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SC/ST caste written on the chests of police recruits in MP prompts investigation

Using the caste category written on chests, the hospital staff measured the height as per requisite height parameters specified for their caste segments

Published on 30th April 2018
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MLAs from Saurashtra and Vadodara lock horns over housing AIIMS in their region

Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel has warned the two sides not to make it an issue of' region as this may force the Centre to rethink on giving an AIIMS to Gujarat.

Published on 25th March 2018
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17 child labourers rescued from a passenger train at Secunderabad station

The children from the three states had been picked up to work at bangle-making units in Hyderabad, said police

Published on 15th March 2018
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Five lessons Padman teaches you, from breaking taboo to dreaming big, fearlessly

Padman isn't just another movie, it teaches you lessons to take back with you after the film and leaves you asking more questions about the social taboo around menstruation

Published on 11th February 2018
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Forget Padman, this 'padwoman' has made it her mission to create menstrual awareness in tribal areas

Maya Vishwakarma is working for menstrual hygiene and cost-effective manufacturing of quality sanitary pads under the banner of her organisation- Sukarma Foundtion in her native place

Published on 4th February 2018
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Modi's Mann ki Baat: NIFT has a new 'Khadi' design for Indian postmen 

According to the postal department, newly designed uniforms will be gradually made available at over 7k retail outlets of KVIC for 90K postmen and postwomen

Published on 30th January 2018
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Kisan Network is putting the power of purchase back in the hands of the farmer

Princeton dropout, AP AgTech winner, featured in the Forbes 30 under 30 list — all these are pale in comparison to Aditya Agarwalla's mission, which is to help farmers get their due in our country

Published on 4th January 2018
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Heritage Hit: 2017, the year that brought an end to old Indian pride

2017 was the end for many historical and unique structures that have for years been neglected and finally been left with little choice but to be demolished

Published on 3rd January 2018
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Ragging Worry: 200% jump in ragging complaints in 2017 compared to 2015, in Indian colleges

The highest number of complaints received in almost a decade, the list saw a healthy number of girls while all of the complainants from Tamil Nadu were girls

Published on 29th November 2017
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Sathyabama violence shouldn't surprise us: Engg students in TN take to arson quite often

In the last two years alone, at least two instances of Engineering students vandalising and attacking colleges and setting fire to property have been reported

Published on 23rd November 2017
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Right up her alley: Violinist Ritu Gopal's latest collaboration 21 Nocturne Alley will have you sit up and take notice 

Ritu Gopal does play the violin, but music goes above and beyond for her as she also believes in and is studying music therapy 

Published on 8th November 2017
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Here is how author Amulya Malladi beat her depressive malady 

The Calfornia-based Amulya Malladi's seventh book The Copenhagen Affair deals with depression and an affair

Published on 26th October 2017
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From Sikh turbans to Muslims with beards: Why school uniforms may never be the same again in the next century 

From Oxford to India's smallest town school is the usage of uniforms becoming more of a social issue rather than a way to ensure everyone feels equal? That is the question

Published on 9th October 2017
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Cricketer Pankaj Rao's humble beginnings are not going to stop him from making his mark at the Duleep Trophy

Clinching dreams from around the wicket is Pankaj Rao from Bhilai, Chhattisgrah

Published on 8th September 2017
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Expert view: The evolution of the smartphone from a helpful device to a deathtrap rife with addiction and blue whales

Although invented to make life easier and convenient, the increasing use of smartphones and the internet by school-going children and teenagers is slowly exposing them to harmful addictions

Published on 14th September 2017

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