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We take a peek into the common expressions that we Indians use in our daily lives
Tinder for Footballers: I am Play is an app designed by NIT grads that offers footballers a 'hook-up' to play in their city
Three NITians have launched an app that shows you the number of people close to you who are game to play some soccer and lets you connect, decide on a ground and get kicking
Unhappy India: Meet the country's happiness experts, learn where to study happiness as India plumbs depths in UN Happiness Index
As Indians were ranked among the unhappiest people the world over in the UN Happiness Index, yet again, we take a look at the people for whom happiness is a full time business, Like, literally!
The story of three African-American women mathematicians in Hidden Figures is inspiring the world, we tell you what life lessons you can learn from the movie
IIMC Kottayam starts Malayalam Journalism course after surveys find that Indians swear by regional news that is posted online
A recent study has found that at least 70 percent of Indians have more faith in local language digital content over English, so IIMC Kottayam calls in applications for a Malayalam Journalism course
Despite 'America is safe' rhetoric, Indian applicants to US varsities drop by 'almost half' during Trump administration
With mounting concerns in the wake of an uncertain immigration ban, increasing acts of discrimination and attacks on Indians in the USA, applications to varsities have taken a hit
This School for Special Kids in Kerala produced Olympians in 2011. Today, they've started an online campaign to stay alive as Centre has cut off funds
Nirmala Sadan, a school in Muvattupuzha for the specially abled children, which has produced Olympians, is now facing a grim future as the centre has stopped allotting funds
For the first time ever, WCC has brought its own original script to the stage and its loosely based on the Grimms' fairytale - 'Town Musicians of Bremin'
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
Meet Wayside, a three-piece band that juggles criticism, diminishing crowds and the highs and lows of being young musicians in Chennai
This Chennai-based violinist is statistically linking your personality type to the kind of music you like and we LOVE it!
Vignesh Vaidyanathan plays fusion music with various bands in Chennai and has also worked with Delhi Drum Circle and other musicians across India
The other Swades story: Meet the Shah Rukh Khan of Halgara who is making the village a better place to live by tackling one issue at a time
There are many Indians who have done much for their community with the fruits they have reaped abroad. Datta Patil is one such example
Cocoa Tree's annual dessert is working with NGO, Guardians of Dreams and promises participants and time sweetly spent
Shashi Tharoor on Padmavati row: Focus of Rajasthan's female literacy instead of queens of centuries ago
Women groups, royal families and even politicians have alleged that the film by Sanjay Leela Bhansali distorts facts and maligns the Rajpur queen and her community
Kamal Haasan just jumped on the Harvard Tamil Chair bandwagon. Here's everything you need to know about the Chair and the men behind it
In a worldwide campaign, Tamilians are going all out to get the Tamil language and establish a Chair at one of the world’s top universities, Harvard. Will they raise enough money in time?
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