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26 Feb 2017
Everything you need to know about cracking NEET
Life lessons by shooting hoops
He knows the art of making a film on Rs 200 or less
Think before you If we were set out to buy a mobile phone, but instea
29 Aug 2017
These were the pick of the queries received via WhatsApp and answered by life coach Adarsh Basavaraj. Keep them coming!
06 Mar 2017
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a global IT services, consulting and business solutions organisation announced a partnership with the ICT Academy, an initiative of the Government of India in collabo
Parvathi Benu learns about aphasia and how specialists from the US are helping patients talk
Sharon Joy, granddaughter of heart surgeon Dr K M Cherian, talks to Jasmine Jerald about the loss of her father, the opportunity to attend global conferences and more
The 89th Academy Awards witnessed quite an unusual drama that had the Twitterati use the hashtag #OscarBlunder in their tweets.
The Unreserved: A peek into the general compartment &nb
IIT grad Samarth Mahajan’s docu The Unreserved takes a look inside crowded trains, finds Mathew Joy Mathew
Deepak Mehrotra, Managing Director, Pearson India shares his views on what our country needs to do to be globally relevant
Mathew Joy Mathew talks to Navneeth Unnikrishnan about his far out love for deep space photography
As Sahol Hamid takes over as the new Vice-Chancellor of BS Abdur Rahman University in Chennai, Blessy Mathew Prasad spends some time listening to his journey from being a Malay gangster to the first f
Meera Suresh finds out how NaturUp is melding nature and technology to create new-age natural products
Belief is powerful, it makes you do incredible things.
RSDC and Hindustan University’s new programme will provide youngsters the necessary skills to join the rubber industry, finds Blessy Mathew Prasad
The SAFE helpline ensures that you’ll never feel unsafe when you’re in Electronic City, finds Parvathi Benu
Dr Roberto Trotta, theoretical cosmologist talks to Jasmine Jerald about the universe, cosmology, and life on other planets
Loop Reality, a Hyderabad-based start-up, is introducing VR into the world of daily fitness, finds Sri Lakshmi Muttevi
Atwo-day international conference on innovations in Engineering, Technology and Science was held at K Ramakrishnan College of Engineering on February 24 and 25.
Civil Engineering students of the college were trained in the basics of concrete technology
27 Feb 2017
What is the difference in meaning between these two phrases: i) hazardous-waste management and ii) hazardous waste management? In the first phrase ‘hazardous-waste management’, the waste is hazardous
am an engineer in Computer Science. What are the options available for me to become a scientist in Space Science? Your best option is to opt for the Indian…
Seema Rajpal talks to Dr Soumyendu Shankar Ray about his book that unveils Odisha’s gems of architecture.
What keeps a biker going even after he’s broken bones? Kovai’s stunt biker Sathyaraj shares his story with Mathew Joy Mathew
Nitika Gadura’s doodle made her one of the winners of Google’s Web Rangers competition, finds Parvathi Benu
The government’s latest push on digital India opens up a vast array of employment opportunities for our young graduates.
These kids from Bengaluru are creating an environment of inclusivity through their plays, finds Blessy Mathew Prasad
NTU President Bertil Andersson spoke at the Special Convocation held at SRM University recently
Parvathi Benu chats up Eshan Hilal, who is among the few male belly dancers around
The country’s best architects battled it out to create space in motion. Blessy Mathew Prasad looks them up
Two 20-year-old students are fighting against gender inequality and patriarchy through art and a Facebook page, finds Parvathi Benu
The Adi Shankara Young Scientist Awards 2017 recognised the contributions of young scientists and provided them opportunities to grow
Today, I thought I’d discuss about something that has caught on as a result of the digital era on one hand and the franctic attempt to find a soulmate on the other. Call me crazy, but somewhere I feel that some
20 Feb 2017
Sahyadri College’s event Aerophilia has opened avenues for aviation courses, finds M Raghuram
Monday morning blues, a term coined to indicate an intense displeasure of going to work. Surveys across several thousand employees reveal that less than fifteen percent of the global workforce actuall
Comedian Naveen Richard narrates the funny tale that is his life to Parvathi Benu
Trainer to the astronauts Dr Ken Johnston discusses Neil Armstrong, aliens and NASA’s transparency with Parvathi Benu
Animal lovers can now feed their passion by volunteering at this zoo, finds Sri Lakshmi Muttevi
A group of Coimbatore-based students have come together to fight off social evils and raise funds to help the needy through their trust ‘Maattram’. Rachel S M Windsor finds out
Uncovering the secrets of the deep
Scuba diver and underwater cinematographer, Sumer Verma shares his journey with Mathew Joy Mathew
Tushar Kaushik talks to Sunil Chhetri, the force behind the Indian football team and captain of Bengaluru FC, about life on and off the football field
Telugu Desam Party pulls out of NDA; to move no-confidence motion against Modi govt.
Class 12 Accountancy paper not leaked, clarifies CBSE; Vows strict action against rumour-mongers
Death toll in Lahore suicide blast rises to 9
TTV Dhinakaran floats new political party - 'Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam'
TN farmers receive ₹3, ₹4, ₹5 and ₹10 as crop insurance disbursal
INX Media case: HC grants bail to Karti Chidambaram
Headmaster of a high school in West Bengal suspended for leaking board question papers
Indian Railway to introduce biodregadble food packaging on premium trains.
23 travellers kidnapped in Nigeria's northwestern state of kaduna
Nationwide state of emergency declared in Sri Lanka to quell anti- Musilim riots
US emerges as top export destination for India with USD 47.9 billion shipments
Vistara to expand its fleet of aircrafts by acquire six Boeing 787s
Joe Root praises Alastair Cook and Moeen Ali in first win as Test skipper
Wimbledon: Nadal and Murray cruises to fourth round