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Arivarasu Kalainesan and Rohit Abraham

The Therukural Story: How Arivu met OfRo and rapped about Periyar, Politics and Parai isai

Arivarasu Kalainesan and OfRo are coming together for their debut Tamil rap album and tell us all that has gone into creating it

Published on 26th March 2019
Neha Upadhyaya

Social entrepreneur Neha Upadhyaya selected by Yale University among 2019 World Fellows

Upadhyaya's work has also focussed on working with children suffering from various health issues including diabetes, autism, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Published on 26th March 2019
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Can diabetic students carry snacks, insulin pumps to exam halls: High Court

Besides, the petition also wanted the diabetic students to be permitted to attend natural calls as and when required while writing examinations

Published on 22nd March 2019
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Beyond just baking: This Hyderabad duo also introduces people to their favourite food joints through exciting videos

Founders of Sugar Daddy Bakes Rohit Sanpally and Zainab Rahimtula did not just want to bake, they wanted to introduce people to their favourite food joints too

Published on 22nd March 2019
JNu Protest

JNU Hunger Strike: Five days on, protesting students' health worsens; VC stays mum

One of the students was even rushed to the hospital but the JNUSU is complaining that the VC has still not agreed to a meeting with them

Published on 22nd March 2019
Protest RGNUL

How law students at RGNUL staged a protest that brought the management to heel in 5 days flat

After six students protested for better food and relaxation of campus curfews, the administration suspended them — leading to a massive student agitation and a complete shutdown for the weekend

Published on 21st March 2019
Mid-Day Meals in Karnataka

Why removing onion, garlic from mid-day meals in Karnataka could lead to more school dropouts

When the taste of the food is compromised, there is often a disinterest on the part of the child in consuming this food and this can be linked to dropout rates, according to public health experts

Published on 18th March 2019
Early Childhood Education in Hubballi

This early childhood education programme called Chaya tells us why one should invest in them

Smita Deshpande and Jennifer Vincent's early childhood education, Chaya, has become a huge success and they aim to introduce it in several schools across Hubballi and Dharwad

Published on 14th March 2019
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Robust public health system necessary to control epidemics, says prof who discovered Ebola

Dr Baron Peter Piot delivered a lecture on the topic ‘100 Years after the Spanish Flu: Are we ready for the Next Epidemic?’ on Friday at the University of Hyderabad

Published on 19th March 2019
Apni Roti

Check out the Apni Roti van, which provides 4k fresh rotis to the poor every single day — on wheels

Installed inside the mobile van is an automated roti-making machine that has the capacity of producing close to 1,000 rotis in just an hour

Published on 11th March 2019
Veena HV (starting left) Sushantho Bose and Mallappa Rajgolkar (second right) along with their trainers at Delhi preparing for the Special Olympics World Game Abu Dhabi 2019

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
The Last Leaf band

Here's why every youngster in Davangere should listen to this song about their town

Started in 2017, The Last Leaf is a four-piece band that has a now-viral hit that's getting youngsters across the region to amp up their regional pride

Published on 5th March 2019
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Bengaluru-based AIMS Institute will soon establish a 50 acre campus at Chikkaballapur

Roja Reddy, Director of Admissions, AIMS Institute in Bengaluru speaks about how they have been working to make students work-ready and the long way they have come to become one of the top institutes

Published on 1st March 2019
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This retired army officer from Bellary continues to serve his nation by providing free training for IAF aspirants

After serving for 16 years in the army, Bellary's Mohammad Rafi is now working with a group of youngsters to help them pass their physical and theoretical exams and join the Indian Armed Forces

Published on 1st March 2019
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India needs more fellowships: JNU prof who donated Rs 2.5 lakhs of his award money to Bengal's Kalyani University

Dhar comes from a semi-urban setup of Bardhaman town in West Bengal and has seen his share of hurdles and complications throughout his journey

Published on 27th February 2019

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