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What the FAQ: Here's how the new Government guidelines for social media platforms, OTT will affect what you watch or post
While these guidelines are only a draft, it does have a few stricter rules that the social media platforms need to adhere to. Read on to find out
Fondly called Deenbandhu, Sir Chhotu Ram was born in British-occupied Punjab on November 24, 1881 where he estblished himself as a politician who worked to support farmers
Meet this educator turned Dalit activist, who penned a song in Paluva language in 'The Great Indian Kitchen'
A scriptless language is popularly spoken by the Dalit Paraya caste, the song was penned by former educator and activist Mruduladevi S
Privacy was recently declared as a fundamental right but the invasion that occurs on a daily basis in our country has no definite law to protect it. However, sub-laws can greatly help in such cases
Rupesh Mahore — commit this 23-year-old NIT Rourkela student's name to memory as he is going to take Astrophysics by storm
Rupesh Mahore and his friends started Spacegrade Inc to work in the field of Astrophysics and have come up with a slew of solutions. They currently study at NIT Rourkela, Odisha and are rearing to go
Govt blocked 296 mobile apps since 2014 in interest of country's security, public order: Union minister Sanjay Dhotre
The minister said that with increasing number of internet users, mobile apps and new evolving technology, the practice of collection of personal data by such apps and websites is also increasing
While the world is getting back to the old normal, events are slowly getting back on their feet. We attended an in-person convocation to find out how things have changed or not
From mass bunking to interviews, why YouTuber Be Younick's videos are making 4 million peeps go ROFL
We speak to Nikunj Lotia AKA Be YouNick, whose videos on YouTube are relatable and rib-ticklingly funny, making him one of the top content creators in the country
In today's #TBT, we tell you all about how The Lyceum was discovered in the year 1997 and what significance it held back in the day. Also, how Starbucks poised itself to enter the Indian market
Here's how the British Council is helping Karnataka high school and college teachers learn English to improve their teaching
Janaka Pushpanathan of British Council speaks about their recent Memorandum of Understanding with the Karnataka government to prepare college students for a better future and India-UK collaborations
Gurugram-based PassionGuru conducts online lessons on dancing, singing and other activities for slum kids served by NGOs. And it's for free!
In its investigation, the NCBC found that some students had gotten the highest marks in their entrance exams but had not been called for the interview or had been rendered ‘unsuitable’ for the seat
Started to keep her own children entertained, BrownBoxToys now has launched a portal of their own. Founder Sonali Shankardass based out of Mumbai lets us in on all that it offers. We are excited!
Talking about Indian politics and the entrepreneurial drive or the lack therein, Desai said that India Gujarat has been the most capitalist state of the country
Speaking at the Facebook Fuel for India 2020 event, Clegg said the digital industry is still young and has had a profound impact on the way in which one works and interacts
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