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Aug 09, 2017
India March for Science: Thousands throng the streets seeking better fund for research infrastructureThousands of scientists from India’s premier research institutions and colleges are taking to the streets in 25 cities across the country to demand the development of science
Aug 04, 2017
A friend indeed: How Sakhi's Aarti Naik is ensuring an education for girls living in slumsNaik’s personal struggle lead to her initiative 'Sakhi for girls education'.
May 31, 2017
Exams are over, results are out, did you know that you could become a beer historian like Theresa McCulla?She started her career in the shadows working for the CIA, but a historian at a prestigious Washington museum has been thrust into the limelight after the American press dubbed her job researching beer the "coolest in the world."
May 28, 2017
Manchester terror attack: Donors give thousands to buy Manchester rescue workers a drinkRescue workers raced to the scene to aid victims of the bombing in the northwestern English city, which injured another 116 people.
May 25, 2017
Taiwan's landmark ruling in favour of gay marriage possible because of Chi Chia-wei's 30-year-long activismDraped with rainbow flags and waving a huge rainbow banner, celebrated activist Chi Chia-wei stood triumphant in front of cheering crowds after Taiwan's top court ruled in favour of gay marriage.
Feb 22, 2017
UP's child development metrics are on the way up thanks to tireless efforts at Anganwadi centresThanks to the contributions made by like-minded individuals committed to bringing about a change, the condition of children in the state is improving
Dec 08, 2016
How Kerala's Kodinhi village was saved from communal riots after the killing of a Muslim convertBut when the situation threatened to get out of hand, Kodinhi found its saviours in the mosque committee and the Imam
Apr 27, 2016
Tent dealers come together to help curb child marriages in Rajasthan47000 marriage tent dealers of the Rajasthan Tent Dealers Kiraya Vavshya Samiti have decided not to supply tents and wedding materials for child marriages.
Apr 25, 2016
Ex-US Air Force officer transforms daughters of Indian sex workers into ‘krantikaris’Former US Air Force officer Robin Chaurasia co-founded the non-profit 'Kranti' in 2011 to empower the marginalised girls to become agents of social change.
Mar 16, 2016
Mexico's vigilante officers use comedy to fight lawlessness; upload videos of civic offendersMexicans are taking to social media to post videos of bad behavior, led by two heroes who wield comedy to expose lazy cops, litterers and arrogant drivers