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Houston University receives $2 million commitment to support Tamil language and culture

Funds will support research programme costs, equipment and seminars with invited scholars who are experts on Tamil societies and the Tamil diaspora in the US

Published on 4th October 2019
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Why you need to read Webchutney's Sidharth Rao's book on how to start-up!

Sidharth Rao, an author and entrepreneur, talks about his book and how start-ups struggle as everything is not a bed of roses for them

Published on 2nd October 2019
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‘He is the most revered in Parliament Square’: Sculptor behind Gandhi’s statue at the iconic location

The award-winning Scottish artist behind the iconic sculpture of Mahatma Gandhi at Parliament Square in London believes that the Father of the Indian Nation is the most revered of world leaders

Published on 29th September 2019
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IIT Delhi crowdsources money to establish Chair in the name of faculty member

Prof Kumar, who retired on July 31, 2018 after serving the Institute for 44+ years, joined IIT Delhi as an undergraduate in 1969

Published on 26th September 2019
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Central Civil Services Rules Explained: All you need to know about the conduct guidelines and why the JNU profs hate it

A total of 48 teachers were charged for a protest they had organised last year under Rule 14 of the CCS rulebook 

Published on 29th July 2019
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Union Budget 2019: Soon, Social Stock Exchange social enterprises and NGOs to reach investors

We propose to set up a social stock exchange for social entities under SEBI regulations," Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman  said during her budget speech

Published on 5th July 2019
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Volunteering group chips in to re-construct school in Nagai dist damaged by the Gaja cyclone

Selvam Government Aided Primary School in Thalaignayiru has got a new building inaugurated after its old building was damaged by Gaja cyclone

Published on 6th June 2019
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Why you'll never feel bad about donating money to the One Rupee Foundation. Ever

The One Rupee Foundation was started by a group of friends who came together and began crowdfunding for various causes where the donation required from any one person is only one rupee.

Published on 6th June 2019
Himanshu's college fee.

This 17-year-old from a village near Bhopal cleared the NIFT entrance, but he needs funding. Here's how you can help

Helped by Aham Bhumika, an NGO that teaches rural women and children various kinds of crafts, this student is looking for help to study the course of his dreams at NIFT

Published on 28th May 2019
Boys of RPMV shelter

Founder of shelter raises funds to renovate the building that houses its boys 

135 boys now live in an outdated building after UP govt asks shelter to separate boys and girls 

Published on 26th April 2019
Apni Roti

Check out the Apni Roti van, which provides 4k fresh rotis to the poor every single day — on wheels

Installed inside the mobile van is an automated roti-making machine that has the capacity of producing close to 1,000 rotis in just an hour

Published on 11th March 2019
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Why Anil Srinivasan wants you to listen to music when you study. Really

Chennai-based pianist Anil Srinivasan is one of those rare musicians who believes that his art can go above and beyond being a profession and can help educate millions

Published on 22nd February 2019
Anthill Creations

Simran Varma and Krithika Ganesan are on a mission to build playgrounds with recycled tyres for Mumbai kids

To help Simran make this dream a reality, Anthill Creations, a company started by five architecture graduates from IIT Kharagpur, was asked for help

Published on 15th October 2018
Simply farm - Agriculture Startup

Bengaluru-based Simply Farm is making it possible for people in metro cities to grow useful plants indoor

Nithin Pillappa and Sunil Kumar Pissaye came together from different professions to start Simply Farm, a start-up that encourages urban gardening and also helps people become farmers in their homes

Published on 21st September 2018
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Karnataka's Govt School teachers are paying to paint their walls like trains. And it is AWESOME!

You've seen those viral pictures of government schools painted like trains. Did you know that teachers across Karnataka have been fundraising and paying from their pockets to get more kids to school 

Published on 8th September 2018

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