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These students have developed some 'killer' games to help us in the war against COVID. Check them out!

The US Consulate in Hyderabad organised the CovidGameathon, a month-long event that called upon students to develop games that will help in spreading awareness about COVID. Here are the winners

Published on 14th July 2021

#ThrowbackToday: It was 61 years ago today that To Kill A Mockingbird was published and it's still a classic

In today's #TBT, since it's the weekend anyway, let's honour Harper Lee's book To Kill A Mockingbird in the best way possible, by diving deep into it via some good ol’ weekend binge-reading. Shall we?

Published on 11th July 2021

Here's how this attention training programme is benefitting kids with autism

The researchers developed and used a programme called CPAT - Computerised Progressive Attentional Training, which helped improve reading and recognising skill in participants over eight weeks

Published on 10th July 2021

It is official! Handwriting actually does trump watching video and typing: Research

The writing group ended up with more of the skills needed for expert adult-level reading and spelling because handwriting reinforces the visual and aural lessons

Published on 10th July 2021

COVID-19 third wave will be a 'ripple' if there's no new faster-spreading mutant: IIT Kanpur study

According to the Sutra analysis, if there is a faster-spreading mutant, the magnitude of the third wave will be "comparable to the first one"

Published on 3rd July 2021

Study finds that flickering screens may help children with reading, writing difficulties

This is the first time that such a link has been demonstrated between visual white noise and cognitive abilities in children with reading and writing difficulty

Published on 15th June 2021

How the pandemic turned this nine-year-old from Hyderabad into a published poet

Nitya Baldava loves reading, so poetry seemed like a natural transition. The Hyderabadi took to it like fish to water and continues to churn out poetry that is well beyond her age. Check it out...

Published on 26th May 2021

Meet 15-year-old Manasi Patil whose detective story can give Nancy Drew a run for her money

She waited till Nancy Drew's birthday to release her third book. Need we say anything more? That's how passionate Manasi Patil is about reading and writing an enrapturing teen detective mystery novel

Published on 15th May 2021

Microsoft Teams to soon help students boost reading fluency

The tool offers teachers the ability to assess accuracy rates, mispronunciations and more,

Published on 5th May 2021

Secondary schools reopen, domestic ban lifted in France as country gradually reopens

The French are now allowed to go further than the 10-kilometre (six-mile) from home limit that has been applied for four weeks in efforts to slow down the spreading of the virus

Published on 3rd May 2021

Think before installing apps that offer to check oxygen level in your blood. It's a scam

Doctors too warn that the accuracy of many apps, which claim to give a reading, are not medically verified

Published on 30th April 2021

What The FAQ: IMA VP called PM Modi a super-spreader. What is super spreading, who is a super-spreader?

While a super spreading event is when an infection is spread much faster than usual, the infected individual with the disease is known as a superspreader

Published on 28th April 2021

This librarian in Wayanad walks over 4 km a day to deliver books straight to people's doorsteps

The registration fee to join the library is Rs 25 and the monthly fee is Rs 5 Radhamani feels that by delivering books to people with various reading tastes, she herself is getting hooked to them

Published on 23rd April 2021

How this little Cuddalore children’s library is teaching lessons on inclusivity and diversity

Banumathi Jagadeesan runs Reading Space, Belongg Library’s Cuddalore chapter, from her own home where she houses about 400 books

Published on 14th April 2021
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Kerala Governor asks VCs of various universities to postpone offline exams due to COVID spike

Parents and students were anxious as the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic is spreading fast, he said and urged the government toseriously consider the matter

Published on 18th April 2021

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