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  • Jun 16 2019

    Kanhaiya M, a differently-abled student from Bangalore was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy, a genetic disorder that leads to deterioration of muscles and ultimately, the loss of muscle mass. He was bed-ridden during his II PUC and able to attend only one lecture class per day. But these, in Kanhaiya's eyes, were nothing more than obstacles to conquer in the way of his II PUC final exams. With the help of a Scribe to write down answers that he dictated, Kanhaiya answered as many questions as he...

  • Jun 15 2019

    Aanishka Sarpal, a student of the St Felix High School and Junior College in Pune won the 9th edition of the IIHM Young Chef India Schools culinary competition after months of hard-work. Aanishka first qualified within her school, then competed with contestants from other schools within the state and finally went on to win the national level competition from a total of 28,000 participants. Multiple tasks were presented to her to be completed within one hour and Aanishka credits her focus and...

  • Jun 14 2019

    Nia Tony, an Indian student from Dubai, won the Paper category of the Emirates Environmental Group's nationwide recycling campaign that aims to keep the environment clean and green. Nia went around campaigning in her neighbourhood, collected discarded paper and magazines from her friends at school for the purpose of recycling. In total, she collected a whopping 14,914kg of paper, the highest to have been collected among those participating. Seven-year-old Lacksana Karthikeyan was the runner up...

  • Jun 13 2019

    Uday Kiran Parida, a student from New Delhi, was eager to do his part to help the people of Odisha who were struck by Cyclone Fani. The 3rd standard student went selflessly to the Office of the Principal Resident Commissioner on 8th May, 2019 with two piggy banks that contained all the money he had saved over the years. His gesture was one of true empathy because he donated all of his Five Thousand Five Hundred and Thirteen ruppes that he had been saving to visit the Amusement Park that summer. ...

  • Jun 12 2019

    If you live in the tropics, you know how much of this fluid your body churns out, every time you are away from a fan or cooling system. Now imagine that every drop of your perspiration could be used up by your clothes to keep you cool! This is what Rohit Nemani, 17, aims to develop to help athletes sweat less. This cooling fabric is proposed to have electrodes woven into it. He explains that the salts contained in our sweat can be used to generate electricity using the electrodes. This electri...