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Seshadev Kisan

Seshadev Kisan surpassed several hardships and today is a research associate at a prestigious German university

Nothing could stop 24-year-old Seshadev Kisan from reaching his goal — not personal hardship or external obstacles

Published on 5th October 2018
JCB literature award for Jasmine days novel

Benyamin's novel Jasmine Days shortlisted for JCB literature award

Jasmine Days was published in Malayalam in 2014 as 'Mullappoo Niramulla Pakalukal'. It was translated into English by Shahnaz Habib

Published on 3rd October 2018
Breast cancer awareness campaign

SFI Calicut Medicos launched a one-month-long breast cancer awareness campaign

The medical students are planning to spread awareness through classes, flash mobs and by distributing pamphlets among the people

Published on 2nd October 2018
UNSW Gandhi Jayanti celebration

Gandhi Jayanti: Australian varsity beams Gandhi's face on library wall, garlands Mahatma's bust that was gifted by the Indian government after 2009 attacks 

UNSW, which is focusing on India for its sizeable overseas potential, has a bust of Gandhi on its library lawn and has been the host of the Indian Consulate's Gandhi Jayanti celebrations for years now

Published on 2nd October 2018
Kerala literacy mission latest news

Kerala literacy mission's survey at flood-affected places to begin on Tuesday

The literacy mission has decided to conduct the survey in order to generate awareness on climate change, natural disaster, waste treatment among the students

Published on 1st October 2018
MVVS Murthi, Founder of GITAM

GITAM University Founder MVVS Murthi dies in a car accident

Murthy was travelling with four others from California to Alaska to visit a wildlife safari near Anchorage when their car collided with a truck coming from the opposite direction. 

 

Published on 3rd October 2018
Women in Cinema Collective

Malayalam Cinemas' WCC to screen nine films by women filmmakers

The event is curated by actor and filmmaker Archana Padmini and will be held in Mamangam Dance School

Published on 2nd October 2018
Bangalore City Football Club

Check out Bangalore City FC's new programme for kids with special needs

Bangalore City Football Club's Coach Bo says that through this programme, the club wants everyone to enjoy teamwork and have some fun

Published on 2nd October 2018
Abida Begum practices Gandhian thoughts in her life

This Karnataka Govt College teacher is conducting an exam on Mahatma Gandhi for the inmates of a Bengaluru Jail

Dr Abida Begum is a college teacher who lives, speaks, breathes and even wears Gandhi — as an identity.  She's spreading the message of the Mahatma from students to prison inmates using an exam

Published on 2nd October 2018
celebrating Surgical Strike Day

JK Govt directs schools to organise activities, parades to celebrate 'Surgical Strike Day'

The Director School Education of Kashmir and Jammu regions were directed to tie-up with Police Public Schools and Army Goodwill Schools for the observance of the "Surgical Strike Day"

Published on 28th September 2018
Classical music lessons on your phone

Why it makes sense to take classical music lessons on your phone using an app like Riyaz 

The app lets you track your progress in real-time and compare and analyse where you went wrong, besides giving you access to gurus you can only dream of training under 

Published on 24th September 2018
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From facial recognition to 3D printing, everything that went into Mahatma Gandhi's two-sided bust in South Africa

A two-sided bust of Mahatma Gandhi, conceptualised and designed by Birad Rajaram Yajnik and team, was installed at the iconic Pietermaritzburg railway station in South Africa recently

Published on 27th September 2018
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Karnataka state varsities say no to circular on observation of surgical strike day by UGC

Union Government has taken a decision  to celebrate the anniversary of the Surgical Strike by observing it on September 29th across the nation

Published on 27th September 2018
Malnourishment in India

Malnourishment in growing India: Why you'll have to look very hard to find healthy kids in India Inc

Over the past 10 years, the number of stunted and underweight Indian kids have come down slightly but this has not had any major effect on the issue as a whole

Published on 26th September 2018
Arefa Tehsin’s latest book

Arefa Tehsin through her book, The Globetrotters, makes a case for reconnecting with nature

What pains the author's heart is that we are dirtying the pristine nature with our filth and animals are losing their homes to a point of no return due to our thoughtless ways

Published on 26th September 2018

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