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Muthalamada seeks redemption through ballot
The Hindu

Muthalamada seeks redemption through ballot

Now aged twelve, Sharanya was diagnosed with cerebral meningitis on the 28th day of her birth. She was also diagnosed with hydrocephalus. She can sit only with support of others. Born close to a mango orchard where banned pesticide endosulfan was ... The Hindu, 1 week ago

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82 from Tamil Nadu secure ranks

Chennai : Of the 82 Tamil Nadu students who secured ranks in the exams, Chennai student Sharanya Ari secured the overall seventh rank and was the state's topper. My parents had a goal that I have to serve the nation. So, I chose civil service ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Tamil Nadu topper bags 7th rank in UPSC exams  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago After four tries, Tamil Nadu girl secures 7th rank in UPSC exam  New Indian Express1 week ago It's fourth time lucky for determined Tamil Nadu aspirant  New Indian Express1 week ago

4th time lucky, Chennai girl bags 7th rank in UPSC exam

Chennai: Chennai: Third time's a charm may be a popular saying but Chennai girl Sharanya Ari struck gold in her fourth attempt at the all India civil services exam. After failing to clear her three previous attempts, Sharanya scored an all-India ...
 Times of India1 week ago Chennai emerging as coaching hub for civil service aspirants  Times of India1 week ago
New Indian Express

Train Online to Crack UPSC

If you are a civil services aspirant and wondering how to crack the UPSC exams and the interview, here is a free online platform, where serving civil servants of different cadres are mentoring hundreds of students through Telegram messenger groups ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago Now, you can train online to crack the UPSC  New Indian Express5 days ago

Indian schools exult over Class XII results

There was jubilation across the Indian Schools when the Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) class 12 results were announced on Saturday. Teachers, students and parents are ecstatic over the excellent performance of the achievers. At ...
 Oman Tribune1 day ago CBSE Class XII results: Students of Indian School Al Seeb excel  Times of Oman2 days ago CBSE Class XII exam results: ISS students make teachers, parents proud  Muscat Daily2 days ago State students shine in ICSE exams  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

Tamil Nadu topper to train aspirants online

BENGALURU: Civil servants of different cadres are mentoring hundreds of students through Telegram messenger groups. IT engineer Sharanya Ari, who secured the seventh rank in the UPSC Civil Services Examination in India and the Tamil Nadu topper, ...
 New Indian Express3 days ago

Poverty no bar for these achievers

Coimbatore: When 20-year-old B Kalaivani, a machine operator in KPR Mill's garment unit, quit her studies five years ago to supplement her family's income, she thought her dream of pursuing education was over. Her family needed her to work in the ...
 Times of India5 days ago

Activists notice decline in animal cruelty cases

Nashik: It seems that the city is turning into a heaven for animals. Activists have claimed that they have noticed a decrease in the number of cases of animal cruelty by about 30% in Nashik over the past few years. Activists believe that awareness ...
 Times of India5 days ago
Mumbai Mirror

Flash back: Dancer in the dark

Chandran striking the shalabhanjika pose in the Khajuraho temple complex Bharatanatyam exponent Geeta Chandran pays homage to her friend, Rakesh Sahai, who documented her work for almost a decade. This photograph, taken a few years back, is ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago
Hindu Business Line

The dystopia of body panic

The second thing I did after finishing Alexandra Kleeman's terrifying debut novel You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine was to reach for a slice of walnut cardamom cake — knifed with tiny, dark rosebuds, its icing colding into a crust on my plate — ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago
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