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#AmphanCyclone: Here's how you can donate to relief funds to help cyclone-ravaged Bengal and Odisha

Students, local groups, NGOs, and people from around the world are providing financial support to West Bengal after the super cyclone pummeled through the state leaving behind a trail of destruction

Published on 22nd May 2020
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#Notwithoutmydog: How dogs helped this Bengaluru pet activist's amputee grandmom

Sanjana Madappa's Facebook post about her grandmother and her pets is going viral on social media

Published on 12th June 2018
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#SwachhBharat: How SATO's unique toilets are changing India's sanitation scene

With its unique features, mainly the automatic flap door, SATO toilets ensure that flies and insects are kept away and people get to live in more hygienic conditions

Published on 17th August 2019
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#WomComMatters: Meet the woman who's trying to get the Telangana State Women's Commission up and running

Spurthi Kolipaka from Hyderabad and her team is campaigning for the Telangana State Women's Commission to get a chairperson and start to take up the responsibilities that they have been allotted 

Published on 9th April 2020
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'Little Mufflerman' was star attraction at Kejriwal's swearing-in ceremony on Sunday

Many people, including party lawmaker Bhagwant Mann, were seen shaking hands with the boy and taking pictures with him as Kejriwal took oath as the national capital's chief minister for the third time

Published on 16th February 2020
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"We're standing up for some important values," says Newcastle University's Professor Richard Davies

The Pro Vice-Chancellor of Newcastle University speaks about their commitment to education, skill development and social justice

Published on 24th April 2019
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20,000 Corporation school students turn Health Ambassadors for 'Clean, Healthy Chennai' campaign

Tamil Nadu Municipal Administration Minister S P Velumani met the student ambassadors, congratulated them and gave them their identity cards

Published on 26th October 2019
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21,977 govt schools without girl's toilets in country: Minister

The RTE Act of 2009 specifically states that all school buildings must have separate toilets for boys and girls

Published on 4th January 2019
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27.1 crore Indians out of poverty between 2006-16. PM Modi's $5 trillion economy dream to come true?

India might actually be moving towards his dream. India, from 2006 to 2016 has improved from a Multidimensional Poverty Index of 0.283 to 0.123 which is a significant rise

Published on 12th July 2019
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30,000 daily wage and migrant labourers get food and shelter due to the work of this Delhi-based NGO

Apart from food and shelter, the Society for Promotion of Youth and Masses has also been training them to handle primary medical care in case the pandemic spreads within their community
 

Published on 1st May 2020
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After asking for a Diwali bonus, 2 sanitation workers in JNU sacked sans notice ​

One of the workers is the President of the workers' union and has actively participated and led movements to seek better conditions on campus

Published on 30th November 2018
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Arrange for students' food and transport, NSUI tells DU

The Congress' student wing has also demanded that the varsity administration must also arrange for transportation facilities for the students stuck in national capital away from their hometowns

Published on 28th March 2020
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At least 19 million children at imminent risk due to Cyclone Amphan in India, Bangladesh: UNICEF 

The extremely severe cyclonic storm Amphan made landfall at Digha in West Bengal and Bangladesh on Wednesday, leaving a trail of destruction

Published on 21st May 2020
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At least 40% countries failed to support learners at risk during COVID-19 crisis: UNESCO report

The annual report's fourth edition also pointed out that less than 10 per cent of countries across the world have laws that help ensure full inclusion in education

Published on 24th June 2020
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AUD campus workers fired for objecting to forced manual scavenging, students arrange solidarity protest

The students claim that the workers are being forced to enter sewers on campus and when they protested, their contracts were terminated by the University

Published on 2nd June 2019

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