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These students organised a PR campaign to raise awareness about hunger and malnutrition

Strike Hunger was organised by students who conducted food drives and flash mobs to bring attention to a number of social issues like hunger and malnutrition

Published on 16th February 2020
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This hospital in Kerala treats differently-abled children free of charge

NIMS Spectrum offers special needs children under the age of 18 with a range of specialised programmes and therapeutic care

 

Published on 16th February 2020

Railofy offers vacant flight seats for travellers who are stuck on railway waiting lists

Railofy was set up by IIT-B and ISB alumni who wanted to offer commuters guaranteed options when it comes to their travel plans

Published on 16th February 2020
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The Spasht: This band from Chennai is shaking it up with Carnatic Acapella

This five-month-old Carnatic Acapella band talks about how the essence of Carnatic music has been lost and how they're keen on reviving the value attributed to Indian classical music

Published on 1st February 2020
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DU student claims his family was denied hotel room because they're from Kashmir

The student's family had come down to Delhi from Doda for two days. The hotel had told him allegedly that it cannot accept an ID issued in J&K

Published on 15th February 2020
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Understanding singular vs plural: How to use words and phrases 'group', 'number of' and more

Collective nouns such as audience, class, crowd, family, committee, team, panel, and staff can take either singular verbs or plural verbs depending on the context

Published on 15th February 2020
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If your plane flies 2000 feet lower or higher it will help save the climate, says study

The diversion in flight paths caused less than a tenth of a per cent increase in fuel consumption. However, the researchers said the reduced contrail formation more than offset the CO2 released

Published on 14th February 2020
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This Divyang man from Jharkhand chose education to fight all odds. Here's how he is inspiring others

Defeating all odds with his will power, Deepak completed B Tech from National Institute of Technology, Raipur in 2019

Published on 14th February 2020
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As Pondicherry University fee strike intensifies, admin announces convocation  

The students who launched their protests eight days ago have been going steady with their demonstration  

 

Published on 13th February 2020
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Fifty days on, MP Thamizhachi Thangapandian asks Pokhriyal to urge IIT Madras to reopen Krishna Gate

During her visit to the campus, she promised the students that she could submit a petition to MHRD regarding their concerns and fulfilled the promise as well by meeting Pokhriyal on February 10  
 

Published on 13th February 2020
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No entrepreneur will succeed without financial smarts: ACCA's Helen Brand

Helen Brand, Chief Executive, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants speaks about ACCA's programmes for Indian students and how it helps them in becoming efficient accountants

Published on 13th February 2020
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Why Aarti V Raman's latest book — The Worst Daughter Ever — is the chick lit you need

Mumbai-based author Aarti V Raman tells us about her latest book - The Worst Daughter Ever - which is a mix of sugar, spice and everything nice! If you love romantic novels, you should check it out

Published on 13th February 2020
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Meet the Belagavi man whom 55 HIV positive children fondly call 'appa'

Very few people can think about giving back to society and Mahesh Jadhav is one of those people. We chat with him to trace his journey that led him to start an NGO for HIV positive kids

Published on 13th February 2020
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This Bengaluru youngster has over a thousand ink pens — and only writes with them!

Do you fancy yourself some fountain pens? Harsh Makkar sure does. We speak to him about his collection of rare fountain pens and how he puts them to good use every day
 

Published on 13th February 2020
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ACT on this: How internet baron Sunder Raju is planning to re-engineer India's students

Sunder Raju, Chairman of ACT Fibernet speaks about their upcoming Atria University and how it'll be a game-changer for aspiring students and the education sector 

Published on 22nd January 2020

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