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The Poetry Club Ankita Shah

Why Ankita Shah and The Poetry Club can help you rediscover your love for poetry

Ankita Shah talks about her tryst with poetry and what she plans to do with The Poetry Club, her fast-growing poetry movement

Published on 16th April 2019
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Tough on discipline and women's safety, how Kerron Reddy's policies have put AIMS on the map

Dr Kerron G Reddy, CEO, AIMS Institutes in Bengaluru, tell us about how they've brought in firm policies to battle sexual harassment and iron out disciplinary issues among their students 

Published on 16th April 2019
IIT Kanpur Scholar Subrahman

If I withdrew discrimination complaint, my PhD would have been cleared: IIT-Kanpur scholar Subrahmanyam Saderla

IIT-Kanpur's associate professor, Subrahmanyam Saderla, has been on the news for the "caste-discrimination and institutional harassment" he has faced at his institute

Published on 13th April 2019
TISS Guwahati Lal Poster

Lal Poster: Why you need to visit Gulal Salil's satire-laden art-politics page on Facebook

Gulal Salil, an Anthropology student at TISS, Guwahati runs an art page on FB that discusses poetry, politics, art-comics, cartoons, news analysis, film criticism, public/street and political/folk art

Published on 11th April 2019
Sanskari

When MBA takes a Sanskari swing: How this B-School is trying to bring in Indian values into management studies

WeSchool is probably the first B-School to take this initiative at its recently concluded graduation ceremonies at the Mumbai campus

Published on 11th April 2019
nikhil chandwani

A modern-day Hindu will unify Hindus from Sabarimala to Ayodhya: Nikhil Chandwani

Nikhil also became the youngest Hindi Feature Film Producer with Nadi Ki Beti, Sundari (She - The Movie). He taught as a visiting professor at Top B Schools of India

Published on 10th April 2019
Manipal

Want to be an art writer? Manipal's new MA in Ecosophical Aesthetics has everything from Theatre appreciation to Yakshagana electives

A blend of artistic thought and critical appreciation, this course could well be the thing that all aspiring writers have been waiting for

Published on 8th April 2019
Child Trauma Stomach Issues

Children suffering from trauma could be at risk of stomach issues later in life

For the study, 115 children adopted from orphanages or foster care homes on or before approximately they were two years old and 229 children raised by a biological caregiver were analysed

Published on 31st March 2019
Prajna Foundation Team

This forum established by PhD scholars from around Kerala aims to create a new intellectual space in the state

Prajna Foundation aims to create an intellectual space that is ideas for Kerala's thinkers

Published on 14th March 2019
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Meet this multi-talented five-year-old who is possibly the youngest author in the world

At the tender age of 5, Ayan Gogoi Gohain from Assam is a painter, a photographer, and a published author. The article follows Ayan's journey towards publishing his book Honeycomb, his interests, his

Published on 21st February 2019
Government School Teacher

This Karnataka govt school teacher is trying to bring about social awareness through his songs. Here's how

Hanumanthappa Kuri, a school teacher-cum-singer from Koppal has a huge fan following. All thanks to his melodious Kannada songs. Now, his songs are played to create awareness about various causes 

Published on 7th March 2019
Abhyasa Vidyalayam in Vijayawada

Why Abhyasa Vidyalayam in Vijayawada is the very definition of wholesome learning  

Abhyasa Vidyalayam in Vijayawada serves as a reminder to all of us about learning and how it need not be complicated

Published on 27th February 2019
Narthaki Nataraj Padma Shri award

Meet Narthaki Nataraj, the first-ever transwoman recipient of the Padma Shri award

54-year-old Narthaki Nataraj opens up about dance and being the first transwoman to receive a Padma Shri award

Published on 26th February 2019
Banwarilal Purohit

India's tolerance is guaranteed under the Constitution: TN Governor Banwarilal Purohit

The Governor said that during the last 16 months that he has spent in Tamil Nadu he has been exposed to the fascinating aspects of Tamil literature

Published on 21st February 2019
Malavika Banerjee

Why Malavika Banerjee doesn't feel the need to make the Kolkata Literary Meet 'different'

"I read faster on the Kindle because you can adjust the font size," says Malavika Banerjee, Director, Kolkata Literary Meet

Published on 21st February 2019

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