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Chidananda Murthy tells us what led him to work for the conservation of Arkavathi river and afforestation for over 10 years now
The 3000 square feet farm produces an equivalent yield from 1.75 acres of conventional farming. Prajanma Das finds out why we need to think beyond soil when we think of a farm
Bengaluru doctors do their bit to spread awareness on Nipah virus, hospitals to have two beds exclusively for patients
The department has also asked the districts to furnish daily outbreak report regarding Nipah virus. It also directed the authorities concerned to sensitise health assistants and ASHA workers.
Slowly the customers are also learning the Sanskrit names of vegetables and some of them even ask for 'allookam' or 'raktphalam'
The One Rupee Foundation was started by a group of friends who came together and began crowdfunding for various causes where the donation required from any one person is only one rupee.
Earlier, a girl student had shown reluctance to go to the madrassa class due to alleged abuse by the sexagenarian
All the contributions made will be utilised towards creating a Micro Fruit Forest in a government school in Chennai
Mahawar, a Professor at the University of Sunderland and a surgeon, tells us about the need to address obesity at the earliest
Dev Balaji who has been conducting Summer Adventure Camps in forests across Karnataka tell us about what they teach for children and how it is helping the little ones
IIT Madras bans students from watching movies, playing games inside hostel rooms. Laptops and WiFi only for 'academics'
The email was sent on April 18 to the residents of the institute's Sabarmati hostel, banning them from using laptops for 'objectionable purposes'
Hailing from Mysore, the daughter of Manju, an auto driver and MB Rukmini, a homemaker, Dhanusha started practicing when she was just 14
The word ‘bark’ as a noun refers to the outer covering of a tree and as a verb it means the sound a dog makes
Besides, the petition also wanted the diabetic students to be permitted to attend natural calls as and when required while writing examinations
Keeping the issue of diabetic children in sight, the CBSE, in a circular, has allowed students to carry eatables into the examination hall
Irani, had in 2014, contested against Rahul in Amethi but lost by a narrow margin of around one lakh votes. However, she said that she had since worked 'diligently' for the development of Amethi
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