 2017, making it one of the 'flexible jobs' in India

A new study by Indeed suggests that jobs in sectors like digital marketing, government and technology saw a significant rise in 2017

 

 

Published on 25th December 2017
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BR Ambedkar Diwas: Four revolutionary reforms by Ambedkar that deserve a comeback 

Ambedkar's policies were pathbreaking but over the decades his ideas have been forgotten and buried, but many still continue to have the potential to make drastic changes to the system

Published on 6th December 2017
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Kancha Illaiah arrest: Right wing is dismantling intellectual discourse and freedom of speech

Dalit activist Kancha Illaiah Shepherd has been in the news over the last few days over the protests against his latest book Samajika Smugglurlu Komatollu on the Arya-Vysya community

Published on 6th December 2017
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Remembering Amma: Five awesome Jaya films that every millennial MUST WATCH

Go online, find a pirate site or go scround around in old DVD rental places till you've got a copy of these movies and then binge watch 

Published on 5th December 2017
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Transgenders, underprivileged students could soon get free correspondence courses at BU

While there are reservations for transgenders in Bangalore university's UG courses, stigma and fear prevent many such students from accepting the course

Published on 3rd December 2017
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This DU student's film on Rohingyas uses ants to explain the crisis like never before

Originally from Alappuzha, Anson's film Upavahana will earn the ire of the ABVP ahead of the SC ruling on Dec 5 as it explains how Rohingyas are the victims. But he isn't worried  

Published on 28th November 2017
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How 23-year-old Cipun Mishra is introducing Odisha's youth to Spoken Word Poetry

Odisha is a land where poetry and culture are cherished greatly, so Cipun Mishra found a lot of help along the way with people offering venues free of cost to host his poetry sessions

Published on 23rd November 2017
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This Chennai artist just protested GST on pads in the artsiest way possible. And it's RAD!

The 24-year old was a mechanical engineering student but has always been passionate about art and is now pursuing it as a career — and his GST piece is simply stunning

Published on 22nd November 2017
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Gautham Reddy backpacked 20,000 km along the Silk Route in borrowed shoes. Talk about #TravelGoals  

He walked the Silk Route and what he experienced is distilled into his book, Seyyah, in which he talks about borders, beards and bonds

 

Published on 17th November 2017
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This Vellore Physics professor taught a class of tribal 12th-graders in rural Assam for a week and now he's lost his heart to them

Noah Eastman is a professor at Voorhees College and an MCC alumnus, and was invited to teach a school in Assam for a week and he can't wait to go back

Published on 15th November 2017
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Meet Anand Mishra, a Lucknowi teen, whose movement has helped 750 village kids go to school

At age 13, Anand's initiative has reached 50 villages and he has addressed over 50,000 children — the goal is to make all of them get to school and we think that's awesome

Published on 14th November 2017
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Aishwarya Tandon paid 17 girls from a Gurugram slum to go to school. What happened next will make you cry

Tandon started Nrinam with these 17 girls, helping them to make arts and crafts, get an education — and is looking at getting more girls out of the slums and into schools. Way to go

Published on 7th November 2017

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