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MCC grad Charu Mathi just wrote a book that shows us what it's like to live with Selective Mutism

Selective mutism is a complex childhood anxiety disorder characterised by a child's inability to speak in select social settings 

Published on 23rd July 2018
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'It's perfectly natural': College students across Chennai feel Section 377 should be reformed

When the hearing in the case of Section 377 at Supreme Court concluded, college students across the city felt that its high time that the archaic law criminalising homosexuality is reformed

Published on 20th July 2018
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London Calling: How designer Karan Vig went to study abroad and burst out of the closet

25-year-old Karan Vig is already a big name in the fashion industry for two reasons — for his designs and for his it's-none-of-your-business attitude towards being gay 

Published on 28th June 2018
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Why Manipur's youth need to step up and be BRAVE to erase the ills of AFSPA

After decades of fighting for justice, campaigns like Amnesty International's BRAVE campaign are helping Manipur's young fight the good fight in a world besotted with Twitter and Instagram

Published on 22nd June 2018
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Gear up students: Shell is bringing Eco-marathon to India for the first time

India has been part of SEM for the last eight years. Since last year, Shell has enhanced its scope of search for future tech innovation in clean energy and future transport

Published on 20th June 2018
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Telangana IT Minister K T Rama Rao's usual wit was in all its glory at TNIE's 40under40 Summit

From the way K T Rama Rao dresses to the way he addresses a crowd, he has a certain resonance, especially with the youth, something that many politicians always aspire for but seldom attain

Published on 15th June 2018
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Happy birthday, Ruskin Bond! Though late to the party, we celebrate him and his works

Though late to the party, we catch up with author Ruskin Bond, who celebrated his 84th birthday on May 19 and spoke to him about all things literary

Published on 29th May 2018
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The future is here and it is green, thanks to hydroponic farming

Sriram Gopal was already heading a successful start-up before he stumbled upon the hydroponics. His interest in environmental conservation was initiated by a project his company was working on

Published on 18th May 2018
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How AutoVRse is helping enterprises increase their scalability using immersive technologies

At AutoVRse, an office space can be 'virtually' converted into a car mapping studio or even a live-feel conference room

Published on 14th 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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NEET 2018: Thousands of out-of-town parents battle dehydration, weariness as wards tackle exam 

Several parents were lined up on the pavement with no shade and no drinking water for hours. Most of them arrived in Chennai overnight and were set to return right after the exam ended at 1 pm

Published on 6th May 2018
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Aneez K Mappila's national award-winning film captures the heartbeat of Wayanad's Paniyar community 

The director speaks about Paniyar community and explains how their identities have been mixed with their profession indistinguishably over the years. There is no other community like them, he insists 

Published on 26th April 2018
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Exploring photography without cameras, an emerging artistic expression that uses science and art

Photography without using cameras is a relatively lesser known but extremely interesting application of science in art. This can be done through e means such as photograms, chemigrams, cyanotypes etc

Published on 23rd April 2018
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How these 'clowns' from the UK are making kids from war-torn areas smile again

From refugee camps in Europe to the deserts of Rajasthan, this UK-based travelling troupe has been bringing smiles to children's faces across the world

Published on 21st April 2018
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The ultimate couple-thing to do: Sell everything you own to travel the world together 

There are young couples who give us goals and then there are those who redefine them. Here's a couple who sold everything to travel the world together

Published on 10th April 2018

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