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Still a long way to go before American soccer earns its Stars and Stripes 

While club football has a global fan base, America's professional league might seem to many as a glorified exhibition

Published on 20th October 2017
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OPINION: When so many women say Me Too about sexual abuse on FB, the quieter ones will speak up

Chennai-based psychologist Mini Rao's take on the #MeToo campaign and why she thinks it would help millions of women speak up about the smaller and bigger kinds of abuse

Published on 17th October 2017
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Need a website for your start-up? Commutatus and it's young founder will come to your rescue

Commutatus founder Michael Kevin Victor tells you how to give products a facelift when your start-up is on the verge of a growth spurt

Published on 16th October 2017
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PM Modi announces Rs 10,000 Cr funds for select universities that demonstrate ability to become global achievers

Modi was also the first PM to visit Patna University but rejected their demand to be granted Central University status

Published on 15th October 2017
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IMF reveals the mantra: Educate children in poor countries and income equality will follow

It says that in developing countries a child's reach to education is closely linked to his family's wealth. Kids in poorer countries have limited access to primary education

Published on 13th October 2017
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Your kid may want to cut down on those fries, study shows rich countries see high cases of child obesity

The researchers have however found that if the current trend continues, obesity among children will take over malnutrition on a global scale by 2022

Published on 12th October 2017
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For Divya Deepankar, the world is her audience, travel is her music and somewhere in your city, she will find her stage 

All the world's a stage and she is just a mere performer, travelling to dance and make her hastag #TereSheharMein trend globally

Published on 11th October 2017
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Because learning should be Chimple: How storytellers and artists can help kids read and write  

Bengaluru-based startup Chimple was also one of the few to get their hands on Elon Musk’s one million dollars at the Global Learning XPRIZE competition

Published on 11th October 2017
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#TakeAKnee: Did you know that some of the words that we use today had a different meaning when they originated?

Dr Albert P' Rayan, Professor of English at KCG College of Engineering, looks back into the history of words and phrases

Published on 10th October 2017
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UGC develops new Psychology curriculum with a 'Sanskaari' touch to make it relevant in the Indian context. Are you psyched about it?

Outdated manuals, a system of rote and little to no understanding of several concepts have driven this move. The new curriculum has been adopted by the UGC and will be deployed soon

Published on 10th October 2017
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From Sikh turbans to Muslims with beards: Why school uniforms may never be the same again in the next century 

From Oxford to India's smallest town school is the usage of uniforms becoming more of a social issue rather than a way to ensure everyone feels equal? That is the question

Published on 9th October 2017
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OPINION: The 'like-my-daughter' reasoning is stale. Here's why safety and freedom go hand in hand for women in the BHU campus

AIPWA secretary Kavita Krishnan believes that the BHU example shows, the more protectionist the campus, the more willing it is to protect sexual harassers and silence complainants. Do you agree?

Published on 2nd October 2017
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Flying Solo: Why Masala Coffee is putting Kerala's music scene on the global map

After doing the soundtrack for Dulquer Salman-starrer Solo, Masala Coffee is looking at breaking new ground and looks back on their musical roots in Kerala

Published on 7th October 2017
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A number of Bengaluru scientists had a big hand to play in this year's Nobel Prize in Physics. Here's how

Bengaluru-based Professor Bala Iyer, who had been working on the LIGO project for decades is now elated about his colleagues receiving the Nobel Prize

Published on 6th October 2017
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Ever attempted a digital exam? These guys could be behind it  

TCS iON’s chief tells us how they’re making digital evaluation as addictive as Facebook, to teachers

Published on 26th August 2017

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