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How Muneer Alam has educated over 25,000 students in Kashmir through a pandemic, riots and civil unrest

Muneer Alam has dedicated 20 years of his life to braving political turmoil, nature's ire and now a pandemic to teach his students. We follow the teacher's journey of 20 years

Published on 5th September 2020
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Panel proposes separate board for schools in Ladakh to fulfil realistic needs of students

he committee for review of educational boards for schools in Kargil met under the chairmanship of Executive Councilor for Tourism and Zanskar Affairs, Phunsog Tashi here, officials said

Published on 24th August 2020
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PM Modi urges the youth to share soldiers' stories of valour to mark Kargil Vijay Diwas

He also urged people to visit the website - www.gallantryawards.gov.in - saying they will get to know a lot about the bravehearts and their valour

Published on 26th July 2020
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Despite water crisis, youth from this Kargil village will not let you enter without washing hands

This area suffers from an acute water crisis. But the villagers collected water from the Shingo River into a tank and are asking people to wash their hands before entering the village

Published on 24th March 2020
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Mangalore University 38th Convocation: Girl students outshine boys, lead the tally with 19k degrees

Out of 6,217 post graduate students who have passed, boys account for 1,666 (26.80%) and the girls represent 4,551 (73.20%). A similar trend was also seen in the under graduate courses

Published on 27th February 2020
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Unlike Kashmir, people in Ladakh are thrilled after the abrogation of Article 370. Here's why

The Ladakh MP's viral speech might have made us take the region into consideration when we talk about J&K. Here's why they are happy

Published on 29th August 2019
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Started because of Kargil War, this start-up is helping Indian Army veterans become entrepreneurs after retirement

I Create India mentors army veterans to set up their own businesses after their retirement. The organisation also provides access to capital during the first stages of setting up a business

Published on 9th May 2019
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Derogatory and untrue: Why 200 DU teachers signed statement condemning Modi's remarks on Rajiv Gandhi

The statement went appreciate Gandhi for his work in computerising railway reservations and also his work in the field of IT

Published on 7th May 2019
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Bhubaneshwar slum kids visit the city's Regional Science Centre 

New Project Coordinator of RSC Hara Prashad Mishra said this initiative is a drive to connect the unconnected

Published on 26th January 2019
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How a mail from a student in Kochi brought Calling Sehmat author Harinder Sikka to Kerala

Harinder Sikka speaks about why he came to a college in Kerala and about tracing the life story of Sehmat through his book, and his life-changing journey following the release of Raazi

Published on 23rd November 2018
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A varsity that they can call their own: Why students in Ladakh are protesting for a University back home

With no higher education options available to them, the students in the region are forced to study outside the state, drastically impacting their financial status

Published on 8th November 2018
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Bengaluru's Chitrakala Parishath launches platform to encourage artists from rural towns

This young artist started a forum to bring many Fine Arts and Visual Arts students under one roof. Shivaprasad, founder of Art Matters, talks about their plans and how they have grown across the state

Published on 10th September 2018
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This IIT grad is crowdfunding for a film on places near India's borders from Pakistan to Sri Lanka

Through The Borderlands, Samarth Mahajan is talking about the people who live across the borders in India, from Kutch to Rameshwaram

Published on 30th August 2018
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We For Kargil: How this NGO in the war-torn city is helping the young reshape history

The NGO's one of the main objectives is to impart quality education by introducing advanced and improved teaching methodologies with the help of both local teachers as well as teachers from outside 

Published on 25th July 2018
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The Kargil I grew up in: A 24-year-old's account of shelling, despair, death and hope in the Valley

War in Kargil lasted all of two months, May to July 1999, but it has created a trauma that still lingers...and an association with war that refuses to simply die down

Published on 25th July 2018

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