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Here's how this engineering student from Odisha popularising Pattachitra by painting it on various mediums

Bhagyashree Sahoo, an engineer-turned-artist from Rourkela speaks about how she invested all her time during the lockdown to learn Pattachitra art and perfect it too 

Published on 18th January 2021
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Twenty-month-old baby's death gives a new lease of life to five patients including a five-month-old infant

Doctors at Sir Gangaram Hospital in Delhi retrieved her heart, liver, both kidneys and both corneas, and transplanted them in five patients including the infant.

Published on 14th January 2021
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Here's why author and illustrator Niveditha Subramaniam feels illustrations bring life to stories for children

Niveditha Subramaniam is a children's author and illustrator from Chennai. We find out more about her books, illustrations, how she engages children and a lot more

Published on 12th January 2021
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Literature from the South is pan-Indian, even global: Kerala Governor delivers the opening keynote of TNIE's Dakshin Lit Fest

Governor of Kerala Arif Mohammad Khan inaugurated The New Indian Express' Dakshin Lit Fest 2020 virtually with his wise words and implored us all to make the most of COVID-induced loneliness 

Published on 21st December 2020
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Ashwin Sanghi: Fact is stranger than fiction and I'm not surprised

The author adds that his books go beyond just the combination of myth and history. They bring in philosophy, science, theology, anthropology and quantum physics at times, he says

Published on 21st December 2020
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Here’s why the students behind The Project Amara want you to talk about menstruation, whatever your gender

It’s 2020 and menstruation should no longer be a taboo topic, believe the co-founders of The Project Amara. We speak to them

Published on 10th December 2020
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Inside India's storytelling boom: The art of telling a great story to kids in the OTT generation

Storytellers across India share their interesting journey of telling stories and inflencing people both in their thoughts and behaviours at such a young age

Published on 6th December 2020
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This 2021 calendar conceptualised by a DU student and a photographer, features six models with disabilities

Titled Oddity: Don’t Bend, Don’t Blend, it aims to create awareness and raise funds to help out NGOs that help people with disabilities

Published on 2nd December 2020
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Bollywood fraternity comes together to mourn football legend Diego Maradona's demise

Director Shekhar Kapur, who is currently in London, called the late veteran "the greatest genius in football after Pele", the Brazilian legend

Published on 26th November 2020
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UNICEF warns emergence of 'lost COVID generation' over pandemic's impact on children

According to the report, one in nine coronavirus cases in 87 countries were confirmed in children and adolescents under 20 years of age, or 11 per cent of all 25.7 million cases reported 

Published on 19th November 2020
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Indian tech start-up, 114 AI Innovation bags UK-US space contract

The joint UK-US pitch initiative aims to find, fund and fast-track innovation and technology that would give advantage to military personnel and operations in the space domain

Published on 19th November 2020
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Study finds 7 out of 10 Indian parents think there's no health risk if their kids go back to school

The study also found that teachers and parents are not happy the way classes are being conducted online — 90 per cent of the teachers said that they were unable to properly assess the students

 

Published on 17th November 2020
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Why you should read about transgender folk artist Manjamma Jogathi's life in this Kannada book

Manjamma Jogathi, a transgender and popular folk artist speaks about her life story being turned into a book and the need of queer literature in Kannada languages

Published on 15th November 2020
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My book will now be better understood: Malayalam author S Hareesh

JCB Prize winning author S Hareesh is confident it would be viewed in its proper context and that too by a wider audience that translations reach out to with such works.

Published on 11th November 2020
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Rowling weaves believable fairytale for all ages: 8 Indian children among illustrators

Eight Indian children are among the 34 from five countries who made the final cut for the book, released by Rowling on Tuesday

Published on 10th November 2020

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