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Why Director Aparna Malladi's Girls-Only Jane Austen Book Club may be the perfect way for Hyderabadis to brush up on their classics

The filmmaker and avid reader has thought up a novel way to discuss the timeless women in Jane Austen and is sure to get a lot of like-minded people on board

Published on 31st August 2017
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This app brings English-learning to you: Why MyEnglish is an online classroom worth attending

The British Council is all set to introduce MyEnglish to different parts of the country

Published on 3rd September 2017
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Schools should be charged if they can't keep their students safe, say 88% parents in online survey

A majority of parents in the survey suggested a background check and police verification for staff, seperate toilets for kids and staff besides other guidelines

Published on 13th September 2017
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Date-à-tête with Rachman Blake: Why this may be the only time you'll laugh about your dating life

What is a Psych major from Princeton doing on a stage in Hyderabad? Making you laugh about all your bad dates. Check out Rachman Blake who is in India to rattle all the dating skeletons in your closet

Published on 8th September 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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CMC is NOT protesting against NEET, only the single-window counselling: CMC Director Dr Sunil Chandy

Responding to criticism that they have 'shut' their admission down because they were sour about the NEET judgement, CMC Vellore Director Dr Sunil Chandy clarifies the Institute's stand

Published on 6th September 2017
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Meet Siddhant Nair, the ONLY student who got an MBBS seat at CMC Vellore this year 

Not allowed to carry on admission their way, CMC Vellore has taken the bold and unconventional move of admitting just one student — the son of a martyr based out of Mumbai 

Published on 6th September 2017
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Archaic system in BHU ensures that only boys have all the fun, female residents imposed with biased rules

Petty discriminatory rules include no access to free wifi in hostel, dress code, no non-veg food on campus and no participating in protests, none of which is imposed on the male students

Published on 1st October 2017
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Feeling blue and suicidal? This Karnataka online counselling platform can be YourDost

A Bengaluru startup is working its way towards eliminating student suicides one youngster at a time. This online counselling platform is virtually saving lives 

Published on 14th September 2017
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India's first female firefighter Harshini Kanhekar Urankar talks about being the only girl in the entire college  

From being judged for being a woman firefighter to inspiring many girls to join the National Fire Service College (NFSC), she has come a long way. Hang on, because the journey has just started

Published on 19th September 2017
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Online portal Vedantu ensures that students not only excel in studies but also fall in love with it

Now learning is getting real-easy for the students with Vedantu tutorial platform where teachers provide coaching over the internet

Published on 22nd September 2017
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OPINION: Do adivasi, Dalit and gay rights exist only in seminars?

Ashley Tellis talks about violence of the neoliberal Indian University for whom the woman, the Dalit or the gay or the adivasi is no more than seminar topics

Published on 25th September 2017
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18 Till I Die: Why TN getting a new Governor may only delay Anna University's chances of getting a Vice-Chancellor, after 18 months without a head

Eighteen months after the last VC relinquished charge, the governing varsity for almost every engineering college in Tamil Nadu is languishing without a head. And the strain is beginning to show

Published on 4th October 2017
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Here's why NUS Business School's Blended Education Programme might be the best bet for graduates and professionals who want to perfect their managerial skills

The Blended Education programme promises to provide western quality education, customised to the Asian context

Published on 11th August 2017
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This online course aims to spread STEM education to women from small cities across India

The Anita Borg Institute India launched 2017 Codeathon.in, an online course for female students in STEM Education from smaller cities across India

Published on 3rd August 2017

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