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Lack of pupil-centred teaching methods reason for low learning skills, study shows

In Indian schools the teacher dominates and there is little room for independent learning.

Published on 25th November 2018
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India to release eight captive-reared vultures with tracking devices

Prior to this release, two captive Himalayan griffon vultures were released in the wild in June 2016 from the Pinjore centre on an experimental basis.

Published on 11th November 2018
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Discovery to premiere 'Kerala Floods: The Human Story' on Nov 12

In over 11 straight days of intense rainfall, nearly 25 trillion litres of water fell on Kerala---a state with one of the highest density of population, 44 rivers and 61 dams.

Published on 11th November 2018
Kerala State Literacy Mission research study

Nearly 70% of people in Kerala unaware of emergency kits, disaster preparedness

The survey coducted by Kerala State Literacy Mission was aimed at assessing the public's scientific knowledge on climate change, disaster management and environment-friendly lifestyle

Published on 14th October 2018
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These women from Trivandrum have made it their mission to fight for equality

 The voices behind Samam speak about fighting for equality following the recent political climate

Published on 25th October 2018
Kerala artist Fathima Hakkim

This 26-year-old Kerala artist uses a world of colours to express herself in a changing world

Fathima Hakkim speaks about finding herself in her art and dealing with a world that constantly judges your identity

Published on 17th September 2018
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UN report says child death declined faster in India over the past five years

According to the report, the gender gap in child survival has reduced almost four-fold in the last five years. However, an estimated 6.3 million children under 15 years of age died in 2017.

Published on 18th September 2018
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Lessons of 2013 floods helped this Kochi family survive the recent floods without panic 

James Joseph, 47 year old and Aluva resident who have successfully survived the six days of panic at his home due to the floods that severely affected the region

Published on 3rd September 2018
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Relief in times of disbelief: Inside Kerala's colleges-turned-relief camps where humanity and belief run deep

When the rains come most colleges declare a holiday and students chill. During the Kerala floods, colleges were turned into effective relief camps and students were among the most spirited workers

Published on 22nd August 2018
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Laziness may be the best way to prevent extinction, says fossil study

The researchers analysed metabolic rates of about 299 mollusk species and found higher metabolic rates were a reliable predictor of extinction liklihood

Published on 22nd August 2018
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'India's modern education tilted towards leading materialistic life': Dalai Lama

The peace icon emphasised on reviving of ancient Indian knowledge and added that Indian texts provide an individual with the kind of peace and inner strength capable of tackling all problems of modern

Published on 11th August 2018
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Check out the real Jayanagarada Hudugi, Meghana Sudhindra, before her book launch

Popularly known as the Jayanagarada Hudugi, Meghana Sudhindra is a 26-year-old Bengalurean who works as a Research and Development Engineer with a start-up called AppAchhi

Published on 7th August 2018
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RTI is every Indian's strategic weapon: Aruna Roy and The RTI Story

A social activist. An ex-IAS officer. A Magsaysay Award winner. A writer. A catalyst for the enactment of the RTI Act. We're not talking about a group of people. We're just talking about Aruna Roy

Published on 28th June 2018
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World No Tobacco Day: How tobacco and cancer is tearing this family's life apart

Sathish's wife didn't realise that her husband was addicted to tobacco, she didn't know that it could lead to cancer either till she had to find out on her own

Published on 31st May 2018
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#MeToo impact: No Nobel Literature Prize for the first time in 70 years

The last time the institution delayed a prize announcement was in 1949. —William Faulkner received the prize a year later, the same year Bertrand Russell was honoured

Published on 4th May 2018

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