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Delhi's oldest animal shelter continues its mission of caring for stray animals 

The team has been preparing massive quantities of fresh food to feed over a thousand stray dogs and cats on the street

Published on 20th April 2020
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How this Mount Carmel student and team are helping Bengaluru's homeless and cops find food and fortitude 

Noor Zahira is an Arts student from Mount Carmel College in Bengaluru. She along with her team of 11 members have been providing food and masks to the poor people on streets and in slums

Published on 3rd April 2020
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Lockdown tales: This Bengaluru man runs an animal shelter and feeds at least 70 strays every day

Praveen Kumar runs an animal shelter in Bengaluru talks to us about the troubles that he's been facing since the lockdown began and how he makes it a point to serve animals on the streets

Published on 2nd April 2020
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Learn why this Class XII student from Trivandrum is selling soaps right after school every day

Learning to make soaps at school, Akhilraj SC started selling them to his teachers, a move that was welcomed widely. Now, he's selling them on the streets after school

Published on 25th March 2020
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For every ikat shirt you buy from The Jobless Street, one shirt goes to the needy

Hyderabad-based Saikiran Gaddam entrepreneur with a heart of a social worker has launched The Jobless Street, a portal that offers premium ikat shirts, for a cause. This is how he went about doing it 

Published on 16th March 2020
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This seven-year-old has developed an app that can help ambulances reach hospitals on time

Brinda Jain, a seven year old from Bengaluru speaks about the app she has developed that can help ambulance drivers navigate easily through the busy streets of metro cities

Published on 16th March 2020
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'Let Punjabi study in Punjab': Kerala college accused of discriminating against student who ended life

Jaspreet Singh, a III year BA Economics student in Malabar Christian College, Kozhikode committed suicide on March 1 and there has been a slew of protests that broke out since

Published on 5th March 2020
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Trivandrum mayor gets Class IV student's complaint, visits her house

In her letter, Abhirami said she was unable to go school due to the unkempt pathway leading to her house and the lack of streetlight in the area. The mayor visited the area and spent time with her

Published on 6th February 2020
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Delhi's My Safetipin App is telling women which streets are unsafe to be on. Here's how

Founder of My Safetipin app, Dr Kalpana Viswanath tells Edex how the app is making the streets of Indian cities safer for women and what more can be done with it

 

Published on 4th February 2020
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Azadi is a constitutional demand: Here's what Jamia students are teaching neighbourhood kids

The students said that they did not want to stop studying just because they were out on the streets to protest. More so because the police had shot tear gas shells through the library windows

Published on 4th January 2020
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Peaceful uprisings are what you need against CAA-NRC: Student leaders, activists tell protestors at Jamia

Whoever wants to protest can join us. They have every right to protest for something they feel is undemocratic and unconstitutional, says Kawalpreet Kaur, Delhi president of AISA

Published on 30th December 2019
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Delhi cops pull AISA's Kawalpreet Kaur out of autorickshaw, manhandle her en route to protest

AISA Delhi President Kawalpreet Kaur and National President N Sai Balaji are detained along with a group of others

Published on 23rd December 2019
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This Bengaluru duo has come up with games you can play with your pawed friends

Freya Rehman and Preeti Narayanan make hand-crafted wooden games for dogs but its not all fun and games

Published on 29th November 2019
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How Murugan S Theruvoram saved the lives of more than 10,000 people living on the streets over the past 20 years

The founder of Theruvoram speaks about the 20 years he has spent taking care of people on the streets and why he is struggling to continue this noble deed

Published on 27th November 2019
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Delhi police lathicharge JNU students after dark to disperse them from Jor Bagh Metro

The JNUSU alleged in a tweet that the police switched off the street lights and “rampantly assaulted JNU students to disperse them”

Published on 18th November 2019

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