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UPSC Topper dreams of a Perfect India
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UPSC Topper dreams of a Perfect India

'When I was young, I used to look around the village we lived in.''There was a lack of resources -- no proper health centres and schools.''I felt that becoming an IAS officer would help solve those issues.' IAS topper: 'Never feel low in confidence after failure' IMAGE: Nandini K R topped the Union Public Service Commission examination on May 31.All photographs: PTI For the third year in a row, a woman topped the Union Public Service Commission examination -- Tina Dabi cracked it in 2016 and ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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M'luru lad to compete in international math olympiad

Aditya Prakash, a Class 11 student from Mangaluru, has been selected for the 58th International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) to be held in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, in July. He is among six students from India who will take part in the coveted mathematics ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Rs 125-crore marks card racket busted in Bengaluru

The Central Crime Branch (CCB) says it has caught a five-member group that ran a massive racket selling 1.6 lakh fake marks card for a whopping Rs 125 crore in the last three years. Five people have been arrested in Bengaluru and Delhi. The racket was ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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How Sangh plans to 'decolonise' education

The RSS realises that with a majority BJP government at the Centre and in several states, now was the best time to undermine and perhaps outdo the Congress-Left ‘stranglehold’ over campuses and young minds. Radhika Ramaseshan reports. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Why is Napoleon not known as France’s Samudragupta, instead of the other way round? Why is Chanakya doomed to bear the label of India’s Machiavelli, instead of swapping the honour? When other ...
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Journalists must maintain reliability: Sumitra Mahajan

[India], June 22 (ANI): Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has called on journalists to maintain their reliability, study their respective subjects deeply and report in all fairness. Addressing the Narad Jayanti Patrakar Samman Ceremony organized by ...
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Refugee or migrant? Sometimes the line is blurred

A dozen years before the influx of refugees and migrants to Europe’s shores would force policymakers to take heed, Michael Winterbottom’s 2002 docudrama In this World brought the inside story of international migration to the big screen. In ...
 catchnews.com5 days ago
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His dream is to build schools in India's remotest villages

At 19, he quit everything to work in a tribal village for free. Rahul Dubey was 19 when he left Delhi to work in a remote tribal village in Udaipur district for free. At 24, he's building a school in the same village and inspiring youngsters to complete their education, to say no to early marriage and find employment. What motivated him? What did he gain out of the experience? Rahul shares his dream with Rediff.com's Divya Nair. IMAGE: Rahul Dubey is proud of the school he's building with a ...
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The importance of stopover habitats

The bright red vent of a bird that's surprisingly round as it sleeps is starkly visible among the branches. It has its head tucked under the wing, and appears as a fluffy tuft of feathers at first glance. This is the Indian pitta, whose distinctive ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

'India's objections to B&R a show for domestic politics'

Indias refusal to join Chinas Belt and Road Forum was "partly a show" for domestic politics and aimed at piling pressure to get Beijings "special attention", a state-run Chinese daily said today. "India hopes that it can shape bilateral relations more ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Normalising mediocrity: Why Chetan Bhagat doesn’t belong in DU’s (or any) syllabus

Come July, Delhi University's second-year students will study Chetan Bhagat's Five Point Someone as part of their syllabus, along with Louisa M Alcott’s Little Women , Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express and JK Rowling’s Harry ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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