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How Girish Karnad took art films to Dharwad and why he refused to stop screenings despite thinning audiences

Karnad set up the Chitra Film Society in 1971 because at that time, small towns did not have access to art films

Published on 10th June 2019
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MBA for the win: Why University of Essex' constantly 'updated' programme is awesome

Prof Nicolas Forsans talks about the MBA programme at UoE and what criteria the students must satisfy in order to pursue it

Published on 29th May 2019
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IAF's first 'All Women Crew' fly medium-lift helicopter Mi-17 V5 for battle training mission

The 'All women crew' flew a Mi-17 V5 helicopter for a Battle Inoculation Training mission taking off and landing from restricted areas at a forward airbase in South Western Air Command

Published on 28th May 2019
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Slow Clap: Why the Congress should have let us see the India Today interview tapes

Has he or has he not grown up and learnt how to answer the questions he is asked or is he still mugging up answers

Published on 7th May 2019
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Over 100 sanitary pad vending machines to be installed for women police officers in Mumbai

Action Committee Against Unfair Medical Practices along with the Brihan Mumbai police have launched a project "Smart Maitrin"

Published on 16th April 2019
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Govt orders all women's college hostels in Kerala to extend curfew to 9.30 pm

A picture of the GO has been doing the rounds on social media and comes on the back of protests for equal curfews for male and female students across Kerala

Published on 11th April 2019
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Dekho Magar Consent Se: Why JNU's women want sexist songs like Lollipop Lagelu banned

The campaign has urged DJs not to play songs that objectify women and cater to male fantasies at hostel events and other cultural nights

Published on 2nd April 2019
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A growing population calls for increased expenditure in education: Educationist Racquel Shroff

Shroff's Indian Career Education and Development Council (IECDC) conducted a career fair at the Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Ashok Nagar to help students transition into the workforce

Published on 14th March 2019
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What is stopping the Indian girl child from going to school?

In the last five years, the education sector has seen many straight and indirect problems from the government. On this International Women's Day, we take a look at this 

Published on 8th March 2019
Ghoomophiro - Solo Female Travel

The Ghoomophiro sisters from Delhi are making solo-travel safe for women in India

The sisters assure that ensuring safety is their key motto. All the recommended vendors have been first vetted by the team members

Published on 4th March 2019
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Why every child needs to read this book about India's greatest women ever

This coffee table book has 51 stories of inspiring women of India who have set the ball rolling. Starting from freedom fighter Sarojini Naidu to one of the first female fighter pilots Avani Chaturvedi

Published on 29th January 2019
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Madurai-based woman entrepreneur, whose success story was narrated in Mann Ki Baat, meets PM

She started her career by availing a loan under the Central Government's Mudra Yojana Scheme for Women and registered herself as a seller at the Government e-Marketplace (GeM) in November 2016

Published on 28th January 2019
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Over 2,000 differently-abled youth turned up for this super-inclusive dance festival in Bengaluru

Tandav, an inclusive dance festival organised by the NGO Smileys India, is held in Bengaluru every year in December

Published on 25th December 2018
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Saurabh Sabharwal's Volunteering Solutions opens up a world of opportunities for you to learn while travelling

Saurabh Sabharwal, Founder of Volunteering Solutions tells us more about the growing trend of Voluntourism in India

Published on 22nd December 2018
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Chuppi Tod app launched in Bihar against child marriage, sexual harassment

Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, the first openly gay prince in India, also lauded the Chuppi Tod strategy and said that he missed the much needed safe space being provided

Published on 19th December 2018

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