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Kavita Deshpande Little travel bug travelling guide

Kavita Deshpande's book is helping children catch the travel bug, let's them safeguard their memories  

Through Little Travel Bug guides and diaries are tailor-made for  the young travellers, answering their questions and letting them preserve their memories

Published on 19th October 2018
Facebook War Room

Facebook to counter fake news with its War Room to stop election interference

The social networking giant has rolled out several initiatives to fight fake news and bring more transparency and accountability in its advertising since then

Published on 19th October 2018
Pond_Restoration

Students take up restoration of pond being polluted since Independence

With the help of the authorities of the Centre for Water Resources Development and Management (CWRDM), the students tested water samples from the pond and found the presence of Coliform bacteria

Published on 30th October 2018
Missile launching competition

Missile launching competition for school students organised to commemorate Dr Kalam's birth anniversary  

The state-level aero-modeling competition was conducted to inspire students from all over Tamil Nadu

Published on 19th October 2018
Retinitis Pigmentosa

He was rejected 76 times in job interviews due to his blindness, but his resilient spirit never gave up

Raghavendra Satish Peri lost his eyesight due to Retinitis Pigmentosa. Right now, he works as a senior accessibility consultant at Deque Systems

Published on 19th October 2018
Adios textbooks and slates

Adios textbooks and slates: Primary schools in Kerala to undergo revamp

As part of its first step, the state government will start 1000 pre-primary schools in the state with adequate facilities and necessary infrastructure by coordinating with the available anganwadis 

Published on 20th October 2018
Reasons for intellectual disability in children

Excessive consumption of noodles, spices causes intellectual disability in Indian children

Researchers from Macquarie University in Australia conducted the first ever meta-analysis of Indian blood lead levels. They calculated the pooled mean blood lead level from data published between 201

Published on 14th October 2018
how to influence people

How to influence people to accept your ideas willingly and ethically

Influencing is the power to make other people agree with your opinions or get them to willingly and ethically do what you want them to

Published on 13th October 2018
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Indian Law won't cover you being photographed secretly but there is still some hope

Privacy was recently declared as a fundamental right but the invasion that occurs on a daily basis in our country has no definite law to protect it. However, sub-laws can greatly help in such cases 

Published on 8th January 2018
Upskilling

Why are half the IT employees in India dropping out of upskilling programmes? FITE has the answer

An earlier study had also found that IT professionals need to up-skill 15-20 times in their career to stay relevant in the industry

Published on 30th October 2018
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This MIT scholar's cost-effective water recycling machine runs without electricity

India is facing a huge water crisis and research scholar Jitendra Singh, the NIT research scholar is hoping to save the country from an acute shortage of water.

Published on 30th October 2018
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How VIBGYOR School is helping kids with learning disabilities

The school chain has huge plans to bring their inclusive education programme to smaller cities and town in South India

Published on 29th October 2018
Little packages

Inspiring quotes helped cheer up this Chennai teen, now she is spreading the smile with her Little Packages

M Sai Krishna Priya hit a rough patch when she was in Class XII and the only things that cheered her up a bit were quotes

Published on 27th October 2018
pond

Two Kozhikode school students choose to restore their local pond as part of their science project

The students have already held discussions with local residents, people’s representatives and voluntary organisations to rope in their support for the project.

Published on 28th October 2018
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Unique Mumbai cafe helps staffers overcome disabilities

A psychologist and single mother of two daughters — Aarti (32), who suffers from autism, and Divya (30), settled abroad — Nagarkar wanted to do something different, and empower people

Published on 28th October 2018

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