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#RampMyCity: A Bengaluru initiative to make restaurants more accessible to differently-abled

In an effort to bridge the gap between high-end restaurants that claim to be accessible and the differently-abled community that cannot access it, a Christmas Lunch is being organised

Published on 16th December 2018
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#TogetherWeCan: Students from universities worldwide offer 'synchronised global prayers' for those infected with COVID-19

The prayers, which have been started by the Indian Yoga Association (IYA) on Monday, can be performed at either 8 am or 6 pm as per the Indian Standard Time

Published on 8th April 2020
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30K school students to spend Christmas vacation getting training in app development 

Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education has planned to enhance students tech-skills through app building, cybersafety and Malayalam computing

Published on 17th December 2017
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A three-day gap between Maths and Biology is too less, say CBSE students demanding revision of timetable

After two years, the CBSE exam timetable has gone back to the old schedule of starting in mid-February

Published on 26th December 2018
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Agriculture institute seeks Kerala Govt support to boost Pearl Spot production

Karimeen has always been much in demand, especially among foreign tourists. The popular tourist destination of Kumarakom is known for the availability of this fish in the Vemband lake

Published on 11th August 2020
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At Jamia's anti-CAA protests on Christmas, Santa Claus distributed copies of the Preamble with chocolates

Despite the Jamia Teachers' Association urging everyone to suspend their protests against the CAA/NRC on Christmas, the students celebrated the festival together at Jamia Millia Islamia

Published on 25th December 2019
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Children of Deccan is a children's home that nurtures abandoned and neglected kids

Started by Michael Hubbard and N Malkanna, it helps children become good human beings in life

Published on 19th October 2018
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Colour, spice and drama is always my style with baking: Antony Amourdoux, Pondicherry-based banker-turned-baker

The Great British Bake Off contestant speaks about mixing a bit of his own identity into his delicious desserts and how life has changed following the show

Published on 19th January 2019
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Fifty days on, MP Thamizhachi Thangapandian asks Pokhriyal to urge IIT Madras to reopen Krishna Gate

During her visit to the campus, she promised the students that she could submit a petition to MHRD regarding their concerns and fulfilled the promise as well by meeting Pokhriyal on February 10  
 

Published on 13th February 2020
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Here's how Google Search predicts the rest of your sentence when you start typing it online

Autocomplete differs from Google Trends which is a tool for journalists and anyone else who's interested to research the popularity of searches and search topics over time

Published on 11th October 2020
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Hey, it's story time: Meet these four Bengalureans who will make you fall in love with the art of storytelling   

"Once upon a time..." — Let these storytellers bring back the memories of your childhood while you learn a few tricks of the modern day storytelling 

Published on 21st October 2017
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How author Arundhati Venkatesh went on to pen the wacky tales of Petu Pumpkin

In a candid conversation with Edex, children's author Arundhati Venkatesh talks about her writing, her influences and what's next

Published on 7th July 2020
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How EcoEdu is giving students the academic brush with nature our colleges and schools so desperately need 

Ulhas Anand, the co-founder of EcoEdu speaks about their activities on nature  that are not just limited to group discussions but include actual field visits that keep the children intrigued

Published on 6th August 2020
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How to let it go? Here's what you can do to overcome suppressed anger, emotions and move on

How can we move on to the year 2020 if we carry our suppressed anger and emotions from the past years? Let's find out more on how to overcome this

Published on 28th December 2019
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How you can save a life by recording a song on your smartphone

Thomas John talks about Sing for Humanity, which is an initiative that lets donors sing a song that may just go online and help save lives in the process

Published on 3rd January 2019

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