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Sutrakaar

This Jaipur-based woman weaves paper waste into fabric to make creative lifestyle products

Neerja’s brainchild, Sutrakaar Creations, sells a variety of recycled handcrafted items

Published on 22nd August 2018
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We For Kargil: How this NGO in the war-torn city is helping the young reshape history

The NGO's one of the main objectives is to impart quality education by introducing advanced and improved teaching methodologies with the help of both local teachers as well as teachers from outside 

Published on 25th July 2018
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Meet Akhila Nookala, the Hyderabadi girl who is working with Assamese weavers to make their products market-ready

Nookala is from Hyderabad and as an SBI Youth For India fellow, is working with weavers 

Published on 9th July 2018
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MadrAsian will you give you a dining experience that will leave you environmentally woke

Started by two youngsters with their love for the environment, this new pan Asian restaurant is all about making food a sustainable experience

Published on 15th June 2018
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Go cruelty-free and eco-friendly with your apparel at The Phoenix Company

Aditi Maithreya's The Phoenix Company, based out of Chennai, believes in offering cruelty-free and handloom products at reasonable prices

Published on 6th June 2018
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Century-old handloom unit for visually impaired resumes operations in Tirunelveli 

Established in 1911, the handloom unit was set up to provide job opportunities for the visually impaired. There are 19 handlooms available in the unit, with eight visually impaired persons involved

Published on 23rd April 2018

UGC wants students to wear 'Indian and cultured' clothes for convocation 

An expert committee will first examine the designs for convocation attires that UGC receives, following which some of them will be shortlisted

Published on 17th April 2018
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A stroke of brilliance: Anuja Sethi tells us the intricacies of getting a bird painting right

After the success of Shop with Tanuja, Tanuja Sethi's online portal has decided to start painting workshops too

Published on 5th April 2018
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Humans of Andhra wants young people to get out of their bubbles and help the State

Rachana Choudary Tummala through her page, Humans of Andhra, wants to show you the Andhra Pradesh she knows and loves

Published on 26th March 2018
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Here's why choosing Textile Design over Fashion Technology could land you a job easier and preserve our traditional textiles

With an increasing number of students pushing for the glamour of a degree in Fashion Tech, industry insiders tell us that the less-glam Textile Design course is better for the long run

Published on 6th July 2017
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Kerala sees 12k rise in First Grade enrolment for the first time in a decade, courtesy government's free uniforms, smart classes

Guess taking a book out of TN's sops-for-development agenda has actually worked for Kerala's School Education department, as they see a rise in primary enrolment after more than a decade

Published on 11th June 2017
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Learn how to tackle opponents, both on court and off 

Considering the handloom weavers’ poor state, designer Arundhathi Bijja is helping  them set up a sustainable approach 

Published on 27th February 2017

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