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Bhaag Hamid bhaag: How this Kashmiri tailor's son who's set on running 200 km in 24 hours may be the inspiration youth in the valley need 

Hamid, who wants to concentrate on a future in ultra-marathons, has won over 12 golds at the college and district-level and aims to complete the famous Kashmir to Kanyakumari marathon soon 

Published on 15th November 2017
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Now, kids can learn Math through Motion Comics courtesy Bengaluru-based start-up Cuemath

The stories have been designed for classes K to 8 and have stories that are divided into three levels ranging from pre-primary, primary and middle school up to class 8

Published on 16th November 2017
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Odisha teen Sumitra Nayak is training girls in school to play RUGBY. Boy, are they killing it on the field or what!

Sumitra trains her juniors in Rugby and is planning a school, where education and sport go hand in hand 

Published on 14th November 2017
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This DRDO assistant is making government schools kids a pro in English and Computer Science. And he is not alone in this

Vinod S believes that the true purpose of Right to Education will be realised only when government school students are on par with those studying in private schools

Published on 8th November 2017
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The Kavita Kane interview: Why Feminism in Indian mythology matters today

Going back to how she began writing, much before her first book Karna’s Wife gave her a cult following, Kane was a journalist who had ‘not handled creative writing — not even in a college magazine

Published on 4th November 2017
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Raya's Sexual Harasser List: SC lawyer says naming the abuser is not a problem. Here's why.

Kiruba Munusamy points out that in most instances victims are forced to be silent because they fear being  failed,  denied reference letters or even being forced to quit the college

Published on 26th October 2017
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Remembering Sana Iqbal: The biker lady who taught millions of students how to fight depression 

On her way to meet students at a college, Sana had said, "It's important to let the youth know that depression can be cured, and I am here to give that push." And we are sure, she saved many lives

Published on 26th October 2017
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Break the rules when it’s for the right cause, says this Tamil Nadu activist, who is lobbying for a non-electoral system

The activist feels every student has a right to protest and opposition from the judiciary and authorities goes against India's Constitution and sovereignty

Published on 24th October 2017
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Wanna read comic books all day long? This latest course at a UK-university will allow you to do just that   

Here is a college that gives you a degree in comics. Enough said. Here's what the minds behind the new course tell you about its pros and cons

Published on 23rd October 2017
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From Kashmir to Kanyakumari: Read the story of the man who cycled for the upliftment of children 

Wanna feel like a kid again? Riding a cycle is the best way to do that. But turn it up a notch and cycle for a cause like Dhandapani Loganathan

Published on 20th October 2017
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Cycling for the greater good: When Vinay Antony took to the wheels and cycled for a cause

We were intrigued to find out more about the journey, both metaphorical and literal, of Vinay Antony Payyapilly, who braved it out by riding through it all

Published on 20th October 2017
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Prerana Special School fights for mentally challenged kids in rural Maharashtra by battling stigma and teaching them the art of living

The school has not received a single grant from the government in years but has changed lives after Father Bijesh and Seenu Philip decided to fight an ugly battle in Kalmeshwar, with kindness 

Published on 19th October 2017
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If you're looking to do some self-exploration, this book by this Chennai author should be on your bookshelf 

He has been in the field of self-awareness and development for 22 years and started skill training and psychology workshops soon after — reasons enough to read his books for some enlightenment!

Published on 9th October 2017
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Here's why Presidency College has had 80% drop in admission of deaf students: Making Maths mandatory for a BCA seat and shutting a hostel 

Since 2007, a student was allowed to apply for BCA course at Presidency College if they passed the 12th exam, irrespective of the subject. But with Math becoming mandatory, student numbers are falling

Published on 28th August 2017
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Meet the 12-year-old boy who has been breaking records with his Karate chops since the age of six 

India’s budding karate champion, M P Jagruth who made the country proud at the World Karate Cup, is already gearing up for the 2024 Olympics

Published on 31st August 2017

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