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#WhatTheFAQ: Eviction of Padma awardees without notices? What's the state of eminent recipients?

Daughter of Padma awardee Mayadhar Raut questioned why notices were not given regarding the proceedings. Let's decode what's happening 

Published on 28th April 2022
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This Nepali guide climbed Everest twice in one season and that's a world record

Sherpa first reached the top of the mountain in the evening of May 7 as a member of a rope-fixing team, and then performed the feat again on the morning of May 11

Published on 13th May 2021
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Modern human brain originated 1.7 million years ago in Africa, find University of Zurich researchers

The team used computed tomography to examine the skulls of Homo fossils that lived in Africa, Georgia and the Java in Indonesia 1 to 2 million years ago

Published on 9th April 2021
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I went to a convocation in person after a year and a pandemic. This is what I realised 

While the world is getting back to the old normal, events are slowly getting back on their feet. We attended an in-person convocation to find out how things have changed or not

Published on 26th January 2021
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The future of cultural spaces: How will events and performances look like in 2021? 

The lockdown completely stopped professional engagements for the artists. Their slim earnings came to a full halt. This has lessons for many. The founder of Hyderabad's Lamakaan highlights them 

Published on 2nd January 2021
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Bengaluru's JNCASR study included as the only non-western entry in a book on evolution

The book is titled 'Conceptual Breakthroughs in Evolutionary Ecology', and has been compiled by Laurence Mueller. It was recently published by Elsevier

Published on 25th September 2020
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COVID is only a temporary blip in the event biz: Why Wizcraft believes their new course will work better post-lockdown

Wizcraft MIME recently joined hands with Jain University to create industry-oriented courses in event management. But will it be relevant in a post-COVID world?

Published on 20th May 2020
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This man from Uttarakhand has covered 6,500 km and is walking further to seek ban on EVMs

Onkar Singh Dhillon is fighting against using EVMs during elections and promotes using ballot paper instead

Published on 30th November 2019
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The new app on the block: Voot Kids that combines fun and learning, masti and acchai, launched in Mumbai

The app is unique because it enables parents to monitor the kind of content and the screen time that they expose their children to. It has also been certified by the ECE (Early Childhood Association)

Published on 13th November 2019
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15-year-old girl knocks on Rajasthan CM Gehlot's door to get protection from child-marriage

The girl hailing from state's Tonk district, reached out to him at Gehlot's Jan Sunwai (Public grievance hearing meeting) on Monday to narrate her ordeal

Published on 22nd October 2019
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Walk for Freedom: Why thousands of students, citizens are walking the talk on human trafficking

In the lead up to the Walk, The Movement India has conducted over 40 awareness workshops about human trafficking reaching over 4000 participants across India in just 45 days

Published on 18th October 2019
Maker Fest Odisha

What's happening at Maker Fest Odisha this year? Check out all the details here

To be conducted from February 15 to 17, this three-day fest promises to be a fun affair which will both excite and engage you

Published on 30th January 2019
In Defense of Reason

Their raison d’être: In Defense of Reason is a forum in Hyderabad which organises talks on contemporary topics

In Defense of Reason has around nine core members and together they organise various activities. There are discussion forums, where people get together to discuss various topics

Published on 4th December 2018
Infosys Prize laureates

Six researchers awarded USD 100,000 as the Infosys Science Foundation announced winners of the 10th Infosys prize

Infosys Prize laureates have achieved prestigious milestones in their domains, and the ISF believes that this year’s winners will continue to raise the bar for science and research

Published on 13th November 2018
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Why heading to TERI's Climate Jamboree could make the world greener 

Over 10k students from across India can contribute towards climatic change and sustainable development when they head to TERI's Climate Jamboree

Published on 25th October 2018

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