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National Mathematics Day: From Infinity to beyond, Counting 130 years of 'Ramanujanism'

These five books have been penned by reputed personalities documenting the life, work and inspiration of Srinivasa Ramanujan whose love for Maths changed the course of the subject in India

Published on 22nd December 2017
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Banker, cricketer and chess-wiz, Cerebral Palsy no dampener for this 32-year-old

A chess wizard, an M Phil graduate, an entrepreneur and activist — there's no barrier too big for Karthik Chandrasekar

Published on 21st December 2017
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Polar ice and snow could sustain living bacteria for decades, finds UK study 

According to the researchers, the composition of small samples of gas trapped in the ice may have been affected by bacteria that remain active in the snow while it is being compressed into ice

Published on 21st December 2017
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In Sanskrit Varsity, Dalit women students protest sexual harassment standing outside college gates

The PhD students claim casteist and sexist comments were hurled at them by male members of AKRSA, a wing of the Student Federation of India

Published on 19th December 2017
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Stranger things: Teens who help unknown people have greater esteem than peers, says study

The study also says helping family and friends may not have the same effect as helping total strangers, which forces teens out of their shell and triggers new feelings

Published on 19th December 2017
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The Bridge Course Programme is bringing literacy to over 2K kids in Kerala's Attappady

The Kudumbashree's Attappady Special Project brings together dropout students from tribal communities to educate them about, well...everything!

Published on 13th December 2017
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Great news: SC tells all colleges to have disabled-friendly classes, hostels soon

After a wheel-chair bound student was forced to give up her seat at National Law University because it was not accessible to her, the SC has decided to make some amends

Published on 12th December 2017
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Salem Suicide Pact: How our campuses are failing to protect LGBTQ students 

The two girls apparently had an 'inappropriate relationship' which the teachers were unhappy about and suggested that the parents send them to counselling

Published on 12th December 2017
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Condom ads on TV: Health Ministry report says only 30% youth use condoms during sex

The study that was conducted by government-body NACO also finds that one-third of the students did not understand what HIV or safe sex was all about

Published on 12th December 2017
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Saveetha Law School shut after massive student protests over 'dodgy' accreditation issue

From being monitored by CCTV cameras to having their medical certificates shot down as 'fake', when they heard that the college's affiliation with the Bar Council was invalid, protests broke out

Published on 11th December 2017
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Life of Y: How Debashish Sengupta figured out what's on every millennial's mind

Debashish spent seven years on the book during which he interacted with milennials and even did in-depth research 

Published on 11th December 2017
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'Came to UoH because I thought it was a liberating campus but I was wrong,' says suspended student

With close to 20 suspensions in one semester and moral policing frequent on the campus, Pratyush Nirjher's wish to engage in student activism seems like a distant dream

Published on 9th December 2017
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Nail polish that can detect a drugged drink? These Odisha kids' inventions are AMAZING!      

Every change in society begins with an idea. Read on to find out how a few students from Odisha didn't let their ideas rot away — and how those ideas got them the Abdul Kalam Ignite Awards

 

 

 

Published on 8th December 2017
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Is JNU delinking integrated MPhil-PhD programme to eliminate the culture of activism on campus?

The University has separated the two courses, so now students have to write two entrance exams to study at JNU but the students don't see that as the issue, they believe its something else entirely

Published on 8th December 2017
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These tribal teens in Odisha escaped child marriage. Now, they're helping others beat it

Teens from Odisha shared their story at a community radio programme organised recently by Unicef along with SOVA, a voluntary organisation that had stopped 20 child marriages in past two years

Published on 6th December 2017

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