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The art of solving problems like a pro

Only when we accept ourselves is when we can dream of others accepting us. But to reach this phase is not easy.

Published on 28th February 2017

Here is how you get through the many confusing words in English

We all have had situations when we were confused with certain words, here we discuss how to avoid those confusions and deliver sentences without mistakes 

Published on 28th February 2017
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These students are all set for a model fly-by

Sahyadri College’s event Aerophilia has opened avenues for aviation courses

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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Major wanderlust feels to explore Odisha ASAP

Dr Soumyendu Shankar Ray about his book that unveils Odisha’s gems of architecture

Published on 27th February 2017
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Straight up: Be ready to forgo wealth (sometimes) if you choose dance

Madhu Natraj explains why her Natya Kampni revamped their choreography course

Published on 24th February 2017
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Here's how Manoj Pandey got Salman Rushdie and Shashi Tharoor to tweet him his debut book

It all started with just one tweet under #talesontweet to a celebrity and then it started a steady stream that led to a whole book, explains author Manoj Pandey

Published on 24th February 2017
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Inside the Gandhi Museum: Birad Yajnik's tribute to the Mahatma in Hyderabad is helping the young rediscover Bapu

The Mahatma Gandhi Digital Museum in Hyderabad is a place waiting to be discovered. The curator Birad Yajnik tells us what sets it apart from the other tributes to Bapu  

Published on 24th February 2017
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Meet Pooja Pradeep, who's getting Indians to send 'love letters' to Syrian refugee kids in Turkey

Mumbaikar and history prof Pooja Pradeep and her friends are getting more and more people to send personalised messages of love to refugee children in Turkey, to add a little joy to their life

Published on 24th February 2017
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No more Indo-Pak flak: Aanchal Malhotra has a museum full of Partition-era artefacts that she's showcasing on Instagram

Oral historian and artist Aanchal Malhotra's university project morphed into an Instagram account where she posts pictures of objects that survived the India-Pak partition

Published on 24th February 2017
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Education system makes all of us 'pass out' literally: Chinmayi Sripada

Singer Chinmayi along with G Dhananjayan, Swarnamalaya Ganesh and Sharan Apparao spoke about what the institutions in our country need to do to produce more creative professionals 

Published on 4th March 2017
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Meet the cosmologist who tells filmmakers how to get 'space stuff' spot on in the movies

Dr Roberto Trotta, theoretical cosmologist from Imperial College, London was in India recently and he spoke about the universe, cosmology, and life on other planets

Published on 6th March 2017
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Prakash Javadekar finds Shashi Tharoor’s new book so impressive that he says it should be given to students

Sure-footed, relaxed and surprisingly open to ideas like having Shashi Tharoor’s book included in the CBSE curriculum, HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar talks  about how he’s managing all the chaos 

Published on 13th March 2017
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I used to call him Thalaiva: Dalit student Muthukrishnan's hostel mate recalls how the Rajini fan in him was alive till the end

During a condolence speech, JNU scholar Jithendra Suna talks about what it's like to be a Dalit student in JNU and how that pressure got to Muthukrishnan, driving him to commit suicide last week

Published on 20th March 2017
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JNU loses ability to help 'backward' students with deprivation points: Students threaten 'complete shutdown'

The concept of awarding deprivation points for students from backward areas was devised by the students union under Prakash Karat in 1974. JNU was the sole institute to have this system 

Published on 23rd March 2017

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