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Everything you need to know about Bhubaneswar Art Trail and the artists who're taking Odisha on a nostalgia trip
Follow artists as they trace a 1.3 km long trail through Old Town in Bhubaneswar and in doing so, open up the community to art, like you have never seen before
Keeping everyone's tummy happy through Happy Fridges, this Delhi NGO is fighting food wastage in India
This NGO has been installing fridges in public places and gated communities to feed the homeless and the hungry, and also stop food wastage. They hope to set up more fridges across India.
Niriksha has been helping underprivileged young girls get the psychological and counselling support that they currently lack — and they operate in Bengaluru and Hyderabad
Several students from India too opt for Estonia when it comes to higher education
The study was conducted by Vadodara-based NGO 'SAHAJ' in collaboration with 'Equal Measures 2030'
In over 11 straight days of intense rainfall, nearly 25 trillion litres of water fell on Kerala---a state with one of the highest density of population, 44 rivers and 61 dams.
T-Hub, India's largest business incubator located in Hyderabad, just clocked three years of awesomeness
the AICTE had listed out best practices followed in 30 technical education institutions across the country, four of which are from Tamil Nadu
From spoken English classes to an English learning app, Bengaluru-based Enguru is making a difference
Enguru has been training millions of users in English to get good jobs. We talk to its founder to find out what it took to get millions of users to use their app
A survey conducted by Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan indicated that over 2,500 migrant children had been enrolled in the schools
'Gyantantra’ means knowledge machine in Sanskrit. ‘Digital Dost’, is a personalised, self-paced and adaptive digital friend who handholds the child throughout their learning
While their offline channel of distribution wherein NGOs come over to The Book House to collect books is functioning well, they have recently launched an online channel
Meet Daddy Joe, the Vijay fan who rode a 'Sarkar' cycle from Chennai to Kanyakumari to get people to vote
This 32-year-old just rode around Tamil Nadu to talk about what his Thalapathy is talking about in the film Sarkar - clean elections and politics
Jemma Jose' 100-day Instagram project is a unique series of pictures that includes a cute and chubby gorilla popping in and out of various places across the city
Want to study public policy? Indian School of Public Policy's dedicated one-year course should work for you
The one-year programme will be a blended design of theory, perspectives and best-practices of public policy from around the world and is open to anyone with a bachelor's degree
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