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Government School in Panangur Village is a breeding ground for mosquitoes. How are students supposed to study?

The buildings of a panchayat union school in a village near Perambalur have been in a dilapidated condition for the past six decades

Published on 11th October 2017
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IMF reveals the mantra: Educate children in poor countries and income equality will follow

It says that in developing countries a child's reach to education is closely linked to his family's wealth. Kids in poorer countries have limited access to primary education

Published on 13th October 2017
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Artist Shreenath is set to take the issue of the 1943 Bengal Famine and convert it into a dance drama that you will never forget

To prepare for the dance drama, Shreenath is doing site-specific research and reading books on that particular time period

Published on 12th October 2017
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For Divya Deepankar, the world is her audience, travel is her music and somewhere in your city, she will find her stage 

All the world's a stage and she is just a mere performer, travelling to dance and make her hastag #TereSheharMein trend globally

Published on 11th October 2017
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We will drop out, say SC/ST Engineering students after State curbs their scholarships

The State government in its newest orders states that scholarships will only pay the amount fixed for admissions through government quota

Published on 11th October 2017
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Will IIT Madras lose all its deer? If they don't fix their waste problem, Forest Department threatens to relocate all animals on campus to Guindy Zoo

Over 500 animals including the endangered black buck and spotted deer have died inside the IIT Madras
campus since 2010 — prompting the NGT to threaten the relocation of all animals 

Published on 10th October 2017
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Keep stretching yourself: What Sahitya Akademi Award-winner Manu Pillai learnt from his years working with Shashi Tharoor

As the winner of the 2017 Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar award, an author and as someone who served as the Chief of Staff to Dr Shashi Tharoor, Pillai sure wears many hats 

Published on 10th October 2017
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Forgot to buy milk or is your newspaper boy late again? Fret not, as this B'luru start-up will get your morning necessities right on time 

Co-founders Satish Shetty and Anuj Bishnoi explain how they came up with the idea of making for morning chorus less complicated 

Published on 5th October 2017
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Honk Honk! Mumbai theatre group Gillo is getting on a minibus and going across rural Karnataka to take theatre to kids directly

The group does not believe in a stage show but it does believe in performing anywhere they can halt and that could be your school, library or your home 

Published on 5th October 2017
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After NEET hullabaloo, only 5 of 122 seats allotted for the differently-abled were filled up on Thursday

About 20 candidate were eligible to appear for counselling but after the medical tests to determine disability, a mere five students were able to realise their medicine dreams

Published on 24th August 2017
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MCC students who developed social networking site for college can't keep it running because they can't pay for server space. Will someone help?

It may not be great, but WayDesk, a social networking site for MCCians to check exam schedules, day orders and connect with seniors could soon be lost cause without urgent financial help

Published on 30th August 2017
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Here's why every book lover should stop by 82-year-old Govindaraju's garage filled with books curated since the 1950's: Books, books and more books

There's no flashy neon sign outside. There's no computerised tagging or cataloguing, Govindaraju's Rare Books is just a good old-school rummage-and-find book hunting experience

Published on 30th August 2017
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Fancy a robot that can help you create a map for a distant location? These four students from PES University will guide you through

The university in Bengaluru has a dedicated lab where students can develop innovative projects to address the present-day problems

Published on 30th August 2017
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Medically-mandated Suicide: Dalit girl Anitha who challenged NEET in SC kills herself after failing to get med seat

Anitha, who had fought NEET in the SC, didn't get a medical seat and ended her life - sending shockwaves across the state

Published on 1st September 2017
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Thanks to UGC guidelines, every faculty member will soon have tools to detect plagiarism. You have been warned!   

The draft says that every higher education institution (HEI) should establish the mechanism as prescribed in the regulation to enhance awareness about responsible conduct of research

Published on 4th September 2017

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