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Enjoy your virtual school breaks with these nutritious snacks

The pandemic has forced children to go 'back to school with virtual learning having swapped classroom teaching. Although school in 2020 may look way too different, it still summons a celebration

Published on 27th October 2020
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The Coach speaks: How to handle a proposition from your queer friends?

The Coach speaks about the need to accept homosexuality and move on from the taboo that society has quietly built around it. And how do we do it? Let The Coach guide you through it all 

Published on 13th September 2020
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Why can't we have a Zuckerberg in India? Prabhu Chawla asks students of École Globale International Girls' School

The students and the youth are the future of this country who can innovate and make India self-sufficient and grow better after Corona

Published on 29th June 2020
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Hyderabad-based crowdfunding platform Goodclap is doing a lot for COVID-19 relief. Step up

While their chief mentor is Dr G Rajkumar, their core team consists of VV Bhargava Sai Kiran, Raju Vengala, Anurag Gandrapu, Phani Krishna Katnam and Maruthi Kurak. They work together to do good 
 

Published on 22nd May 2020
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This railway employee from Nagpur feeds thousands daily — without taking a rupee!

In the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, he has single-handedly managed to collect food and aid materials worth more than Rs 4 million, which has benefitted over 6,000 families

Published on 6th April 2020
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Your skin's elixir: Disha Ranjan makes organic facial serums, soaps that you'll fall in love with

She makes the products without preservatives and hence, they have a short shelf life. But if a request is placed, she can make them with preservatives too
 

Published on 5th February 2020
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Students at this Erode school share 'good news' about their life at the morning assembly

Geethaanjali All India Senior Secondary School has been a pioneer in many educational innovations in Erode. The Pantheon of Learning's one such program is the 'Nalla Seithi'

Published on 26th July 2019
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This start-up that deals with floral waste employs underprivileged women from Gundlapochampally

Though Maya Vivek was born in Gulbarga, Karnataka, she has been in Hyderabad for ten years now. She quit her job in September last year and then, the duo started Holy Waste

Published on 3rd July 2019
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Every memory of him makes my heart heavy: Abhimanyu's brother, a year since the unionist's death

Abhimanyu, a second year BSc Chemistry student in Maharaja's College, Ernakulam was stabbed to death on July 2, 2018

Published on 2nd July 2019
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Why Garvita Gulhati is a 'glass-half-full' kinda girl when it comes to saving the world

This Bengaluru-based environmentalist launched her water conservation start-up when she was just 15! Four years later, she’s marking her presence in the environment sector

Published on 15th June 2019
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Secularism much: This Kolkata college will now let you choose Humanism as your religion in your application form

Bethune College, the first ever women's college to be established in Asia, will now let UG and PG applicants choose 'manavdharma' as their religion in their form

Published on 30th May 2019
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Why removing onion, garlic from mid-day meals in Karnataka could lead to more school dropouts

When the taste of the food is compromised, there is often a disinterest on the part of the child in consuming this food and this can be linked to dropout rates, according to public health experts

Published on 18th March 2019
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Millets on your mind: How IIMR, a research institute in Hyderabad, will ensure you eat right forever

Going beyond the call of a research institute, Indian Institute of Millet Research in Hyderabad is doing all it can to make sure millets finally get their due

Published on 11th January 2019
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Concert in the Dark: Why Anil Srinivasan wants every Chennaiite to wear a blindfold on September 28

Pianist Anil Srinivasan's Concert in the Dark will have blindfolded musicians playing to a blindfolded audience. No selfies, no getting up, just a pure experience, aimed at raising funds for the blind

Published on 22nd September 2018
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From weather forecasting to living in eco-containers, how this B'luru school is making homeless kids cool

When juvenile homes and foster homes can do little to help society's unwanted kids, Bengaluru's Ananya Trust has created a system where they get street-savvy and gin up on knowledge all at once

Published on 19th August 2018

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