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Children's home in Hyderabad

Children of Deccan is a children's home that nurtures abandoned and neglected kids

Started by Michael Hubbard and N Malkanna, it helps children become good human beings in life

Published on 19th October 2018
Digital supermodels

Should we have digital supermodels? There's a possibility of models being phased out and replaced by them soon

Over the last two decades, there was a reaction to this and thin was out with many venues prohibiting anorexic models from strutting down the runway

Published on 3rd October 2018
How to deal lonely students

Should lonely students be left alone or should teachers and other students look out for them?

In Florida shooting, Nikolas Cruz, 19, who was allegedly involved, was kicked out of two schools and was ‘held back’

Published on 26th September 2018
Institute of Eminence

Should embryonic crowning be criticised? The Jio Institute controversy provides scope for debate

On June 10, the Minister of Human Resource Development, Prakash Javadekar, announced the names of six institutions of higher education that have been granted the status of ‘Institution of Eminence

Published on 21st September 2018
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Madras High Court rebukes school and mother over fake transfer certificates fiasco

The court warned Lakshmi, the wife of the petitioner Dr S Diraviam Dinesh, not to indulge in any fraudulent activities, which will ultimately affect the future of her children

Published on 22nd August 2018
Odia University

The Odia Quandary: Will the new Odisha University help improve the state of research and job opportunities for the language?  

Odia, the language, is receiving patronage in the form of the new Odia University that will be set up in this coastal state. But what are the research and job opportunities like?

Published on 10th September 2018
Sanjoy K Roy

JLF producer bats for a creative industry, calls for infrastructure

Sanjoy K Roy, the Managing Director of Teamwork Arts says that the creative industry is seeing an unprecedented growth worldwide

Published on 5th September 2018
Secur credentials

Rahul Belwalkar, CEO of SecUR Credentials, explains why if you fake it in your CV, you won't make it

Beyond just a standard background verification, they aim to provide employers with a 360-degree check including credit history, social media and more, says Rahul Belwalkar

Published on 27th August 2018
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Style police alert! 'Stylish' youngsters marched into saloons in Karnataka for a 'gentlemanly crop'

All salons in Malur Taluk (Kolar district of Karnataka) were packed as police marched in youngsters with ‘stylish’ haircuts for a more sensible and gentlemanly crop

Published on 21st August 2018
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Should Netas be stripped of state assets? The history of asset stripping explained

The Public Works Department has submitted a report to the Uttar Pradesh government over the damage at the government bungalow vacated by Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav

Published on 13th August 2018
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How the free flow of 3D guns could worsen the 'epidemic of armed violence' in the US

Now even guns are made using 3D technology and this has become a hot topic of public discourse

Published on 6th August 2018
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Meet Australia's youngest Pro-Vice Chancellor, Laurie Pearcey

As UNSW spreads their wings on the Indian sub-continent, we chat up one of the youngest big guns on the varsity block yo find out what he's got on his anvil

Published on 4th August 2018
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Should romantic couples be expelled from college? The debate is on!

Describing love as ‘a blind and an innate humane instinct’, the Kerala High Court quashed the decision of a college in the state to oust a boy and girl student for their love affair and for eloping

Published on 30th July 2018
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Is the expression 'I have a doubt' actually English? Find out here

The term ‘ground reality’ is used neither in British English nor in American English. It is a typical Indian English expression

Published on 20th July 2018
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Understanding the language of football: What do terms like 'get the ball rolling' mean

The expression ‘to get the ball rolling’ is very commonly used by speakers of English. It is used to refer to the act of starting something off

Published on 13th July 2018

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