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Meet Roopa Rao, who is responsible for changing the education policy in favour of dyslexic students

Dyslexic school students in Karnataka have to study only one language, which is the language of instruction, as a result of professor Roopa Rao's fight

Published on 27th April 2018
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No Pride on Campus: LGBTQ support groups in Indian colleges forced to function in secret because of discrimination

Students across the country want to be more pro-LGBTQ but have to function underground, for obvious reasons. We find out more..  

Published on 26th June 2017

Books still a hit in Kerala, amid rising popularity of e-books and Kindle

Although people are more inclined to e-books and kindle currently, bookshops and libraries in Kochi are doing everything possible to counter its effect

Published on 18th April 2018
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Private schools in Hyderabad may make 'no dues' certificate compulsory

Nearly half of 'budget schools' in city are pushed into loss by parents who willfully default on paying fees. In a bid to curb such cheating,  private schools will make No Dues Certificate mandatory

Published on 9th April 2018
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Meet the guys because of whom you are not paying parking charges at Hyderabad malls 

Activist Satish Kumar Pendyala, one of the men behind the move, will teach you the art of filing PILs, RTIs and more during his new monthly workshop

Published on 3rd April 2018
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Do schools need to change their approach to homosexuality?

The school in West Bengal, which asked ten "lesbian" students to tender a written confession accepting their sexuality brings to the fore the divide between understanding and ignorance to the LGBTQ

Published on 22nd March 2018
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Dedicated principal gets panchayat school two AC classrooms after online plea bears results

According to villagers, the principal's dedicated service brought the strength of students from 43 a decade ago to 106 today

Published on 21st March 2018
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Former JNU student raps about Atul Johri, gets death threats within hours

This is not the first time that Rahul Rajakhowa has been threatened, he first started getting threats when he uploaded a video about JNU three years ago

Published on 20th March 2018
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Female engineering student in Nellore commits suicide after being accused of theft

The incident was triggered after the college and the victim's roommate suspected her of theft and complained to her father

Published on 20th March 2018
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Help crowdfund this filmmaker from TISS who wants to make Dalit stories from Dalit perspectives

TISS researcher Somnath Waghmare was in the limelight for his documentary on the Bhima Koregaon battle. Now he's asking for funds for his next film on two anti-caste activists

Published on 12th March 2018
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ABVP gatecrashes Kawalpreet Kaur's speech during college event on women's safety, creates ruckus

The student leader was stopped during a programme on women's safety by the ABVP and forced to leave the premises. There was a good deal of violence involved, going by the videos being shared online

Published on 22nd February 2018
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Civil society has to chip in to protect human rights, say experts at Women's Christian College

Short theatre presentations and short films contributed by student participants added another dimension to the proceedings

Published on 15th February 2018
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Karnataka Government lecturer caught after six years for using fake marksheets

The woman had used a typewriter to enter new, false marks against the maximum mark cards which held a stark contrast and mismatched her original

Published on 5th February 2018
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You are a law student in college, but a student of law all your life: R Venkata Rao

R Venkata Rao says that students always tend to think the minute they get their law certificates they know it all but that it is far from the truth, law college is only just the beginning.

Published on 30th January 2018
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Mingle with non-Hindu men and get thrashed: Right-wing group warns Mangaluru students

Veera Kesari from Mangaluru is inciting communal violence and breaking all records of moral policing by saying any girl seen even talking to a non-hindu man, will be beaten

Published on 4th January 2018

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