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Best Ideas for Social Change Come from Engineers: Novelist Sriram Karri at GNITS

Engineering students of GNITS Hyderabad at LiFe '16 literary festival

Best ideas for social change come from people with engineering background, said novelist Sriram Karri while addressing girl students of engineering at an event in G. Narayanamma Institute of Technology and Science (GNITS) yesterday. In his interaction on “Women must ‘Engineer’ India’s next revolution”, Karri referred to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Telangana’s IT Minister K.T. Ramarao as people …

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Conference to discuss directions of E-learning starts today at UoH

University of Hyderabad - HCU

An international academic conference to discuss directions of E-learning and their challenges has started today at University of Hyderabad (UoH). The two days conference, titled ‘International Academic Conference on Disciplinary Discourses on Use of Technology’, is organized by the UoH at its Seminar Hall in the Life Sciences building. The event is scheduled to be inaugurated by Andrew McAllister, Deputy High Commissioner, British Deputy High Commission, Hyderabad. Following …

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State Minority Commission Helps 3 Budding Sports Persons in Hyderabad

Amaan Ayub Khan felicitated at State Minority Commission office in Hyderabad

State Minorities Commission (SMC) has decided to help three budding sports persons belonging to the Minority community. These youngsters are residents of Hyderabad, Telangana. Boxing players Mohd. Mohsin and Shaik Nagma, and Tennis player Amaan Ayub Khan would receive financial help to further their practice and make career in the chosen sports. The SMC has recommended the Telangana government for …

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MSF Dares to Volunteer Free Medical Services in Conflict Zones, Seeks People’s Support

Sriram Karri in conversation with Martin Sloot of MSF India at Taj Banjara

Service to mankind is service to God. But serving people may endanger your own life, especially when you are doing it in conflict zones such as Chhattisgarh and Kashmir in India or Congo and Somalia in Africa. Medecins Sans Frontierers (MSF) or Doctors without Borders, a network of volunteers primarily from medical background, dares to volunteer free medical services even …

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