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Canine officers are trained to brave loud crackers even as pups; handlers keep their celebrations in check

The dogs are trained to adapt to loud noises in small doses and are taken to petrol crowded areas, but are also tested for their physical abilities and stabilities before embarking on the job

Published on 20th October 2017
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Keeping up with the careers of the 21st century 

Richa Dwivedi Saklani's debut book The Ultimate Guide to 21st Century Careers aims at familiarising you with emerging jobs

Published on 19th October 2017
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At Kalpanadham, create art from anything and everything 

Students are encouraged to redefine art with what they create from their imagination at this abode of creativity 

Published on 19th October 2017
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This Bengaluru company's online platform allows you to leaf through a video, just like you'd do with a book. Say hello to VideoKen

The platform VideoKen helps access free videos of any content and curate effective learning content — making it a great tool for both students and corporates alike

Published on 19th October 2017
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Prerana Special School fights for mentally challenged kids in rural Maharashtra by battling stigma and teaching them the art of living

The school has not received a single grant from the government in years but has changed lives after Father Bijesh and Seenu Philip decided to fight an ugly battle in Kalmeshwar, with kindness 

Published on 19th October 2017
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This rescued teen from Kollam dribbles away from uncertainty and into a possible future in national Football 

The home, however, will have to find additional funding for training, travel and football gear in the absence of a sponsor

Published on 15th October 2017
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From a nursing graduate in Sivakasi to Consul General of Canada, Jayanti G's journey is the dose of inspiration you need today 

The Canadian Embassy in South India recently decided to let one deserving individual become the Consul General for a day, accompanying the actual Consul General in all her duties for the day

Published on 11th October 2017
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UGC develops new Psychology curriculum with a 'Sanskaari' touch to make it relevant in the Indian context. Are you psyched about it?

Outdated manuals, a system of rote and little to no understanding of several concepts have driven this move. The new curriculum has been adopted by the UGC and will be deployed soon

Published on 10th October 2017
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If you're looking to do some self-exploration, this book by this Chennai author should be on your bookshelf 

He has been in the field of self-awareness and development for 22 years and started skill training and psychology workshops soon after — reasons enough to read his books for some enlightenment!

Published on 9th October 2017
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This NCC cadet was among the only two girls from Tamil Nadu to be selected to climb the Ladakh Peak

The climb took a lot of preparation, training and 'roughing it out' before the adventure to the summit actually began

Published on 7th October 2017
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Tribal children and domestic awareness to be key focus of SCERT programme to rid Kerala's remote areas of educational backwardness

The special programme will also identify hurdles that prevent children from learning whether cognitive or socio-economic and spread awareness to prioritise education

Published on 6th October 2017
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In surprising move, over 17K untrained teachers in Telangana State registered for online courses, surpass government's number

The State recorded more registrations for the course than was specified by the Ministry after the deadline was extended 

Published on 6th October 2017
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A number of Bengaluru scientists had a big hand to play in this year's Nobel Prize in Physics. Here's how

Bengaluru-based Professor Bala Iyer, who had been working on the LIGO project for decades is now elated about his colleagues receiving the Nobel Prize

Published on 6th October 2017
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Dyslexia is a problem and parents need to start accepting that, opine experts on World Dyslexia Day

Parents and society at large have a huge role to play in shaping and often making or breaking children with dyslexia and learning disabilities, opine Experts on World Dyslexia Day

Published on 5th October 2017
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Globetrotting athlete Priyadarshini gets MBBS seat at Madras Medical College, leaving the boys far behind in the Sports Quota Counselling

Where men usually dominate the sports quota in counselling, Priyadarshini's track record was miles ahead. Like, literally

Published on 24th August 2017

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