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Why WeMove Theatre's eight-month acting course Navarasa could bring out the actor in you

Interested in acting and daydreaming about becoming a famous theatre artist or film star? Then, grab the opportunity and study this course offered by Bengaluru's WeMove Theatre

Published on 3rd August 2020
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How Odia rapper Dule Rocker's Hashtag Lockdown video, shot on a mobile phone, has made waves on social media

Duleswar Tandi AKA rapper Dule Rocker is from Odisha and has been rapping for a long time now. Only now, has he started garnering praises from several celebrities and we talk to him about it and more

Published on 23rd July 2020
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Migrant workers turn to agriculture, start own businesses as lockdowns end, find career counsellors as support

The question varied from job search to getting back to their workplace safe to even mental health issues and the AVSAR is helping them find an answer

Published on 19th July 2020
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Vidya Balan's new song 'Pass Nahi Toh Fail Nahi' will loosen up the fear of maths

The two-minute and 27-second long video begins with a lively interaction between Balan and a bunch of young kids. She explains that maths is nothing but a subject "full of magic" 

Published on 21st July 2020
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Zoom breaks TikTok's record of most downloads on Apple App Store

App Store installs grew 22.6 per cent to 9.1 billion, while Google Play saw 34.9 per cent growth, reaching 28.7 billion

Published on 21st July 2020
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Mira Nair to adapt New York Times article The Jungle Prince of Delhi in a series 

Written by Ellen Barry, the article reveals the truth about the history of royal family of Oudh, who lived in a ruined palace in Delhi and claimed to be the heirs to the fallen kingdom

Published on 10th July 2020
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Online searches for TikTok, WeChat rise and fall dramatically after app ban  

While searches for apps like Tik Tok, Shareit and UCBrower increased at a meagre rate, searches for WeChat and Weibo tanked into negative territory

Published on 5th July 2020
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This UK-based English language expert can jazz up your kids' English with a ten-day online course. Sign up NOW!

Help your children improve their grammar, public speaking skills, accent, pronunciation and writing via the Jazz Up Your English online workshop full of stories that are more than just that  

Published on 3rd July 2020
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How Sudha Muttal overcame caste discrimination to deliver 5000 stage performances before she turned 30

At 29, Sudha Muttal has managed to deliver over 5000 performances and is changing the lives of young Dalit women in her village in rural Karnataka using the power of theatre

Published on 3rd July 2020
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This Odia art teacher's short film is about a theatre director's struggle to keep the stage relevant in an OTT-obsessed world

The film Mahanataka attempts to revive the love for Indian classical drama in the hearts of one and all. Director Vishal Patnaik takes us all through the making of this film and his thoughts about it

Published on 1st July 2020
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NSUI protest at Pondicherry University against demand for exam fees despite cancellation of exams  

Various student bodies have been protesting against the University administration demand for exam fees despite cancellation of exams

 

Published on 29th June 2020
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Being Saloni Gaur: Meet the Instagrammer whose Nazma Aapi character trolls pretty much everything

From CAA to the PM-CARES Fund, from the Janta Curfew to the lockdown in general — if it has happened, Saloni has spoken about it. And this is exactly why we love it every bit of it

Published on 21st June 2020
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Mental health matters: Why Young India is depressed and anxious about life in a post-COVID world

While mental health is still stigmatised in a society like ours, it is important that we address the elephant in the room —anxiety, stress, depression, paranoia that has been on a significant rise

Published on 25th June 2020
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Study shows children consume more food, sleep longer, get more screen time during lockdown, taking toll on health

With no clear timeline of when the schools will open, Indian parents are doing all they can to ensure their children stay fit

Published on 25th June 2020
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Heart It Out provides counselling in 11 Indian languages and has a zero wait time policy

Nithya Rao, Psychologist and Founder of Heart It Out, talks about how mental health and counselling can shape people's life. They provide counselling in 11 different langauges to help speak out

Published on 14th June 2020

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