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Malnourishment made in India: How Sudharak Olwe's frames will compel us to understand hunger better

Olwe also runs a foundation, Photography Promotion Trust, through which they are working on a few collective projects that shed light on Mumbai’s water crisis and other issues

Published on 23rd December 2019
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At just 14, Kamakshi Gupta displayed her madhubani art in New Delhi. How cool!

A student of Modern School, Barakhamba Road, this class IX student exhibited as many as 25 paintings at the Convention Foyer of the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi

Published on 19th December 2019
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Here's why you should read IIT Madras alumni Rituparna Ghosh's 'Unloved in Love'

Unloved in Love deals with the emotional turmoil students go through while making critical life choices. We speak to debut author Rituparna Ghosh about her experiences 

Published on 18th December 2019
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We need to concentrate on inter-disciplinary research: CUTN's secret for exponential growth

In the past decade, the university has also built world-class labs for the Chemistry and Life Science schools

Published on 18th December 2019
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Apolitical IIT Delhi students march 'silently' against police brutality at Jamia, but not against CAA

IIT Delhi students have made it clear that they did not want to politicise their march in solidarity with the Jamia students, by taking a stand for or against the CAA

Published on 18th December 2019
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Assam students to go to villages across state to sensitise people about perils of NRC

The All Assam Students' Union (AASU) has been working to sensitise people but the students have only been able to reach urban or suburban areas. Now, it is time to take it to the grassroots

Published on 17th December 2019
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Jamia Millia violence: Here's what happens to your body when you're hit with tear gas

Tear gases are chemical compounds that irritate the eyes, skin, lungs, and are capable of having an effect on various other organs. They can also cause people to become non-functional

Published on 16th December 2019
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Hey Ram! UP govt sanctions Rs 30 lakh to trace Lord Ram's international footprint to Ayodhya Research Institute

The global project, which aims to showcase India's cultural-religious legacy to the world, will feature many countries in Southeast Asia, Central Asia, the Caribbean and parts of Europe

Published on 16th December 2019
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Jamia students protest shirtless in biting Delhi winter, day after police violence rocks campus 

Post the police brutality that tore apart the campus of Jamia Millia Islamia University in New Delhi, students let nothing hold them back, not even the cold, and continue protesting 

Published on 16th December 2019
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Driving away the English Blues: Here's how you can learn the language easily

‘English Blues’ refers to the hardships one faces while trying to master the language. Here are ways for the learners to drive them away and learn easily

Published on 14th December 2019
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Jamia Millia cancels semester exams, declares winter vacation amid CAA protests

On Friday, the Jamia Millia Islamia University students initially wanted to march towards the Parliament but the cops had placed barricades which resulted in clashes

Published on 14th December 2019
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Four of the top five IITs haven't filled PhD seats reserved for SC, ST, OBC students since 2013. Here's why

The data was collated from the annual reports and enrollment data submitted by the institutes and was released by the SFI. However, is the reason one that is really valid in this day and age 

Published on 12th December 2019
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Meet this Israeli trio who launched a nano-satellite from India's PSLV launcher

Jointly built by efforts of students from the Herzliya Science Center and Sha'ar Hanegev High School, the satellite is designed to serve children from across the country to “observe the Earth"

Published on 12th December 2019
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How the BJP went from honouring Tipu's memory to clamouring for his ouster from textbooks in 8 years

Historians and educationists in Karnataka opine that the government should not interfere in academic perspectives and consider the report submitted by the Karnataka Text Book Society 

Published on 12th December 2019
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What is your learning style: An exploration of how we absorb information

Rahul R Lexman is an Assistant Professor from XIME, Kochi. He co-authored the article with first-year PGDM students Shameem Cina Thomas, Pradyumna P and Harshil Doshi

Published on 11th December 2019

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