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Buffer your sugar because people prefer their bad news served blunt, finds study

Researchers said that while relationship-related news may require a softer approach, physical news is often best delivered direct and unbuffered

Published on 8th October 2017
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Dyslexia is a problem and parents need to start accepting that, opine experts on World Dyslexia Day

Parents and society at large have a huge role to play in shaping and often making or breaking children with dyslexia and learning disabilities, opine Experts on World Dyslexia Day

Published on 5th October 2017
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Straight from the ground: What a JNU student thinks of making AADHAAR compulsory for submitting dissertations  

Do students really need an AADHAAR identity despite having existing ones? Is this really making the education system more transparent? Have more questions? This scholar from JNU addresses them all

Published on 24th August 2017
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I am a proud idol worshipper, says author Amish Tripathi 

Amish Tripathi, the wiz of all things past, is out with his first non-fiction book, Immortal India

Published on 27th August 2017
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Wondering why comedian Daniel Fernandes is everybody's favourite? Here are some hints!

This Goan, who lives in Mumbai, wears many hats — from stand up to his podcast, his well-researched content has never failed to win people over 

Published on 28th August 2017
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These students cuddling puppies at a school in Bengaluru are going to make you paw-sitively jealous 

Nooraine Fazal, CEO and Managing Trustee of Inventure Academy wanted her students to learn value of compassion and humanity. Hence, she got four puppies on the campus! And the students are loving it

Published on 31st August 2017
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I'm on my period, so? These girls talk about ditching menstrual taboos and breaking free

Long gone are the days when white was a forbidden colour during teenage and saying the word 'period' was an unimaginable sin. These tell society why it should move on

Published on 16th September 2017
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Schools should be charged if they can't keep their students safe, say 88% parents in online survey

A majority of parents in the survey suggested a background check and police verification for staff, seperate toilets for kids and staff besides other guidelines

Published on 13th September 2017
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When Godse first met Gandhi he brought him a sack of old shoes. What Bapu did next will shock you, recalls Tushar Gandhi

On Gandhi Jayanthi, Tushar Gandhi brings us insightful tales and shades of the Mahatma that shows us how a leader of that bent of mind may still be in vogue today

Published on 2nd October 2017
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Talking to Kriti Sanon, the closet nerd and the new brand ambassador for Education New Zealand, about her childhood and #educationgoals 

With Kriti Sanon as brand ambassador and a string of special initiatives for India, sthe Regional director also weighs in on how New Zealand is sure to win the hearts of Indian students

Published on 15th September 2017
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What does an MBA have in store for you? This expert opinion can help you take the right call

Kunal Nehruji of GEMS B School talks about the pros, cons, and everything in between of MBA in India and beyond

Published on 17th September 2017
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Do India's teaching methods need a revamp? These students suggest changes that can make the classroom lively and fun

These students demand understanding teachers, a platform for freedom of expression and thought and a seperation from archaic classroom learning

Published on 21st September 2017
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OPINION: Do adivasi, Dalit and gay rights exist only in seminars?

Ashley Tellis talks about violence of the neoliberal Indian University for whom the woman, the Dalit or the gay or the adivasi is no more than seminar topics

Published on 25th September 2017
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After researching Resistance Art, Jamia Millia student Dhrupadi Ghosh is now having to fight her own resistance battle

Dhrupadi Ghosh has been a PhD student at Jamia Millia University for two years, but out of the blue she received a notification about her termination from the University- with no stated reason

Published on 25th September 2017
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#Aintnocinderella: Meet the women who managed to make an unorganised social campaign go viral   

They were trolled, threatened and even bullied. But they don't seem to care as long as their social media posts are reaching the right people   

Published on 10th August 2017

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