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Pedalling for a cause: Students organise cycle rally to protest against child abuse

The cycle rally was flagged off from Thiruvananthapuram railway station to Kasaragod to fight against child abuse

Published on 27th April 2018

This photographer's initiative is a one-stop solution for aspiring wildlife photographers

Toehold offers a range of services from conducting workshops for photographers to organising photo tours across exotic destinations

Published on 27th March 2018

5 Memes you'll absolutely LOVE if you're psyched about Avengers: Infinity War

Every Marvel fan is extremely excited to watch the film, but they're all equally dreading how they'll feel once it's over, knowing that many of their favourite characters are likely to die

Published on 27th April 2018

AIIMS resident doctors go on strike after colleague slapped by senior doc

The doctors have demanded suspension of the senior doctor. They have also requested the authorities to not allow the doctor in question to take their thesis and conduct any verbal or written exams

Published on 27th April 2018

Wildlife deaths on IIT Madras campus hit a new high of 99 in 2017

An RTI application was filed by animal welfare activist Antony C Rubin to the Forest Department. He also raised a suspicion that IIT-M has been under-reporting the deaths

Published on 27th April 2018

MKU College principal forcing staff to sign letters in favour of Vice Chancellor

One of the letters even stated that the Vice Chancellor was a good person and the university was on the path of development after he assumed office

Published on 27th April 2018

Odisha's Accountant General suspended for not conducting the VC meet for the past four years 

What surprised the audit team is that no action was initiated against the persons responsible for not conducting the meetings and not following up previous minutes of the meetings

Published on 26th April 2018

RTE shocker: At least 87 Bengaluru kids asked to join schools in North Karnataka 

The principal secretary of the department has given instructions to allot seats to these students wherever there are openings in the city

Published on 26th April 2018

Hyderabad-based Nitya Sreedhara will help you connect the dots through her workshop

Through her first workshop, Nitya Sreedhara introduced the art of stippling, just the way she practises it

Published on 26th April 2018

Telangana's brightest minds are being honed at Summer Samurai residential camps 

Summer Samurai, the 15-day children's camp is organised along with Creya Learning at TSWRS, Kondapur

Published on 26th April 2018

Aneez K Mappila's national award-winning film captures the heartbeat of Wayanad's Paniyar community 

The director speaks about Paniyar community and explains how their identities have been mixed with their profession indistinguishably over the years. There is no other community like them, he insists 

Published on 26th April 2018

How YouTuber Anuja Kamat is making Indian classical music simpler to understand

Anuja Kamat is also interested in graphic designing and writing and looks forward to combining them with music for the promotion of fine arts

Published on 25th April 2018

Foodpreneurs Assemble: 4 Awesome joints in Chennai that are delicious

Young entrepreneurs have opened up a world of gastronomic delight that doesn’t just hinge on to a signature taste, but also looks at factors in texture and design

Published on 25th April 2018

Bad news for techies: H1B approvals for Indian IT companies drop by 43% since 2015

A US-Based study indicated that said even the top-slot IT company Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) received 2,312 H-1B visas in 2017 as against 4,674 in 2015, registering a drop of 51 percent

Published on 25th April 2018

Neha Ayyub paints her canvas with shades of hope

The 18-year-old artist won social media over with her extraordinary art work titled the 'Sunflower Series'

Published on 24th April 2018

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