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The history being taught is Delhi-centric: Anand Neelakantan rued about the education system

The author also noted that what history we are teaching is horrible and what we are trying to reach is horrendous

Published on 9th January 2020
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The premier institutions of the country are elite, not elitist, say panellists at ThinkEdu Conclave 

Speakers on the panel discussed the functioning of premier institutions and if they are elitist  

Published on 9th January 2020
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India will be top 10 in Olympics 2028: Minister of State of Youth Affairs and Sports Kiren Rijiju

Rijiju was speaking at the ThinkEdu Conclave 2020 on a session titled 'Look East: Within and Without', chaired by Editorial Director of The New Indian Express Prabhu Chawla

Published on 9th January 2020
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Young people must focus on upskilling, developing better communication skills and chase long-term goals: Panellists at ThinkEdu Conclave 2020

A panel of five, including educators, a politician and a former civil servant, found that unemployment will be an issue in the coming decade mainly because young people do not possess the right skills

Published on 9th January 2020
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The New Education Policy will fulfil Prime Minister Modi's vision of a new India: Ramesh Pokhriyal

The HRD Minister said that the NEP, which inculcates India's rich tradition, heritage and values, will be a step in the right direction and will propel us towards a better future full of possibilities

Published on 9th January 2020
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JNU violence not a national issue, college gang wars are quite normal in India: Kangana Ranaut

Students who are the fabric of our society should be sent to the Army to serve for at least one to two years and it should be made mandatory, Kangana Ranaut also said

Published on 9th January 2020
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India is already a Hindu Rashtra: What Subramanian Swamy had to say about the Indian politics and the Constitution

The BJP MP and former Minister was talking on the topic 'Life After Ayodhya: What's Next?' at TNIE's ThinkEdu Conclave 2020

Published on 9th January 2020
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Is India more divided or united: Panellists at ThinkEdu Conclave agree to disagree

Three out of four panellists noted that India has seen its worst division in its history, while the fourth disagreed

Published on 9th January 2020
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Public health education needs to serve the purpose: Gagandeep Kang, Scientist and Researcher

Widely known as India's 'vaccine godmother', Gagandeep feels that our education system needs to become more purposeful 

Published on 9th January 2020
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Money that goes into a woman's hands, goes into building the country: Sangita Reddy

Reddy, who is Apollo Hospitals' Joint MD, stated that companies with women leaders perform better in the stock market

Published on 9th January 2020
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We cannot go on about $5 trillion economy when people are still dying of hunger: Sachin Pilot, Rajasthan Deputy CM

Pilot passionately spoke about how it is impossible for us to move forward as a country if we continue to have people living in abject poverty and starving every day

Published on 9th January 2020
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India needs GDP growth of 8 per cent to eradicate poverty: SBI Chairman Rajnish Kumar 

August and September were the months that saw the worst of it but now, there is a marked improvement in the sentiments of the industrialists and investors, said Rajnish 

Published on 9th January 2020
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I call our leaders to take action: Licypriya Kangujam, 8-year-old climate change activist from Manipur

Licypriya also wants the world's children and youngsters to claim rights over the climate crises as they are the future generation

Published on 9th January 2020
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Filmmakers should not recreate vengeful stories of past: Sarathkumar 

Sarathkumar stressed that cinema is more than entertainment, filmmakers also have a responsibility in sending the right message to society and youth

Published on 8th January 2020
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Undiscovered Indian literary treasure: 95% of ancient manuscripts not yet translated

About 95% of the estimated 40 million manuscripts that India has floating around today has not been translated yet, said Bibek Debroy, economist and author at the ThinkEdu Conclave 2020

Published on 8th January 2020

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