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'Reservation at school level creates an inclusive society'
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'Reservation at school level creates an inclusive society'

'Younger children don't really distinguish based on class, gender, income and so on.' IMAGE: 'There is an opportunity for children to form friendships across barriers. It is the best stage to make children more inclusive generationally,' says Tarun Cherukuri. Photograph: Reuters Can the reservation of seats for economically weaker sections in private unaided schools bridge the gaps we see in our society? Can it make it more inclusive? Is there a psychological cost that children from ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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Trend alert: Are you a weekend warrior?

High-income individuals are more likely to meet physical activity guidelines over the brief 2-day period, and remain behind their desks for the rest of the week.  This is Esha Gupta.She is HOT and fit.She is no weekend warrior.Be like Esha Gupta :)Photograph: @egupta/Instagram. Turns out, people with higher incomes tend to be 'weekend warriors,' getting most of their activity on only a few days a week. Previous research has shown that higher income individuals are more likely to be ...
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'By 2025, we will be corruption free'

'I feel now we have a leader who is non-corruptible.''But he needs time as corruption is deep-rooted in our society, and people have no shame about being corrupt.''It will take at least 7 years to make some real progress.'Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Ramgopal Agarwala, former chief of the World Bank resident mission's economic unit in Beijing, is now the chairman of the Delhi-based Pahle India Foundation. Agarwala joined the World Bank in 1971 and worked in senior positions across ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Indian students worry about physical safety in US: Survey

Indian students have a "high level of concern" about potential study in the US and a large number of them worry about their physical safety and about the feeling of being welcomed, according to a new survey. The Institute of International Education (IIE) ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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'There is no such thing as hate speech':The Left, Right, Centre & all that is wrong with India

Imagine a society that allows everyone to say anything about anyone. No holds barred views about gods, leaders, priests, imams and communities. Would it lead to a utopia or dystopia? The Orientals love their traditions – dowry, child marriage, and ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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Right to privacy: A citizen's inheritance

One of the crucial features of the right to privacy judgment is the understanding that democracy is founded on pluralism and diversity, and pluralism and diversity begin in the mind, says Gautam Bhatia.   In No Place to Hide, the book that chronicles Edward Snowden’s unmasking of the American mass surveillance regime, journalist Glenn Greenwald writes that “only when we believe that nobody else is watching us do we feel free -- safe -- to truly experiment, to test ...
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The world of honeybees The secret to becoming a queen You are what you eat" is a common adage among humans, but a new study explains why it might be more apt for honeybees. In a paper published in PLOS Genetics, researchers found specific molecules in the ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Microsoft CEO Nadella, Zuckerburg condemn Virginia violence

India-born Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Apple chief Tim Cook and Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerbeurg have condemned the violence at the white nationalist rally in Virginia, saying there is no place for hate and senseless violence. Terming the last weeks ...
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India, from the eyes of one who saw her birth

'Our biggest problem has been keeping this country together.''Nation building is never easy. It is a very difficult task.''Even 70 years is not too long a time.' An old time civility distinguishes Lieutenant General Anand Sarup, Mahavir Chakra. Decorated with the nation's second highest gallantry award for bravery in the 1971 War, the war hero is remarkably humble about his many military achievements. Just as India became free, he joined the Indian Army and has journeyed with the country from ...
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Half of cancer risk factors in China modifiable: Report

It has been revealed in a new report that half of all the cancer deaths in men, in 2013 in China, and more than a third of those in women were regarded as being caused by potentially modifiable risk factors such as smoking, alcohol, nutrition, weight, ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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