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Emelife Stella Chinelo, Sanjana Darla P and Meera Manahar Rao Anasane with their gold medals

Nigerian girl wins 20 gold medals and 5 cash awards, shatters University of Mysore's record 

Emelife Stella Chinelo tops the list of medal tally at 99th convocation of University of Mysore. Meera Anasane, a 46-year-old homemaker, and Sanjana Darla won 10 medals each

Published on 18th March 2019
Rahul Gandhi at Stella Maris

Rahul Gandhi at Stella Maris: Why TN Higher Education dept's enquiry citing election code of conduct is weird

A letter was sent by the Director of Collegiate Education asking how "permission was granted" to Stella Maris, "a government aided college", to conduct an event where "a political leader" took part

Published on 15th March 2019
St Peter's Group of Institutions

Why St Peter's Group of Institutions does not want to ban mobile phone on campus and encourage digital education

Students want good jobs, not good education and this is what is most unfortunate, says TV Reddy, Secretary-cum-Correspondent of St Peter's Group of Institutions

Published on 9th March 2019
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Why every Class IX student should check out the exclusive Math learning app MindZu

Launched in January 2019, it is a personalised Math learning app for class IX students. It is aligned to the CBSE curriculum

Published on 8th March 2019
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This 10-year-old yoga champion from Udupi can revolve her body 42 times in one minute

Tanushree Pithrody is a young yoga champion whose name’s been is included in the Golden Book of World Records and Guinness World Records. We talk to her to find out how she got into a yoga biz

Published on 7th 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
Rajeev Kanth and Dharani Bharat joined Pradeep Karuturi and Amar Akbar mid-way

These two youngsters went on a 'Cycle Yatra' across AP, stopping at govt schools to spread awareness on climate change

Pradeep and his friend Akbar kickstarted a cycle tour covering 2,000 km across the 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh to visit 30 plus government schools

Published on 6th March 2019
Abhinandan Varthaman

Faculty at Abhinandan's alma mater, Bengaluru-based Kendriya Vidyalaya can't wait to invite him back to their school

The entire school got into scrambling through the records to dig out old photographs of their brave alumni and chanced upon quite a few of them

Published on 3rd March 2019
IIT Madras Students Hyperloop

IIT-Madras's Hyperloop pod only Indian to race against the best at SpaceX

Team Avishkar's pod can reduce travel time between major destinations like Mumbai and Chennai from about two hours to less than an hour

Published on 4th March 2019
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This Mexican freestyle footballer is travelling across India, teaching and juggling footballs

Paloma Pujol Mayo talks about how freestyle football became her way of life and how this India tour is going to help her inspire freestyle footballers in India

Published on 1st March 2019
Book Fairy

Meet Mumbaikar Kadambari Rushin Mehta, India's first official 'Book Fairy' who is sharing her love for reading with everyone

The Book Fairies movement was launched in India on March 8, 2017, and Kadambari Rushin Mehta from Mumbai was one of the first official Book Fairies in the country

Published on 2nd 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
IIT Madras Crowd Control

IIT Madras scientists develop an algorithm to control dense crowds at huge public gatherings like the Kumbh Mela

The research conducted by IIT Madras and published in the journal Physical Review Letters, can also help design safe evacuation procedures for events and locations that witness high footfall

Published on 21st February 2019
Malavika Banerjee

Why Malavika Banerjee doesn't feel the need to make the Kolkata Literary Meet 'different'

"I read faster on the Kindle because you can adjust the font size," says Malavika Banerjee, Director, Kolkata Literary Meet

Published on 21st February 2019
Ariana Gupta

This 17-year-old Mumbai girl is changing the way we look at fairy tales through her debut book 'New Age Fairy Tales'

Ariana Gupta tackles some of the problematic themes present in fairy tales as a step towards changing the messages conveyed through the kinds of stories we tell our children

Published on 21st February 2019

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