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These siblings are on a mission to educate every Pakistani street kid

Hasan is just 16 and Shireen is 14. These siblings run a steert school in Karachi to educate the underprivileged children

Published on 25th August 2017
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Mumbai-based Dhamma Wings is not only the country's first Buddhist rock band but it is also waging a war on casteism 

This group of five won't settle for anything less than peace and equality. That's why they present legends like Buddha and Ambedkar through their music

Published on 7th September 2017
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When Godse first met Gandhi he brought him a sack of old shoes. What Bapu did next will shock you, recalls Tushar Gandhi

On Gandhi Jayanthi, Tushar Gandhi brings us insightful tales and shades of the Mahatma that shows us how a leader of that bent of mind may still be in vogue today

Published on 2nd October 2017
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Noisy tourists make their way to Bandipur and Nagarhole for holidays, forget their rule books at home 

Nagarhole, Bandipur Tiger Reserves and Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary are feeling the pressure with a rise in tourists and a fall in their respect for other living thing

Published on 1st October 2017
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No ordinary march, this is war: Kailash Sathyarthi on his movement against child abuse

Kailash Sathyarthi believes that youth play a supreme role in meeting this goal,and envisions them as India's main hope in this dark, dark war

Published on 15th September 2017
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Talking to Kriti Sanon, the closet nerd and the new brand ambassador for Education New Zealand, about her childhood and #educationgoals 

With Kriti Sanon as brand ambassador and a string of special initiatives for India, sthe Regional director also weighs in on how New Zealand is sure to win the hearts of Indian students

Published on 15th September 2017
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These young women tell you why the 'Bolo Aunty Aun Kya' video is the most derogatory trending video

There is a fine line between expression and offense. The Aunty Mai Aau Kya song, though viral, dangles closer to the latter and has sparked national outrage

Published on 15th September 2017
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Vidit Gujrathi, who is the 4th Indian chess Grandmaster to break into the 2700 ELO club, talks about the game

Three-time Asian Youth Chess Championship winner, gold medalist at the Commonwealth Games and the youngest player to qualify for 'National A' in Chennai — this 22-year-old has pledged to own the sport

Published on 19th September 2017
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ERROR 404 for 100 days: Infuriated, frustrated GenY in Darjeeling talks about the indefinite internet blackout 

Travelling miles to fill an admission form and spending big bucks to get basic information is the most normal thing to do for the youth in Darjeeling. How long do you think the youth can take it?  

Published on 22nd September 2017
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Remote tribal pockets are home to this man who's changing lives one green idea at a time 

The social enterprise aims at creating a market across the eastern states for around 2,500 tribals. The members, mostly women, benefit when they are connected with role models 

Published on 25th September 2017
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It’s screen time versus the classroom for new age English language learners

Cambridge Assessment English is making landmark change in how technology is being used to impart English language education

Published on 25th September 2017
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It's official! Terribly Tiny Tales are launching their first book through an FB live with Tanmay Bhat!

We’ve all read TTT online and loved them. Now it's time to read these tales on paper! Find out about the story of their first book and the story behind it

Published on 1st October 2017
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70 going on 17: As India turns 70, author Roshen Dalal gives us a flashback through her latest book 

Age is just a number for evergreen India which is growing younger by the year. Roshen Dalal, the author of India at 70 about why we need to look at our past before we step into the future

Published on 14th August 2017
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#Burntheshadecard: How this cosmetic brand is getting young Indians to fight colour bias by changing their profile pic on FB

How do you take a stand against 'dark skin' bias without stepping into the sun? Change your DP and get involved with the #Burntheshadecard campaign this I-Day

Published on 14th August 2017
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British Council's Active Citizens programme is training individuals to take up responsibility and bring change in their own communities

The idea of  the programme is to inspire and build the capacities of individuals who want to be change makers in their community

Published on 2nd August 2017

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