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Tamil Nadu's AIDS Control Society is getting students to make HIV memes to raise awareness on AIDS Day

To raise awareness, TANSACS is inviting memes from college students to create awareness about the disease, prior to World AIDS Day

Published on 21st November 2018
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Born HIV positive, this 26-year-old is now a mother of two healthy children. This is her story

Proper medication and precautions can help HIV positive people have kids who aren't infected by the virus. Chitra's story tells us that

Published on 1st December 2018
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Here's how Facebook and Twitter fought misinformation and fake news on US Election Day

Facebook on Monday said it blocked 30 accounts on its platform and 85 accounts on Instagram that may be engaged in "coordinated inauthentic behaviour"

Published on 7th November 2018
Stephen Hawking wheelchair thesis auction

Stephen Hawking's wheelchair, thesis up for auction between Oct 31 and Nov 8

Thomas Venning, head of books and manuscripts at Christie's, said the papers "trace the development of his thought — this brilliant, electrifying intelligence"

Published on 22nd October 2018
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The Facebook page Koraput Explorer showcases Prayag Samal's love for travel, photography and Koraput

He makes it a point to post on Facebook at 10 am or 4 pm as he believes that's when the post reaches more number of people 

Published on 13th October 2018
Abida Begum practices Gandhian thoughts in her life

This Karnataka Govt College teacher is conducting an exam on Mahatma Gandhi for the inmates of a Bengaluru Jail

Dr Abida Begum is a college teacher who lives, speaks, breathes and even wears Gandhi — as an identity.  She's spreading the message of the Mahatma from students to prison inmates using an exam

Published on 2nd October 2018
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Meet Amit Sethi, the IIT professor who uses memes to liven up question papers

Amit Sethi who likes engaging with his students constantly, spends most of his leisure time watching videos and engaging with like-minded people on social media — which is where he gets his ideas from

Published on 19th September 2018
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Shashi Tharoor's 'Why I Am A Hindu' to be made into a web series

In the upcoming web series that will have Sheetal Talwar as showrunner, the Congress MP will also be seen narrating his book

Published on 5th September 2018
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Digital space is unsafe for women: Cristal Williams Chancellor

Cristal Williams Chancellor from The Women's Media Center, USA talks about what is wrong with the representation of women and sexual minorities in today's media

Published on 9th August 2018
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97 Not Out: Why Terribly Tiny Tales' latest book never hit that century

Internet sensation Terribly Tiny Tales is back with their second book, ninety-seven poems and the founders, Anuj Gosalia and Chintan Ruparel, tell Seema Rajpal why it has exactly 97 poems and not 4000

Published on 30th July 2018
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The evergreen gift of giving: How Bakul Foundation's 'My Tree campaign' allows you to gift trees on birthdays, anniversaries

It's been ten years since Bakul Foundation launched the My Tree Campaign. We catch up with Sujit Mahapatra to find out how they have been faring

Published on 15th July 2018
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Why is it important to learn words in chunks?

According to Neuroscience research, it is easier for us to remember lexical chunks than isolated words

Published on 9th July 2018
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Meet the brains behind the viral YouTube channel 'Khanti Berhampuriya' famous for its hilarious monologues

The brains behind Khanti Berhampuriya talks to us about how he wants to make the Berhampuriya accent popular

Published on 24th June 2018
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Modi and the Meme Factory: How social media reacted to the PM's fitness video posted online

The #humfittohIndiafit challenge is still on, now with the Prime Minister has uploaded a video of his daily exercise routine but the meme creators did their own take on it

Published on 13th June 2018
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How the internet is turning out to be a vicious trap for young adults

Noting that internet is not just a bane but also a boon, experts believe that it is high time parents start interacting with their wards, to begin with

Published on 13th May 2018

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