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Very Human, Very Hyderabad: Why the stories in the HoH book will move you

Rachana is also the founder of NG Mind Frame, a consulting firm for public policies and strategies. She has even remotely worked on Hilary Clinton's presidential campaign. Now, how cool is that? 
 

Published on 21st February 2020
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This Telugu prof is taking students to a village to do organic farming during vacays. How cool!

She was awarded the Indira Gandhi National Award for the Best NSS Programme Officer 2013. In 2014, she went on an exchange programme by the government of India to China

Published on 20th February 2020
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We condemn this betrayal of Desh Drohi Kashmiri students: How KLE reacted to their students' 'anti-national' slur

The institute refuted media reports that they were trying to get the police to recant their case or go easy on the students, who have now been placed in judicial remand

Published on 18th February 2020
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The Spasht: This band from Chennai is shaking it up with Carnatic Acapella

This five-month-old Carnatic Acapella band talks about how the essence of Carnatic music has been lost and how they're keen on reviving the value attributed to Indian classical music

Published on 1st February 2020
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This Coimbatore woman is battling a rare bone disease but she's got her own doll-making business

Radhika AJ was diagnosed with a disease similar to brittle bone disease when she was five years old. Though she is restricted from the outdoors, she has found a way to make a living with her art

Published on 10th February 2020
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Kitaabshaala in Bhubaneswar is the go-to space for all those who love to read and value silence

All the books at Kitaabshaala have been donated and many of them have been donated by Santwana Sagnika and Rhiti Chatterjee Bose. They are still open to accepting donations in the form of books

Published on 12th February 2020
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Blackout in the Valley: How these Kashmiri students survived six months without internet, calling home

Two young Kashmiri students talk to us about how August 5 had changed things upside down for them and the people around them — and the fear and concern that they felt as they were disconnected from th

Published on 6th February 2020
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Dream Run: How this Kerala NGO is putting art by diff-abled kids on the big stage

The team behind Kozhikode's Dream of Us speak about creating an art platform where differently-abled students get to display and sell their work — and do it without any pity in return

Published on 5th February 2020
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Why Ravi Keerthi is talking about veganism to college kids across India

Ravi Keerthi talks about animal rights awareness and the importance of veganism to students of various colleges. We find out why this youngster does what he does

Published on 5th February 2020
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Meet the people behind Bibliophiles of Bhubaneswar, Odisha's lit, new reading club

Bibliophiles of Bhubaneswar is a non-profit initiative based out of Bhubaneswar and is run by three passionate individuals. They don't charge participants to attend their sessions 

Published on 5th February 2020
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Hyderabad's original farm hand: How Abhinav Gangumalla is making nutritious food accessible 

"People equate sustainability to activism, but I think to build any successful business, at the core of it all, it needs to be sustainable," says Abhinav Gangumalla

Published on 31st January 2020
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Why Dipak Natali would love to see more Indian youngsters in the Special Olympics

President and MD of Special Olympics (Asia Pacific Region), Dipak Natali speaks about inclusivity in health and sports for the specially-abled and how their stories have always inspired him

Published on 31st January 2020
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How Yogesh Maitreya set up a publishing house to develop an anti-caste sensibility among India's young   

The writer and poet decided to set up his own publishing house after 'mainstream' publishing houses refused to publish his work. Thus Panther's Paw was born 

Published on 31st January 2020
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Instigates political, cultural and social disharmony: Why Kalakshetra cancelled T M Krishna's book launch

The Carnatic musician's latest book Sebastian & Sons was supposed to be launched at the Kalakshetra foundation on February 2 - but will now be done at ACJ instead

 

Published on 30th January 2020
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Here's why you should check out  Hyderabad's rural technical fest Antahpragna 2020 

Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge and Technologies is located in the temple town of Basar, which is about 150 km away from Hyderabad  

 

Published on 30th January 2020

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