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Your child shares your DNA but they’re not born to fulfill your dreams: Gautami speaks about her game-changing education system 

Veteran actor, Gautami Tadimalla talks about her aim to alter the education system in rural areas, her letter to the Prime Minister, her NGO Life Again Foundation

Published on 24th March 2017
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Loyola's Perfect 100: Research on water, cancer and science helped Chennai College be the only one to score a ton in research component of NIRF ranking 

Besides being ranked the second best college in the country, the best in TN and South India, Loyola managed a perfect score in the MHRD's research index. Here's why

Published on 3rd April 2017
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This professor from Odisha who is researching on cancer genes might end up eliminating the deadly disease

Birendranath Banerjee believes that DNA-based research is the step towards cancer cures, and is on a mission to create more professionals for the world.

Published on 24th May 2017
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Nimmi Ramanujam's 'Pocket Culposcope' eliminates pain and could help women self-screen cervical cancer

The Indian-American professor and her team have developed the handheld, low-cost device which can be connected to a laptop or mobile phone

Published on 10th July 2017
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Chennai sprinter Blumen Rajan is in a race against time to beat cancer. Are you the stem cell donor who can help out today?  

A graduate of Madras Christian College, Blumen was diagnosed with CML and urgently needs a stem cell transplant. This is his story. Details on how you can help are here below

Published on 16th August 2017
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JIPMER to become the first central institute to have PET-CT facility for underprivileged patients

The centrally sponsored university in Puduchery will soon offer a facility for poor patients through advanced nuclear imaging technique

Published on 21st August 2017
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Couple goals: Chennai couple win Australia's top Science Award a year apart from each other

Madhu Bhaskaran, a native of Chennai has won the Eureka Award for her work in wearable electronics just a year after her husband won the same award

Published on 18th September 2017
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Locks of love: Scribes from St Agnes College join hands with an NGO for a hair donation campaign

As an initiative to solve the problems of the cancer patients, Journalism and Mass communication students from St Agnes came up with the idea of 'Locks of love', a hair donation campaign

Published on 11th September 2017
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A few years ago, he was a security guard. Today, Ere Gowda has penned the script of the National Award winning film Thithi

Ere Gowda's life from a security guard to a film maker is a reminder to everyone that dreams will come true

Published on 25th August 2017
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Buffer your sugar because people prefer their bad news served blunt, finds study

Researchers said that while relationship-related news may require a softer approach, physical news is often best delivered direct and unbuffered

Published on 8th October 2017
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Belling the tiger: Anna Hazare launched Srijan Pal Singh's latest book The Black Tiger, which attempts to provide solutions for corruption

Srijan Pal Singh is out with his next book The Black Tiger in which he offers suggestions to tackle corruption from all angles 

Published on 12th October 2017
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Simran Preet Kaur from Delhi is using embroidery to empower underprivileged women 

Pins & Needles, started by Simran Preet Kaur, helps underprivileged women battle financial troubles and illnesses in their families

Published on 13th October 2017
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Bengaluru school students turn guardian angels; crowdfund Rs 17 Lakh for cataract surgeries for the elderly

Apart from going door to door to spread the message, many students used their parents WhatsApp groups to spread the word since many do not have social media or mobile phones

Published on 19th October 2017
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#HimToo: Academia has mixed reaction to Raya Sarkar's list of naming and shaming sexual harassers

It has had its share of criticism and it's share of appreciation but what do the students and teachers who belong to the system think about this list.

Published on 26th October 2017
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Armed with the right diet, nutritionist Nikhil Chaudhary is waging a war against cancer  

Chaudhary gives talks at various schools and institutions and bats for a healthy diet to cure almost everything 

 

Published on 25th November 2017

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