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This is how Aparajita Gogoi is working to ensure that online learning doesn't affect India's at risk women

Women's rights activist Dr Aparajita Gogoi tells us how the lockdown has impacted women and girls and what can be done to address their issues

Published on 27th May 2020
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Study reveals dominant body posture may help boost self-confidence in children

The researchers conducted their experiment with 108 fourth graders. One group was to assume two open and expansive postures for one minute each

Published on 18th May 2020
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Extra hours in work from home may lead to adverse psychological impact

Close to two months into a nationwide, it seems work-from-home experiment has no end in sight. And, if there were boundaries separating work and personal life, it seems it has faded away

Published on 5th May 2020
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86% of DU's ad hoc teachers denied maternity benefit, finds shocking DUTA survey

The teachers' association spoke to 705 ad hoc teachers and found out that while four per cent of them had to lose jobs

Published on 5th February 2020
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JNU students have crossed every line of civil behaviour: VC Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar writes to staff

JNU administration would always like to engage in a dialogue, but the process and form of any such interaction cannot be dictated through coercion and illegal methods, wrote the university's VC

Published on 15th November 2019
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With 77% from lower castes, NIRDPR study exposes the oppressive lives of migrant labourers in TN, UP

The National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj (NIRDPR) recently conducted a study on interstate migrant workers in Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh   

 

Published on 30th October 2019
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Droughts will affect 60 per cent of wheat-producing areas by 2100, says new study

According to the study, severe drought could affect up to 15 per cent of current wheat-growing areas if the weather patterns currently observed continue along the same trend

Published on 26th September 2019
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Canteen Fundas: How to be secure with all your insecurities

Here are a few important tips on how you can be honest with yourself and make it through each day with self confidence

Published on 14th September 2019
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Here's how accepting yourself the way you are is the key to your overall growth

To be secure, accept yourself exactly as you are, warts and all. That’s the key to your growth

Published on 12th September 2019
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PIL in Supreme Court for community kitchens in all states to combat hunger 

The plea, which is listed for hearing on Monday before a bench headed by Justice N V Ramana, alleged that many children under the age of five die every day due to hunger and malnutrition 

Published on 1st September 2019
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DU approves 'censored' first-semester syllabus: Made a mockery of our work, say teachers

The teachers are yet to receive any formal instruction from the university but high-ranking officials confirmed that the order will be out in a day or two

Published on 6th August 2019
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Agriculture accounts for 70 per cent  consumption of ‘physical’ water in Hyderabad, IITH study 

The study was led by Dornadula Chandrasekharam, Visiting Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Hyderabad, and his Research Scholar Dagani Koteswar Rao

Published on 18th July 2019
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Too much at stake: Why TISS Prof Padma Sarangapani believes you cannot be apolitical when in college

Campus politics isn't just about winning the odd college election. It runs deep and can have a bearing on what kind of person you turn out to be says TISS' Padma Sarangapani

Published on 22nd February 2019
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Indian Law won't cover you being photographed secretly but there is still some hope

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 

Published on 8th January 2018

Favouritism from parents towards one child affects the behaviour of the other

There are a few extra factors that show favouritism, one of which is the birth order: parents support first and last conceived youngsters over middle children

Published on 25th April 2018

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