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August, 2016

  • 25 August

    List of Essay Competition 2016 winners

    Winners of Essay Competition 2016

    Hyderabad Youth Mirror, an online magazine for students and youngsters, announced results of its second annual Essay Writing Competition today. List of Winners: PRIZE NAME COLLEGE PLACE First Mohammed Sanaullah Farhan University College of Law, Osmania University Hyderabad Second B.M. Mukesh Kumar University Arts & Science College Warangal Third Avinash Akella Vasavi College Of Engineering Hyderabad Consolation B. Sylvia Suhasini …

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  • 20 August

    Workshop on Neuro Linguistic Programming

    Workshop on Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) in Hyderabad

    Hyderabad Youth Mirror (HYM) has collaborated with NLP Expert Trainer Er. S Ameenul Hasan to present a one day workshop on Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) on August 27 at Hotel Pearl Regency in Lakdikapul, Hyderabad. This is one of it’s kind initiative from HYM for the benefit of students and youngsters. A brief overview of the topic and speaker is provided below for your kind …

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  • 15 August

    Rise above community politics to become a leader like ‘Azad’: Interview with Zafar Sareshwala

    Zafar Sareshwala, Chancellor of Maulana Azad National Urdu University

    Chancellor of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), Zafar Sareshwala talks about Muslim leadership, campus politics, New Education Policy, and initiatives to ameliorate brand-image of MANUU in a telephonic interview with Fasiullah SM. Below are the excerpts. 1. Independent India got its first Education Minister in Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. Why more such persons did not rise to prominence thereafter? …

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  • 6 August

    Uniform Civil Code Not Acceptable, says Indian Muslim leaders

    Uniform Civil Code in IndiaUniform Civil Code in India

    Hyderabad: In a rare display of unity, Muslim leaders representing various sects, schools of thoughts, organisations and political parties, joined hands to express their opposition to Uniform Civil Code. “Uniform Civil Code is not acceptable under any circumstances. We will not tolerate any kind of intrusion in the Muslim Personal Law and we will do everything to fight against interference …

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  • 5 August

    Blueair advises athletes at Rio 2016 to breathe carefully

    Blueair advises athletes in Rio 2016 to breathe carefully

    Blueair believes all the athletes competing in Rio Olympics should be encouraged to wear air pollution face masks to protect their health when competing in urban environments suffering severe air pollution. India, August 5, 2016 –World-class athletes competing in the upcoming Rio games will not only be battling for gold medals but also for clean air to breathe in the …

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  • 5 August

    Dy CM Mahmood Ali leads all Departments Meeting for Haj Camp

    Dy CM Mahmood Ali leads all Departments Meeting for Haj Camp in Hyderabad

    Hyderabad, August 4: Mr. Mohammed Mahmood Ali, Deputy Chief Minister, Government of Telangana, reviewed the arrangements being made for successful conduct of the Haj Camp 2016, and instructed that excellent arrangements should be made for the smooth departure of the Haj pilgrims from Hyderabad Embarkation Point. He said that the Chief Minister Mr. K. Chandrasekhara Rao desired that no stone …

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  • 4 August

    Air Pollution Threatens Mental Health of Children: Study

    Air Pollution Threatens Mental Health of Children, A Swedish Study

    A dangerous link between polluted air and childhood mental illness is exposed in a newly published study by Swedish researchers. Blueair, a world leading air Purification Company founded in Sweden 20 years ago, described the research – the first of its kind to study the impact of polluted air on young children and adolescents under 18-years – as a frightening …

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July, 2016

  • 30 July

    Courts and corporations sans free speech

    Nalsar University of Law, Justice City, Shamirpet, Telangana

    There’s least free speech in corporate workplace and court premises, said two experts while decoding the concept of free speech before law students in a literary event at Nalsar University of Law. The court is a hierarchical space with least scope for free speech, noted Andhra Pradesh High Court lawyer Vasudha Nagaraj as a one of the panelists of discussion …

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  • 29 July

    Educational institue Aakash announces scholarship exam for 2016

    Aakash announces 'ANTHE' scholarship program for 2016

    Aakash Educational Services has announced its scholarship exam Aakash National Talent Hunt (ANTHE) for 2016. The exam is categorized into ANTHE (Senior) and ANTHE (Junior). The institute, which trains aspiring doctors and engineers, said the exam will be conducted on October 23, 2016 across 22 different states in India. Last date for receiving application for the scholarship exam is October …

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  • 26 July

    Movie Review: ‘Rajakiyam’ portrays student power in politics

    Rajakiyam - A RD Productions film on student power in politics

    “Naykudu seat ekkalanna digalanna oka students ke sadhyam autundi.” This powerful dialogue from a new short Telugu movie Rajakiyam reiterates that students could bring a leader to power or snatch his power. We have recently witnessed two important incidents that would definitely become part of students history in Indian – Suicide of Rohith Vemula and issue of Kanhaiya Kumar. A …

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