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M K Stalin - Loyola College

Ex-Loyola College students predict 49% vote share for DMK, even as Loyola disavows and distances itself from them

The college has said that they have never done any such survey, even as the group released a detailed pre-poll survey conducted by them

Published on 5th April 2019
Offbeat Tracks Vandana Vijay

Why Offbeat Tracks could craft your most productive travel experience ever

Vacations aren't just about lazy days and great social media selfies. If you take a trip with Offbeat Tracks, you might just find yourself lighting up a home in a village in the Himalayas — and living

Published on 3rd April 2019
Crime Against Children

Attacks on kids grew by 726% in 2018, more male children faced violence in the last 2 years

Activists seek stringent laws to curb attacks on children. Also, in most cases, the attacker is known to the child. People need to be educated on this aspect

Published on 3rd April 2019
Khushi Lawani

This Chennai high-schooler just created a line of perfumes for teens and it's awesome

 Teen entrepreneur, Khushi Lalwani talks about why she created a line of perfumes specific to teens and how she's planning to make it work

Published on 3rd April 2019
Pearl Academy Mumbai campus

Pearl Academy enters the garden city fashionably late!

We spoke to the President and COO of leading design institute Pearl Academy about their fifth campus being set up in Bengaluru

Published on 3rd April 2019
NLSIU Kanishk Bharti suicide

The suicide of Kanishk Bharti: What's actually ailing NLSIU's law students?

A media gag? Plenty of stress? Members of the student community at NLSIU and the administration talk about the recent suicide and clear the air

Published on 3rd April 2019
Dr Sugata Marjit

Excellence is something that democracy should not step into: Sugata Marjit

Economist Dr Sugata Marjit talks about choosing the right bureaucrats, the Indian education system and what can be done about the never-ending unemployment scenario

Published on 3rd April 2019
Kavita Faman

Agriculture student from Punjab gets Rs 1 crore pay package from American Agrotech firm Monsanto

Kavita Faman, who is a final-year MSc Agronomy at the Jalandhar-based varsity, cleared a test and an interview before being offered the job of Production Manager

Published on 4th April 2019
IIT-Kanpur activists

Scholars, activists sign statement slamming IIT-Kanpur for trying to revoke Dalit prof's PhD — for calling out senior colleagues' casteism

A three-member committee had found that Saderla was a victim and recommended that the institute’s Board of Governors take action against the four senior professors harassing him

Published on 3rd April 2019
VIT University

Indian students will always be welcome to the US: Consul General Robert Burgess

VIT Chennai's University Day was celebrated on April 2, 2019, this year, which is organised every year to celebrate the institute and their students' achievements in the past academic year

Published on 2nd April 2019
WhatsApp Messenger Checkpoint

WhatsApp unveils new 'Checkpoint Tipline' feature to tackle fake news

The new feature will enable WhatsApp users to verify the authenticity of received messages via a helpline 

Published on 2nd April 2019
Rice University

These US scientists have a way to extract valuable elements from batteries and reduce electronic waste

The solvent, made of commodity products choline chloride and ethylene glycol, extracted more than 90 per cent of cobalt

Published on 2nd April 2019
EKW school

How East Kolkata Wetlands' school kids are 'dialoguing' about their ecosystem

We spoke to the founder of Disappearing Dialogues, an initiative that's creating awareness about conserving water among high school students to find out more

Published on 1st April 2019
Child Trauma Stomach Issues

Children suffering from trauma could be at risk of stomach issues later in life

For the study, 115 children adopted from orphanages or foster care homes on or before approximately they were two years old and 229 children raised by a biological caregiver were analysed

Published on 31st March 2019
tribal school students

Trekkers help nearly 200 tribal students in Maharashtra develop penchant for reading

Savlaram Pote, a teacher at a primary school in a tribal area near Shivneri Fort, said they received over 150 Marathi books from the Marathidesh Foundation

Published on 31st March 2019

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