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Now, Doctors' Association wants NEET reconducted for 11.35 lakh students because it was tougher in Bengali and Tamil

As NEET was deemed easier in some languages and difficult in others, a Chennai-based doctors' association has called for the exam to be reconducted 

Published on 10th May 2017
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Despite JNTU rap, Telangana engineering colleges continue to fleece its students with project fee: Students seek Power Star Pawan Kalyan's help

Dissatisfied with their response, JNTU Hyderabad has asked engineering colleges to return the money back to the third and fourth-year students who were charged in the pretext of project fee

Published on 10th May 2017
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Rappin’ and ‘rolling’ on the world’s stage: How Shek Monu ignored his amputation and went ahead to become an inspirational rapper

Shek Monu lost a hand and both his legs a decade ago. Now, the Hyderabad-based student is living his dream and rapping on stage

Published on 6th May 2017
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His alma mater Madras Law College seems silent, but JNU organises solidarity meet for Justice Karnan after SC orders 6 month imprisonment

After the SC ordered the belligerent Dalit judge to be arrested, Madras Law College students barely reacted, but JNU Unions were up and alert to the cause — offering solidarity

Published on 9th May 2017
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After 48 hours of outrage, CBSE says they were 'overzealous' in asking candidates to remove bra before NEET exam

CBSE has called the incident where female candidates were asked to remove clothes, an 'unfortunate' one defending its stringent dress code is to retain 'sanctity' of the exam

Published on 9th May 2017
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After blind Tamil prof at Presidency College gets hit with memo for missing classes during Muthamil Vizha, visually impaired students fast in protest

Visually challenged professor of Tamil at Chennai's notorious Presidency College was joined by over 40 visually challenged students as they protested at Chepauk, calling for the memo to be rolled back

Published on 8th May 2017
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Kerala's human rights commission raps CBSE for asking students to remove brassiere before NEET, seeks response 

After the incident of a female student being asked to remove her  innerwear before attending the NEET examination, the state's human rights commission has asked for an explanation

Published on 8th May 2017
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Not so NEET: Students resort to cutting off sleeves to write TN's first mandatory exams 

In Tamil Nadu, it was an embarrassing day for students who turned up to write NEET in full sleeves or sleeves up to their elbows! The sleeves were cut off and the students left red-faced! What the...!

Published on 7th May 2017
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YOLO Teenagers: Haunted by shyness? Here's a workshop that you need to attend to help you overcome this problem 

Mathumitha Jayaraman, a brain development trainer at the Power for brain training company is conducting a workshop on overcoming shyness for teenagers this month

Published on 8th May 2017
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Shocking results of Telangana SSC examination: Zero pass percentage in 20 private schools

Parents express frustration over quality of tuition in private schools as government schools fare way better in SSC exams

Published on 5th May 2017

Godha is a female-centric film in a male-dominated society: Wamiqa Gabbi talks about Mollywood, going deglam and the Dangal hangover

Wamiqa Gabbi talks about making her Malayalam debut Godha and how playing a wrestler was a lot of fun, despite it having none of the usual commercial pizazz — including the usage of make-up

Published on 6th May 2017
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Writing NEET in Kerala this year? Here's how NEET is different from Kerala's 'usual' Medical Entrance Exam

From an increase in the number of questions to be answered in the same time frame to an increased stress on Maths and Chemistry, read on to find out how NEET is going to be different 

Published on 4th May 2017
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Here's why Tamil Nadu's teachers hate Class 10 & 12 evaluations: Terrible toilets, no food and a princely pay of ten bucks for every paper they correct

As the Class 12 results are set to be released, here's what your teachers went through to get the job done - Travelling long distances in the heat, terrible pay, no allowances and terrible toilets

Published on 3rd May 2017
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Julius Santi, The Italian Monk who revolutionised South India's print industry by setting up SIGA, is no more

Thousands of people in the print industry who have studied at SIGA, Chennai, remember the Italian who settled in Chennai and ran the institute for almost six decades

Published on 1st May 2017
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Green Thumbs: How Nandanam Arts College students turned a space smelling of urine into a lush, green organic vegetable garden

Government Arts College for Men, Nandanam in Chennai has set up an organic farm, under the MHRD’s RUSA scheme, that has transformed a barren, smelly patch of land into an organic vegetable garden

Published on 1st May 2017

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