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Do you need to complain about sexual harassment at work? Govt's SHe-Box portal to accept complaints from women in private companies too

About 70 per cent of Indian working women do not report incidents of sexual harassment at work in fear of the repercussions, according to a survey by the Indian Bar Association, 2017

Published on 7th November 2017
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Chennai's kids can watch films on Climate Change in their classrooms, courtesy the Science Film Fest that has come to India for the first time

The Goethe Institute/Max Mueller Bhavan is organising India's first Science Film Festival for children and all the focus is on climate change. Interested? Get in touch and screen some

Published on 7th November 2017
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No play time for Delhi kids after IMA docs say that polluted air is too dangerous for kids to play outside: Kejriwal asks Edu Ministry to shut schools down till air clears

The IMA also urged organisers of the Delhi Half Marathon and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal seeking cancellation of Delhi Half Marathon because of the increased pollution

Published on 7th November 2017
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Do you lack social skills? Beware, this could be affecting your body and stressing your mind out, says study

The study is the first to link social skills to physical and not just mental health, meaning a combination of depression, stress and social exclusion all rolled into one fat ugly chain of thought

Published on 7th November 2017
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Here's how Sunaina Badam switches from Mom to YouTube's favourite Frustrated Woman in a matter of seconds!

A beloved child artiste, a popular TV host, an RJ, a full-time mom and now “frustrated woman” - Actress Sunaina Badam is back in the limelight with her new web series, Frustrated Woman.

Published on 7th November 2017
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Unfair and Lovely: How Kavitha Emmanuel has been on a crusade to prove that Dark is beautiful for ten years and counting

Ten years down, the Dark is Beautiful campaign went viral in 2014 and received positive responses from both men and women from 18 different countries 

Published on 7th November 2017
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Kannan On Air: At 65, this Kannada priest has gone from the temple to RJ-town, and he's a rockstar already

With a humorous speaking style drenched in wit and wisdom, he is followed by Kannadigas all over the world and is a huge draw for their radio station

Published on 7th November 2017
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From being an RJ to a vlogger to a sports commentator, this TN boy is letting his words dictate his choice of professions

Warming up for one good inning, this wanderer can't stop at one destination in the walk of life

Published on 7th November 2017
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Aishwarya Tandon paid 17 girls from a Gurugram slum to go to school. What happened next will make you cry

Tandon started Nrinam with these 17 girls, helping them to make arts and crafts, get an education — and is looking at getting more girls out of the slums and into schools. Way to go

Published on 7th November 2017
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Sweet Emotion: In bizarre theft, thieves in UP looted 100 kilos of rasgullas and gulab jamuns from three shops, but took no cash 

No cash or valuables were reported to be stolen and a probe into the unusual theft has been initiated. Chances are there may not be any use in getting the goods back as they have a eat-by date

Published on 7th November 2017
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Opinion: Why I love Khichdi but hate the idea of India having a national dish 

Blame it on social media if you will, but why are we arguing about whether khichdi ought to be our national dish when farmers are closer to suicide than their failed fields and empathy is but limited

Published on 5th November 2017
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College trio from Kochi throw open the doors for performing artists and the city's young through their open mics

Arbor Vitaè's ambience and environment has been carefully put together and has received enormous positivity from Kochi's youngsters

Published on 6th November 2017
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Breaking barriers: Tribal woman becomes nature's saviour, joins hands with her community to save few trees for the future

Jamuna Tudu, On her journey in saving the mother nature had succeeded and now with 150 committees  comprising more than 6,000 members in her movement to save the forests, she is doing more

Published on 6th November 2017
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Attention parents: Your teenager brat is not likely to study, get a job or a marriage proposal if he doesn't quit smoking pot

According to study by the University of Connecticut on 1,165 young adults, teenagers who smoke pot and drink alcohol are less likely to be successful in life

Published on 6th November 2017
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This Chennai couple refused fat cheques and converted an old building into a school to teach street kids

SUYAM Charitable Trust has been nurturing dreams of various street children in Chennai and transforming their lives through education

Published on 6th November 2017

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