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OPINION: Do adivasi, Dalit and gay rights exist only in seminars?

Ashley Tellis talks about violence of the neoliberal Indian University for whom the woman, the Dalit or the gay or the adivasi is no more than seminar topics

Published on 25th September 2017
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Tribespeople, ecosystem to be supported and protected by the Forest Department's new Ecosystem Management Fund

It will also aim to address local issues like man-animal conflict as well as provide better infrastructure to local tribal communities

Published on 25th September 2017
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Batman Day: Bengaluru met its Batman this weekend and it can't stop talking about it

As the world celebrated Batman Day on September 23, we tell you how Bengaluru responded to the gala  

Published on 25th September 2017
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Remote tribal pockets are home to this man who's changing lives one green idea at a time 

The social enterprise aims at creating a market across the eastern states for around 2,500 tribals. The members, mostly women, benefit when they are connected with role models 

Published on 25th September 2017
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The Railways Campaign to trace and rescue missing kids will now cover 75 of India busiest stations

Operation Muskaan, launched in 2015 to rescue children found on the railway premises currently covers only 35 railway stations.

Published on 25th September 2017
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It’s screen time versus the classroom for new age English language learners

Cambridge Assessment English is making landmark change in how technology is being used to impart English language education

Published on 25th September 2017
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After researching Resistance Art, Jamia Millia student Dhrupadi Ghosh is now having to fight her own resistance battle

Dhrupadi Ghosh has been a PhD student at Jamia Millia University for two years, but out of the blue she received a notification about her termination from the University- with no stated reason

Published on 25th September 2017
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Siddharth's relentless pursuit of flimmaking has us intrigued

This 24-year-old knows where the path to filmmaking will lead him, but he still wants to tread it anyway

Published on 25th September 2017
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IISc students are all set to bring Munshi Premchand's works back on stage on his 81st death anniversary 

The play titled Maikhana Munshi Pyaali Premchan'  comprises a cast of 25 science students and is directed by two research scholars Madhulika Pathak and Yogaraj Banerjee

Published on 5th October 2017
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This duo wanted to tell the world that India is safe for women. So, they biked from Kanyakumari to Leh

Shubra Acharya and Amrutha Kashinath started their journey on September 5 from Kanyakumari and reached Leh on September 10. 130 hours and 29 minutes — that’s how long it took them to prove their point

Published on 4th October 2017
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The birth of education 4.0: Swiss management schools are now opening doorway for iPads in classroom

Replacing books with tablets is the ongoing trend for this Swiss school. Emanuel Donhauser, Chief Academic Officer, SHMS, talks about what led them pick up this trend

Published on 4th October 2017
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These B'luru teens just created a robot that can carry notes from class to class. But, get this, it's apparently to 'save time' for their teachers!

Grade 10 students Vikram Mishra and Gaurang Bharti, invented Autonomous Transport Vehicle (ATV) for their teachers so that they don't have to waste time transferring notes to other faculty members 

Published on 4th October 2017
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18 Till I Die: Why TN getting a new Governor may only delay Anna University's chances of getting a Vice-Chancellor, after 18 months without a head

Eighteen months after the last VC relinquished charge, the governing varsity for almost every engineering college in Tamil Nadu is languishing without a head. And the strain is beginning to show

Published on 4th October 2017
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GenY doesn't seem too outdoorsy, 56 per cent of Indian parents think so 

An International survey onducted in 10 countries has found that many parents felt their kids are less familiar with the outdoors than they were

Published on 4th October 2017
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Want to animate Hollywood blockbusters like Harry Potter? Aptech's Chief talks about how their alumni are cranking it up in the real world

Anil Pant talks about how training provided by Aptech, the world over, is a boon for students who want to get jobs in pretty much any industry, especially in digital ones  

Published on 3rd October 2017

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