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They were trolled, threatened and even bullied. But they don't seem to care as long as their social media posts are reaching the right people
#CAAprotest: Despite Section 144, Bengaluru continues to erupt in demonstrations, protestors detained
Historian Ramachandra Guha is among the protestors who came in waves to Town Hall, Bengaluru and were detained
Here are some of the most hilarious memes that have gone viral before Chandrayaan-2's landing on the moon. Check them out because we are still laughing
While the students of IIMC are protesting demanding affordable media education, we took a look at the fee structure of a few media institutes in the country
Girish Karnad was awarded the Padma Shri in 1974 and the Padma Bhushan in 1992. Considered a gifted litterateur, he was also awarded the Jnanpith award in 1998
India's much-touted youth are great when it comes to IT, engineering and so much more. But our researchers are still under-funded and face a societal stigma that runs deep. This is why
As the state is witnessing the worst calamity of the century, here is how you can help the victims
Sanjana Madappa's Facebook post about her grandmother and her pets is going viral on social media
In an effort to bridge the gap between high-end restaurants that claim to be accessible and the differently-abled community that cannot access it, a Christmas Lunch is being organised
#ThrowBackToday: 11 years ago today, corporal punishment allegedly pushed a student to suicide. But did it change anything?
In today's #TBT, we bring up the case of Rouvanjit Rawla, a student from Kolkata who died by suicide after being caned by his principal. Indeed, corporal punishment is a reality of our country...
In today's #TBT, we remind you about the war Irom Sharmila waged against AFSPA by fasting for 16 long years. It was a gruelling time for her, but her activism kept her going, onwards and upwards
In today's #TBT, we talk about the problem that is water scarcity. A study had estimated that it would be Karnataka's capital that would run out of water first, but guess which South Indian city did
Fourth-year student Goluguri Sai Sharat dies after falling off the college building on Friday morning. College maintains that it could not be a suicide because he had no academic pressure.
It might take a heavy dose of luck if you want to find a parking space in a city. Two youngsters, one an engineer with an MBA and the other, an MBA, came together with a plan to sort out this issue
Gomathi had won gold in the 800 metres event at the Asian Athletic Championship at Doha. She works as a tax assistant at the Income Tax department in Bengaluru
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