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OPEN LETTER: Here's why Bengaluru's Dr Asha Benakappa credits her success to her favourite teacher

Director of Indira Gandhi Institute for Child Health in Bengaluru opens up about why she thanks her favourite teacher every single day for making her push her limits

Published on 5th September 2017
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Remembering Gauri's politics of love, one month on: Why Pradeep K P wants to show Gauri Lankesh's life in a full-length movie soon

Pradeep K P has just made a documentary on his close friend, Gauri Lankesh, with the aim of showing the world who she truly was. It was screened at St Joseph's College in Bengaluru 

Published on 4th October 2017
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I'm on my period, so? These girls talk about ditching menstrual taboos and breaking free

Long gone are the days when white was a forbidden colour during teenage and saying the word 'period' was an unimaginable sin. These tell society why it should move on

Published on 16th September 2017
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Really mom: Millenials share their most bizarre restrictions by parents. Relatable?

We love our parents and understand their need for restrictions, but can they understand our need for a break? 

Published on 15th September 2017
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This young vet in Hyderabad can help you figure out when your furry friend is in pain

Allvet Pet clinic in Hyderabad attempts to shed light on how to handle your dogs and cats when they are in pain

Published on 8th September 2017
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When the fate of an entire nation lies on you, will you have the courage to take the risk? 'Queen of Hearts'  is one musical you don't want to miss

The musical by acclaimed playwright Shekinah Jacob, which will soon be performed in Chennai and Bengaluru is a historical account of Queen Esther with a contemporary twist

Published on 8th September 2017
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Government school teacher in Viluppuram quits job after cops barred her from protesting against NEET outside her school

The teacher and her seven-year-old son sat outside the school she worked in to demand justice for Anitha, arguing that she had put her son there because she believed in Samacheer Kalvi

Published on 7th September 2017
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What Teachers' Day means to you when your great-uncle is Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

From wondering why he read under the streelights to becoming a part of his legacy, Dr S Radhakrishnan's descendant recalls how her continuing tryst with him developed over time

Published on 6th September 2017
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What could a 74-year-old have in common with someone who's 26? We talked to two teachers, generations apart, to find the answer

This Teachers' Day, we take a look at how much has changed in the education sector in the last few decades and how different it is to be a teacher today

Published on 5th September 2017
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Former JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar recollects his last conversation with Gauri Lankesh   

The late journalist-activist 'adopted son' reveals that Gauri had warned him that she was being targetted and stalked  

Published on 7th September 2017
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Mumbai-based Dhamma Wings is not only the country's first Buddhist rock band but it is also waging a war on casteism 

This group of five won't settle for anything less than peace and equality. That's why they present legends like Buddha and Ambedkar through their music

Published on 7th September 2017
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A matter of GRAVE CONCERN: All you need to know about Taphophila, the art of finding peace at the cemeteries  

This concept, that is widely accepted in the western countries, is now knocking at India's doors. Hari Bhagirath is one of the few who has sported the idea of spending some quality time at the graves

Published on 6th September 2017
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Candidates put forward their views during the presidential debate at Jawaharlal Nehru University ahead of students union polls 

Issues like lack of facilities for the disabled, ideological wars and persistent caste system were a few topics discussed during the debate

Published on 7th September 2017
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At 20, Akanksha Choudhary is an international model and an IIM-A student. No wonder, she is giving everyone major student goals 

Akanksha says she didn't even know how to walk the ramp. Yet, she won the Miss India Elite 2016 title. We find out how

Published on 6th September 2017
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CMC is NOT protesting against NEET, only the single-window counselling: CMC Director Dr Sunil Chandy

Responding to criticism that they have 'shut' their admission down because they were sour about the NEET judgement, CMC Vellore Director Dr Sunil Chandy clarifies the Institute's stand

Published on 6th September 2017

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