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#YouGoGirl: This girl-powered club in Hyderabad is starting conversations on Islamophobia, Discrimination and more

Ayesha Syeda feels that, "We just want to share information and experiences. It doesn't have to amount to anything, but it surely might lead to something."

 

Published on 1st May 2019
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'Flea' to this fun book exchange at the Madras Margarita flea market

Lakshmi Palaniappan, the brain behind Madras Margarita - the one-of-a-kind flea market in Chennai - came up with idea of a book exchange at the flea, thanks to her love for books

Published on 15th June 2018
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'Report says 36% of Indian companies and 25% among MNCs are not compliant with the Sexual Harassment Act, 2013'

Kirthi Jayakumar, founder of The Red Elephant Foundation talks about the laws in India for sexual harassment and her upcoming workshop on preventing it at the workplace

Published on 24th March 2017
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'This resembles a detergent brand': Why IISc students are unhappy over the new logo

The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) unveiled its new logo on Tuesday, 67 years after the first logo/seal was hand-drawn

Published on 21st August 2019
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 This Vellore-based NGO is empowering Dalit women to fight for their land-rights

Thendral Movement helps Dalit women get their own land through training programmes, counselling, documentation and legal support 

Published on 12th May 2020
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55-year-old Institute of Defence Studies and Analyses to be renamed after late BJP Leader Manohar Parrikar

An autonomous body under the Ministry of Defence, IDSA was established as a registered society in New Delhi in 1965

Published on 18th February 2020
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6 suicides in 2 months at AIIMS, director urges students, doctors to reach out for help

Over the last two months, the premier institute in the capital city has seen six suicides, including that of three doctors

Published on 18th August 2020
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7 things colleges need to do to avoid hiring a fraud safety trainer, like in Coimbatore

A 19-year-old was recently killed in a mock drill, after being pushed from the second floor of the private institution by a fake trainer. Here are ways to avoid such tragedies from repeating itself

Published on 18th July 2018
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9 in 10 Chennai principals feel their high school boys have no clue about gender sensitisation: Study

The study titled, 'Gender Sensitisation of Adolescent boys and its linkage to the creation of positive male role models', involved principals from 20 prominent schools in Chennai as respondents

Published on 23rd January 2019
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92,000 calls on childline, women's helpline numbers during COVID-19 lockdown, abuse on the rise

Some of the other calls received following the lockdown dealt with physical health (11 per cent of calls), child labour (8 per cent), missing and run away children (8 per cent)

Published on 8th April 2020
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A fellowship with ALC will teach you all there is to know about social entrepreneurship 

Access Livelihoods Consulting India Ltd's two-year fellowship encompasses both theoretical and practical aspects of running a social enterprise   

Published on 17th April 2018
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A Rocha India works for the peaceful coexistence of elephants and humans for 16 years

Through reserach, education programmes, volunteering and internships, A Rocha India is making sure that humans and animals coexist peacefully in and around Bannerghatta

Published on 29th May 2018
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A stroke of brilliance: Anuja Sethi tells us the intricacies of getting a bird painting right

After the success of Shop with Tanuja, Tanuja Sethi's online portal has decided to start painting workshops too

Published on 5th April 2018
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Aaro Nenjil star Gowry Lekshmi opens up about her musical journey so far

The 23-year-old tells us why she chooses indie music over film music

Published on 14th July 2017
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Act out your troubles: Try Psychodrama to help yourself forget those bad memories  

This therapy technique can help people open up and give a voice to the areas of their lives that have kept them shackled. Founders of Indian Institute of Psychodrama (IIP), to talk about the therapy

Published on 1st November 2017

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