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1 lakh anganwadi workers go on strike against govt decision to start kindergarten classes in govt schools
Over 1,00,000 anganwadi workers say that they will go on a long protest from December 10, 2019, if their demands are not fulfilled by the state government
The CAG found the GU had submitted affidavits to the UGC "from time to time" assuring the commission that it will not start any new distance education programme "without prior approval of UGC"
Adler was in Chennai as part of a drum clinic series covering India and Nepal. Around 80 musicians were in attendance
'We will not stop fighting': TN transgender activist, Grace Banu on recently passed Transgender Bill, 2019
The Students Federation of India, Ambedkarite groups and many students organisations have extended support in protesting against the 'dispiriting Bill'
How Murugan S Theruvoram saved the lives of more than 10,000 people living on the streets over the past 20 years
The founder of Theruvoram speaks about the 20 years he has spent taking care of people on the streets and why he is struggling to continue this noble deed
The course is a blend of weekend mentoring sessions, online video-based learning and a series of structured projects. The last date to apply for the upcoming session is November 28, 2019
Govt must protect our rights: Why the Namma Pride March will oppose the new Transgender Person’s Bill
The new bill states that the penalty for rape of people from LGBTQIA+ community will be only six months to two years
Ashutosh Kumar leads Testbook.com, one of the nation’s most trusted learning and assessment platforms and he claims it has the potential to land you a stable government job!
The Ambedkar Periyar Study Circle has brought out a statement regarding Fathima Latheef's suicide and the atmosphere of discrimination, harassment and increased stress and pressure on campus
While academia and other professional fields have managed to open the doors at least slightly to members of marginalised communities, cinema has liked to believe that it doesn't have a caste problem
Sneha Priya, CEO, SP Robotic Works, tells us why their new drone-based course will not only make coding fun for kids, but also equip them with critical skills required for future career development
Siva Raj has pursued various interests and jobs but his heart has always been in films. He talks about his short film Silanthi, his journey in cinema and how you need to struggle as a scriptwriter
Smriti Irani, who had been in charge of the MHRD during the NDA's first government under Modi, said that India has exceptionally excelled in the field of research — at the VIT convocation
Indian School of Business in Hyderabad is helping these entrepreneurs reach their full potential. They are offering training in various aspects
Airport firefighter jobs remained a male stronghold for long, but that is changing. Remya Sreekantan is the first woman firefighter in the AAI in South India and the third in AAI
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