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How Rekha Karthikeyan, the first licensed fisherwoman in the country traverses the roughest oceans and circumstances

Rekha Karthikeyan opens up about fighting for acceptance and survival even after the widespread recognition that she received

Published on 6th February 2019
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Tame your FOMO : Here are a few words that you must definitely know today

Have you come across these expressions: echo chamber, clickbait, binge-watch, youthquake, and FOMO (Fear of missing out)?

Published on 7th January 2019
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Surviving the Tsunami: Why Nagapattinam's survivors will never leave their town - or their ocean

On the 14th anniversary of the Indian Ocean earthquake that caused that horrific tsunami, we visit the historic coastal town to find out how the survivors had moved on - if they even had

Published on 26th December 2018
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Meet the Odiya Malayali: Migrant labourer scores 100 per cent marks in Kerala literacy exam

Mudad Revathi had been learning Malayalam for some time under the state-wide 'Changathi' programme

Published on 11th December 2018
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Kanyakumari boys exorcise ghost of Ockhi by emptying piggy banks for Kerala

Two young boys from the community donated their entire piggy banks to the cause, parents say as a fishermen community they felt they had to do something

Published on 22nd August 2018
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Abhaya Simha's Tulu adaptation of Macbeth bags him a second National Film Award

Shakespeare wrote 'What’s done cannot be undone’, but Abhaya Simha proves that it can be redone with his National Award-winning film, Paddayi

Published on 5th May 2018
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Mani Ratnam's film crew litters Kovalam with glass shards and metal shells

At least three volunteers involved in the clean-up operations have cut their fingers and toes while sifting through the sand for glass shards

Published on 30th April 2018
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Petrichor by Vipin Dhanurdharan celebrates tales from the undercurrents of Kochi

Vipin Dhanurdharan speaks about his latest art project, Petrichor and trying to bring light to a forgotten part of Kochi

Published on 21st April 2018
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Why Annie George is the BEDROC that Nagapattinam's women stand upon

Annie George is the founder of BEDROC, an organisation that helps build disaster-resilient, sustainable coastal communities in the regions most affected by the tsunami of 2004

Published on 6th March 2018
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Free Medical and Engineering entrance coaching for 50 students from Kochi's fishing community 

Apart from the year-long entrance coaching, the selected students will be given classes on communicative English by Sutherland Global Service

Published on 27th February 2018
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Here's how Kochi Biennale is bringing its art to the youngest of enthusiasts

The Biennale plans to create more space for children in the art world through Art Room and a number of other projects

Published on 31st January 2018
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Manisha Panicker's island resort will hike your love for travel, local culture and nature

Maneesha Panicker speaks about her love for slow tourism and establishing Kayal, a dream island location for tourists from across the world

Published on 16th December 2017
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Sharks and lost hope: Two women and their pooches rescued after five months adrift in the Pacific Ocean

Jennifer Appel and Tasha Fuiava accompanied by their two dogs had left for their trip in May and reportedly sent distress calls each day for 98 days but to no avail

Published on 29th October 2017
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Village Rockstars, the movie by Assamese filmmaker Rima Das, took the right turn to Toronto Film Festival

This filmmaker’s second venture Village Rockstars premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and we ask her how does one leverage the most out of film festivals among other things 

Published on 20th September 2017
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Remembering Jeppiaar: From silicone statues to hundreds of sketches, TN's late 'college king' gets his own museum

A year after he passed on, the man who was mercilessly parodied for his English, has an entire museum dedicated to him, curated by artist A P Sreethar

 

Published on 17th June 2017

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