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#MeToo impact: No Nobel Literature Prize for the first time in 70 years

The last time the institution delayed a prize announcement was in 1949. —William Faulkner received the prize a year later, the same year Bertrand Russell was honoured

Published on 4th May 2018
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Post-retirement blues: Why you should invest early to avoid them 

The Reserve Bank of India's 2017 household finance committee report found that Indian households tend to borrow later in life and are more likely to carry debts into their retirement age

Published on 30th April 2018
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Andhra Pradesh shocker: Mothers of this village are selling their daughters into prostitution

Caught between decades of drought and the ban on arrack, an ST community of traditional liquor brewers in Anantapur district has been forced to sell its women into prostitution to survive

Published on 30th April 2018
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What happened to Indian markets after LPG policies? IIT-M prof's book has all the answers 

'Hastening Slowly' talks about India's industrial growth in the era of economic reforms and the major changes in the 1990s, most of which were aimed at changing the industrial landscape

Published on 26th April 2018

Earth Day: 5 Eco-friendly things you can do for your planet

Manufacturing new clothes require both energy and water, and there are many people who can't afford to buy their own, so you can donate unused clothes this Earth Day

Published on 21st April 2018
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Spice up your summer: Check out these exciting camps that you can be a part of

It’s summer! Drop your plans of trying to cool down at home and head over to these places for some fun and learning

Published on 3rd April 2018
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This campaign set a record by unveiling the country’s largest cancer awareness ribbon at KIMS, Maharashtra

The people behind the Pink Street Campaign believe that students play a very important role in breast cancer awareness. Here's why 

Published on 13th March 2018
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Meenakshi Umesh's school teaches the one lesson no other school will teach — Survival

Meenakshi Umesh, Founder of Puvidham — Education for Sustainable Living and Rural Development talks about how she set up this one-of-a-kind school

Published on 7th March 2018
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Rahima Khatun has been liberating rural Muslim women in Bengal for three decades. This is her story

With women comprising 85% of its board members, Nari-O-Sishu Kalyan Kendra has been working for the cause of vulnerable women and children in southern West Bengal for more than two decades

Published on 5th March 2018
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Here's how Nidhi Tiwari is taking women on INSANE road trips all across the world

Who says that women can't handle long road trips? Women Beyond Boundaries is empowering women to take up long and difficult expeditions and brave the dirt track

Published on 21st February 2018
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Vizag-based band Kairoz is working on a web series next and we JUST CAN'T wait

In the world of music, it is all about survival of the fittest and the one who adapts to the changing tides, stays. It's no wonder Kairoz has sustained!

Published on 4th January 2018
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This viral video of two Odissi dancers performing on Alaa Wardi's song is a must-watch

Deepam, the Odissi academy in Muscat, will see student-turned-teacher-turned-Head taking over the reigns. And her first move? Putting out a viral video

Published on 3rd January 2018
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Why you have to watch Nila Madhab Panda's climate change film Kadvi Hawa ASAP  

Director Nila Madhab Panda has been helping us swallow the bitter pill of environmental calamities through his films. With his latest, Kadvi Hawa, he is at it again

 

Published on 29th December 2017
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This 16-year-old from Hosur invented a device that can detect silent heart attacks 

The Hosur boy is the recipient of the President’s Award for his astounding research to predict silent heart attacks that could potentially save many lives

Published on 20th December 2017
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2018 poses challenges for B-schools with a drop in placements and poor quality of education: ASSOCHAM

According to the Assocham Education Council (AEC), root cause of the problem is that institutes only focus on filling up seats and do not consider the quality of students

Published on 11th December 2017

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