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Army rejected him, but teaching, dance, and students opened both arms to welcome this lieutenant 

From a family of army officers to becoming a dancing wizard to accepting his calling as a teacher, Akshay Mandlik now uses every possible medium to help his students

Published on 29th May 2017
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Cube Route: How Chennai's Mahesh Menon went from solving a Rubik's cube under his desk in school to winning a national competition

Mahesh Menon was just helping his mother shop when he came across some children playing with the Rubik's cube and he gave it a shot. That's how he won the Landmark Challenge

Published on 14th June 2017
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This +2 student from Arunachal Pradesh created echolocation goggles for the blind to 'see' like bats!

Anang Tadar's Goggles for Blind has won him a spot at the BRICS Young Scientist Conclave

Published on 26th June 2018
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Maharaja's College students remember Abhimanyu - the singer, football player and their comrade

Abhimanyu was stabbed to death on campus by members of a rival political party. His friends recall his charming personality and his unwavering faith in the SFI

Published on 8th July 2018
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How Facebook group Mana Miryalaguda is getting NRIs to give back to the underprivileged in districts back home

The Facebook page is the brainchild of a government employee Mannem Sridhar Reddy of Miryalaguda in Nalgonda district, Telangana who donates more than 40 per cent of his salary to the underprivileged

Published on 31st August 2018
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This Insta page shows that everyday life in Pakistan has a huge Indian fan following

EverydayPakistan, a project run by a 21-year-old student to break stereotypes has more than 60,000 followers in less than a year

Published on 29th September 2018
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Punchman of Odisha, Satyapira Padhan, is promoting sports among the rural youth of Kalahandi

His Facebook timeline is a sight to behold, filled with warm wishes, congratulations and blessings 

Published on 10th October 2018
SRM University, Andhra Pradesh - Amaravati

SRM’s latest campus in Amaravati holds a lot of promise and wishes to offer multi-disciplinary learning

Vice-Chancellor Dr Jamshed Bharucha holds a master’s from Yale University and PhD from Harvard University

Published on 31st December 2018
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This NGO is helping tribal kids from MP, Odisha, and Karnataka to become sports icons. Here's how

Plenty of tribal and underprivileged kids often lack the coaching to make it to the big stage. But this organisation of youngsters is firmly trying to ensure they get great coaching and make it count

Published on 11th January 2019
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All-women Lady Doak College in Madurai to host men's volleyball tournament for the first time

Till now eight colleges registered for this tournament. The tournament will be inaugurated by Tamil Nadu Football Association Vice President D Dhanushkodi

Published on 24th January 2019
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This retired army officer from Bellary continues to serve his nation by providing free training for IAF aspirants

After serving for 16 years in the army, Bellary's Mohammad Rafi is now working with a group of youngsters to help them pass their physical and theoretical exams and join the Indian Armed Forces

Published on 1st March 2019
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How elder kids are trained to be mentors at Ishva Foundation's summer camp

Ishva Foundation and their recently concluded summer camp was a hit. Apart from this, their initiatives have helped children to the extent that they are now district-level sportspersons

Published on 1st May 2019
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16-year-old boy from Nasirabad dies of cardiac arrest while playing Pub G

The sudden burst of excitement or fear of loss just like what happens to die-hard fans watching a nail-biting soccer match could have caused the cardiac arrest, says the cardiologist who treated him

Published on 31st May 2019
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IIT Mandi targets completing a greener and more sustainable campus meant for 2,500 students by 2021

With a target of completing 2.16 lakh sq mt of construction by 2021, the campus infrastructure will have the capacity to host 2,580 students

Published on 10th July 2019
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Patriarchy, moral policing and gender roles: How kids in Chennai school are conditioned

Gender segregation and patriarchal values are seemed to be taught from a young age. Here's a look at a few schools in Chennai

Published on 21st August 2019

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