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Want to manage an IPL/EPL team? Head to Kerala's Sports Management and Research Institute and learn to become a perfect sports manager   

Sports Management and Research Institute, Kochi, and Anju Bobby George tell us why the added advantage of a trained manager can help you in becoming a world class athlete 

Published on 17th May 2017
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IIT graduates bridge the education gap in Kashmir, by helping engineering students reach their goals

Facing off-and-on internet bans, curfews and inaccessibility to books in Jammu and Kashmir, a bunch of IIT graduates have got together to help students and engineering aspirants realise their dreams.

Published on 17th May 2017
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Move over Facebook, Hello Kashbook: Kashmir's 16-year-old Zuckerberg not allowed to use phone in dorm but still runs the Valley's only social network

Not all the kids in Kashmiri schools are pelting stones. Really. Zeyan Shafiq is fighting the system in a whole other way - by running a social networking site called Kashbook, from his dorm at school

Published on 17th May 2017
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Having friends helps the move from primary school to secondary school easier

Studies reveal that participative children who have a good friends circle are likely to be better off at coping up with the transition- related challenges while moving from primary to secondary school

Published on 15th May 2017
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These two Guinness Record holding freestyle footballers from Chennai surely know how to have a ball. Here's how

27-year-old Pradeep Ramesh, a freestyle footballer/coach, who recently became a Guinness World Record holder alongside 21-year-old Raghul Raja talks about how his journey began as a freestyler

Published on 13th May 2017
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Meet 16-year-old Simar Singh, whose community of poets is slamming the social norms through spoken word poetry 

Young poet and founder of UnErase Simar Singh talk about how his community is helping young poets talk about relevant social issues

Published on 13th May 2017
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A daily wager's daughter from Tuticorin who lost her mother at seven just scored 1173 in her boards, but she may not be going to college: This is why 

Her mother died when she was 7. Her dad is a mason who raises three daughters on a meagre wage. And yet, Anandha Jothi managed to get 1173 in her board exams

Published on 12th May 2017
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First transgender to write TN board exams was adopted by TN's first transgender engineering graduate, Grace Banu

Tarika Banu, the first transgender student to write and clear TN board exams opens up about the criticism and struggles she had to overcome, her family and her future aspirations

Published on 12th May 2017
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TN +12 result: 70k students flunked Tamil Nadu's class XII exam, but it's still good news: Here's why

Though a higher number of students wrote the exam in 2017, the number of failures came down - indicating a better performance all around 

Published on 12th May 2017
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Schools close to LoC are being shut after Pakistan shelling

Schools close to the LoC in Rajouri, Jammu and Kashmir are shut as a precautionary measure after the heightened tension that arose post the death of a woman due to the firing by Pakistan Army

Published on 11th May 2017
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Male teacher crosses boundaries and rips off school student's hijab in the US, gets fired immediately

A school teacher who allegedly tore his student's hijab at school only because she sat on his chair without permission, had his employment terminated immediately

Published on 10th May 2017
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Buddha's teachings to be incorporated into curriculum, says Prakash Javadekar on Buddha Purnima 

HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar says Gautam Buddha's teachings to be incorporated into the curriculum in order to instil compassion, amity, human values and so on

Published on 10th May 2017
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Madhu Kishwar on JNU post issue: They're acting like I was selling Chole-Bhature in Sarojini Nagar Market before this

Madhu Kishwar vehemently maintains that she's not a sanghi and questions why JNU's students are yelling themselves hoarse when her predecessor was 'way less qualified'

Published on 10th May 2017
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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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