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After launching a FinTech start-up when he was 19, this Hyderabadi wants to put man on Mars by 2026

You must have heard of Savart. Hyderabad-based Sankarsh Chanda started the FinTech company when he was just 19. And just four months ago, he incorporated a SpaceTech company, Stardour Aerospace, too

Published on 23rd February 2021
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Seven-year-old Jahan Joby's artwork graces the cover of this year's Kerala's budget speech. Check out his story

Jahan Joby's artwork was chosen to feature on this year's Kerala's budget speech cover. We speak to the 7-year-old artist who dreams up masterpieces and brings them to life in vivid colours

Published on 3rd February 2021
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A year of COVID-19: Is it safe yet to fly during the pandemic? 

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that sitting within 6 feet of others sometimes for hours can still increase your risk of getting infected

Published on 12th November 2020
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Are the NEP’s ‘easy’ exit options in college just an excuse to dress up India's dire dropout rates?

These activists say the exit options for students start from school, at every level by providing an alternative, the NEP is only trying to narrow down options, push out students from the system

Published on 15th August 2020
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Crash site will always haunt me: How SFI student unionist Saneesh saved an air crash victim of Kozhikode air crash

Saneesh is a member of the SFI's student battalion. Along with his brother, he rushed an unnamed man to a nearby hospital, soon after the crash

Published on 8th August 2020
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Mental health matters: Why Young India is depressed and anxious about life in a post-COVID world

While mental health is still stigmatised in a society like ours, it is important that we address the elephant in the room —anxiety, stress, depression, paranoia that has been on a significant rise

Published on 25th June 2020
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This Indian-origin US medical student's site tells stories of frontline workers who are battling COVID every single day

US-based Vibhu Krishna's work really took off on Instagram and has managed to get support from artists, other medicos and people who love reading these stories of pith, struggle and great moments

Published on 24th June 2020
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We are not enemies of the state: Youth leaders condemn arrests of student leaders, denounce false charges

Students from across the country condemned the arrests and false framing of students leaders and accused the police of taking advantage of the lockdown to do so
 

Published on 26th May 2020
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I clapped for myself on Janata Curfew: Why this Glasgow student quarantined herself in a Kolkata flat

Pritha Sen, hailing from Kolkata, currently, a student at the University of Glasgow takes us through her journey from the airports to being self-quarantined at home. She explains why it is important

Published on 26th March 2020
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Delhi HC moved to bring back Indian students from Iran, next hearing on March 11

The plea stated that though the Indian students in Iran have not been affected but there is still a life threat due to spreading of coronavirus and hence, they should return to their home country

Published on 3rd March 2020
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Dream sky-high: 44 Divyang children take maiden flight over Bhubaneshwar, thanks to Odisha government 

tate SSEPD Minister Ashok Panda, Union Civil Aviation Joint Secretary Usha Padhee and Odia film stars Akash Dasnayak and Sabyasachi Mishra were present at the airport to see off the children

Published on 22nd January 2020
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JNU administration made it political: Why Amit Bhaduri tore up his four-decade association with varsity 

In a sharp resignation letter, Bhaduri said that he has had a longstanding association with JNU, beginning in 1973. Now, he says, the administration is throttling the free and vibrant debate of JNU

Published on 16th January 2020
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Why Modiji's guards need to throw away their coats and wear an angvastram

If they wore Indian traditionals they would have more flexibility and would have been prompt to jump in front of him to soften his fall

Published on 19th December 2019
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Why our gods are ambivalent: This Uni of Otago study finds out more about gods and superheroes

A study conducted by Dr Thomas Swan from the University of Otago analyses the psychology of attraction to religious deities and superheroes

Published on 2nd November 2019
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Why this short film will make you feel the pain of India's farmers

Yashowardhan Mishra, Director and Writer of short film Mandi talks about the agrarian crisis and the problems faced by farmers in India

Published on 22nd October 2019

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