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By April, TN's transgenders will be able to get government jobs under a separate quota

The Madras High Court ordered the government to frame suitable rules and also asked them to undertake a survey of transgenders across TN. Activists and transgenders are thrilled at the move

Published on 30th November 2017
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Now, Anbumani Ramadoss wants NEET coaching from 9th standard for TN students

The MP and PMK leader had written to the PM demanding exemption from NEET in May. Clearly, he has also changed his mind with the TN Government

Published on 28th November 2017
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Now, 40K hostellers in Rajasthan to sing Jana Gana Mana before breakfast

Rajasthan's Social Justice and Empowerment Department has taken this step to kindle a spirit of patriotism in students — and this will be monitored by the warden of each hostel

Published on 28th November 2017
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She will have to pay a condonation: College Principal on the return of Love Jihad student Hadiya

When everyone is wondering about the fallout of sending Hadiya back to college, the authorities are firm that they will not let the hype push them to accord her with some celebrity refugee status

Published on 27th November 2017
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SC tells Love Jihad girl Hadiya to study homeopathy at Sivaraj College in Salem

The Dean of her new college has been handed over guardian duties by the Apex Court and has given him the liberty to approach them if a problem were to arise

Published on 27th November 2017
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Crooning for climate change: Mohan Kannan's next is a song based on an issue concerning all of us   

Mohan Kannan, the vocalist of the band Agnee, was an alumnus of XIMB and is the singer of India's first song on climate change. In a chat, he talks about the song, Bollywood music and more

Published on 25th November 2017
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HC tells Delhi government to include provision for relocation of child sexual abuse victims

Bachpan Bachao Andolan had claimed in its application that in several cases of child sexual abuse, relocating victims and their family would be warranted as they may face threats from the perps

Published on 21st November 2017
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SC says NO to regulating Blue Whale Challenge but asks MHRD to warn kids

The court had in October asked the government to set up an expert panel to block virtual dare games like the Blue Whale Challenge and others that encourage and incite harm and suicidal tendencies 

Published on 20th November 2017
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Why is Pa Ranjith angry about a Fine Arts College student who committed suicide three weeks ago? The answer lies in his chilling suicide note

With pressure mounting amid increasing protests from student groups, Minister Ma Foi Pandiarajan said he is willing to reopen an investigation into the suicide. Will it happen?

Published on 16th November 2017
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Aligarh student assaulted at AMU's Kerala campus: North Indian students on protest to end 'discrimination' 

In what is a worrisome allegation of a divide between North Indian and local students in Kerala, things seem to be coming to a boil in Malappuram

Published on 11th November 2017
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WATCH: Has UoH really not learnt any lessons from Rohith Vemula? Protests rock varsity after 10 students suspended, cops converge on campus

Students have issued a statement saying that this is not the campus that they entered and that this is not the education that they signed up for — as the protests are escalating

Published on 10th November 2017
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Do you need to complain about sexual harassment at work? Govt's SHe-Box portal to accept complaints from women in private companies too

About 70 per cent of Indian working women do not report incidents of sexual harassment at work in fear of the repercussions, according to a survey by the Indian Bar Association, 2017

Published on 7th November 2017
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Ten years after their Student Union was outlawed, here's why Jamia Milia students have resorted to an indefinite hunger strike 

With no Student Union to represent their woes, Jamia's hunger strike and current plight for justice may serve as a grim reminder as to what will happen if JNU and UoH banish their Unions 

Published on 31st October 2017
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Good Harvest School reaps equality and social justice in the right dose and, gives girls opportunities for growth

The Good Harvest School is a one-of-a-kind green school that teaches young girls valuable lessons on agricultural practices along with their regular subjects

Published on 31st October 2017
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Is marriage an unspoken license to rob an individual of their identity and religion

Denying a woman the right to practise her religion after marriage is violative of Article 25. John B Monteiro talks

Published on 2nd November 2017

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