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This 17-year-old Punjabi student's 'lockdown' app will connect you with organic farmers and fresh produce directly

Raghav Vashisht has set up Organic Farmers Connect, a platform that aims to connect local farmers directly with people who need the products

Published on 22nd October 2020
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Students cry foul, claim dogs on IIT-M campus go missing after sterilisation. Dog lovers write to AWBI, Maneka Gandhi

The IIT Madras administration had previously banned its students from feeding the strays on campus, creating a lot of hue and cry

Published on 22nd October 2020
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How the country’s first transgender-run Milk Cooperative Society in Kovilpatti has given them hope and an identity

Activist Grace Banu credits the District Collector, the District Revenue Officer and the relentless hard work of the transgender community in setting up the Cooperative

Published on 21st October 2020
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Kerala teacher, former student wrote a song for Jacinda Ardern. And the NZ PM wrote back to thank them

The song 'A leader called Jacinda' was written by M C Vasisht and composed and sung by his student Ashish Thomas George

Published on 21st October 2020
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This Mumbai duo's app combines deliveries, shopping, food in one fell 'swipe'. Here's how it works

Ease Your Life combines features of multiple popular apps — from food delivery to handyman services — into one platform

Published on 20th October 2020
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64 reserved PhD, MPhil seats may go vacant: UoH Students’ Union on hunger strike against new qualifying criteria

12 percent of PhD seats reserved for the OBCs, 42 percent for SCs, 56 percent of the STs, 75 percent for the Physically Challenged category could go vacant this year

Published on 18th October 2020
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Why Anna University’s claims of not changing name, retaining reservation policy may not come through

TN education activist Prince Gajendra Babu points out that according to the UGC notification’s instructions the Centre could have more control over the University than the state

Published on 15th October 2020
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This 14-year-old from Hyderabad is helping light up the homes and lives of rural children with solar lamps. Here's how

Anvitha Kollipara is the brains behind CareGood Foundation. She started the foundation to help the abandoned elderly with their needs. It was launched in May this year. This is their story till date

Published on 14th October 2020
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This Hyderabad start-up's polaroid prints are the bomb! Check out why they're so POP-ular

Printing photographs is all the vogue now, thanks to polaroids. We find out how Hyderabad-based People of Prints are taking this trend forward in a conversation with Founder Neha Shah. Read up! 
 

Published on 14th October 2020
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This COVID support society will give awards to WB Durga Puja committees who maintain safety measures the best

The awards will be given to one winner in each of the 10 districts across Bengal where CCN is present, said Satyarup Siddhanta, a pivotal member of the society

Published on 13th October 2020
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Meet the Delhi food blogger behind the viral video on Baba ka Dhaba

Gaurav Wasan has been a food blogger for the past seven years and thinks that he walked into Baba ka Dhaba at the right time

Published on 13th October 2020
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Delhi Universiy admissions: Google forms, Whatsapp and helpline numbers for students

The Delhi University administration is being held in a completely online mode and several student organisations have come forward to help students seeking admission

Published on 12th October 2020
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This government school headmaster in Raichur takes a boat ride across the Krishna to teach 13 children on an island village

Sharanabasappa teaches 13 children who are in class 8, 9 and 10 in Kuruvakuruda village. He has also arranged a cluster resource person to overlook the progress of these kids in terms of academics

Published on 9th October 2020
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Why we simply cannot afford to hate our friends who don’t do right by us

Pro Tip: If we can look at our difficult experiences as lessons to learn, there’s nothing to be upset about or to forgive. We can choose to be grateful instead, for having been taught valuable lessons

Published on 9th October 2020
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How Hyderabad's Blood Warriors managed to pull off a blood drive during the pandemic

Thalassemia is an inherited blood disorder, wherein, patients have less oxygen-carrying protein. About 10,000 babies are born with it in India and most patients require frequent blood transfusions

Published on 7th October 2020

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