• Search results for tribes
Image Title
20200608_211827

Why these Kerala politicians posting photos of distributing TVs to kids for online classes is unlawful — and how they reacted!

Dhisha, a collective of young activists has written to the Education Minister and the Child Rights Commission stating the same. This is how the politicians responded to the claims

Published on 8th June 2020
20190331_101841

Here's how Hyderabad's TechieRide is making the world a better place, one social issue at a time

Hyderabad-based TechieRide might have started off as a carpooling initiative, but today, they do something for everybody, be it education, tribal welfare and now, even COVID-19 relief activities  

Published on 1st June 2020
IMG_2204

A new wave of tourism: Odisha and the scope for travel that it offers in a post-COVID world

Jitu Mishra, traveller and educationist, talks about Odisha government's new dictum of intra-state tourism post-lockdown and all that Odisha has to offer to a tourist — from tribal to textile tourism

Published on 16th May 2020
Medical

Why denial of OBC reservation in All India Quota for medical seats is a social injustice  

For the seats drawn from the States for the All India Quota, SC/STs are provided 15% and 7.5%. In the same way, OBCs should be provided 27% . the Association argued

Published on 11th May 2020
Corona

This child rights NGO distributed over 22,000 ration kits and 24,000 hygiene kits across 1,071 villages

The distribution has been made under Plan India's Project 'Suraksha' which aims to fight the COVID-19 crisis while working in close coordination with the government

Published on 27th April 2020
DSC00563

How Warangal's Santhosh Manduva has been helping everyone from migrant labourers to frontline workers

Sulakshya Seva Samithi was started by Santhosh Manduva, a 33-year-old with a passion for social service. This is how the founder is stepping up his game to help out every one during the lockdown 

Published on 24th April 2020
b34c5784-3685-439c-86b5-3e0ae8eeb575

How this school in Tamil Nadu is helping tribal families stock up on food to tide over COVID-19 lockdown

The school felt it was best to send the children home because they felt they might feel better with their family. But that was only because they thought the lockdown would be for 5 days

Published on 29th March 2020
Christian_Medical_College_Vellore

Is CMC Vellore, the only institute that stood up against NEET, about to lose the decade-long battle?

With the SC saying that an alternate exam could cause 'lawlessness' and there was no need to go against a properly effective system, the chances for CMC Vellore to win their right to handle their own

Published on 12th February 2020
Edn_institute_1

Half of India's Central Universities still fail to fill SC, ST quotas in 2019, reveals HRD Ministry  

According to the data, out of 40 Central Universities, 19 haven't met the quota that should be allotted to SC, ST students — as many as 17 don't fulfil the OBC quota  
 

Published on 6th February 2020
IEJUL0832_07-08-2019_19_57_55

What will happen to board exam-bound Class 5, 8 students in TN if they don't get a community certificate in time?

Even though every child seems to have an Aadhaar card today, acquiring a community certificate is still a herculean task for most students in the state. But is it possible to get one before the exams?

Published on 23rd January 2020
Reang_women_wearing_tradition_Reang_jewellery_and_dress-_Tripura

Everything you need to know about the Bru-Reang refugee crisis and what the future holds for them

More than 30,000 displaced Bru tribals from Mizoram, who have been living as refugees in Tripura since 1997, will now permanently settle in Tripura

Published on 17th January 2020
box-09_(1)

Yes, they HempCann: How this start-up that works with cannabis is beyond awesome

"We are constantly working to reinstate the lost glory of this healing herb that was once hailed as the ‘conqueror’ and designated as one of five sacred plants in Ayurveda," says the founder

Published on 23rd December 2019
_DSC0581

Malnourishment made in India: How Sudharak Olwe's frames will compel us to understand hunger better

Olwe also runs a foundation, Photography Promotion Trust, through which they are working on a few collective projects that shed light on Mumbai’s water crisis and other issues

Published on 23rd December 2019
sexual_abuse_prof

14 students in this Kerala tribal school were sexually abused by a teacher for four months

The teacher Narendra Babu was arrested by the police and 14 separate cases were filed against him 

 

Published on 27th November 2019
NOR

Students Unions Rock North East with protests against upcoming Citizenship Bill

Eight Student Unions joined the clatter across the northeast and gave their support to the growing opposition against the controversial Bill that is likely to be tabled soon

Published on 18th November 2019

Search results 45 - 60 of 122