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Yoga guru Ramdev may head India's first Vedic education board

The MSRVP which is an autonomous body under the HRD Ministry for promotion of Vedic education and is headed by Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar

Published on 26th February 2019
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Yoga Day: SpiceJet cabin crew will get high on Isha asanas while up in the air

The SpiceJet crew, trained by the Isha Foundation, will be performing yoga asanas for passengers on International Yoga Day

Published on 20th June 2018
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XLRI admission test XAT 2021 on January 3, registration till November 3

XAT 2021 will accept applications for XLRI Jamshedpur and XLRI I Delhi-NCR campus. A candidate can choose two preferred test cities for the test

Published on 29th September 2020
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With 'Made in Urkhul,' this duo is determined to put Manipur on the entrepreneurship map

Manipur might be known for a lot of fiery things, but Hill Wild and its founders are doing their bit to ride India's start-up wave along with other aspirants with their Made in Ukhrul summit

Published on 5th August 2018
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Why Pawan Rochwani is getting India's artists to air their views on politics via #VoteMeDum  

The young founder of Platform for Artists is taking it upon himself to raise a little awareness about the people whom Pune (and Indian) will be voting for, findsNandhini Srinivasan. Are you listening?

Published on 22nd April 2019
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Why you'll be addicted to the mobile games developed by this NIT Warangal-incubated start-up 

A student of NIT Warangal himself, co-founder Aniruddha Srinivas Joshi is from Pune and is working for the start-up remotely, just like all the other team members are. Check out their cool games 

Published on 23rd August 2020
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Why Robotix girl Aditi Prasad believes that every girl can be a kickass coder

Aditi Prasad, who heads up Chennai-based Robotix Learning Solutions, talks about how she got girls to code without gender bias and barriers, ahead of her TED Talk

Published on 28th March 2019
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Why Mumbai's at-risk kids love their School on Wheels more than regular classes

Bina Seth Lashkari, the founder of the iconic Door Step School in Mumbai, speaks to us about the importance of education and why every child should be introduced to learning at an early age

Published on 29th January 2020
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Why Mumbai start-up Hey Deedee is creating a fleet of slick, all-women delivery agents

Currently, operating out of Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur and Bangalore, the first all-women logistics setup of India plans to expand to Kolkata soon followed by centres in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand

Published on 11th September 2018
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Why more Indians are overcoming a decade's worth of safety worries to study in Australia

The steep rise of the USD, the Trump administration's immigration climate and a sustained, sensible response to the violence against Indian students have made parents look favourably at Australia

Published on 15th November 2018
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Why Hyderabad-based Tree Huggers Club sang 'We Don't Need No Education' to mark their 5th anniversary

Tree Huggers Club, the organisation dedicated to helping artists attain sustainability, recently celebrated their fifth year anniversary

Published on 23rd September 2018
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Why every Science graduate should check out Sri Ramachandra's new course on toxicology

The two-year Master's programme will focus on imparting skill-based practical knowledge for better employment opportunities both in India and abroad

Published on 30th July 2019
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Why co-living at Zolo could be your new nirvana, in a post-lockdown India

Nikhil Sikri, Founder of Zolo Stays speaks about the quality co-living spaces they provide for students at reasonable rates across different cities in India including Bengaluru, Hyderabad and others

Published on 6th April 2020
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Why Anil Srinivasan wants you to listen to music when you study. Really

Chennai-based pianist Anil Srinivasan is one of those rare musicians who believes that his art can go above and beyond being a profession and can help educate millions

Published on 22nd February 2019
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Where are the relevant training and development programs, ask 63% Indian students 

The Report, which is authored by academics of UK-based Bournemouth University, also suggests that 67% of Indian employers are unsatisfied with the skills of fresh graduates

Published on 14th February 2018

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