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These University of Hyderabad students are using a community radio station to strip India's biggest social concerns threadbare

If you ever check out Bol Hyderabad 90.4 FM and find that you're in the middle of a serious debate about defecation, don't fret. You're in the capable hands of U0H's creative best

Published on 27th April 2017
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Meet Ankit Kawatra, the 25-year-old who just received an award from the Queen of England herself

Ankit was awarded the Queen’s Young Leaders Award in the UK for his exceptional contribution to solving India's hunger crisis

Published on 8th July 2017
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Meet Saleha Khan, a 17-year-old who convinces parents in Mumbai slums to send their girls to school

Saleha has been at the forefront of a unique child-led campaign, WASH4Life, where she has strongly advocated for the resolution of water and sanitation issues in her community

Published on 14th November 2017
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Indian dads getting more involved in parenting and 65 per cent spend up to two hours with kids daily, finds survey 

The survey found that many fathers are not so involved in helping around the house or in household chores and most are not happy with the amount of time they are able to spend with their kids

Published on 19th November 2017
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Paraplegic Limca Record holder from Delhi to travel 3,500 KM in six days for a second attempt

During the journey, Paul, whose life changed after a road accident in 2012 will raise awareness about troubles faced by specially-abled people in public places through his campaign "Accessible India"

Published on 24th November 2017
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India's neglect of children keeps it from becoming a role model for their growth: UNICEF

An official said it was also heartening that in many parts of the country, children were taking a lead in becoming part of missions like the Swachh Bharat mission

Published on 24th November 2017
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Goodwill Tribe: Get blindfolded, talk to strangers and then define them through art

The tribe's Stranger's with Colours event helps promote conversation, friendships and art with reach in 11 cities of five countries 

Published on 7th December 2017
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Joint venture to now teach Karnataka teachers to make Math and Science fun

The Singapore International Foundation and Parikrma Humanity Foundation are improving Mathematics and Science education in Karnataka​

Published on 11th December 2017
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Was that a 'Youthquake'? Must be 'fake news'. Here are words that trended in 2017

Complicit, Feminism and Truth have been named top words of 2017 by several dictionaries and a language monitoring body as words used most by people this year

Published on 21st December 2017
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Corporate law isn't the only way to the big Court: NLS VC Venkata Rao

The judiciary is one of our most powerful estates and yet, our judicial system is lacking, say panelists who agree that corporate law is not the only way to go

Published on 17th January 2018
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Students from Centurion University went back to the community to solve their problems

At Centurion University, the focus is being brought back to the communities, their problems and students are being engaged to solve them

Published on 9th March 2018
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Kill trolls with laughter, BJP TN Prez Tamilisai Soundararajan tells young women 

She also spoke of the rampant prejudice and social conditioning that lead to such mindsets against women and asked them to ditch the hate and laugh it off

Published on 12th March 2018
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Meet the Bengaluru students who have been felicitated at the Pramerica Awards

Adhya Menda's and Gaayatrie Khurrana's contribution to the society have been shortlisted for the 8th Annual Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards

Published on 3rd April 2018
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British Council awards three Indian alumni of UK universities for outstanding achievements

The 'Professional Achievement Award' which recognises alumni who have distinguished themselves through exemplary leadership in their professional field, was presented to Saumya Saxena

Published on 12th May 2018
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This IIT Delhi researcher just created a phone-based device that can help blind kids 'feel' maps and pictures

It assists the visually impaired in cognition development by sensitizing them about things in their environment so that their inclusion in the education and employment ecosystem is sped up

Published on 23rd July 2018

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