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Bomb goes off during exam in Bengal school, 50 students affected by noise and splinters

Most of the students complained of pain in the ears while others were treated for inhaling the toxic fumes 

Published on 20th November 2017
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This doll is India's answer to Barbie and we can't wait for it to make us proud at an international museum exhibition

A group of doll researchers from Korea has recently visited Kiyaa's doll factory in Hyderabad as a part of their research work

Published on 1st November 2017
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The other Swades story: Meet the Shah Rukh Khan of Halgara who is making the village a better place to live by tackling one issue at a time

There are many Indians who have done much for their community with the fruits they have reaped abroad. Datta Patil is one such example

Published on 22nd October 2017
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Art Ok Please: All India Permit's quest to make Indian truck art more accessible 

Farid Bawa’s company, All India Permit, aims at getting all that bizarre and bright art on trucks featured on your walls

Published on 20th October 2017
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For Divya Deepankar, the world is her audience, travel is her music and somewhere in your city, she will find her stage 

All the world's a stage and she is just a mere performer, travelling to dance and make her hastag #TereSheharMein trend globally

Published on 11th October 2017
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This video of Indians dancing to Rangeela in NYC is going viral and it's all Vinay Maloo's fault. Here's how he became obsessed with it

We find out why Rangeela New York, by the Pardesi Life Dance Project, is giving everyone the desi feels and making them think of Urmila all over again

Published on 3rd September 2017
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Meet Zee Music's artist Poojan Kohli whose second song Dil Haara should be out any day now

Vizag-based Kohli's started out in the Telugu music industry, but his second Hindi music video has been directed by Malik Ram with Sanket Sane as the music director  

Published on 30th September 2017
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Talking to Kriti Sanon, the closet nerd and the new brand ambassador for Education New Zealand, about her childhood and #educationgoals 

With Kriti Sanon as brand ambassador and a string of special initiatives for India, sthe Regional director also weighs in on how New Zealand is sure to win the hearts of Indian students

Published on 15th September 2017
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Atul Khatri tells you why stand-up comedy isn't that funny when you are not on the audience side   

Atul Khatri, who goes by the handle Horny Sindhi, talks about why he left East India Company and about the shelf life of a comedian

Published on 18th September 2017
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It's Festember time for NIT Tiruchy and over 1K college students from across India are attending

The fest, which will centre around it's theme for the year 'Orient', will also showcase flavours of East and SouthEast Asian countries

Published on 22nd September 2017
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After Sachin, Bajirao Mastani and Madras Cafe, Bishwadeep Chatterjee's name doesn't ring a bell, but his sound certainly does

When Bishwadeep Chatterjee was in Chennai recently, we set out to find the untold story of this National Award winner 

Published on 24th July 2017
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The Ashwin Sanghi Interview: 'I'm a huge fan of the works of both Amish and Devdutt'

You know Ashwin Sanghi as the author of a few mythology-based, fiction-thrillers. Now, you’ll also know him as the author of a series of self-help books

Published on 6th August 2017
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With an iPhone and his vision, this 16-year-old's ability to capture stories shines through 

Rameshwar Bhatt is young, imaginative and raring to go with his experimental ideas about filmmaking. He talks about his films and the filmmaking process

Published on 4th August 2017
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Bollywood has always looked out for me: Jagga Jasoos singer Tushar Joshi goes back to his roots

Singing for Ranbir Kapoor wasn’t Tushar Joshi’s dream but it sure was serendipity. He spills the beans about Mumbai, movies and what was it like to sing for Jagga Jasoos 

Published on 30th July 2017
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After Sachin, Bajirao Mastani and Madras Cafe, Bishwadeep Chatterjee's name doesn't ring a bell, but his sound certainly does

When Bishwadeep Chatterjee was in Chennai recently, we set out to find the untold story of this National Award winner 

Published on 26th July 2017

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