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Lady of the Lakes: How Madhulika Choudhary is saving Hyderabad's water bodies

Choudhary has worked for over four years in this field and is still raring to go. She continues to encourage volunteers to join her on her mission

Published on 10th June 2019
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Education has to be freed from the clutches of self-interest groups: Vineet Nayar

We need to make teachers the part of the solution rather treat them as the problem, says the ex-VC and CEO of HCL Technologies and Founder Chairperson of Sampark Foundation

Published on 24th June 2019
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In the dry grasslands of AP's Anantapur, conservation biologist Siddharth Rao is on a mission to revive forgotten ecosystems

Trying to restore ecosystems without respecting its uniqueness is the greatest threat to the environment right now, believes Rao 

Published on 20th June 2019
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Aditya Madhav is unearthing any kind of data that will help organisations do more for the environment. Here's how

Aditya Madhav's strength is research and his interest lies in History. For Madhav, the coming together of these two has brought in a sense of purpose in his life 

Published on 20th June 2019
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Meet the fisherman who's saving our turtles from being injured by trawlers

Pugalarasan talks to Prajanma Das about his journey from being a fisherman to a marine conservationist who has taken a pledge to save and tend to turtles

Published on 17th June 2019
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Every Indian who can, must visit Kashmir and make friends: Farooq Abdullah

The seasoned statesman from Kashmir spoke to Blessy Mathew Prasad about how tolerance and sense were needed to bring peace and of course, education held the key to a better India

Published on 21st February 2019
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These school teachers from Bengal are trying to save the Ayodhya Hills from losing their forest cover

Sourav and Suman have been talking green for a decade and are fighting to save 2.5 lakh trees from being cut down in Ayodhya Hill

Published on 10th June 2019
Sanjeev Pednekar's Prani Animal Sanctuary is different from the conventional animal sanctuaries and zoo (Pic: Sriram B N)

Sanjeev Pednekar from Bengaluru is educating kids and adults about the importance of co-existing with animals and birds

Co-founder of Prani Pet Sanctuary, Sanjeev Pednekar tells us what shaped him as an animal rescuer and encouraged him to start his own organisation

Published on 11th June 2019
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Why Murthy wants every lifeform in the Eastern Ghats to rest easy

Murthy Kantimahanti from Visakhapatnam feels that the Eastern Ghats and the wildlife there deserve our attention. We get the details about his Eastern Ghats Wildlife Society 

Published on 10th June 2019
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India might not be ready for Zomato's new 26-week parental leave. Here's why

Along with the 26 weeks of parental leave, the new parents will also be given an endowment of $1000, per child as stated by Zomato founder Deepinder Goyal

Published on 6th June 2019
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#StopHindiImposition: CPI(M)'s Tamil Nadu wing also joins the bandwagon

In a press meet held in Dharmapuri, K Balakrishnan, CPI(M) Tamil Nadu state secretary condemned the Central Government's 

Published on 3rd June 2019
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BPL girl students in Visakhapatnam govt schools to get training in yoga, soft skills and sports

The participants are given accommodation in executive trainees' hostel. A control room with CCTV was set up for the safety of girls

Published on 1st June 2019
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Less than 15 percent of medical colleges have platforms for students to file caste discrimination-based complaints

Among institutes of higher education, the highest number of ragging complaints comes from medical colleges

Published on 30th May 2019
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UGC order of forming ‘equal opportunity cells’ was never implemented in most medical colleges

Out of India’s 512 medical colleges, not even 80 have a platform where students can lodge complaints related to caste-based discrimination

Published on 30th May 2019
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Cornell University researchers find that social interactions and language are best at predicting who could win a debate online

Want to win an argument online? Bolstering your social network may be more helpful than persuasive arguments or witty comebacks, a study has found

Published on 20th May 2019

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