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Youth association from  Thamaraikulam wins Central government award for cleanliness campaigns

The award that carries Rs 30,000 and a certificate was instituted by Union Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation

Published on 25th June 2019
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Young children more likely to explore choices than choose an immediate reward: Study

Researchers found that when adults and 4 to 5-year-old children were given choices, adults maximised their prizes while children continued to explore choices to see if values have changed

Published on 16th August 2020
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You can now win a free vacation in Darjeeling by staying at home during lockdown. Here's how

The aim of this 21-day challenge is to support the three-week lockdown in the public interest and also to motivate the countrymen to stay at home safely

Published on 31st March 2020
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World Dyslexia Day: How the MDA has used tech to transform the lives of dyslexic kids

Dyslexia is far more prevalent than most people think. The Madras Dyslexia Association has been working relentlessly for the last three decades to help dyslexic children lead better lives

Published on 4th October 2019
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Wondering what to read this summer? Here are 5 books you can't afford to miss 

Here's what you can look forward to in the next two months to keep your night lamps burning

Published on 20th April 2018
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Women show the way: Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna win Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Researchers need to modify genes in cells if they are to find out about life's inner workings. This used to be time-consuming, difficult and sometimes impossible work

Published on 7th October 2020
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Women in this AP village will be fined Rs 2000 if seen in their nightgowns before sunset

If someone is found not following the 'rule', a fine of Rs 2000 will be imposed on her. Furthermore, a 'prize' of Rs. 1000 has been earmarked for the person who informs village elders about women not

Published on 10th November 2018
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With Malala as her idol, this Gujarati teenager wants to educate every single girl in her village. Can she make it happen? 

Be it access to education or menstrual hygiene, Kiran Garva is a true champion for girls in her village — and she won't stop till every single girl child in her village goes to school

Published on 14th November 2017
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With an iPhone and his vision, this 16-year-old's ability to capture stories shines through 

Rameshwar Bhatt is young, imaginative and raring to go with his experimental ideas about filmmaking. He talks about his films and the filmmaking process

Published on 4th August 2017
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Why you must check out this online tool by a class 11 student that detects gender neutrality in textbooks

Rashmi Patil speaks to Ananya Gupta who is a self-taught Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence expert about the tool she developed to detect if a textbook is gender-neutral or not 

Published on 1st June 2020
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Why Malavika Banerjee doesn't feel the need to make the Kolkata Literary Meet 'different'

"I read faster on the Kindle because you can adjust the font size," says Malavika Banerjee, Director, Kolkata Literary Meet

Published on 21st February 2019
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Why KUFOS' Waves fest is going to be a zero-plastic college fest this September

Established in 2018, this national level inter-university management fest brings together around 2000 students from across 300 colleges to compete

Published on 26th July 2018
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Why GrabOn? The coupons and deals start-up based out of Hyderabad is the next big thing 

While start-ups are catering to smaller segments and going hyperlocal in the US, in India, there is still a lot of scope in the healthcare, legal and education space, opines Reddy

Published on 15th October 2018
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Why GoGrocy, developed by an NIT Rourkela student, decided to focus on Tier-II and Tier-III cities 

From the start, the main aim of the team behind GoGrocy, the Odisha-based start-up, was to focus on Tier-II and Tier-III cities alone. Currently, they are present in Sunabeda and Jeypore areas 

Published on 23rd August 2020
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Why every child needs to read this book about India's greatest women ever

This coffee table book has 51 stories of inspiring women of India who have set the ball rolling. Starting from freedom fighter Sarojini Naidu to one of the first female fighter pilots Avani Chaturvedi

Published on 29th January 2019

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