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IIT-B students go on indefinite hunger strike against fee hike

Over 150 students join the strike as the latest fee hike comes a year after undergraduate tuition fees more than doubled across the IITs

Published on 4th July 2017
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Shoolini University, Himachal Pradesh offers yoga as VC feels everybody needs a yoga teacher

Shoolini University in Himachal Pradesh has decided to launch a job-oriented course in yoga as the Vice Chancellor P K Khosla sees a flourishing market for yoga

Published on 4th July 2017
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The silver streak: Chennai's MOP Vaishnav College turned 25 and the celebrations left us feeling nostalgic!  

Teachers and Students of MOP Vaishnav College came together to celebrate the Valedictory of their Silver Jubilee celebrations

Published on 13th July 2017
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Inscribing letters of passion: Thoufeek Zakariya's journey into the world of history and scriptures

Having learned over 7 ancient languages without any professional training, Thoufeek Zakariya has become a recognised figure in the field of calligraphy and history

Published on 14th July 2017
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Madras High Court directs UGC to constitute fee fixation committee in 2 weeks

The Madras High Court directed the University Grants Commission to constitute a fee fixation committee within two weeks

Published on 1st August 2017
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How does it feel to hug a stranger? This DU student's 'hug workshop' is the best place to figure that one out

Remember 'Jadu ki jhappi' from Munna Bhai? 20-year-old Aashima Taneja takes it to a new level as she conducts a ‘hugs’ workshops and sees what a good hug can do to people

Published on 9th August 2017
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How does it feel to be on Sarahah? This first person account is a testimony you must read  

From waiting for the first anonymous message to pop up to wondering who could be the sender, Sarahah seems to be just the app Millennials were looking forward to   

Published on 11th August 2017
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These 'Robinhoods' from across the globe are breaking barriers to feed the hungry. Here's how

Quite like the celebrated hero, The Robin hood Army takes from the rich for the poor — but unlike the legendary outlaw, they are not after money, and it's all above board

Published on 18th September 2017
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The times they are a changing, says reputed artist Jatin Das who feels art has now become a business

The Padma Bhushan awardee expresses sadness at art's sudden transition from creative expression to one that craves lights, camera and money

Published on 3rd October 2017
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Feeling blue and suicidal? This Karnataka online counselling platform can be YourDost

A Bengaluru startup is working its way towards eliminating student suicides one youngster at a time. This online counselling platform is virtually saving lives 

Published on 14th September 2017
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Wake up-drink coffee-write: This British-Indian author has the perfect recipe to emerge as one of the best authors in the country

Anjali Joseph from Mumbai opens up about her career transition from a teacher to an award winning writer

Published on 11th September 2017
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After repeated complaints regarding school fee and infrastucture fall on deaf ears, parent association in Hyderabad SINGS FOR THE CM

The song, viewed nearly 500 times within a couple of hours of being posted on YouTube, is an attempt to draw the attention of the chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao, who also 'features' in the video

Published on 30th August 2017
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Is this a private med college or a government one? How non-existent professors and 'private' fee rates pushed medicos at Rajah Muthiah Medical College to protest for 40 days and counting

Students at the Rajah Muthiah Medical College of Annamalai University have been on a protest for 40 days but the government hasn't blinked an eye yet. What will happen to them next?

Published on 6th October 2017
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Flying Solo: Why Masala Coffee is putting Kerala's music scene on the global map

After doing the soundtrack for Dulquer Salman-starrer Solo, Masala Coffee is looking at breaking new ground and looks back on their musical roots in Kerala

Published on 7th October 2017
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Eve-teasing a commonality in BHU say international students, feel being a woman in Indian society is difficult

While international girl students are subjected to misbehaviour by some inappropriate elements on campus, they also claim to be held in the highest esteem by fellow students

Published on 9th October 2017

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