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Nigerian students in Chennai come together to show solidarity to youth protesting against police brutality in Nigeria

When Ishaku began to hear the news of the protests, he felt proud of the fellow youth of his country who he believed were ‘standing up for what is right’

Published on 20th October 2020
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Why Dalits and the underprivileged in India have built-in barriers to accessing mental health care

Mental healthcare even for so-called privileged communities is dismal, so one can only shudder to imagine what it must be for those from non-privileged backgrounds

Published on 11th October 2020
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The light in Kichankani: How Somy Solomon build a library in faraway Tanzania

Somy Solomon is the activist, researcher and social worker who build the first library in the Tanzanian village of Kichankani. Check out her story

Published on 7th October 2020
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How this small school in TN set up micro classrooms to help their most vulnerable students during the peak of the pandemic

The classes started on July 15, the birthday of Tamil Nadu’s Father of Education and former Chief Minister K Kamaraj. So far, no student has been affected and all are hale and hearty

Published on 29th September 2020
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How Surabhi Yadav is putting the focus on the rural Indian woman using technology and sensibility

Surabhi Yadav started Sajhe Sapne just three months back and about a month back, she started a podcast as well. Her Women in Leisure series is making waves online. We find out more about her goals 

Published on 1st October 2020
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Adivaasi Drishyam wants to keep you informed about the wealth of knowledge that adivasi communities possess through their webinars

Started by Eugene Soreng and his team, this YouTube channel and Instagram page are all about passing on the information about adivasi culture, cuisine, songs and a lot more. This is how he does it

Published on 25th September 2020
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Will building universities be on the Bihar election manifesto? Why #BegusaraiWantsDinkarUniversity is trending on Twitter

The fight for a separate university in Begusarai has been on for two decades and gradually it has become an all-party fight

Published on 23rd September 2020
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78-year-old Ambedkarite laureate and author Dr Bhau Lokhande passes away

He wrote several books and his literary work has broken boundaries and reached readers across the world. His literary and social work has inspired numerous youngsters

Published on 22nd September 2020
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Trafficking Jam: Why India's human trafficking problem has skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic

Every time there has been a crisis, the number of trafficked children have erupted and this pandemic might not paint a different picture but are we equipped enough to handle it?

Published on 7th September 2020
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Award-winning Bengal teachers discuss development of students from marginalised communities

The webinar was conducted by Sandipon Dasgupta, FPO, Chuchura and Sudipta Biswas, FPO, Medinipur

Published on 12th September 2020
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Urdu and then some: Poet Ankit Gupta's urge to help people and children is inspiring

Ankit Gupta's love for Urdu poetry is intense. Just as intense as his love for social service. He has providing smartphones to more than 75 kids in North India from the funds he has generate so far

Published on 6th September 2020
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Have JRF? No exam. No JRF? Write exam: Why PU's partisan stance on SC, ST, Minority scholarship holders reeks of exclusion

Departments like Anthropology, English, Biochemistry, Commerce, Economics, IB, Math, Social Work and others who have four or more vacancies have been completely reserved for JRF scholars

Published on 12th August 2020
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How Pearl Ganta is using her filmmaking to show us that every child matters 

Pearl Ganta is also the president of Rotary Club of Secunderabad Icons and under her leadership, about 300 trees have been planted. They have also adopted two government schools. This is her story 

Published on 6th August 2020
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This 13-year-old from Bengaluru is crowd funding to set up refrigerators for the poor

Mishant Jain was inspired watching his grandpa help poor and needy not just in Karnataka but in all the other states of India. He will be installing these refridgerators in 25 different locations

Published on 6th August 2020
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Welcome news that foreign universities may establish campuses in India, says US

Internationaliation of education will be facilitated through both institutional collaborations, and student and faculty mobility and allowing entry of top Universities to open campuses in India

Published on 4th August 2020

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