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ASU collaborates with BrainGain magazine to launch summer programs for students

Arizona State University is recognized globally as a top-ranked knowledge enterprise. It’s ranked 4th for its online undergraduate degree programs in the US and is considered as a leader in graduate

Published on 24th April 2018
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Workplace 2.0: Millennials switching jobs fast, techies will lead the way in the near future

There has been an upswing in switching jobs swiftly and aggressively in last 16 years, especially by the millennial workforce in technical roles like data scientists and software engineers 

Published on 22nd April 2018

Earth Day: 5 Eco-friendly things you can do for your planet

Manufacturing new clothes require both energy and water, and there are many people who can't afford to buy their own, so you can donate unused clothes this Earth Day

Published on 21st April 2018

Edureka launches Ethereum Developer and IoT Certification courses for professionals

Edureka's instructor-led courses are in-depth training programs that are equipped with real-life case studies and practical demos at every stage

Published on 19th April 2018
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Lessons from a 19-year-old: How to inspire the youth with stories and an FB page

Delhi University student, Shivam Agarwal wants India's youth to grow up in a better India and he is using social media and online platform 'The Rising Bharat' to make his dream come true

Published on 10th April 2018

Wai Wai whammy: Nepali dry-noodle brand to set up 500 noodle bars in India and we're psyched

Wai Wai is already present in 35 countries, and they also plan to open outlets of its quick service restaurant Wai Wai City Noodle Bar in some of the existing markets 

Published on 18th April 2018

These Bengaluru high-schoolers lent a hand at refugee camp in France

While volunteering, their tasks mainly included sorting clothes that had come in as donation for the refugee settlements in Calais, France

Published on 17th April 2018
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Thanks to these two groups, Bhubaneswar is the latest city to be smitten by stand-up comedy

Bhubaneswar Komedians and The Chain Jokers are the champions of stand-up comedy culture in the city. Here's their secret

Published on 17th April 2018
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Look at what the British Council India is doing to celebrate 70 years of existence

Even after 70 years of functioning in India, British Council India is as enthused as it was when it started. But this 70th year is infinitely more special.

Published on 14th April 2018
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This West Bengal-based author explains how translated books are conserving marginalised languages

Saubhik De Sarkar urges us to read more translated works to gain insight into other cultures and gives us tips on how to ensure that 'things are not lost in translation'

Published on 31st March 2018
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How the purpose of signage art changed throughout the ages

The reliance of human beings on signs and symbols for comprehension is as old as human history itself. However, as time elapsed, they took newer forms, shapes, and meanings

Published on 30th March 2018
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After UN drops event on Ambedkar's b'day at Indian Govt's behest, Dalit groups turn to US, Canada for support 

Deelip Mhaske was set to organise a conference on how AI could reduce the impact of caste discrimination at the UN's General Assembly, until they pulled the plug. Now what will happen?

Published on 26th March 2018
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These Bengaluru school students will let you withdraw money without using your ATM card

Five students of Oakridge International School, Bengaluru have developed a technology that helps you withdraw money by using your mobile phone

Published on 27th March 2018
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From funkier courses to foreign profs, here’s what red-tape free autonomy means to varsities

A professor from one of the private universities that received autonomy from the UGC last week, talks about what it means to a varsity to be 'set free'

Published on 26th March 2018
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HealthSetGo is helping municipal schools in Tirupati monitor health of their students

Priya Prakash, the CEO of HealthSetGo says that their aim is to prevent the students from catching a disease rather than curing them after they fall sick 

Published on 21st March 2018

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