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Comics, caste, conversation: The curiously delightful world that Rajesh Rajamani has created

Rajesh Rajamani talks about how he conceived the idea of initiating conversations on caste, gender through comics

Published on 24th September 2020
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Birth of panda cub in US zoo provides 'much-needed moment of pure joy' 

The panda team heard the cub vocalize. Panda lovers around the world were able to see the birth on the zoo's Panda Cam. Zookeepers also were using the camera to keep an eye on mom and baby

Published on 22nd August 2020
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Karnataka boy who wrote exams using his toes has scored 67.84 per cent in SSLC

Kaushik Acharya's hands are not fully grown and therefore he was taught to use his feet to write or draw when he was only three years old. This is how and why he refused to use a scribe

 

Published on 10th August 2020
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Just a girl who travels: How this 32-year-old digital nomad gave up her job, her home to explore the world

Shivya Nath tells us about her innumerable adventures as she travels around the world solo, blogs about it and even has written a book on

Published on 3rd August 2020
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From U-19 cricketer to wheelchair bawse: What's keeping Preethi Srinivasan busy during lockdown?

Winner of multiple awards including the Kalpana Chawla award from the CM of Tamil Nadu, Preethi Srinivasan, via her initiative Soulfree, has impacted 800 people with disabilities till date

Published on 21st July 2020
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Why Prabhat Sinha quit a job in the US to set up a sports academy for underprivileged kids in rural Maharashtra

Prabhat Sinha tells us how with his Mann Deshi Champions programme, he is aiming to enable every girl child in rural India to play sports

Published on 7th July 2020
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The Sports School gives us an insight into how campus sports will change in a post-COVID world. Take a look

The Sports School is leaving no stone unturned to ensure that their students get back on the ground and start playing at the earliest

Published on 1st July 2020
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This boy from rural Karnataka is writing his SSLC exams using his feet sans extra time. This is his inspiring story

Kaushik Acharya's hands are not fully grown therefore he was taught to use his feet to write or draw when he was only three years old. This is how and why he refuses to use a scribe

Published on 29th June 2020
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With no money, this national Silambam champion has been stranded hundreds of kilometres away from home due to lockdown

P Kaushalya, a Master's in Physical Education student in Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore won the gold medal in the National Silambam Championship 2019

Published on 12th May 2020
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Moderate exercise in middle, older age cuts time spent in hospital, says study

The findings are based on a general British population cohort study of 25,639 men and women aged 40-79 living in Norfolk and recruited from general practices between 1993 and 1997

Published on 7th May 2020
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Extended lock-down could create additional risks for older people’s health

Loneliness and social isolation are linked to poor health and often prematurely force older people into rest homes, a study said

Published on 16th April 2020
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Flights, trains remain suspended, educational institutions closed, all congregations banned: Govt guidelines for lockdown 2.0

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Wednesday issued consolidated revised guidelines on measures to be taken by Ministries and Departments

Published on 15th April 2020
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John Collins, the Paper Airplane Guy, tells us why you should tune into his online workshops soon

Guinness Book of World Records holder for designing and flying farthest the world's paper airplane, John Collins tells us why making it is not child's play 

Published on 6th April 2020
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COVID-19: Parents complain about demand of school fees, admin worried about paying salaries

Private schools, however, believe that the period is not a "holiday" period and the staffers are working as much as they would have in schools

Published on 6th April 2020
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Why co-living at Zolo could be your new nirvana, in a post-lockdown India

Nikhil Sikri, Founder of Zolo Stays speaks about the quality co-living spaces they provide for students at reasonable rates across different cities in India including Bengaluru, Hyderabad and others

Published on 6th April 2020

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