Election Commission Should Disqualify Modi said Patil

Prime Minister used Pulwama attack as a tool to run the election campaign Bengaluru, April 8, 2019 By SA Gayatri and Saloni Arora With the upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha elections in the country, Congress leader H.K. Patil in Bengaluru said, “Election commission should maintain a good and fair relationship with the people.” “Kalyan Singh who […]

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Philanthropy for Social Change!

 People have started investing in philanthropic activities for social change. The country’s philanthropic sector is seeing a spur as more and more people are coming forward and contributing in philanthropic activities. Businessmen, individual organizations, and even citizens are standing up and investing in the sector to bring about a social change in society. Recently, Hurun […]

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The Success of #FridaysForFuture Leads the way

Many similar movements have sprung up to support the movement. By Aiswarya Sriram. Bangalore, April 8, 2019. The Fridays For Future movement started by Greta Thunberg, a high school student who protested in front of the Swedish Parliament offices, asking them to make laws to protect the climate, has gained impetus, and other movements like […]

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Wellness Against Sick Leaves.

Many people tend to take sick leave due to depression, stress, and anxiety. By Thanuja.M Bengaluru, April 8, 2019. A report given by the Lancent Institute of Public health, shows that the workplaces in India should have wellness programmes, which could save the Indian corporate sector up to US$20 billion,  reducing employee absenteeism associated with […]

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Turning a Blind eye Towards the Planet’s Health

Lack of will to act on climate pledges by countries delays action to reduce CO2 emissions. By Sharathkumar Nair Bengaluru, March 28, 2019: According to the International Energy Agency’s latest report, China, USA, and India were the top contributors to C02 emissions. The growing demand for energy globally has led to both the developing and […]

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Former Chief Minister Answers Live on Twitter

The former Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah was live on Twitter – answering questions that were posted using the hashtag ‘AskSiddaramaiah’. The Leader of Congress Legislative Party in Karnataka touched on many topics ranging from the Rafale planes deal to questions about Narendra Modi, to his expectations of the upcoming 2019 elections. Siddaramaiah says”We are […]

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Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder still a Stigma in India

Social blame and lack of medical research have failed to recognise the disorder. By Sharathkumar Nair Bengaluru, March 21, 2019: Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder is a common neurodevelopment disorder most commonly diagnosed in children. But if left untreated during childhood, there is a high possibility of the child carrying the symptoms to adulthood. Men […]

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