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Teach For Change

How this Bengaluru-based NGO is getting kids in India's Government schools to speak English

Teach For Change has been working to bring an education reform in government schools in Bengaluru and other cities

Published on 31st December 2018
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Surviving the Tsunami: Why Nagapattinam's survivors will never leave their town - or their ocean

On the 14th anniversary of the Indian Ocean earthquake that caused that horrific tsunami, we visit the historic coastal town to find out how the survivors had moved on - if they even had

Published on 26th December 2018
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Over 2,000 differently-abled youth turned up for this super-inclusive dance festival in Bengaluru

Tandav, an inclusive dance festival organised by the NGO Smileys India, is held in Bengaluru every year in December

Published on 25th December 2018
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Saurabh Sabharwal's Volunteering Solutions opens up a world of opportunities for you to learn while travelling

Saurabh Sabharwal, Founder of Volunteering Solutions tells us more about the growing trend of Voluntourism in India

Published on 22nd December 2018
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Here's how something as small as a pencil can change your life

People are willing to fund your dream if it has the right social cause. If you can effectively communicate your vision and also, if it resonates with them, they are willing to part with their money

Published on 17th December 2018
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Dance of Democracy: Why this anti-Sterlite song could serve as a wake-up call for every Tamil youth

The collective Justice Rocks along with musician Kaber Vasuki and Nityanand Jayaraman commented on the plight of democracy in the state of Tamil Nadu and the clamping down on dissent through the song

Published on 13th December 2018
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Puducherry students protest seeking age relaxation for recruitment of police constables

They were protesting against the Puducherry administration which, they said, had failed to consider the order of the Central Administrative Tribunal with respect to age relaxation

Published on 4th December 2018
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From Stanford project to DIY healthcare, how Noora is helping Indians stay healthy

What started as a project at Stanford University has now turned into an organisation. Noora Health has been working to educate people on how to care for themselves, thereby reducing hospital visits

Published on 30th November 2018
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Why the women behind indie film 'All About Michelle' need your support to tell their story today

With an almost all-women cast and crew, Apoorva Marur is crowdfunding to direct a thriller, for which she has also got on board women farmers from Zaheerabad who will shoot the movie

Published on 27th November 2018
In Defense of Reason

Their raison d’être: In Defense of Reason is a forum in Hyderabad which organises talks on contemporary topics

In Defense of Reason has around nine core members and together they organise various activities. There are discussion forums, where people get together to discuss various topics

Published on 4th December 2018
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Check out how Kochi's first school for kids with special needs started 33 years ago

Raksha Society, the first special education school in Kochi is reinventing education through the years. We take a look at their journey thus far and what the future holds for them

Published on 23rd November 2018
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How Deloitte is keeping the millennial workforce more engaged with social causes

SV Nathan, CTO Deloitte, talks about the importance of LinkedIn in bettering millennials' career and about Impact Day, the company's social initiative to keep millennial workforce more engaged

Published on 29th November 2018
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Meet the cyclists who have helped over 10k kids stay away from trafficking 

 The cyclists of Go Cycle have cycled across 30 Indian cities since 2016 and helped thousands of kids understand the perils of child trafficking

Published on 28th November 2018
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Supreme Court judge Kurian Joseph asks lawyers to maintain the brotherhood concept of the Constitution

Justice Kurian Joseph told the lawyers about their responsibility and called upon them to maintain the brotherhood concept of the Constitution

Published on 19th November 2018
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Through USA's Community College initiative, Indian students can now do short courses

We talk to girls from the recent batch about their experience and what they did while in the US

Published on 18th November 2018

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