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Govt school kids in Telangana are learning about the Constitution, courtesy Symbiosis Law students

They have also conducted a legal awareness camp and survey in Modallaguda and Appareddyguda villages to identify their problems and offer solutions along with legal assistance

Published on 5th February 2020
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Hindi, French courses at International Institute of Tamil Studies optional, says K Pandiarajan

The statement was made in response to DMK's criticism about the launch of Hindi training classes at the institute

Published on 5th December 2019
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India needs trained cyber security professions: Harikrishnan Nair, Co-founder, Great Learning

Great Learning is offering a cybersecurity course in coordination with Stanford University. We find out about the six-month online course especially for working professionals to enhance their skills

Published on 4th December 2019
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Maharashtra, Telangana and MP have 1 in 2 stalking cases in India, reveals NRCB data

In the category of publishing sexually explicit content and obscene material, UP tops the list in the recently released NCRB data. But is this the whole extent of the cases of stalking in the country?

Published on 22nd October 2019
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With increased mobile penetration, cyber crime in India increases by 88% since 2015

Cyber crime has steadily been on the rise ever since mobile banking and internet services have been adopted with such elan across the country — leading to a spurt in OTP frauds, phishing and more

Published on 22nd October 2019
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TN college students become cyber warriors to help police handle data theft, stalking

Students who are technically capable and active on social media will be selected for the project, said a police official

Published on 8th July 2019
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One person's win is not enough: Loyola college's Naleena Prasheetha, India's first transgender unionist

Naleena, who joined the college in 2015 is the first transgender student to pursue both undergraduate and postgraduate courses from the college

Published on 22nd June 2019
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IIT Indore researcher who accused guide of harassment has stipend withheld since January

Shyam Singh is a PhD researcher in IIT Indore's  Discipline of Biosciences and Biomedical Engineering and his claims are scary if nothing else

Published on 24th June 2019
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Meghalaya School Education Board to declare the SSLC and HSSLC result on May 27  

The result released by a website on Tuesday claiming to be this year's SSLC result was fake

Published on 21st May 2019
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Why everyone should check out The Pridebook, a social networking site built for the LGBTQIA+ community

The Pridebook is a comprehensive networking platform for the LGBTQ community. This platform provides a medium wherein the community can connect, interact, seek counsel and explore job opportunities

Published on 13th April 2019
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From eve-teasing to cyberbullying, how Vijayawada's Vasavya Mahila Mandali can help

Vasavya Mahila Mandali has been working with and for women for 50 years now and continues to do so to build a more equal society

Published on 6th March 2019
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Men think women bosses don’t have practical knowledge, says IGP Roopa

Roopa said her immediate officers showed resistance while taking orders from her because she is a woman.

Published on 28th January 2019
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Not enough people understand cyberspace: UNSW's cyber expert Richard Buckland

Smart, knowledgeable and witty, UNSW's Richard Buckland tells us how cyberwar, called the fifth domain of war could be looming on us and why who we are on social media could shape the world

Published on 1st December 2018
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Kottayam cops tell parents to stop girls from taking selfies with boys, stalk them on social media

There are a total of 16 instructions that direct parents about what should be done. It states that children should not be given mobile phones

Published on 10th December 2018
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Indian Law won't cover you being photographed secretly but there is still some hope

Privacy was recently declared as a fundamental right but the invasion that occurs on a daily basis in our country has no definite law to protect it. However, sub-laws can greatly help in such cases 

Published on 8th January 2018

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