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This Bengaluru-based studio has gained attention for social causes by routing animation and film in one path  

Aarthi Parthasarathy and Chaitanya Krishna, the brains behind Falana Films, talk about how they took Bengaluru by storm

Published on 20th September 2017
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These 'Robinhoods' from across the globe are breaking barriers to feed the hungry. Here's how

Quite like the celebrated hero, The Robin hood Army takes from the rich for the poor — but unlike the legendary outlaw, they are not after money, and it's all above board

Published on 18th September 2017
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Anshu Gupta through Goonj has brought back dignity to the act of giving and wants it to become a movement 

The Ramon Magsaysay Award winner talks about how he doesn't mind people replicating the model of his foundation, Goonj which was started back in 1999 

Published on 21st September 2017
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Student Oscars 2016 semi-finalist Vivek R Nipani peeks behind the veil of patriarchy for his film A Story of Two Veils

Director Vivek Nilani, with his documentary, is attempting to give a voice to the voiceless women of Rajasthan and helping the society look beyond patriarchy.

Published on 21st September 2017
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This woman from Andhra Pradesh is giving shelter to girls who are shunned by their own families

Through her orphanage for abandoned girls— Aarti Homes—  Sandhya Puchalapalli is sensitising India towards the plight of its girl children  

Published on 19th September 2017
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Coimbatore district witnesses 50 per cent decrease in child labour in a decade thanks to awareness, education

The National Child Labour Project revealed that 20 per cent of the calls that reported cases of child labour were false

Published on 22nd September 2017
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It's Festember time for NIT Tiruchy and over 1K college students from across India are attending

The fest, which will centre around it's theme for the year 'Orient', will also showcase flavours of East and SouthEast Asian countries

Published on 22nd September 2017
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UoH's Alliance for Social Justice is completely unlike JNU's Left Alliance but has same agenda- fighting right-wing propaganda

 

Several student parties on campus have joined together to form the Alliance for Social Justice to counter the ABVP in the HCU polls scheduled to take place on September 21
 

Published on 19th September 2017
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Remote tribal pockets are home to this man who's changing lives one green idea at a time 

The social enterprise aims at creating a market across the eastern states for around 2,500 tribals. The members, mostly women, benefit when they are connected with role models 

Published on 25th September 2017
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These B'luru teens just created a robot that can carry notes from class to class. But, get this, it's apparently to 'save time' for their teachers!

Grade 10 students Vikram Mishra and Gaurang Bharti, invented Autonomous Transport Vehicle (ATV) for their teachers so that they don't have to waste time transferring notes to other faculty members 

Published on 4th October 2017
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Want to animate Hollywood blockbusters like Harry Potter? Aptech's Chief talks about how their alumni are cranking it up in the real world

Anil Pant talks about how training provided by Aptech, the world over, is a boon for students who want to get jobs in pretty much any industry, especially in digital ones  

Published on 3rd October 2017
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Green Man: This banker from Tamil Nadu has planted over 50 lakh trees across the country and he's just getting started

Environmentalist and activist Abdul Ghani organises workshops for students encouraging them to plant trees. In the last ten years, he has roped in more than 70 lakh students to help the cause

Published on 2nd October 2017
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From model to role model: Tamara Moss's epic story of how she is helping the kids of Jaisalmer 

This is the unique story of Tamara Moss and her organisation SLC that caters to the kids of Jaisalmer

Published on 21st August 2017
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Cries for help: Reservation policy in Hyderabad further limits availability of seats for psychology courses

With only 2 seats available for the course in two institutions across the country, aspiring students have found a new enemy in the state's reservation policy

Published on 16th August 2017
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Meet the masked crusader who wants you to remember the unsung heroes of the past

Bengaluru-based performance artist Dimple B Shah reminds us what India stands for today, even if that means dressing up like past's forgotten faces 

Published on 14th August 2017

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