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How these JNU researchers' training module for teachers addresses caste as a form of sexual violence

Through her module, Shweta, the founder, wants to give the children a language through which they can speak up about their abuse

 

Published on 5th April 2020
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New US-based study reveals most people consider becoming vegetarian for their health

The results showed that the main motivation for nonvegetarians to consider being vegetarian is their health, with environmental and animal rights motives being less common

Published on 3rd April 2020
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How Ms Alwar's illustrations on Instagram can help you  handle your mental health during the COVID-19 lockdown

Sangeetha Alwar believes that people should be allowed to cope with the outbreak and its after-effects in their own way without being pressurised to do too much

Published on 2nd April 2020
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This community radio station in Kolkata is spreading awareness about COVID-19. here's why it's so popular

Discussions on contemporary issues, including coronavirus outbreak, story-reading sessions and experience of ordinary citizens on social isolation are being presented to the listeners.

Published on 30th March 2020
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This Bengalurean can teach you some Kannada slang that are witty and can be part of your lingo

Have you heard of Slangaluru? It's a page on social media started by Ikyatha Yerasala that's teaching non-Bengalureans witty slang and it's got Rashmi Patil's interest piqued

Published on 28th March 2020
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How Bengaluru-based Beforest can help you to live a life close to Mother Nature, in your city 

Lead an agreeable and sustainable life in a community of like-minded people by opting for the ways of Beforest, a Bengaluru-based start-up that seems to have found the right way to live the good life

Published on 28th March 2020
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NIT Warangal's Innovation Garage is open 24x7 to let your imagination run wild

As many as 70 prototypes that have come out of Innovation Garage. They have conducted six workshops for over 620 students. And have though 60 kids under the Summer Programme for underprivileged kids

Published on 28th March 2020
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There might be a food riot soon: Why these JNU profs have started a petition to help unorganised labourers during lockdown

Are the provisions announced enough for the labourers, rickshaw pullers, washermen and people who make the biggest service sector of the country? ask the professors and suggest ways to deal with it

Published on 28th March 2020
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Language, Cultural Centres in WB shift events, classes to digital platform due to COVID-19 outbreak

Shifting to the digital mode in the present situation, Alliance Franaise du Bengale, a cultural centre and a French language training institute, will organise two online demo classes of French languag

Published on 27th March 2020
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Meet the team of IIT Guwahati students, researchers who are developing a COVID-19 vaccine

The lab at IIT Guwahati is exploring the possibilities round cloning the immunogenic proteins of SARS-CoV-2 to be used in diagnostics and possible vaccine candidates, the institute said

Published on 26th March 2020
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Meet the start-up, students who will spray disenfectant from 300 drones across TN to combat COVID-19

The Garuda Aerospace and student engineers from Agni College of Technology have come with an innovative strategy to utilise the drone technology to combat the spread of COVID-19

Published on 26th March 2020
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Sanofar Moosa's sketches are selling like hotcakes on Insta. Here's how the 22-year-old from Kovai made it big

Sanofar Moosa started working on her college record work diligently. The intricate drawings helped her master pencil sketching and now she has drawn and sold over 100 portraits

Published on 24th March 2020
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What did we achieve? Here's why Dr S Janakarajan is tired of inaction after decades of climate campaign

Prof Janakarajan did his Post-Doctoral work at the Cornell University and has been a visiting professor at the Oxford University. He is a dedicated climate warrior who continues to bat for the cause 

Published on 23rd March 2020
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There are no bad students, only bad teachers: Why UPES VC Sunil Rai thinks India needs to educate its educators

The NEP is now thinking of how to enhance the education delivery system rather than create technicians and engineers, says UPES Vice-Chancellor Dr Sunil Rai

Published on 17th March 2020
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Baba Sehgal teaches ways to battle coronavirus in new song 'Namaste'

The lyrics of the song are based on different ways to deal with COVID-19 and how people around the globe are adopting Indian salutation 'Namaste

Published on 18th March 2020

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