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Do dating apps work in India?

Both our society and online dating haven’t quite matured to the required level to function effectively and definitely needs time.

Published on 28th February 2017
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Thirsty? Try some instant coconut water with NaturUp

NaturUp is melding nature and technology to create new-age natural products

Published on 7th March 2017
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Here's an app that helps you report traffic violations anonymously

Students from BITS Pilani have developed an app that lets you report traffic violations

Published on 18th March 2017
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From SafeLive apps to 83 full-time police officers, here's why Arizona State University is one of the safest places for you to study

Dr Tirupalavanam Ganesh and his colleagues at Arizona State University were recently in India to prep up admitted students about what they could look forward to at the University

Published on 7th April 2017
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Why Milan Siraj's short film Kambam, which is setting the college festival circuit alight, will make you never book a seedy room for a romantic getaway

Milan Siraj talks about his debut short film Kambam, which discusses rape, sex tapes and the power of extortion in a modern Indian setting riddled with age-old societal constructs

Published on 17th April 2017
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This 18-year-old has developed two apps already. What's your excuse? 

Swaraj Phadtare a student from VIT tells us about his app and how it could potentially solve the brewing language problem in the Parliament and elsewhere

Published on 15th May 2017
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Move over Facebook, Hello Kashbook: Kashmir's 16-year-old Zuckerberg not allowed to use phone in dorm but still runs the Valley's only social network

Not all the kids in Kashmiri schools are pelting stones. Really. Zeyan Shafiq is fighting the system in a whole other way - by running a social networking site called Kashbook, from his dorm at school

Published on 17th May 2017
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Setting up smart classes in Government Schools? Well, that's exactly what S Dhilip did

S Dhilip talks about how he has been systematically taking technology to government school students and how he is training teachers to help students better

Published on 29th May 2017
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Bye bye home, they got some work abroad: Here's how international internships turned out to be for four Indian students

 Four student interns talks about  how their international internships have impacted their lives

Published on 31st May 2017
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Jason Bakthakumar's wonder app takes productivity to the next level

The Unite – Note Messenger is a wonderful platform where the user can create notes, to-do lists, reminders and even transcribe audio recordings

Published on 9th July 2017
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Spreading a million smiles: This initiative unites NGOs to educate children through other children

The 300 Million Challenge, started by an alliance of NGOs and corporate houses, aims at helping children read and write with the help of other children from 17 states

Published on 28th July 2017
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The Ashwin Sanghi Interview: 'I'm a huge fan of the works of both Amish and Devdutt'

You know Ashwin Sanghi as the author of a few mythology-based, fiction-thrillers. Now, you’ll also know him as the author of a series of self-help books

Published on 6th August 2017
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How does it feel to be on Sarahah? This first person account is a testimony you must read  

From waiting for the first anonymous message to pop up to wondering who could be the sender, Sarahah seems to be just the app Millennials were looking forward to   

Published on 11th August 2017
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It’s screen time versus the classroom for new age English language learners

Cambridge Assessment English is making landmark change in how technology is being used to impart English language education

Published on 25th September 2017
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From Nowhere to Softwares: Gen Y today survives on Apps and this man tests them for you

Avinash Tiwari holds the largest mobile testing cloud organisations in Asia — pCloudy, that works on different levels of testing from manual to automated ones

Published on 20th September 2017

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