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Press Freedom Day 2018: How free is the press in India?

Declared by United Nations General Assembly, every year, the day of May 3 is celebrated as World Press Freedom Day to raise awareness of the importance of freedom of the press

Published on 3rd May 2018

Fake universities alert: UGC releases a list of 24 self-styled varsities

According to UGC, the detailed list is also available at UGC website www.ugc.ac.in. The commission warned the public to not to take admission in these fake universities

Published on 25th April 2018
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This Kodugu school is located in the lap of greenery and they teach their students how to protect it

Do you find yourself interested in both Environment and Education? Check out E-base Kodagu and find out what this one-year fellowship entails

Published on 8th April 2018
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Good news for parents: Thanks to Kerala govt, your kids won't have special classes this summer 

In a circular, a government body stressed on the need to ensure that children are enjoying their leisure time and pursuing activities that will nurture their talents during their summer holidays

Published on 3rd April 2018
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Inspired by Anna Hazare, this 24-year-old is changing the 'dirty' game of politics. Here's how

Vijayawada's Naga Sravan Kilaru drives home the point that even the power of a singular voice can overpower tyranny. To prove this, he started an organisation called Vijayawada Needs U

Published on 31st March 2018
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After UN drops event on Ambedkar's b'day at Indian Govt's behest, Dalit groups turn to US, Canada for support 

Deelip Mhaske was set to organise a conference on how AI could reduce the impact of caste discrimination at the UN's General Assembly, until they pulled the plug. Now what will happen?

Published on 26th March 2018
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From apps to pads, these Bengaluru schoolkids will show their projects off at the UN. Here's why

These ten school students from Bengaluru will present their social innovation projects at the United Nations Headquarters in New York

Published on 7th March 2018
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Five lessons Padman teaches you, from breaking taboo to dreaming big, fearlessly

Padman isn't just another movie, it teaches you lessons to take back with you after the film and leaves you asking more questions about the social taboo around menstruation

Published on 11th February 2018
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Get on the rapid evolutionary curve  of the digital media juggernaut

Digital Media or Marketing experts should also have an understanding of consumer habits and should be able to communicate effectively with the clients

Published on 7th February 2018
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Navigating the career paths of Indias high-flying millennial masses

Career counselling is poised to be one of the futuristic career choices, providing an opportunity to initiate entrepreneurial ventures, and join leading consulting firms to shape careers

Published on 7th February 2018
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Young girls in Bihar are using this app to fight child marriage and dowry abuse

Bandhan Tod is India's first ever app to successfully prevent child marriage. This UN-backed mobile-app has rescued many young girls minutes before they are married off at an early age

Published on 24th January 2018
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Scientist Gokul Swaminathan shows how service and science can go hand in hand

After Gokul Swaminathan became a scientist, he decided that he wanted to give back to society and help them achieve their dreams too

Published on 23rd January 2018
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Loved the FIFA wall at the Kochi football stadium? Meet the gang behind it — the Eunoians

FIFA, WWF and UNDP, to name a few, are some of their clients. This creative studio from Kochi has a different story to tell about their luck. Akshaya Asokan finds out more

Published on 7th December 2017
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We're a family tissued together by words: What Kanishk Tharoor says about the Tharoors

He's not quite in the 'farrago' league, but Kanishk Tharoor also has a way with words. The writer speaks about his love for history, working on a new novel and his plans for the future

Published on 27th November 2017
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Madras University to begin short courses including papers on child development psychology designed to sensitise cops, judiciary

The courses, done along with UNICEF, include papers on child development, juvenile justice and dealing with children in conflict with the law, among others

Published on 8th October 2017

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