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The sky is the limit: The Open Sky Slam is a space for anyone with a little poetry in them

The collective of artists that was formed in 2015 has grown across the country and over borders

Published on 18th August 2017
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This app rewards you for every calorie you burn. Now, what is stopping you from hitting the gym every day?

This actually sounds unbeleivable. Right? Then you haven't downloaded FIMO

Published on 17th August 2017
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Cries for help: Reservation policy in Hyderabad further limits availability of seats for psychology courses

With only 2 seats available for the course in two institutions across the country, aspiring students have found a new enemy in the state's reservation policy

Published on 16th August 2017
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The shifting game: Parents of 300 girl students remain unconvinced about shifting TMREIS on grounds of safety and hygiene 

Telangana Minority Residential Education School is planning to shift its campus but several parents are objecting to this move

Published on 14th August 2017
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How does it feel to be on Sarahah? This first person account is a testimony you must read  

From waiting for the first anonymous message to pop up to wondering who could be the sender, Sarahah seems to be just the app Millennials were looking forward to   

Published on 11th August 2017
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Gear up for an 'epic' show: This theatre group is all set to take you on mythological ride this weekend

From a school theatre group in Chettinad Vidyashram, Theatrekaran is now revamping Indian epics like the Ramayana for the Tamil stage

Published on 11th August 2017
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What does Artificial Intelligence mean for education? Find out here 

Computer scientist, Nikhila Ravi, believes that AI could solve some of the challenges facing education

Published on 11th August 2017
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'Bright' student at IIIT Bengaluru dies under mysterious circumstances; police suspect suicide

Fourth-year student Goluguri Sai Sharat dies after falling off the college building on Friday morning. College maintains that it could not be a suicide because he had no academic pressure.   

Published on 11th August 2017
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This four-member team wants to monitor water pollution globally. And New York seems to be impressed by them  

A WHO study shows water pollution kills over 12 million humans every year. These young lads are building a sensor-network to monitor a fatal threat that we face in today's day and age

Published on 9th August 2017
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School authorities forced Indian-American transgender student to dress up as a boy. Here's how she gave them solid gender awareness lessons    

The school in California didn't allow Nikki Brar to wear school's girls' uniform, use the girls' bathroom, or be called a "she". In retaliation, she and her family decided to sue the school over this

Published on 8th August 2017
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India marches for science: Students, researchers and scientists to rally in support of science

The rally is being organised to put a stop to the propagation of unscientific ideas and increase the funding for science and promote scientific research

Published on 8th August 2017
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Here is a chance for you to get classes from the best teachers around

Coursera is a digital learning platform based in the US which can provide you with classes from Nobel Prize winners, Pulitzer Prize winners and the best teachers around the globe

Published on 31st July 2017
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Despite getting admission, bureaucrats in Kerala stopped ST student Binesh Balan from getting funds to study abroad for four years. Here's how he finally made it to Sussex 

Kasargod's Binesh Balan is the only one from Kerala to bag the National Overseas Scholarship this year, ending a four year struggle to study at some of the world's top varsities that wanted him there

Published on 7th August 2017
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Here's what JNU will do if two PhD applicants have the same marks. Pick the younger one. No, seriously

According to the JNUTU, that's what the plan is at the premier varsity. JNU is apparently set to give preference to a younger candidate if two candidates get the exact same marks in the entrance exam

Published on 6th August 2017
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The Ashwin Sanghi Interview: 'I'm a huge fan of the works of both Amish and Devdutt'

You know Ashwin Sanghi as the author of a few mythology-based, fiction-thrillers. Now, you’ll also know him as the author of a series of self-help books

Published on 6th August 2017

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