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#ThrowBackToday: This is the connection between India and Audrey Hepburn's Breakfast at Tiffany's dress 

In today's #TBT, we tell you about the iconic black Givenchy dress that actor Audrey Hepburn sported in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany and the connection it has with our country. Read to be surprised

Published on 28th February 2021
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137 years of stellar education: Why St Joseph's College in Bengaluru is among the best

Dr Fr Victor Lobo SJ talks about the efforts that went into making St Joseph's College in Bengaluru the education behemoth that it is today and why they may soon be upgraded to a University

Published on 8th May 2019
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20 per cent students in Gujarat deprived of admission under RTE in 2 yrs

In a series of questions by several Congress MLAs on how many students were admitted in private schools under the RTE quota in the last two years

Published on 20th March 2021
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22-year-old Aakash Ranison is travelling across borders to spread the message of love and harmony

Aakash recently took over the famous Instagram page Everyday Pakistan and showed its followers scenes from India

Published on 27th October 2018
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26 students from Anand Kumar's 'Super 30' academy crack IIT-JEE

In the past 16 years, around 500 students from the institute have qualified for admission to IITs

Published on 10th June 2018
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28 students from 'Kashmir Super 30' make it to IITs, NITs

The 'Kashmir Super 30' initiative aims to support talented, underprivileged students in the state 

Published on 13th June 2017
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A fighter's spirit: Pramila Mathew tells us how she overcame all kinds of obstacles, including Multiple Sclerosis and created her own firm from scratch

In 2001, Pramila Mathew was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis of the progressive kind, but she was determined to fight it despite what the reports said

Published on 24th July 2019
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A housewife from Karnataka has helped provide clean drinking water to over 600 localities in the state

Chinnmaye Praveen set up  GeWinn Wachstum to help those who had no access to clean drinking water in different parts of Karnataka by setting up water ATMs in public spaces

Published on 18th May 2020
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Access denied: How research work has taken a body blow during the pandemic — and the unlock norms aren't helping 

Researchers have had a lack of access to university resources throughout the lockdown and beyond. We find out how it has affected them and whether the UGC guidelines have made a difference  

Published on 25th November 2020
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Ain't no superstition: How Monica Choudhury decided to mimic her mom's Tamil Superstitions and became a YouTube celeb overnight

Monica Choudhury, the girl behind the hilarious viral video Tamil/Brown Superstitions on how South Indian mothers perceive superstitions, talks about why she went from engineer to Youtuber

Published on 13th April 2017
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Alekhya Reddy leads a life where she gets to travel without having a traditional 9 to 5 job

For a month, she curated new and interesting walks every day, lived and worked out of a fort and binged on Rajasthani food. It was the longest she has been cut off from family and friends 

Published on 24th July 2019
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American International School Chennai to host exclusive 'Maker Carnival'

The carnival will be a 'Show, Tell and Do' experience where inventors will get to explain their products and the process of making to the audience

Published on 2nd March 2018
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Angelina Jolie does her bit to feed underprivileged kids

She has given $1 million to the charity No Kid Hungry, which says it has so far spread $2 million across 30 states to feed low-income children and their families

Published on 27th March 2020
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Applications to private schools under RTE Act drop by 95 pc in Tamil Nadu

The officials said that the random selection process will be conducted at schools in the presence of parents and representatives

Published on 1st October 2020
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Are the NEP’s ‘easy’ exit options in college just an excuse to dress up India's dire dropout rates?

These activists say the exit options for students start from school, at every level by providing an alternative, the NEP is only trying to narrow down options, push out students from the system

Published on 15th August 2020

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