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Going green: Delhi Golf Club members plant 50 native saplings

The plants have been marked with placards with the name of the tree and name of the member who planted it.

published : 18 Sep 2019

Daya Gayathri: The voice of transgender community

From being harassed all her life to representing the transgender community at the students’ union, Daya Gayathri has come a long way.

published : 18 Sep 2019

People come together to help their priest

Shreekanth B R, Secretary of the TCDS told TNIE that a group of 40, including devotees, local residents and volunteers had been formed.

published : 17 Sep 2019

Creches to come up on sites for labourers’ children in Bengaluru

While these will be called ‘mobile creches’, they are not on wheels. They will be temporary spaces built by the construction company to serve as creches, which will be run by an NGO.

published : 17 Sep 2019

With free lessons, this Bengaluru-based Taekwondo trainer aims to create little champs

Hailing from an underprivileged background, Chanakya couldn’t afford to pay his coach and was fortunate to get a trainer who coached him for free.

published : 17 Sep 2019

A guiding voice: Polio could not stop him from achieving his dreams

I loved my job. I believe that only when you love your job and are passionate about it, you will be dedicated.

published : 17 Sep 2019

8750 students to turn messengers of public safety, discipline, social harmony in Vellore

Student Police Cadet programme was recently launched in the district in order to impart training to the students drawn from 199 schools in the district.

published : 16 Sep 2019

This IT professional is trying to inspire children to help him clean the Cooum

K Mugunthan turned to the village children and started teaching them how to protect the environment.

published : 16 Sep 2019

Wheelchair tennis ace eyes Tokyo Olympics berth
 

“It was May 30. I was taken to the Yelahanka Railway Hospital, but they couldn’t do anything about it and I was moved to the Yelahanka Government Hospital.

published : 16 Sep 2019

Class 12 student youngest in Karnataka to get pilot licence, wants to fly Modi

Vrinda Shihora took up the training for three months and is the youngest from Karnataka to have received a licence.

published : 16 Sep 2019

For this Bengaluru school students, mathematics is fun and easy!

On rolling the dice, they would throw up two different fractions and learning became so much more fun, thanks to Assistant Teacher Mahendra M.

published : 16 Sep 2019

IAF officer Anjali Singh becomes India's first woman defence attache at overseas mission

Wing Commander Singh has been posted at India’s embassy in Moscow and she took charge as deputy air attaché last Monday.  

published : 16 Sep 2019

This Chhattisgarh IAS officer pedals 100 km to end human trafficking

Nilesh Kumar Kshirsagar, IAS officer of 2011-batch, who covered 100 km in six hours on a bicycle, felt there is a greater need to jointly put up a big fight to end human trafficking.

published : 15 Sep 2019

Indian-American couple's USD 250 millon gift helps build US medical college

The single largest donation made by an Indian-American individual or family in the US, included a $50 million gift and an additional $150 million real estate and facility investment.

published : 15 Sep 2019

Good Samaritan: Cop turns midwife to help woman deliver

A woman police inspector turned a midwife after she found a pregnant woman crying for help at Choolaimedu in the wee hours of Friday.

published : 15 Sep 2019