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Fathers who ill treat or abuse their wives in front of children, tend to pass on that same violent behaviour to their sons.
Eshan Hilal, who is among the few male belly dancers around, talks about the art of movement
High Court exempts non-Tamil students from writing Tamil language exam
There are many versions of English spoken all across the world, is there a right one and a wrong one? Let's take a look
Author-cum-time machine Devdutt Pattanaik successfully transports us back to the times of Ramayana with his latest colouring book. He also talks about his fascination for Indian mythology and more
India is creating more politicians than community leaders. We don't need more politicians: Kiran Bedi lashes out after continuing 'war' with Puducherry politicos
Puducherry Lt Governor, former top cop and education activist Kiran Bedi doesn't mince words about how our education system is rooted in wrong principles that produce problematic human beings
ELS Educational Services Inc. and The United Nations Academic Impact Announce Fourth Edition of ‘ManyLanguages,One World’ Contest
Mumbai's popular tattoo artist, Kevin Andrade about his work and his take on the tattoo culture in India
The accident was apparently caused by a storm that caused trees to topple and fall on the teenagers while they were in the water
In a move that's contrary to the detailed reports of their CCE system, the CBSE has now asked all schools to have the same report card format for students from VI-IX, similar to the X/XII graders
JNU loses ability to help 'backward' students with deprivation points: Students threaten 'complete shutdown'
The concept of awarding deprivation points for students from backward areas was devised by the students union under Prakash Karat in 1974. JNU was the sole institute to have this system
As the government is prepping to answer Rao's petition in the Telangana HC to do away with the religion column in forms, his online petition is going viral
Age no 'bar' for Mumbai orphan's legal dreams: Meet Michael Sam, the youth who may have helped remove the age cap to study law in India
With the Supreme Court asking the Bar Council of India to relook at why they need an age cap for their BLL courses, we speak to Mumbai orphan Michael Sam, whose legal dreams have risen from the ashes
The college authorities have also deputed patrolling squads around the case to make sure that no 'inappropriate' incident happens
From 10k to 1L: That's what Kerala's Government School teachers stand to lose every month if the 'no-tuition' rule is enforced
It may seem like a hefty price to pay, given how much teachers earn, but it does raise the question: why can't school teachers handle tuitions outside like GH doctors and private practice?
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