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World No Tobacco Day: How tobacco and cancer is tearing this family's life apart

Sathish's wife didn't realise that her husband was addicted to tobacco, she didn't know that it could lead to cancer either till she had to find out on her own

Published on 31st May 2018
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Why you have to watch Nila Madhab Panda's climate change film Kadvi Hawa ASAP  

Director Nila Madhab Panda has been helping us swallow the bitter pill of environmental calamities through his films. With his latest, Kadvi Hawa, he is at it again

 

Published on 29th December 2017
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Why 25,000 'ghost' students in Bengaluru registered for SSLC exam but didn't turn up

School management representatives are of the opinion that some private schools do not issue hall tickets to low performers and weaker students

Published on 2nd April 2019
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What this mountaineer scaling Mt Aconcagua has to do with building a school in Hyderabad

Hyderabad-based Sphoorti Foundation is in need of funds for a new school and Mountaineer VJ Nagender Rao is going to climb one of the most dangerous peaks of the world to help them do so

Published on 24th April 2019
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What happened to Indian markets after LPG policies? IIT-M prof's book has all the answers 

'Hastening Slowly' talks about India's industrial growth in the era of economic reforms and the major changes in the 1990s, most of which were aimed at changing the industrial landscape

Published on 26th April 2018
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Vizag-based band Kairoz is working on a web series next and we JUST CAN'T wait

In the world of music, it is all about survival of the fittest and the one who adapts to the changing tides, stays. It's no wonder Kairoz has sustained!

Published on 4th January 2018
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UN report says child death declined faster in India over the past five years

According to the report, the gender gap in child survival has reduced almost four-fold in the last five years. However, an estimated 6.3 million children under 15 years of age died in 2017.

Published on 18th September 2018
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UK and Norway have swimming in school curriculum, so should India: Experts

Since 1994, swimming and water safety has been a statutory element of the national curriculum for physical education in England while Norway introduced the programme in 2015

Published on 14th October 2019
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UGC's irregular disbursement of stipends leave Dalit scholars in distress

Many Dalit scholars across the country who are eligible for the RGNF haven't received their stipends for months 

Published on 21st May 2019
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Tripura youth killed in an accident recording a Facebook Live video while riding his motorbike

A 25-year-old Tripura boy was killed in an accident when he was recording a Facebook live while driving a motor bike

Published on 23rd July 2019
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Tiger, Tiger Burning White: B'luru scientists head to Odisha to find where their 'differently-coloured' tigers get their stripes from

The melanistic tigers in the Odisha zoo hit the headlines a while ago. Now, these researchers are trying to find out why they were born that way and the genetics behind it

Published on 6th October 2017
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This viral video of two Odissi dancers performing on Alaa Wardi's song is a must-watch

Deepam, the Odissi academy in Muscat, will see student-turned-teacher-turned-Head taking over the reigns. And her first move? Putting out a viral video

Published on 3rd January 2018
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This user-centric online platform is making a name for itself in the education sector

Ashutosh Kumar leads Testbook.com, one of the nation’s most trusted learning and assessment platforms and he claims it has the potential to land you a stable government job!

Published on 20th November 2019
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This summer camp is creating awareness among children about forests and animals 

Dev Balaji who has been conducting Summer Adventure Camps in forests across Karnataka tell us about what they teach for children and how it is helping the little ones 

Published on 24th April 2019
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This mother of a differently-abled kid started a pre-school where inclusivity is the norm

Farida Rizwan has been fighting against the social stigma of differentiating between regular and special kids through her preschool and daycare centre. Now, she is raising funds through Milaap

Published on 18th September 2019

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