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B Tech students invent low-cost tech innovations for visually-impaired and elderly

The two main innovations were entries for a competition organised by IIT Delhi titled Social Innovation Challenge for the Elderly, from which they then got selected

Published on 10th September 2020
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Everyday Sheroes: Meet Tabassum Banu, a single mother and a proficient tailor from Bengaluru

In our run-up to Int'l Women's Day 2020, we have curated this series of stories of women who aren't extraordinary — but our world may just stop going around smoothly if they decided to call it a day

Published on 7th March 2020
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Suffering from back pain? Blame it on your ancestors

The study, published in Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health, examined why some people are more susceptible to a particular stress fracture known as spondylolysis

Published on 6th March 2020
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Attention sports enthusiasts, check whether your body is made for your game

Dr Ajeet Jaiswal compares anthropology and sports in his recent book and suggests ways to put your body to its fullest use in order to excel in sports

Published on 29th July 2019
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I'm from the land of Periyar, will not stop hunger strike: TISS-Hyd student's moving Facebook post

Prabakaran AK, from the School of Public Policy and Governance, is one of the students on a hunger strike. Many students are continuing their strike even outside campus

 

Published on 16th July 2019
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Mahendra Kumar's yogic journey from pain relief to spiritual awakening

Even though Mahendra belongs to a Jain family who had come to the city from Rajasthan 60 years ago, he is the quintessential Chennaiite. A businessman by profession, he is as fit as a fiddle

Published on 20th June 2019
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How Rekha Karthikeyan, the first licensed fisherwoman in the country traverses the roughest oceans and circumstances

Rekha Karthikeyan opens up about fighting for acceptance and survival even after the widespread recognition that she received

Published on 6th February 2019
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On the road with Deepa Radhakrishnan, the expert biker who is exploring the world of art

Deepa Radhakrishnan speaks about spreading love for the road and the magic of art

Published on 26th October 2018
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Hear, Hear Ladies! Here's an affordable 'pee' device for you to safely relieve yourselves at public toilets

Sanfe is made out of biodegradable cardboard and is minimally priced at Rs 10. It is available on the leading e-commerce stores like Amazon and Flipkart 

Published on 3rd October 2018
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This Catholic nun from Kerala feels 'Yoga is secular' and has held classes for the past 30 years

As the country celebrates yet another International Yoga Day today, the nun says her strong faith in Yoga came from her own personal experience

Published on 21st June 2018
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From MCC to Koodankulam, Sophia Edward has broken a lot of ground. Now, she's fighting for her life and needs a liver transplant to live. Can you help?

Researcher and teacher Sophia Edward needs a liver transplant in a hurry. Mounting medical bills and scarcity of donors is making fighting for life an everyday battle
 

Published on 4th October 2017

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