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Famous conservationist and author, Usha Rajagopalan speaks about her new book, The Zoo in My Backyard and why everyone must this beautiful book
On the trail of the Fishing Cat: Why there's plenty to learn from Tiasa Adhya's conservation project
Yay! So fishing cats are now in the limelight for all the right reasons. We talk to conservationist Tiasa Adhya who has been working for the creatures fora very long time, about what this news can do
The students who took the course ‘Let’s Play To Learn’ team felt the need to not only spread awareness but also convey the message in a fun-filled method, applying their learnings in this elective
Desire Foundation appeals to you to sponsor a child's digital education through its latest initiative, Sponsor A Child programme. We found out how it started and what's it all about. Read on...
With art for art's sake as their mantra, this Hyderabad-based foundation conducts workshops for govt school students
This is the mantra that Aikaarth Foundation follows. Started by 24-year-old Pooja Agarwal, this NGO might have halted its operations due to the pandemic, but they are rearing to go very soon
After converting résumés into LinkedIn-like profiles, they are standardised, arranged as per parameters and displayed for recruiters and that's just one part of what TurboHire Technologies does
This wooden tricycle designed by Prem Kale can be adjusted to any kid's height and it is the lightest thing on wheels you've ever seen. And it doesn't even have pedals! This is what it's all about.
In a Tamil tweet on his official Twitter handle, Naidu greeted the people of the state and hailed Tamil Nadu for its "rich cultural heritage, splendid architecture, beautiful beaches"
According to the data, 3,120 children were adopted in the age group of 0-5 years while in the age group of 5-18 years as many as 411 children were adopted between April last year and March this year
Less than five per cent of protagonists in Indian web series from backward castes, finds this Mumbai writer
Balram Vishwakarma has analysed 50 web series released between 2014 and 2020 to make this analysis. The results, he says, were shocking
Appointment made on the basis of academic credentials and probably favorable ideology: ABVP's Dr Subbiah on AIIMS Madurai row
The ABVP National President Dr Subbiah S was appointed as a board member of AIIMS, Madurai. This drew a lot of flak online
The signatories in their letter said that students have not been receiving the midday meals or dry ration from June 2020
The ASA is asking the administration through the campaign why they are being selective about the implementation of the UGC Regulations
Kochi-based start-up Paysack's platform Funq is making it cool for students to manage their own finances at an early age. We find out how
They might have Indian papers, but they are Bangladeshis: Why students in Meghalaya put up anti-Bengali posters that are going viral
It all started after a Khasi man lost his life in a clash between non-tribals and Khasis in February. While the Bengalis allege oppression since then, the Khasis say their name is being maligned
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