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Neeha Gupta, a Class XII student is out with her second book, titled Swapped. Her first book was out two years back
Water warriors: This Kovai water expert tells us one simple trick to save thousands of litres of water
Dr R Ilangovan, who has worked with the Tamil Nadu Public Works Department enlightens us with his knowledge of easy water conservation from households to industries
The interactive workshop will clarify the queries on the latest amendments in Union Budget with reference to the non-profit organisations and the Vivaad se Vishwas scheme 2020
IIT Madras collaborates with six other IITs to attract more mainstream research in rural technologies
IIT Madras joins hand with Six IITs across the country for a three- day international conference on rural technology and development
Bill for teacher transfer regulations tabled in Karnataka to ensure availability of teachers in govt schools
Bill also proposed to exempt zonal transfers in special cases if teacher/their family suffering from terminal illness/other serious ailments for which treatment is not available within the taluk
Noor Jaleela was born without forearms and lower legs but that doesn't stop her from playing the violin, painting and dabbling in some craft-making too
Terribly Tiny Tales’ latest offering comes in the form of a book called With Love, which is a collection of letters that are both heart-warming and gut-wrenching. Bring out the tissues, folks!
Two days ago, about 50 students were protesting demanding that the administration take action against those who participated in the puja despite it being forbidden
Sunder Raju, Chairman of ACT Fibernet speaks about their upcoming Atria University and how it'll be a game-changer for aspiring students and the education sector
The team behind Kozhikode's Dream of Us speak about creating an art platform where differently-abled students get to display and sell their work — and do it without any pity in return
The Azeem Banatwalla interview: Is there anyone that this comedian hasn't offended through his jokes?
Comedian Azeem Banatwalla has been offending people with his jokes for over 8 years now. And there's nothing he wouldn't joke about, he confesses
We should stop blindly aping the Western ways of education, adapt to India's needs: Sonam Wangchuk, the innovative educator from Ladakh
Sonam was pursuing engineering as a mechanical engineer and was also teaching students to support his education, but that took him on a journey that became his life
This 21-year-old student meme creator from Coimbatore is contesting the local body elections. Will he win?
S Nagarjun will be contesting for the Neelambur ward member seat and believes that the future of politics is with the youth of today. The 21-year-old is the youngest to contest in the election
Apurva Bhuta has recently released his maiden fantasy novel titled, 'The Patriots’ Legacy: Forbidden Treasure,' and you won't believe how it all started out!
Technology is advancing so fast that it is completely changing our social institutions like family, government and religion, according to Jalan who explores how we can adapt to these changes as a race
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