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Are you scared of investing in mutual funds? Give Bhargavi Boddapaty's Futureworth a try

Bhargavi Boddapaty wants you to start saving and investing. In this regard, she has co-founded Futureworth, an online investment management company that makes investing less cumbersome and confusing

Published on 24th June 2018
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Delhi College Grads win $1million for Women Safety Device

The Delhi College of Engineering graduates won the 'Anu and Naveen Jain XPrize for Women's Safety' at an awards ceremony at the United Nations

Published on 7th June 2018
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Facebook to train 60k women on safe use of internet across universities in India

Cyber Peace Foundation is a Jharkhanda-based civil society organisation involved in training related to all aspects of cyber security

Published on 30th May 2018
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Farmers are forced to work daily wage jobs during offseasons, this start-up is changing that

Jayanti Mahapatra, whose start-up Manikstu Agro is bringing the men and women of Kalahandi to the agro business, all year round

Published on 21st May 2018
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Now Kerala is bringing literacy to tribals and migrant labourers

Kerala has now embarked on a programme to bridge the small gap in its achievements by training illiterates among tribals, scheduled castes, transgenders, and the migrant labor communities

Published on 15th May 2018
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This start-up helps the economically weaker sections to be aware of government schemes

Aniket Doegar, founder of Haqdarshak talks about how the platform helps citizens get access to schemes and services that are meant to uplift them

Published on 14th May 2018
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Press Freedom Day 2018: How free is the press in India?

Declared by United Nations General Assembly, every year, the day of May 3 is celebrated as World Press Freedom Day to raise awareness of the importance of freedom of the press

Published on 3rd May 2018
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Andhra Pradesh shocker: Mothers of this village are selling their daughters into prostitution

Caught between decades of drought and the ban on arrack, an ST community of traditional liquor brewers in Anantapur district has been forced to sell its women into prostitution to survive

Published on 30th April 2018
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A 90-year-old tribal woman writes exam in Wayanad, courtesy Kerala Literacy Mission

A three-month training programme was held in the hamlets for the drive and two instructors were appointed in each hamlet to train the neo-literates

Published on 27th April 2018
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Art of the heart: This Kerala girl's painting exhibition echoes a woman's pain

The exhibition, currently on at the Kerala Lalithakala Akademi art gallery in the city, features 60 paintings which depict the distress experienced by women due to different causes

Published on 21st April 2018

A dogging issue: Pet dogs increasingly being abandoned by their owners

The number of breed dogs abandoned by their owners is increasing at an unprecedented rate. Sick dogs, injured ones, and old dogs are being dumped on the streets on a regular basis

Published on 20th April 2018
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This Kodugu school is located in the lap of greenery and they teach their students how to protect it

Do you find yourself interested in both Environment and Education? Check out E-base Kodagu and find out what this one-year fellowship entails

Published on 8th April 2018
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Education 101: Coimbatore Central Prison's smart classrooms are giving inmates a second chance at literacy

The prison's earlier use of the routine blackboard teaching method failed to yield more than 40 convicts, a figure that changed with the use of the smart classrooms

Published on 28th March 2018
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Afghan woman who held her baby while writing University exam gets $14k on crowdfunding platform for fees

Ahmadi passed the exam after undertaking an arduous journey to reach the provincial capital Nili, two hours on foot through mountains and nine hours in public transport on a bumpy road

Published on 26th March 2018
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Nikita Hari's social venture is teaching coding to youngsters from the slums of Kerala 

Nikita Hari, a research scientist by profession and a social entrepreneur by passion is empowering the youth through education and technology

Published on 24th March 2018

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