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Government colleges in Karnataka set to open, but short of guest teachers

With just six days to go for the reopening of offline classes, if shifts have to be worked out to ensure COVID-19 safety norms, colleges are faced with no clarity on who will handle additional work

Published on 12th November 2020
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This start-up's satellite-based crop monitoring for farmers is out of the world! Literally

Farmonaut is a start-up that is based out of Bengaluru and is working very hard with several farmers across India to help them pre-determine crop diseases with the power of their satellites sensors

Published on 6th November 2020
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These IIT Kharagpur alums have built hundreds of playgrounds across India. This is Anthill's incredible story

We speak to Pooja Rai, founder and CEO of Anthill Creations, on what inspired her to upcycle waste to build playgrounds for kids all across the country

Published on 11th November 2020
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Israel's Ben-Gurion University to establish an agricultural research institute in Chennai

BGU is among the world leaders in the field of desert agriculture and water-related research and will be consulting regarding the establishment, development, launch and operation of the institute

Published on 11th November 2020
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This free online course for teachers will train them to make Mathematics less intimidating for students. Sign up now

The course will focus on training teachers to use Geogebra, a free and open-source software (FOSS) application that will help them create resources to teach mathematical concepts  

Published on 11th November 2020
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Did the delay in INSPIRE scholarship cause the LSR student to take her life? Or is the truth being stretched here?

A BSc Mathematics student of Delhi University's Lady Sri Ram College for Women, Aishwarya died by suicide on November 3

Published on 9th November 2020
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This Bengaluru mother wanted her son to read. And so she started a library. 13 years on, this is what happened

ThinkBox is a children’s library stocked with books and toys in Bengaluru’s Malleshpalya main road. We find out more

Published on 9th November 2020
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VIDYA's Beyond School Programme is prepping government school kids with next gen skills 

Rashmi Misra, Founder of VIDYA, an NGO that has a pan-India presence, tells us about one of their popular programmes that trains students in Computer Science, Spoken English and Lifeskills

Published on 9th November 2020
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The prosthetic developed by student start-up Solbots has won some prestigious grants, and hearts too

They have also entered the FoodTech space by working on a unique vending machine that cooks the food within it and presents it to the customer. They are working on this to sustain themselves

Published on 9th November 2020
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The force behind Odisha's Leaps On Beats dance studio is 26-year-old Subhasis Pattnaik. This is his story 

Many of his students like Nisita Priyadarshini have gone on to participate in reality shows and is quite a household name around town. This new studio is quite the rage at the moment 

Published on 9th November 2020
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Wondering how to celebrate your birthday? Do what these women did, organise a book donation drive 

Srichandana Sanjeev and Nilanjana Bhattacharya marked their birthdays by organising a book donation drive. They collected as many as 1,000 books and are planning to donate it to underprivileged kids 

Published on 9th November 2020
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Why Igloopupa will bring out the responsible traveler in you

Igloopupa was set up with the noble vision of promoting and encouraging sustainable tourism practices by working closely with local communities across the country

Published on 9th November 2020
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Has COVID-19 made Indians softer? How facing great adversity might make us lose interest in wealth

Are people more giving in the face of great adversity or is it sheer loss that makes us lose our vapid interest in money and accumulation of wealth?

Published on 7th November 2020
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Kerala Child Rights Commission serves notice to ED on complaint from Bineesh Kodiyeri's relative

After receiving the complaint, KCRC chairman Manojkumar KV reached Bineesh's house and served a notice to ED officials

Published on 6th November 2020
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How this social media project aims to replace misogynistic and casteist slurs across Indian languages

Tamanna Mishra and Neha Thakur started The Gaali Project on Instagram and Twitter as a platform to promote alternative swear words which they have crowdsourced

Published on 5th November 2020

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