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India's own Hoodie-baba: How Varun Agarwal became a millionaire at 25

He's supremely laidback but he takes his business just as seriously as any corporate sort with a stiff collar. Bengaluru boy Varun Agarwal tells us all about Alma Mater and his new book

Published on 23rd February 2017
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Age no 'bar' for Mumbai orphan's legal dreams: Meet Michael Sam, the youth who may have helped remove the age cap to study law in India

With the Supreme Court asking the Bar Council of India to relook at why they need an age cap for their BLL courses, we speak to Mumbai orphan Michael Sam, whose legal dreams have risen from the ashes

Published on 26th March 2017
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Don't like our food? We'll tell your parents you're on drugs: Did Mavelikkara Engineering College's power play result in student's suicide attempt?

A suicide attempt is bad news; especially if it's because the Prinicipal ticked him off. But if what unionists are alleging is true it could be because of a whole other level of intimidation

Published on 12th April 2017
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Meet the tech-savvy Professor who developed courses for Chemical Engineering using Computer Technology

PR Naren, a senior assistant professor at SASTRA University talks about Computer Applications in Chemical Engineering and about his views as a professor 

Published on 25th May 2017
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Born and brought up in a slum in Chennai, this MCC lecturer now works for the upliftment of slum dwellers

Joshua Jayaseelan, a professor who continues to work in the slum he grew up in wants to make it an example for other slums to follow.

Published on 1st June 2017
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Meet Ankit Kawatra, the 25-year-old who just received an award from the Queen of England herself

Ankit was awarded the Queen’s Young Leaders Award in the UK for his exceptional contribution to solving India's hunger crisis

Published on 8th July 2017
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These 20-year-olds from Jindal University are telling school children about something we've 'protected them from' for decades: Sexual Harassment 

From being pinched on buses to being stared at — these two girls are going to schools across India, using their own cash and bootstrapping it as they go along — to talk about how it's all harassment 

Published on 22nd August 2017
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After researching Resistance Art, Jamia Millia student Dhrupadi Ghosh is now having to fight her own resistance battle

Dhrupadi Ghosh has been a PhD student at Jamia Millia University for two years, but out of the blue she received a notification about her termination from the University- with no stated reason

Published on 25th September 2017
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Opinion: Why I love Khichdi but hate the idea of India having a national dish 

Blame it on social media if you will, but why are we arguing about whether khichdi ought to be our national dish when farmers are closer to suicide than their failed fields and empathy is but limited

Published on 5th November 2017
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No Swiggy, No FoodPanda -  UoH students banned from ordering food online for "security" reasons

Students at University of Hyderabad talk about why it's frustrating that they are denied such a basic right and they will be discussing it in their GB meeting on Friday

Published on 7th February 2018
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If you're in Bhubaneshwar, then you have a date with the movies this Valentine's Day

The ninth Indian Film Festival of Bhubaneswar will begin on February 14 and checks all the boxes of an ideal film festival — diverse, definitive and desi

Published on 13th February 2018
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From Auroville to Amma Canteens, how Chandana Rao travelled across TN with just 2k rupees

Want some travel inspiration? Meet this 26-year-old Bengalurean who nails budget travelling like no one else. Here are a few tricks that even you can learn

Published on 19th March 2018
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Deer population is dwindling on Madras Christian College campus. No, it's not because of poaching

In the last decade, they are meeting painful deaths at the hands of a new animal climbing to the top of the food chain. Packs of stray dogs have slowly managed to eat into the deer population

Published on 10th April 2018
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This Kanyakumari medical college fines their interns for wearing stethoscopes!

The 73 students who have been protesting are now unable to punch in their attendance because the administration has disabled their accounts

Published on 13th August 2018
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Meet Preethi Ramadoss, the PhD scholar who ensures Anna University's stray dogs are fed and happy

The PhD student said she would repeatedly get yelled and scolded at by University authorities because she would feed all the dogs on campus with leftovers from the canteen, until she wrote to Minister

Published on 17th August 2018

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