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#MeToo impact: No Nobel Literature Prize for the first time in 70 years

The last time the institution delayed a prize announcement was in 1949. —William Faulkner received the prize a year later, the same year Bertrand Russell was honoured

Published on 4th May 2018
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'India's modern education tilted towards leading materialistic life': Dalai Lama

The peace icon emphasised on reviving of ancient Indian knowledge and added that Indian texts provide an individual with the kind of peace and inner strength capable of tackling all problems of modern

Published on 11th August 2018
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10 post-apocalypse films to watch now that we all know the world is ending in 2050

We've put together a list of some of the best post-apocalyptic films for you to watch, so you clean up your act and help clean up the planet

Published on 6th June 2019
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2018 poses challenges for B-schools with a drop in placements and poor quality of education: ASSOCHAM

According to the Assocham Education Council (AEC), root cause of the problem is that institutes only focus on filling up seats and do not consider the quality of students

Published on 11th December 2017
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A letter of solidarity to Greta Thunberg  from the Third World

How dare we allowed the climate to go berserk in the first place? Even though we accept that we destroyed it, we never really bothered to correct it

Published on 28th September 2019
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A year after the fellowship hike protests, plenty of researchers across India haven't got their stipends ever since  

An IIT Delhi researcher has started an open Google Document to get an exact number of research scholars who are yet to receive their stipends

Published on 6th February 2020
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Andhra Pradesh shocker: Mothers of this village are selling their daughters into prostitution

Caught between decades of drought and the ban on arrack, an ST community of traditional liquor brewers in Anantapur district has been forced to sell its women into prostitution to survive

Published on 30th April 2018
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At 67,385, India records highest number of babies born globally on New Year's Day: UNICEF

Fiji in the Pacific most likely delivered 2020's first baby, while the US, the last of the New Year's Day. Globally, over half of these births were estimated to have taken place in eight countries

Published on 2nd January 2020
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Can you believe that Mr Funny bones was heckled for bad jokes?

Comedian Naveen Richard narrates the funny tale that is his life 

Published on 27th February 2017
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Check out the real Jayanagarada Hudugi, Meghana Sudhindra, before her book launch

Popularly known as the Jayanagarada Hudugi, Meghana Sudhindra is a 26-year-old Bengalurean who works as a Research and Development Engineer with a start-up called AppAchhi

Published on 7th August 2018
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Chennai education activist slams colleges holding online classes in letter to MHA, MHRD and UGC

Prince Gajendra Babu writes that education is a social activity and learning is not possible without human interaction and that it cannot be confined to text books or study material or online teaching

Published on 24th April 2020
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Coping with abuse at home: Here are ways to cope with violence by learning to protect and dissociate yourself

The Coach speaks about learning to cope with domestic violence and uncomfortable truths by learning to protect and dissociate yourself

Published on 25th May 2020
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Delhi students write to Kejriwal, demand rent waiver until the lockdown ends

The Delhi government had previously issued an order asking landlords to waive off the rents. However, it was valid only until April 29

Published on 9th May 2020
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Discovery to premiere 'Kerala Floods: The Human Story' on Nov 12

In over 11 straight days of intense rainfall, nearly 25 trillion litres of water fell on Kerala---a state with one of the highest density of population, 44 rivers and 61 dams.

Published on 11th November 2018
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Donate to Kerala's Shikara community to survive COVID, get a loving boat ride on the backwaters in return 

COVID-19 has been harsh on the travel industry and small communities like the Shikara community in Kerala are facing the consequences. This fundraiser aims to help them

Published on 16th May 2020

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