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Grandson of Uttar Pradesh BJP MLA ragged at Aligarh Muslim University, prof calls it 'trivial matter'

Vijay, who is a fresher in the department of foreign languages, has alleged that on first day of college, seniors entered the class, interrupted it and started ragging the juniors

Published on 30th August 2019
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The Jananeethi story: How this former priest has been offering free legal help to Kerala's oppressed since 1991

George Pulikuthiyil about starting his battle for human rights and how standing up to big establishments and religious bodies in the church has set serious #lifegoals for Kerala's youth

Published on 28th August 2019
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Why Maavni's stunning Odia-style hand-painted home decor is what every home needs

"Luckily for us, word of mouth of our good work has attracted artists to join us and now, we are a strong team focused on portraying Odisha art and craft in the most creative way," says Smaranika

Published on 21st August 2019
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From Jaffna to Montreal, how Navz-47 escaped war and is making music to fight bullies  

The Canadian-Tamil singer's latest single has 81,000 views on YouTube and has been praised by musicians in the Tamil music industry

Published on 19th August 2019
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Start-up India, can't stand up India: Crippled by economy slowdown, start-ups hope for revival

Industry experts say the government will have to ensure stepped up spending, particularly in sectors like infrastructure, education, healthcare and connectivity, to revive the growth Start-up India,

Published on 19th August 2019
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Independence Day: 5 interesting facts that you probably didn't know about 'Jana Gana Mana'

As we celebrate the 73rd Independence Day it is important that we know our national anthem better than the rest of the world

Published on 15th August 2019
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This literary club in Bengaluru is working to introduce old and new poets in Hindi and Urdu literature

Anjuman Literary Club is famous in Bengaluru and many new poets join the sessions to recite their poems

Published on 12th August 2019
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The Suraj Yengde interview: People are eager to learn about Nazis, but not about caste oppression in India

Suraj Yengde is a Harvard scholar, he was also the first Dalit to get a PhD from an African University. He is in India to promote his book 'Caste Matters'

 

Published on 5th August 2019
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Five reasons why we must pay attention to what actor Suriya said about the NEP  

The actor criticised the NEP on its decision to shut down small schools, increase board exams, entrances and the three-language system

 

Published on 16th July 2019
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How this Kerala company is using farms and sustainable techniques to make adventure sports cooler

Have your vacations been a little low-key recently? We speak to the founder of Plunge Adventures about why their authentic adventure tourism and the experiences that come with it are totally

Published on 3rd July 2019
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Socialist ideas are now considered 'passe': Maitrayee Chaudhuri, author and JNU Sociology professor

Maitrayee Chaudhuri spoke to us about her book, everyday advertisements, everyday details in the English-language print media, the communicative abundance of television

Published on 26th June 2019
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NIFT alumni start a petition to reinstate jobs of 56 staffers who were fired for sexual harassment complaint

The termination came after a group of close to 13 support staff staged a protest at the campus stating that they got no resolution for their complaint on alleged sexual harassment

Published on 19th June 2019
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He's not one to 'fish' for compliments but Saravanan has surely mapped his way into people's hearts

Saravanan, a fisherman, does something that is a first in Chennai — he designs maps of coastal areas and fishing communities

Published on 17th June 2019
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Democracy is not about who your next PM is going to be: Umar Khalid

Indian activist and former Jawaharlal Nehru University student Umar Khalid talks to us about the state of minorities in India, youth in politics, education and lot more

Published on 1st May 2019
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Being fat shamed online? Let Neelakshi Singh show you how to put trolls in their place

Why we need more body positive bloggers like Neelakshi Singh to remind us that being told we're fat online is uncool — and damaging on so many levels

Published on 10th May 2019

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