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These books from Karadi Tales talk about rural life like it has never been discussed before. Check it out

Karadi Tales and PARI have released a five-book series by various authors about the myriad shades of rural life in India. We speak to four of them

Published on 16th December 2020
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Graduate from NIT, Surat beats 70k coders to win TechGig Geek Goddess 2020

TechGig Geek Goddess is an annual coding contest for women technologists that provides a national platform for the participants to showcase their programming skills

Published on 17th December 2020
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Looking for a 2021 calendar that's all about hope? Check out this one made with the artwork of blind children

The Government School for the Blind in Kottayam has compiled the stunning work of their students into a calendar. We find out how it managed to make a difference

Published on 16th December 2020
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How students of the CSCF are educating the coastal community through their own radio show, Radio Kadal

Radio Kadal is a programme set up by student volunteers from the coastal community in an attempt to educate the community and to share their wealth of information

Published on 16th December 2020
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Things have been better than we'd imagined: Meet Dr Chhagan Bhai Nanjibhai Patel, ABVP's new National President

In the ABVP internal elections, the principal of Sarvajanik Pharmacy College, Mahasena, Gujarat was elected unanimously as the National President

Published on 16th December 2020
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Regular lessons for students of Classes 10 and 12 to begin in Madhya Pradesh from December 18

Based on the enrolment of students for Classes 9 and 11 and the teaching rooms available, the principals of schools may take a decision to conduct regular classes at the local level

Published on 15th December 2020
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For over two decades, Anantapur Sports Academy has been helping children exercise their right to play. This is how

Anantapur Sports Academy's work in the field of sports has been extensive and grassroots-driven. They discover, nurture and encourage talent and we find out the philosophy behind their functioning

Published on 14th December 2020
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Good news for researchers: CSIR promises to release funds for all pending fellowships within a week

An official associated with the research institute, in an email to a student, confirmed that the pending fellowships for the students will be released in a week

Published on 11th December 2020
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This Varanasi cafe owned by acid attack survivors distributed 14k free food packets to the poor during the lockdown

Owing to the lockdown relaxations, the cafe was reopened in June. Now, to raise funds to run the business, they have started a crowdfunding campaign on Crowdera

Published on 11th December 2020
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Centre seeks database of forces for COVID vaccination

The DGs have been reportedly asked to prepare the data and submit that within the next 15 days as COVID-19 vaccine can be introduced any time in the coming weeks, sources said

Published on 11th December 2020
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Here's why December 11 is an important day for the children in India

On December 11, 1992, India signed the United Nations Conventions for Child Rights. We explain to you when UNCRC was adopted, who wrote it and how India went on to implement it
 

Published on 11th December 2020
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UN Secretary-General warns of 'vaccine nationalism' moving full speed, leaving behind poor countries

Guterres said at a news conference that financing COVAX is the only way to guarantee vaccines will be available in Africa and other developing areas

Published on 10th December 2020
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AICTE launches Online Mapathon to promote use of Indian satellite imagery for developing resource maps in the country

As the public is invited to improve resource mapping using free content from ISRO, the programme is expected to enhance coverage and develop layers of important resources

Published on 9th December 2020
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After mistaking a panic attack for a heart attack, this 29-year-old launched a revolutionary mental health start-up

MindPeers, started by Kanika Agarwal, is going to offer some self-care tools early next year which will make you feel empowered and safe. Science backed by solid technology will make it happen
 

Published on 9th December 2020
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India leads the world in AI adoption, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic

The study also showed that 94 per cent of the over 200 chief executives in India surveyed said they've either adopted or are planning to implement AI in their companies

Published on 9th December 2020

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