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OPINION: When so many women say Me Too about sexual abuse on FB, the quieter ones will speak up

Chennai-based psychologist Mini Rao's take on the #MeToo campaign and why she thinks it would help millions of women speak up about the smaller and bigger kinds of abuse

Published on 17th October 2017
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First transgender to finish +2 in TN, Tarika Banu moves HC after being denied med seat to study Siddha 

Tarika was in the news for finishing school as a 'transgender'. Now, she hasn't been given the seat she applied for, so she's fighting to get what she believes is hers by right. Will she win?

Published on 17th October 2017
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To these delivery boys, the festive season is another busy day with many gifts to deliver in very little time

Delivery boys are often on the receiving end of harsh words and thanklessness, but in a trade where timeliness is everything, they have to keep moving 

Published on 18th October 2017
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Meet the 12th grader who's saying #NoMore to abuse: Sanya Runwal just wrote a book about abused women and it's pretty powerful

12th grader Sanya Runwal is out with her first book, Ten Dollar Bride. She talks about how she became a feminist and what keeps her going 

Published on 18th October 2017
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Camping in the greens and removing the greys, this camp takes kids closer to nature. No filters attached

Geethu Mohandas' camp not only gives kids an in-depth understanding of nature and harmful effects of mankind on it but also teaches them to balance sustainability and creates awareness 

Published on 17th October 2017
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Wildlife labs to soon debut in Tamil Nadu and aims to increase conviction rates of those guilty

The lab will help identify, examine and compare evidence using several scientific procedures and instruments that can help link the victim to the scene of the crime

Published on 16th October 2017
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Amidst several controversies, Pondicherry University elects first woman president

Namratha K stood as an independent candidate but received support from the SFI but she is now representing the DMK student Wing, which has put off SFI members

Published on 17th October 2017
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These DU girls are organising history walks with a twist: Their guided tour will give you a feminist perspective of everything from the Red Fort to the Mughal havelis

Go on Safarnama's Feminist History Walk to learn about the women who shaped the history of this country. We catch up with the duo that started the initiative

Published on 17th October 2017
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In Digital India, Sujai G Pillai is going analogue: He's building One Library Per Village and it's working wonders for the rural populace

OLPV's library offers online courses that can be accessed by students from any background and area for world-class lessons

Published on 17th October 2017
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Nangeli's Story: How a rather hush-hush part of Kerala's history inspired Orijit Sen to create his graphic novel 'A Travancore Tale'

Sen's basic idea behind his art is to bring to peoples attention the violence of casteism and other social  evils — and now he's doing it using a medium that most wouldn't associate with it

Published on 17th October 2017
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Marathon Bros: How Anil and Vivek Singh brought 'pop culture' marathons to India 14 years ago

They managed to organise the first Mumbai International Marathon and from then on, all their runs have generated funds for several NGOs across the country

Published on 17th October 2017
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From being demotivated in school to getting his pics in Nat Geo, this Coimbatore-based photographer can tell you how to take that perfect wildlife shot

Wildlife Photographer Varun Aditya talks about the daytime wildlife safaris and his midnight journeys through the dark woods and why it is important to break the rules to explore your best side  

Published on 16th October 2017
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Need a website for your start-up? Commutatus and it's young founder will come to your rescue

Commutatus founder Michael Kevin Victor tells you how to give products a facelift when your start-up is on the verge of a growth spurt

Published on 16th October 2017
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Guardians of Dreams: How four young entrepreneurs are changing the lives of kids in shelter homes — by getting them everything from scholarships to Aadhar cards

This venture that functions in three cities — Kochi, Chennai, and Bengaluru — consists of young volunteers, mostly students, who put together interactive events from scratch 

Published on 16th October 2017
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UoH launches website where students can sign up to be scribes for visually challenged students, conduct a 'blind walk' on White Cane Day

A website which enables volunteers to register as scribes for visually challenged students during exams, was also launched by the students of UoH

Published on 16th October 2017

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