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5 Memes you'll absolutely LOVE if you're psyched about Avengers: Infinity War

Every Marvel fan is extremely excited to watch the film, but they're all equally dreading how they'll feel once it's over, knowing that many of their favourite characters are likely to die

Published on 27th April 2018
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Shouldn't girls have a greater say in their lives while choosing their life partner?

From forced marriages to marrying off when you are just 10 months old, a girl's freedom is stifled in many ways. When it comes to marriage in India, it is parents who decides their daughter's fate

Published on 23rd April 2018

No Mr Biplab, the internet didn't exist in the Mahabharata - it came to India in 1995

Contrary to what the Tripura CM said, the internet officially made its way to our shores only in the mid-1990's. Here's how it got here

Published on 18th April 2018

Kanthalloor Sala: The 1000-year-old university in Trivandrum you may not have heard of

Ennittum Kanthalloor is a documentary by the Government School Teacher that attempts to tell people all about the age-old university and how eveolved it was back in the day

Published on 18th April 2018
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Mamta Nainy's book about Indian art will tell you everything from cave paintings to modern muse 

Most children have had instances of looking at unique art forms without consciously being educated about them. Mamta Nainy's A Brush With Indian Art aims to change that

Published on 14th April 2018
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Salman Khan row: Our justice system has proven that certain people are above the law

A trial court in Jodhpur on April 4, 2018  convicted actor Salman Khan in the two-decade-old blackbuck poaching case and sent him to five years in prison.

Published on 12th April 2018
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Education in bigger grip of mafia than coal sector, says Union HRD Secretary

Anil Swarup, confirmed the presence of a mafia in the education system and also defended the CBSE chairperson. He said that the no CBSE official was involved in the recent paper leak

Published on 9th April 2018
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Education 2.0: Parents pay the price as private schools hike fees arbitrarily in Chennai

While some parents allege that the Goods and Services Tax has led to the surge in fees, schools dismiss this claim and called the hike a ‘routine’ one

Published on 6th April 2018
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Who said fantasy fiction cannot teach you life lessons? Stephen Alter's latest sure will

Author Stephen Alter hopes to encourage students to question authority through his satirical, fantasy novel The Cloudfarers

Published on 31st March 2018
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The know-how of the usability of transitive and intransitive verbs in sentence construction

English grammar with all its dos and don'ts can be quite daunting for some, but there is a sheer joy in mastering the language in its true essence. Do you agree?

Published on 30th March 2018
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After UN drops event on Ambedkar's b'day at Indian Govt's behest, Dalit groups turn to US, Canada for support 

Deelip Mhaske was set to organise a conference on how AI could reduce the impact of caste discrimination at the UN's General Assembly, until they pulled the plug. Now what will happen?

Published on 26th March 2018
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Do schools need to change their approach to homosexuality?

The school in West Bengal, which asked ten "lesbian" students to tender a written confession accepting their sexuality brings to the fore the divide between understanding and ignorance to the LGBTQ

Published on 22nd March 2018
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Call of duty: Do husbands expect wives to put everything on hold for the home?

Women in the country often ended up being overly dutiful under the tense scrutiny and pressure expected of by society

Published on 14th March 2018
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#IstandwithPeter: Everything you need to know about the Belgian blamed for the Theni trek

Peter Van Geit is popular in Chennai circles but for those wondering why this Belgian is suddenly at the centre of the Theni fire mess, here's the flashback you've been looking for

Published on 13th March 2018
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It took a King to find a King: Rewriting the history of King Richard the Third

Dr Turi King, who is most noted for cracking one of the biggest forensic DNA cases in history tells why she is so interested in genetics 

Published on 11th March 2018

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