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Youth of the country should not shy away from politics: Manish Sisodia 

In his address to students of Ashoka University in Haryana's Sonepat, he also said it is important for students to understand that for a successful policy, the 'public bind' is essential

Published on 30th October 2020
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Youth in Tumakuru booked for issuing life threat to ex-MLA on a Facebook post

“Let us kill Suresh Gowda”, the accused Praveen Sowmya had posted while replying to one of his friends Rangnath Gowdru’s post on August 25

Published on 30th August 2018
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You are working against the institution: How Hindu College is suppressing a professor who is fighting autonomy

After he wrote to the MHRD, the Hindu College Staff Association's Secretary has been sent a show-cause notice for having worked against the interest of the college

Published on 26th June 2018
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Yogi government's new ordinance bar campuses from being used for 'anti-national' activities

The draft "Uttar Pradesh Private Universities Ordinance, 2019", which would bring 27 private universities under the purview of the proposed law 

Published on 20th June 2019
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Without pay for 4 months: DUTA to hold 'physical' protest on August 21 at Mandi House after Sisodia's tough statement

For the past four months, employees of the 12 DU Colleges have gone without salaries and pensions, said teachers. The Delhi Government has queried why there is a shortage of funds to pay teachers

Published on 18th August 2020
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Will Vigilance probe into claims that Anna University is concealing the names of 92 erring colleges?

The University said that they are just sticking to procedure and don't want to inconvenience the students already studying in these institutions.

Published on 9th June 2019
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Will live like an outcast: HC dismisses case against sacked 'whistleblower' IIT Guwahati professor  

Rai was asked to go on 'compulsory retirement' in early January by the Board of Governors who had conducted the enquiry against him 

 

Published on 3rd March 2020
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Why Venkatesh Geriti wants India's youth to storm politics and shape policy

Multiple-award winner Venkatesh Geriti’s mission is to involve youngsters in nation-building and policy-making so that India can reach its full potential. We find out more about his work

Published on 11th December 2019
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Why this short film will make you feel the pain of India's farmers

Yashowardhan Mishra, Director and Writer of short film Mandi talks about the agrarian crisis and the problems faced by farmers in India

Published on 22nd October 2019
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Why the youth of West Bengal are marching from Singur to Mamata's Secretariat

Declining quality of education is not an issue new to Bengal neither is unemployment and the youth has been the worst affected

Published on 13th September 2019
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Why the selection of IAS, IPS officers based on the Foundation Course could be a matter of concern

As the training academy is run by IAS and IPS officers, children of bureaucrats may also be shown favour, thereby compromising merit and leading to nepotism in the recruitment process

Published on 25th May 2018
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Why the National Exit Examination is going to be the 'next' NEET for marginalised students

Medicos have strongly opposed the new move, calling it unnecessary and unfair to the students  

 

Published on 28th July 2019
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Why President Kalam was an extraordinary teacher and every student's role model

Every time, he would visit a school or a college, thousands of people would gather in the auditorium just to listen to his motivational words

Published on 20th July 2019
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Why Kannur Collector Mir Mohammed Ali is someone all Indian youth should look up to

IAS officer Mir Mohammed Ali, the collector of Kannur, is not only transforming the face of the district which was once bloodied with frequent political violence, there's a lot more to him as a person

Published on 31st October 2018
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Why JNU scholar Ngurang Reena's lone fight to find justice for her 'murdered' father is inspiring

The 27-year-old is a PhD student and an activist from JNU and even stood for the JNUSU elections last year. Her father was a member of the BJP and was killed mysteriously

Published on 21st February 2019

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