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In the good books of Google for her doodle

Nitika Gadura’s doodle made her one of the winners of Google’s Web Rangers competition

Published on 27th February 2017
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Why ragging is still a thing in colleges

Picking through the data to find that despite sterner measures and the unerring eye of social media, ragging is still rampant in UP, MP and West Bengal
 

Published on 27th February 2017
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This 27-year-old Accountant from Chennai is connecting underprivileged kids with college students to get mentorship

Sathya Kumar, a chartered accountant talks about his campaign Educate the Heart that focusses on getting college students to help underprivileged kids by being their mentors

Published on 24th February 2017
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This page on FB is fighting for gender equality by posting 'unwomanly' pictures

Two 20-year-old students are fighting against gender inequality and patriarchy by using art and posting pictures that are considered 'unwomanly' on their Facebook page Gender Pages Project

Published on 27th February 2017
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Why Ambily Fathima will inspire ailing youngsters to believe in crowd-funding for transplants for years to come

Like a candle in the wind, Kerala's Ambily Fathima underwent a heart transplant after people from across the world crowd-funded her surgery, only to succumb to illness. Read her astonishing story

Published on 24th February 2017
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Meet the Vice Chancellor who was once a notorious gangster in Malaysia

As Sahol Hamid takes over as the new Vice-Chancellor of BS Abdur Rahman University, take a look at his journey from being a Malay gangster to the first foreign VC to head an Indian varsity

Published on 6th March 2017
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Real Sheroes: This fashion designer who survived an acid attack just won the President's Medal 

Acid attack survivor and fashion designer Rupa is thrilled at being recognised with the President's Nari Shakti Puraskaar on Women's Day. This is her incredible story..

Published on 8th March 2017
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India's own Hoodie-baba: How Varun Agarwal became a millionaire at 25

He's supremely laidback but he takes his business just as seriously as any corporate sort with a stiff collar. Bengaluru boy Varun Agarwal tells us all about Alma Mater and his new book

Published on 23rd February 2017
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Govt needs to stop imposing vegetarianism on students, says Kancha Ilaiah 

Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd, Dalit thinker talks politics, Dalit empowerment, and forced vegetarianism in the country

Published on 14th March 2017
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IIAD and Kingston to enhance your designing course

Indian Institute of Art and Design (IIAD) Invites Application for session 2017

Published on 16th March 2017
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If there aren't enough jobs, there will soon be bloodshed, warns  R Sarathkumar

AISMK President R Sarathkumar talks about how FDI, a more modern education system and stricter laws are the only way to ensure the youth of today don't end up revolting when the jobs dry up

Published on 16th March 2017
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 ITM Business School conducts Finestra 2017

ITM Business School conducted their financial convention, Finestra2017 with the theme "intervene to improve"

Published on 18th March 2017
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Kovai Killing: Young atheists fly under radar on FB, Twitter to keep free thought alive

With an increasing number of young people, some of them students, turning to atheism, we take a look at how some of them are leveraging social media to practice their lack of faith — in trying times

Published on 20th March 2017
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A project by these three students might help us colonise the Moon soon

The winners of TeamIndus's Lab2Moon competition - Mattia Barbarossa, Dario Pisanti and Altea Renata Maria Nemolato from Italy are all set to send their project, Radio-Shield to the moon

Published on 22nd March 2017
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Shortage of IAS officers: Will UPSC increase intake next year to offset gaps in bureaucracy?

After Minister Jitendra Singh admitted that we were woefully short of IAS officers, bureaucrats and aspirants are hopeful that UPSC will reverse the trend and recruit more people next year

Published on 23rd March 2017

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