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Karnataka PU lecturers boycott second-year exam evaluation to protest government policies

The state Education department has decided that should the lecturers fail to evaluate the papers, they will act as per the amendments to the Karnataka Education Act, which includes a penalty and jail

Published on 21st March 2018
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One-third of Karnataka colleges are run by Lingayats. Here's is how it will affect you if they get minority status  

Lingayats running the educational institutions will be exempted from many compulsions and the community people will get 50 percent reservation in these schools and colleges

Published on 20th March 2018
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I did not single-handedly organise the Farmers March: Vijoo Krishnan's journey from JNU to AIKS

The Joint Secretary of the All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) speaks about the importance of the Kisan March and why such struggles will endure

Published on 16th March 2018
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Despite brain surgeries and a lost voice, Pranitha Timothy has helped thousands of bonded labourers and kin of convicts

Pranitha is the founder of Justice and Hope, a Chennai-based organisation established in 2013. The ordeal that she went through personally to get there is quite a stirring tale of hope

Published on 7th March 2018
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NEET 2018 question paper to be the same for all 11 languages: Prakash Javdekar

A new language was recently added to the list making it and new centres are cropping up after student demand 

Published on 1st March 2018
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Should foreigners teach us manners or is it time we start building more toilets?

Several foreign travellers and artists take it upon themselves to do their bit to clear the walls of paan stains and urine stench. But do we really need foreigners to teach us toilet etiquette?

Published on 23rd February 2018
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We need more public schools like Kendriya Vidyalaya in every village: Prof Anita Rampal

From recent budget allocation to effective implementation of the RTE Act, Anita Rampal believes that there is more the government needs to do to strengthen the country's public education system

Published on 21st February 2018
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Roses are red, prices will make you blue: Bought for Rs 5, roses are sold for six times as much on V-Day

Valentine's Day is the day of love, but local flower dealers and farmers aren't feeling any. Meanwhile, you're paying a bomb for something they're selling at a pittance

Published on 14th February 2018
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Free language classes to preserve Jawaharlal Nehru University's Kannada Studies Chair

With no hope from the administration, Prof Bilimale has begun translating classical and non-classical Kannada literature into English

Published on 11th February 2018
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Changing the lives of people by shaping the way they are perceived

An image consultant aims at analysing an individual’s behaviour in public and assists them in moulding themselves to perfection to adapt in a changing social environment

Published on 7th February 2018
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Karnataka Government lecturer caught after six years for using fake marksheets

The woman had used a typewriter to enter new, false marks against the maximum mark cards which held a stark contrast and mismatched her original

Published on 5th February 2018
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From Google to non-profit: How Atul Satija is building a bright future for Bengaluru's youth   

The/Nudge Foundation,  is a one-a-kind non-profit that aims to empower youngsters through their Gurukul and NGO incubator. Atul Satija, the founder elaborates on their unique working model

Published on 2nd February 2018
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Modi's Mann ki Baat: NIFT has a new 'Khadi' design for Indian postmen 

According to the postal department, newly designed uniforms will be gradually made available at over 7k retail outlets of KVIC for 90K postmen and postwomen

Published on 30th January 2018
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Environment ministry only gives out approvals, no sign of due process: Jairam Ramesh

Jairam Ramesh says that the current government talks a lot about environment conservation but all of their actions go against their rhetoric

Published on 30th January 2018
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Meet Selvi who got out of an abusive marriage to become south India's first female cabbie  

The story of Selvi, South India's first woman taxi driver, was documented over the past ten years by ace filmmaker Elisa Paloschi. Both talk about how they are taking Driving with Selvi to the masses

Published on 21st December 2017

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