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An 11-year-old boy pedals tricycle cart for 600 km to transport his parents from Varanasi to Araria

As a symbolic gesture and after identifying with the sufferings of migrant workers, All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) has announced an immediate financial help of Rs 1,10,000

Published on 4th June 2020
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This Bengaluru NGO has started a relief fund to help weavers, artisans get funds to tide over the loss of biz during lockdown

The Shreni Relief Fund, started by Shreni Community Trust, a non profit in Bengaluru, aims to provide direct monetary support to weavers and artisans amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 8th April 2020
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Rs 1000 for 1000 families: How Mitti Ke Rang is helping daily wagers, labourers and maids through the lockdown

Six days into the crowdfunding mission, Mitti Ke Rang has raised around Rs 3.86 lakh and distributed funds to over 200 families

Published on 4th April 2020
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India's young techies begin Corona Hackathon to find immediate app solutions to battle COVID-19

Teams were formed online and the hackathon will happen virtually. Chat platform Slack is being used for people to discuss projects and form teams

Published on 25th March 2020
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Broke and drained, IIT Guwahati whistleblower prof posts public appeal for help to pay legal fees

They have inflicted huge personal, financial and professional damages on me by conspiring against me, Brijesh says

 

Published on 17th February 2020
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UoH students enraged as admin asks Student Assistance' funds to be reimbursed if they secure other scholarships

The ASA pointed out that when the sources and intentions of these scholarships are distinct from that of the UoHSA, it is unreasonable to impose these conditions

 

Published on 3rd December 2019
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Taking after IIT-M, Anna University to now get its own Research Park

According to varsity officials, Anna University has given a detailed proposal to the State government, seeking its support and financial help to make its incubation cell bigger and better

Published on 14th May 2019
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Meet Dhanusha, an auto driver's daughter who will represent India at a heptathlon meet in Italy 

Hailing from Mysore, the daughter of Manju, an auto driver and MB Rukmini, a homemaker, Dhanusha started practicing when she was just 14

Published on 19th April 2019
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Villagers in Tiruchy resort to crowdsourcing for keeping government schools, Anganwadis alive

The village has about 220 children, where around 120 go to the government school and nearly 54 children go to the Anganwadi

Published on 18th June 2018
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Afghan woman who held her baby while writing University exam gets $14k on crowdfunding platform for fees

Ahmadi passed the exam after undertaking an arduous journey to reach the provincial capital Nili, two hours on foot through mountains and nine hours in public transport on a bumpy road

Published on 26th March 2018
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Delhi HC tells Adhyatmik Vishwavidyalaya 'you are not a university'. Four reasons why UGC would agree

Remember Adhyatmik Vishwavidyalaya that was raided by Delhi Commission for Women in December? Well, it is found that it does not even abide by the UGC guidelines to exist as a university

Published on 5th February 2018
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MCC students who developed social networking site for college can't keep it running because they can't pay for server space. Will someone help?

It may not be great, but WayDesk, a social networking site for MCCians to check exam schedules, day orders and connect with seniors could soon be lost cause without urgent financial help

Published on 30th August 2017
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Gurgaon School Murder: Don't mind involving CBI if parents want it that way: Haryana Education Minister

The Haryana government had earlier arrested the accused in the 7-year-old boy's murder case, but now the educational minister says that the government is not against ordering CBI probe 

Published on 10th September 2017
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A daily wager's daughter from Tuticorin who lost her mother at seven just scored 1173 in her boards, but she may not be going to college: This is why 

Her mother died when she was 7. Her dad is a mason who raises three daughters on a meagre wage. And yet, Anandha Jothi managed to get 1173 in her board exams

Published on 12th May 2017

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