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Aysha Renna

The viral face of Jamia's protest, Kerala student Aysha Renna, just got her FB account blocked

Aysha Renna is an MA History student in Jamia Millia Islamia. A photograph of her protecting a friend from the Delhi Police had gone viral

Published on 17th December 2019
Mohammed Mustafa

How Delhi police fractured the hands of UPSC aspirant who was studying in the Jamia Millia library

Mohammed Mustafa was allegedly beaten up by at least 20 police officers on Sunday. He tells us that he thought he'll die

Published on 16th December 2019
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How kids from these Bengaluru schools are upcycling old saris into handcrafted bags to #StrikeOffPlastic

Their year-long campaign aims to reduce the use of plastic by converting old saris into bags, and then distributing them to government school children and/or selling them to raise money for charity  

Published on 15th December 2019
Subbulakshmi

Why you'll fall in love with this Subbulakshmi's storytelling process

Subbulakshmi conducted a session at the last edition of the Hyderabad Literary Festival as well. She also conducts summer camps for 150-200 youngsters in Balamrai, Hyderabad, Telangana 

Published on 11th December 2019
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How the BJP went from honouring Tipu's memory to clamouring for his ouster from textbooks in 8 years

Historians and educationists in Karnataka opine that the government should not interfere in academic perspectives and consider the report submitted by the Karnataka Text Book Society 

Published on 12th December 2019
Jayaraj Gedela

Nystagmus aside, will adventure-prone youngster Jayaraj Gedela make it to the North Pole?

Jayaraj Gedela, who hails from Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh, chatted with Nico Gentry on Facebook to better understand how he can deal with nystagmus — and make the most of life

 

Published on 11th December 2019
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Columbian professor credits Indian writer Amitav Ghosh for planting the idea for his thesis on cyclones

Prof Sobel said that it was in the summer of 2015 that Ghosh wrote an email about possibilities of a cyclone in the indian ocean region, and the possibility of its landfall in the city of Mumbai

Published on 11th December 2019
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Why there's a whole lot more to Sonia Akula than you saw in Telugu hit George Reddy

"I can't think of holding down a conventional job. I want to work in the social sector," says Sonia Akula who runs Hyderabad-based NGO Action Aid For Societal Advancement

Published on 11th December 2019
vowelor

Looking for a new book to read or someone to read it with? Vowelor is the answer!

Manik Ghawri, Co-founder of Vowelor, tells Rashmi Patil about the app and how it helps connect readers across India — and why community reading is a great thing for the young Indian soul

Published on 11th December 2019
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Got questions about planes and flying? This 23-year-old from Hyderabad has all the answers

Rakesh Dhannarapu did his Master's thesis on averting aviation bottlenecks, which also explored how we can optimise airport functions to speed up the process for flyers

Published on 6th December 2019
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This is how SMEC is changing the game in the education sector

Recently, St Martin’s Engineering College won The Engineering College of the Year Award (India) 2019 by the American College of Dubai

Published on 5th December 2019
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This government school in Madhya Pradesh is setting the bar high with its hi-tech classrooms. Here's how

The man behind the vision, headmaster Narayan Gupta, wanted to improve not only the academics but also the all-round development of students

Published on 6th December 2019
Winners

Attention poets! Enter this national-level poetry competition to win cash prizes

Ballad, elegy or haiku — whatever your poetry style, the Wingword Poetry Prize is a really great opportunity for you to flaunt your cool couplets and snazzy stanzas on a national platform

Published on 5th December 2019
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JNUTA hunger strike: Teachers to share, read, give away books to protest 'commodification' of education

The JNUTA members are also supposed to hold a Press Conference at 3.30 pm followed by a series of lectures and discussions on the threats to public education in the country

Published on 4th December 2019
Apurva Bhuta's novel

This author has combined history, fantasy, treasure hunting and science into one 'wondrous' book!

Apurva Bhuta has recently released his maiden fantasy novel titled, 'The Patriots’ Legacy: Forbidden Treasure,' and you won't believe how it all started out!

Published on 4th December 2019

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