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Suraj Yengde

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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Why education activists are shocked by 'last-minute' screening test for free NEET coaching

Government schools were providing free coaching to the students as regular coaching centres charge exorbitant prices, now it looks students might not be able to access this coaching too 

Published on 4th August 2019
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OPINION: Why the NEP harbours a hidden agenda and is morally bankrupt  

The fact that India is a union of States and the Constitution of India establishes a federal structure to the government implies that education should never be centralized

Published on 31st July 2019
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SC reserves order on plea over EWS reservation being referred to constitution bench

A bench headed by Justice S.A. Bobde reserved the order on whether the matter requires to be referred to the constitution bench or not after hearing the parties

Published on 1st August 2019
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Tamil Nadu IMA calls for one day strike, doctors say protest won't inconvenience patients

Tamil Nadu Indian Medical Association announced the withdrawal of out-patient and other non-emergency services from 6 am on Wednesday to 6 am

Published on 31st July 2019
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Why the National Exit Examination is going to be the 'next' NEET for marginalised students

Medicos have strongly opposed the new move, calling it unnecessary and unfair to the students  

 

Published on 28th July 2019
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OPINION: Why DU (and India's) students need to study about riots in our curriculum

Education needs to promote equality and fraternity and part of that comes from an understanding of the violence that we, as a country, have been through

Published on 25th July 2019
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Better health, education for women led to rapid fall in population growth in India, says First Secy in India's Mission to UN

The availability of health services in India took a giant step towards universal health coverage last September when the National Health Protection Scheme was launched 

Published on 18th July 2019
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Not enough is being done to bring down global warming, time running out: United Nations

The UN will host the SDGs and Climate Action Summits as well as other crucial meetings during the high-level week of the 74th Session of the General Assembly

Published on 11th July 2019
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This is an insult to the entire community: How transgenders are reacting to Pala college's stance on reservation

Alphonsa College, Pala, affiliated to the MG University recently approached the Kerala High Court, asking it to reconsider the transgender reservation 

Published on 10th July 2019
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Facebook to double women workforce globally in the next five years

Since 2014, Facebook has increased the number of Black women at Facebook by 25 times and the number of Black men by 10 times

Published on 10th July 2019
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I wrote the letter for my mother, for India: Why JNUSU President Sai Balaji wrote an open letter to PM Modi

"This is your New India, where the constitution, rule of law and justice are words only meant to be written in books and preserved through archaeology," Balaji writes in his letter 

Published on 8th July 2019
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How companies are ensuring their employees are gender, LGBT-sensitive and unbiased

Several corporate companies have come up with various strategies to overcome biases especially the ones that go unnoticed

Published on 4th July 2019
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Coping with gender oddity of students: How schools are adopting a gender-inclusive curriculum to prevent bullying

Educators, who for centuries have divided students into boys and girls, are now figuring out better ways to address students who are non-binary, gender fluid and gender non-conforming

Published on 29th June 2019
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Meet Avanthika, one of the two transgender students who is shaking things up at CMS College Kottayam

Under the Kerala government's new transgender reservation policy, Avanthika and Shana Navas got enrolled in CMS College

Published on 20th June 2019

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