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Here's how Manoj Pandey got Salman Rushdie and Shashi Tharoor to tweet him his debut book

It all started with just one tweet under #talesontweet to a celebrity and then it started a steady stream that led to a whole book, explains author Manoj Pandey

Published on 24th February 2017
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Chennai's Abirambika Ravivarman is teaching toddlers the importance of 'sustainable' relationships

Abirambika Ravivarman talks about her venture, Green Minds, that helps children understand the sustainability of life using fun activities as a teaching aid

Published on 24th February 2017
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Meet Pooja Pradeep, who's getting Indians to send 'love letters' to Syrian refugee kids in Turkey

Mumbaikar and history prof Pooja Pradeep and her friends are getting more and more people to send personalised messages of love to refugee children in Turkey, to add a little joy to their life

Published on 24th February 2017
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This bullying prevention programme in New Zealand is yielding great results

The KiVa teams responsible for dealing with bullying incidents have shown stunning results with cases dropping from a baseline of 20 to nine

Published on 2nd March 2017
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Here's a peek into the Oscar blunder and a  few good acceptance speeches 

Accepting an Oscar often bring winners to tears. But how do the winners express their gratitude to win the hearts of the people. Find it out here 

Published on 8th March 2017
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This IIT-B Professor says that faculty should be given autonomy to teach

Professor Kannan Moudgalya of IIT-Bombay shares his views on India's educational sector and it's much-needed change in approach towards students and teachers

Published on 13th March 2017
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The founder of Teach For India says what exactly is wrong with today's education system 

Shaheen Mistri, founder of Teach for India opens up about the various ills of the present education system at The ThinkEdu Conclave

Published on 14th March 2017
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Jharkhand schools to receive tabs soon

Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das promises tablets to students and teachers of Jharkhand in order to equip them with connectivity in these changing times

Published on 21st March 2017
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A project by these three students might help us colonise the Moon soon

The winners of TeamIndus's Lab2Moon competition - Mattia Barbarossa, Dario Pisanti and Altea Renata Maria Nemolato from Italy are all set to send their project, Radio-Shield to the moon

Published on 22nd March 2017
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No jobs for alumni: IIT Roorkee Director says he won't hire his PhDs as staff because it's like 'marrying into family'

At a time when everything is Make in India, IIT-Roorkee's director says that he is keen on bringing in the best internstional and domestic faculty, instead of hiring alums to teach at IIT

Published on 26th March 2017
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Wondering how you can make money out of your hobby? Try this new Sports Management course 

The programme at Mysuru will help sportspersons become successful by teaching them the tricks of combining business and sport

Published on 27th March 2017
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CBSE Class twelve students might have to settle for low scores as Accountancy exam paper catches them off guard

Claiming that the paper was tough and tricky, students and teachers are outraged and say it will adversely affect the students

Published on 1st April 2017
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A lifetime of battling autism disorder couldn't stop this genius from starting his own music school

Hyderabad-based Samuel might have trouble expressing himself through words, but music is his favourite language. He now teaches vocals, keys and guitars at his own music school

Published on 23rd February 2017
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These students from IIIT Bhubaneswar made an app that can send large video files even when the network is terrible and won the MHRD Hackathon at Chennai

Called the Pied Piper, the team from Odisha developed the app within 30 hours and will be giving it to the Ministry of Earth Sciences for practical on-ground use when it's fully done

Published on 4th April 2017
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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?

 

Published on 5th April 2017

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