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Student Oscars 2016 semi-finalist Vivek R Nipani peeks behind the veil of patriarchy for his film A Story of Two Veils

Director Vivek Nilani, with his documentary, is attempting to give a voice to the voiceless women of Rajasthan and helping the society look beyond patriarchy.

Published on 21st September 2017
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This woman from Andhra Pradesh is giving shelter to girls who are shunned by their own families

Through her orphanage for abandoned girls— Aarti Homes—  Sandhya Puchalapalli is sensitising India towards the plight of its girl children  

Published on 19th September 2017
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No man, just puri: India's favorite street food gets a modern twist thanks to these Manipal students

The machine, invented by four Manipal Institute of Technology students, works at the push of a button and is nothing like India's chaat scene has ever seen 

Published on 21st September 2017
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Do India's teaching methods need a revamp? These students suggest changes that can make the classroom lively and fun

These students demand understanding teachers, a platform for freedom of expression and thought and a seperation from archaic classroom learning

Published on 21st September 2017
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Book lovers rejoice, Tamil Nadu Virtual Academy digitises and uploads around 10K rare Tamil books

A chunk of the books are from the personal collection of Serfoji II, a former ruler of Thanjavur, while others are coming from the library as well as eight participating centres

Published on 21st September 2017
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Indeed, the best jams are the homemade kind

Home Made Jams believes in the goodness of home when it comes to shooting covers or mashups of songs

Published on 19th September 2017
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WCC brings its original script to stage this year and it's worth every minute

For the first time ever, WCC has brought its own original script to the stage and its loosely based on the Grimms' fairytale - 'Town Musicians of Bremin'

Published on 21st 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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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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Coimbatore district witnesses 50 per cent decrease in child labour in a decade thanks to awareness, education

The National Child Labour Project revealed that 20 per cent of the calls that reported cases of child labour were false

Published on 22nd September 2017
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It's Festember time for NIT Tiruchy and over 1K college students from across India are attending

The fest, which will centre around it's theme for the year 'Orient', will also showcase flavours of East and SouthEast Asian countries

Published on 22nd 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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UoH's Alliance for Social Justice is completely unlike JNU's Left Alliance but has same agenda- fighting right-wing propaganda

 

Several student parties on campus have joined together to form the Alliance for Social Justice to counter the ABVP in the HCU polls scheduled to take place on September 21
 

Published on 19th September 2017
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How it is like for a man to wear a saree and step out of his house? Let's solve this criss-CROSS puzzle       

Crossdressers are not new to India, neither is people staring at them strangely. But isn't it time to get over it? Here's what these men have to say about the lack of acceptability of the concept    

Published on 23rd September 2017
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As the Ministry of Defence mulls over recruiting women for combat roles, these women officers are all for it

The armed forces have always been thought of as a man's job, but with the Indian Army mulling over recruting women in combat roles, senior female officers see a progression towards women empowerment

Published on 19th September 2017

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