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Mumbai University's Hip-Hop course begins on Sep 8, Pak artists to handle 'pro' sessions

The course has been designed for any +2 pass-out and is the precursor to a full-length degree programme that may come up eventually

Published on 23rd August 2018
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Why Navy officer Amiya Patra went from riding the sea to seeing through a camera's lens

The former defence man talks about his journey of discovery, how he left the service and how his movies have evolved over time

Published on 4th August 2018
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Read IPS Officer Amit Lodha's book on his experience of nabbing one of Bihar's most notorious gangsters

The book "Bihar Diaries" is already topping the charts and is on its way to becoming a film too, directed by Neeraj Pandey

Published on 1st August 2018
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Meet the 'desi detective' who is straight out of Zac O'Yeah's Hari Majestic Series

A Swedish man writing detective novels in and around Majestic area in Bengaluru is unheard of. Author Zac O'Yeah speaks about his love for Bengaluru and his detective trilogy, Hari Majestic Series  

Published on 13th June 2018
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The Bakul Foundation's Film Festival in Odisha was all about bringing excellent international children's films to kids

Bakul Foundation organised the Festival of International Children's Films in Bhubaneswar and Cuttack, which was indeed a treat for all the kids involved

Published on 13th June 2018
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Viji Narayanan's book has instances that every middle-aged woman can relate to  

The book 'Many Dreams Many Lives' aims to encourage middle-aged women to pursue their dreams and not give in to societal pressure

Published on 1st June 2018
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Play the street style! Nukkad Natak, a big hit across campuses in Bhubaneshwar

The group had performed in Rahagiri, Springfest, Manthan Street and for Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan Competition

Published on 17th May 2018
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How Ogre Head Studio's Asura is a game-changer in the Indian gaming industry

Ogre Head Studio's Asura is a loud proclamation to the world that Indians can create PC games and that Indian mythology can be cool

Published on 14th May 2018
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Move over mundane stuff, here are some thoughtful gifts for Mother's Day

For the nature-loving mothers, go for the Blue Moon Plant, the aloe vera plant for skincare-conscious mothers or a succulent plant which retains water in arid climates or soil conditions

Published on 12th May 2018
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Romance isn't trash! And no matter what you say, editors, writers and students agree!

Ever been ridiculed for reading a romance novel? We find out from editors, authors and book lovers if this attitude towards timeless romance has changed over time

Published on 30th April 2018

How YouTuber Anuja Kamat is making Indian classical music simpler to understand

Anuja Kamat is also interested in graphic designing and writing and looks forward to combining them with music for the promotion of fine arts

Published on 25th April 2018
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Study Khazana is giving vocational language training to rural girls for a nominal fee 

Study Khazana has already reached a large number of people through their YouTube channel, which has over a lakh subscribers

Published on 19th March 2018
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Catch Eve Ensler's iconic The Vagina Monologues at Mayfair Convention in Bhubaneshwar

Tanaya Patnaik, the organiser of the play The Vagina Monologues wonders if it’s the name that has Bhubaneswar sitting up and taking notice

Published on 24th February 2018
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Can a guy who scores good marks but can't communicate get a job: Chetan Bhagat asks students in Kolkata

The author of 'The 3 Mistakes of My Life' and '2 States' said there is a need to change the current education system to enable students to connect their knowledge with real life

Published on 23rd February 2018
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I was hoping for Hollywood, but settled for Bollywood: Pad Man Arunachalam

Arunachalam Muruganantham says that he wasn't keen on a Tamil adaption because it would have only spread the message to a small audience and the issue was a global one 

Published on 20th February 2018

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