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Satirically yours: Why Liz George's cartoons are politically incorrect! 

Cartoonist Liz George talks about her upcoming series on the lockdown in Kashmir and why her cartooning is political to the hilt 

Published on 23rd October 2019
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Why army man Shamil Kandachery's Malayalam cinema-inspired art is going viral

This artist has spent time serving the country but is also using his artistic skills to make pop culture seem a whole lot cooler

Published on 23rd October 2019
Shashi Bhushan Singh

Meet Bihar's 'Crazy Sweeper', who started a Swachh movement way before Modi

Shashi Bhushan Singh takes cleanliness very seriously, and nothing will stop him from setting an example for others to follow

Published on 22nd October 2019
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These 5 Indian states account for 50% of crimes committed against women. Shocked yet?

Women in these five states are still grappling with abuse from their families and kidnapping  — is the lack of a stronger punishment the reason?

Published on 22nd October 2019
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Why this short film will make you feel the pain of India's farmers

Yashowardhan Mishra, Director and Writer of short film Mandi talks about the agrarian crisis and the problems faced by farmers in India

Published on 22nd October 2019
Kartikeya Ladha

How Kartikeya Ladha took two long trips and ended up a bestselling author!

When Kartikeya Ladha quit corporate life, he was at the top of his game. He tells Aathira Ayyappan why he decided to take a long walkinstead and how his quest to find the true meaning of life

Published on 21st October 2019
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This Karnataka college has a jugaad to stop cheating in exams: Put a box over their head

SC Peerjade, deputy director, PU Board, called the incident “inhumane”. He further said that the college can use “ traditional ways” for managing students and to prevent malpractice in the examination

Published on 19th October 2019
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The Coding Ninjas story: Why this EdTech start-up wants you to pay their fee only after you land a great job

We spoke to Coding Ninjas Co-Founder and CEO Ankush Singla to find out more about the evolving ed-tech sector and how coding is something that everyone wishes to learn

Published on 19th October 2019
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Chinmayanand case: UP Court terms 'victim' law student's college admission her family's 'personal issue'

The Court asked the father to find a lawyer to apply for permission to take her to Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhand University to finish her admission, though she is currently in the state's jail

Published on 18th October 2019
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Now, you can study AI at the world's first-ever graduate level, research-based AI university in Abu Dhabi

Over the next decade, AI is set to have a transformational impact on the global economy, with experts estimating that, by 2030, AI could contribute nearly $16 trillion to the global economy

Published on 17th October 2019
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This UPSC aspirant from Karnataka has spotted more than 500 bird species across India!

Kiran Bagade, an avid birdwatcher, talks about how he fell in love with ornithology, the subtle art of bird ringing and how it helps in studying a particular breed of birds — and climate change

Published on 17th October 2019
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Harsh Batra believes his nutrition drink Happy Ratio can substitute the mid-day meal. Really?

Harsh Batra has found a way to provide school girls the nutrition they need to make it big in the field of sports — he tells us what's gone into the making of his elixir Happy Ratio and why it's safe

Published on 16th October 2019
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This is the Odisha rugby coach whose heroics Abhay Deol has recreated in Jungle Cry

Everybody's raving about how Abhay Deol's Jungle Cry could be the next Chak De India. We talk to the real-life coach who took a raw team from KISS in Odisha to win a global rugby journey in London 

Published on 15th October 2019
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UK and Norway have swimming in school curriculum, so should India: Experts

Since 1994, swimming and water safety has been a statutory element of the national curriculum for physical education in England while Norway introduced the programme in 2015

Published on 14th October 2019
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Indian youth prefer a stable job over higher salary, says study

A majority of the candidates (39.4 per cent) prepare for three or more competitive exams at the same time, the study said

Published on 14th October 2019

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