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#DaughtersofWar: 'People say it is a soldier's job to die, but there are many who wouldn't take their job even if they were offered a million dollars"
The Dwivedi sisters discuss what it was like to lose their father to the Kargil War as children and how their lives have changed ever since
Major Padmapani Acharya died in the Kargil War, three months before his daughter was born, but his family has kept his memory alive and today, Aparajita Acharya is a proud daughter.
The corpse of Madhu, an engineering student from Raichur was found hanging from a tree on April 16, days after her disappearance
The last time the institution delayed a prize announcement was in 1949. —William Faulkner received the prize a year later, the same year Bertrand Russell was honoured
We catch up with Anas Saleem from Pakistan and Shreya M from India, who tell us how their social media handles are campaigning for peace
On Twitter and Facebook, the hashtag #SayNoToWar is trending, let's hope those holding the trigger are listening
Started in 2015 by a couple of tech enthusiast, GenRobotics has unveiled Bandicoot — a semi-automatic robot that is all set to prevent deaths in deep manholes
Renuka Pawar attended her Class XII economics examination while her future husband waited patiently outside
Gomathi had won gold in the 800 metres event at the Asian Athletic Championship at Doha. She works as a tax assistant at the Income Tax department in Bengaluru
'Send me The Bible, take me back home': Chilling cry for help from UoH student before leaping from hostel balcony spur bandmates from Tripura to raise funds for treatment
'I feel like my life ain't mine. Who can relate?' read his Facebook post. He was so depressed he wanted his mother to send him The Bible and come and take him home, in a hurry
2018 was the year of solid dissent as far as colleges were concerned. We've listed the protests, the people, the campus politics and all the things that rocked our colleges
The titles mainly comprise unpublished essays and illustrations, a senior official of a publishing house said.
9 in 10 Chennai principals feel their high school boys have no clue about gender sensitisation: Study
The study titled, 'Gender Sensitisation of Adolescent boys and its linkage to the creation of positive male role models', involved principals from 20 prominent schools in Chennai as respondents
A #TouchOfCare can transform lives: Nisha Lobo's story sheds light on the stigma around adopting specially-abled children
Nisha Lobo lives every day of her life proving that what you look like on the outside doesn't matter, it is who you are on the inside that does
The teacher says he was issued a termination order without a notice period which has left him without any other sort of back up
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