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The 14th Dalai Lama is revered by tens of millions of Buddhists as a living Buddha, and we find out what the experience of meeting him feels like
With every step that they take, a StepSetGo user wins coins which can be used to redeem discounts and win prizes
Here are some of the best practices that every college must adopt to avoid pollution insde the campus and to make sure the greenery is intact and that can positively impact the temperature inside
The young founder of Platform for Artists is taking it upon himself to raise a little awareness about the people whom Pune (and Indian) will be voting for, findsNandhini Srinivasan. Are you listening?
We didn't know library worked till 8.30 pm: NIT Agartala women who protested to extend hostel curfew
The women hostellers called off the strike on April 11 night, after the administration promised them to extend the hostel in-time from the next semester
Meet Chirag Mehta, Hyderabad's very own Daddy Day Care who quit corporate life to raise his daughters
Chirag Mehta and Nivedita Mummadi, his wife, made the decision together
Watching this Odia director's black-and-white film, Life Drop, will change the way you use water every day
Young filmmaker Abhishek Swain's short film Life Drop is certainly raking in good reviews and accolades
Sherin Mohamed uploads her comics and caricatures on her Instagram handle Ticklesh. Hers is probably the only Indian hijabi comic
Fashion show at Jamia Milia cancelled for being against Islamic ethos: Was protest by student group fuelled by elections?
A group of over 10 students, under the banner of ‘Students of Jamia’ later protested outside the venue as they deemed the fashion show immoral
Dr Divya Karnad, a Future of Nature winner and co-founder of InSeason Fish is going all out to teach people about sustainable fishing and consumption — so that nature will continue to support us
The work that the NGO has done to eliminate child labour and educate children won it this year's Bal Kalyan Puraskar
Aranya's new poem 'The language of equality' was released ahead of International Women's Day, kickstarting a campaign called #PatriarchyKaPackup
K'taka parents promise God never to cut or wash their 16-year-old's hair, son begs CWC officials to get him a snip
Two days ago, the officials from the child welfare committee visited the village for a legal awareness programme called 'Kanoonu Sakshsrata Ratha'.
Paloma Pujol Mayo talks about how freestyle football became her way of life and how this India tour is going to help her inspire freestyle footballers in India
Meet Aravindhan Anbazhagan, a Teach For India fellow who stacked up awards for his inspirational work
Aravindhan Anbazhagan recounts his experiences as a teacher that lead him to win an international award
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