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Bidri craft workers in Hyderabad go online in hope for reaping more profits

The reason behind the approach towards the cyberspace, apart from reaching more customers, is also reaping more profits

Published on 19th June 2018
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Modi and the Meme Factory: How social media reacted to the PM's fitness video posted online

The #humfittohIndiafit challenge is still on, now with the Prime Minister has uploaded a video of his daily exercise routine but the meme creators did their own take on it

Published on 13th June 2018
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How this GI store is helping put artisans back on the map, giving them their much due credit

The GI Tag is used for agricultural, natural and manufactured goods. At present around 350 products from India have been registered under GI Act of the respective country

Published on 8th June 2018
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Private schools in Karnataka raise objection over fee regulation

The state government had notified the Karnataka Education Institutions (Classification, Regulation and Prescription of curricula) Amendment Rules, 2018 in the months of May

Published on 6th June 2018
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Schools and colleges in Dakshina Kannada to remain shut due to heavy rain

Pre-monsoon rains were also reported from Udupi, Honnavar, Agumbe, Karwar in the coastal region, Belagavi, Hubballi-Dharwad and Gadag

Published on 30th May 2018
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A Rocha India works for the peaceful coexistence of elephants and humans for 16 years

Through reserach, education programmes, volunteering and internships, A Rocha India is making sure that humans and animals coexist peacefully in and around Bannerghatta

Published on 29th May 2018
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Former Vice Chancellor of Tumkur University Prof S C Sharma takes charge as NAAC Director

He is a member of the Syndicate of Mangalore University, UGC Nominated Senate Member of Jain Viswa Bharati University, Ladnun, Rajasthan

Published on 28th May 2018
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How Virtual Admission Fair 2018, an online platform will be the next big thing in ed-tech 

Virtual Admission Fair 2018, is an online admission platform where students and colleges can interact online to make admission easier for both the parties

Published on 28th May 2018
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RTE success: Karnataka's Belagavi district receives 6700 applications this year

To popularise RTE in the district, the education department made every effort in creating awareness among parents as well as students in both rural and urban areas of Belagavi district

Published on 26th May 2018
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Karnataka's Yelaburgi district hopeless waits for 300 "guest" teachers

In all, the taluk has 196 primary and 43 high schools with about 40,000 students. Apart from teachers, the government schools lack basic infrastructure and amenities

Published on 26th May 2018
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Former Tumakuru Vice Chancellor Prof SC Sharma is all set to be the new NAAC director

This decision by the UGC or Central government has raised several eyebrows in Karnataka as Prof Sharma had several allegations against him when he was a vice-chancellor of Tumakuru University

Published on 25th May 2018
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417 SSLC students to be felicitated for securing cent per cent results in Tulu

As many as 417 students from 22 schools had written Tulu paper during 2018 SSLC exams

Published on 24th May 2018
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These engineers created an attachment that can make any stethoscope 'digital' instantly

Called AyuLynk, the attachment can detect and record heart and lung noises and digitally transmit them — making it a boon for health practitioners in India's isolated villages

Published on 22nd May 2018
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Youngsters in Karnataka will get free coffee, dosa for casting their votes on May 12

Another restaurant in the city, located at Manyata Tech Park, is offering 10% discount on the overall bill on election day if they visit the restaurant and display the ink on their fingers

Published on 11th May 2018
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Care of footpath: Vegetable vendor scores 79 per cent in SSLC

Vinod Kumar B, who used to sell vegetables in KR Market, did his homework and studies under the streetlight and on pavements

Published on 10th May 2018

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