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Want to know how you could tackle obesity? Check out this book by Dr Kamal Mahawar

Mahawar, a Professor at the University of Sunderland and a surgeon, tells us about the need to address obesity at the earliest

Published on 22nd May 2019
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Apeejay School, Delhi hiked fees without govt permission, found guilty of severe financial irregularities

The school authorities said they will follow the law and will take "appropriate measures" to defend and safegaurd the interest and reputation of the students and the stakeholders

Published on 12th May 2019
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How Meet Luthra's 'Sarcasm' has managed to garner 39 million likes on Facebook in two years

Meet Luthra, founder of the Facebook page 'Sarcasm' talks about the story behind their extraordinary success and how they continue to keep people laughing

Published on 28th April 2019
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This summer camp is creating awareness among children about forests and animals 

Dev Balaji who has been conducting Summer Adventure Camps in forests across Karnataka tell us about what they teach for children and how it is helping the little ones 

Published on 24th April 2019
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Water crisis in hostel forces tribal girl in Visakhapatnam to bathe in canal, drowns

The missing girl, E Rani, a student of Tribal Welfare Girls Hostel is a native of Guntaseema village of Dumbriguda Mandal

Published on 20th April 2019
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Meet the three diffabled youngsters who are itching to make India proud at the Special Olympics

Three differently abled youngsters from Bellary will be participating in the Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi 2019. The trio train for over six hours every day and are now ready to compete 

Published on 6th March 2019
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Two dogs and a girl: 10-year-old Krithi's book Super Sushi Adventures is a fun, fantasy tale 

Krithi understands that too much screen time is not good for the eyes, so she limits it to an hour every day. She watches videos and plays Minecraft. Krithi is already writing her third book

Published on 29th January 2019
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Good news for burn victims, artificial skin could now help them 'feel': US study

According to the study, the skin's ability to perceive pressure, heat, cold, and vibration is a critical safety function that most people take for granted

Published on 29th January 2019
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Bengaluru’s Treamis World School focuses on preparing its students to face the real world

At Treamis World School, students are encouraged to explore subjects and apply what they learn to daily life

Published on 29th January 2019
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Here is why Vellore Institute of Technology doesn't believe in the number game 

Last year, around 400 companies visited Vellore Institute of Technology for placements, and this time they are expecting even more

Published on 28th December 2018
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I can't handle too much free time, says musician-entrepreneur-mental health advocate Ananya Birla

For Platinum record-selling singer Ananya Birla, 2018 has been all about the hustle. With 2019, this multifaceted 24-year-old wants to tour, perform and reach out to more people through her music

Published on 22nd December 2018
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How Michael Soosairaj made it from Kanyakumari to Jamshedpur FC and is taking Indian football by storm 

Soosairaj opens up about his childhood in Kanyakumari, how he made it to pro football and some crazy fan moments — and why playing for the Indian football team is the ultimate goal

Published on 22nd November 2018
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World AIDS Day: Which of these 20 myths about HIV do you still think are true?

HIV is one of the those diseases that has a long list of misconceptions that surround it ever since it was discovered. This AIDS Day, here is a list of myths that people believe about HIV-AIDS that we

Published on 1st December 2018
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Should the fear of violence dam campus elections? Here's a low down on how panic reactions work

Fear does strange things and I am sure we can all agree on that

Published on 10th November 2018
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This Bhopal runner is 'collecting calories' from runners around the world to feed hungry India

This one-of-a-kind initiative needs you to send your activity data — from any app that tracks your activities and gives a count of the calories you've burnt that they translate into meals for the poor

Published on 1st October 2018

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