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His mother's illness pushed Siddharth Nair to create a medical device, now it's changing lives

Siddharth Nair's company creates medical devices that are specially designed to help patients with chronic pain. a highly ignored health issue

Published on 18th May 2018
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Anna University regional campuses to offer UG courses from the coming academic year

Anna University in Tirunelveli, Madurai, and Coimbatore will set up four new BE or BTech programmes, each taking in 60 students

Published on 18th May 2018
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'Learn Kathak' YouTube channel provides online classical dance classes for everyone

This fabulous teacher grew up in Lucknow and began studying Kathak under Kapila Raj of the Lucknow Gharana at the age of seven

Published on 16th May 2018
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This company will help farmers predict their yield and keep a track of their loans

SatSure is working with the government, insurance companies, and banks to forecast farm yield and help farmers

Published on 15th May 2018
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Orchids The International School innovates to teach Science differently

The Science Kits, designed by Orchids The International School, aims to help students understand the finer aspects of the science concepts

Published on 14th May 2018
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This Chennai FC is actually making kids study. Check out how

FC Madras coach Arindam Biswas convinces parents from all over the country to send their football-crazy kids to the field. 

Published on 1st May 2018
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Press Freedom Day 2018: How free is the press in India?

Declared by United Nations General Assembly, every year, the day of May 3 is celebrated as World Press Freedom Day to raise awareness of the importance of freedom of the press

Published on 3rd May 2018
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Child rights panel feels NCERT guidelines for play schools has 'gaps'

The NCERT guidelines talk of play as the basis for learning, art as the basis for education, blend of textual and cultural concepts, and a mix of formal and informal interaction

Published on 2nd May 2018
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Pick wisely: Of Over 1K colleges in Telangana, only 135 are NAAC accreditated 

In this year’s National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) by MHRD, not a single college from Telangana made it to the list of top-100 colleges

Published on 1st May 2018
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Start-up policy: Goa aims to feature in top 25 start-up hotspots in Asia

The state government intends to develop a minimum 200,000 lakh square feet area for technology innovation and incubation centres in the next five years

Published on 30th April 2018
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From power grid to traffic signals, every system of the Vijayawada government is prone to hacking

Given the capabilities displayed by the hackers at the recent hackathons organised by the State Government, it is frighteningly clear that they can, if they want, take control of power grids

Published on 30th April 2018
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Art on the go: How metro stations have turned into art galleries

From Stockholm to Kochi, metro stations across the world have become a hub for splendid artworks. With vibrant colours and intrinsic patterns these artworks will beat the boredom of the commuters

Published on 29th April 2018
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Brush up your language skills with the latest digital initiatives launched by Cambridge English

Campustowork.org was relaunched by Cambridge English to give the students direct access to internships/jobs posted by the companies registered on the platform

Published on 24th April 2018
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Students of NITHM Hyderabad protest after college changes marking pattern ahead of exams

Among the other charges were that the students were being not allowed to use the college infrastructure because most of the time it was booked for film shootings

Published on 13th April 2018
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Private schools in Hyderabad may make 'no dues' certificate compulsory

Nearly half of 'budget schools' in city are pushed into loss by parents who willfully default on paying fees. In a bid to curb such cheating,  private schools will make No Dues Certificate mandatory

Published on 9th April 2018

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