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Why Anitha's death should make you hold a candle for Samacheer Kalvi: If it is that bad, how have some of the world's best doctors passed through TN's state syllabus and made it in life? 

If we don't want more Anithas, we must allow states to manage education and encourage quality education that does not make students dependent upon coaching classes

Published on 2nd September 2017
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Medically-mandated Suicide: Dalit girl Anitha who challenged NEET in SC kills herself after failing to get med seat

Anitha, who had fought NEET in the SC, didn't get a medical seat and ended her life - sending shockwaves across the state

Published on 1st September 2017
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Why Anitha was hell-bent on becoming a doctor: Her mother died because they couldn't afford her medical treatment  

A lot of people questioned why Anita hadn't just chosen to study a course, instead of committing suicide. Her class teacher who also taught her Chemistry explains why the dream was so dear to her

Published on 4th September 2017

Had my father been a student today, he would never have become a doctor: Dr S Gurushankar

Dr S Gurushankar, Chairman of Meenakshi mission Hospital and Research centre opens up about the journey of his father and how hard it was for him to become a doctor from a rural background

Published on 4th September 2017
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OPEN LETTER: Here's why Bengaluru's Dr Asha Benakappa credits her success to her favourite teacher

Director of Indira Gandhi Institute for Child Health in Bengaluru opens up about why she thanks her favourite teacher every single day for making her push her limits

Published on 5th September 2017
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Government school teacher in Viluppuram quits job after cops barred her from protesting against NEET outside her school

The teacher and her seven-year-old son sat outside the school she worked in to demand justice for Anitha, arguing that she had put her son there because she believed in Samacheer Kalvi

Published on 7th September 2017
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CMC is NOT protesting against NEET, only the single-window counselling: CMC Director Dr Sunil Chandy

Responding to criticism that they have 'shut' their admission down because they were sour about the NEET judgement, CMC Vellore Director Dr Sunil Chandy clarifies the Institute's stand

Published on 6th September 2017
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Meet Siddhant Nair, the ONLY student who got an MBBS seat at CMC Vellore this year 

Not allowed to carry on admission their way, CMC Vellore has taken the bold and unconventional move of admitting just one student — the son of a martyr based out of Mumbai 

Published on 6th September 2017
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Shakespeare Millennium Club: A Chennai-based club that has been breathing life into the Shakespearean era for the last 15 years 

The Club's first meeting was held on 23 April 2003. Jamuna Kalyani Sridhar, one of the founders, tells how this small meeting turned into a routine that hasn't been broken yet

Published on 11th September 2017
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Post drug-crackdown, Hyderabad teens swarm to de-addiction centres, parents acting as motivators

The intense crackdown that rattled Hyderabad came with a silver lining. Many parents are now eager to identify and send their children to rid them of their addiction to drugs

Published on 14th September 2017
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Lather, rinse, repeat and groom your pet to 'pet-fection' on wheels    

The Allvet Pet Clinic is out with its new mobile pet grooming van

Published on 20th September 2017
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CBI arrests Chairman of private medical college for allegedly bribing members of the MCI 

An Army officer has also been arrested for providing information regarding inspections of the Medical Council of India to the accused Chairman

Published on 20th September 2017
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HC quashes Edwin Joe's appointment as Director of Medical Education, S Revwathy new director

The Court found that Dr S Revwathy was more eligible for the post as she was more senior on the Civil Medical List

Published on 20th September 2017
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Looking to adopt a dog? You can show strays your love by going Indie

People shy away from adopting native dogs, but they are easily trained, hardy and loyal; And they are perfect for apartment living

Published on 18th September 2017
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As the Ministry of Defence mulls over recruiting women for combat roles, these women officers are all for it

The armed forces have always been thought of as a man's job, but with the Indian Army mulling over recruting women in combat roles, senior female officers see a progression towards women empowerment

Published on 19th September 2017

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