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Anuja

Textbooks make it dreary: Author Anuja Chandramouli explains how History can also be fascinating

Anuja Chandramouli tells us how History as a subject can be taught in an interesting manner and why people should indulge a lot more in it

Published on 14th January 2020
ThinkEdu

Here's why we need to focus on the learning crisis in India and not make it a Government vs Private playground fight

Sandhya Rani K, Former Commissioner of School Education, AP, said that we should concentrate on making all schools work for children rather than just focusing on Government or Private schools

Published on 8th January 2020
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Justice without borders: This Indian peace practitioner is fighting for the release of a Pakistani academic

Junaid Hafeez was sentenced to death for making blasphemous comments of Prophet Mohammed  

Published on 1st January 2020
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This sci-fi movie by Kerala Director Don Abraham promises a wholesome 3D experience. First time in India

Visual effects helped me to materialise my visual story without any limitations says, director Don Abraham. The whole process took him three years

Published on 27th December 2019
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After IIT-M students protest Krishna Gate closure, Director agrees to townhall to 'fix' matters

Students who were part of the protest met the IIT-M Director and said that he listened to them and agreed to hold a townhall soon to listen to their concerns and address them. What will happen next?

Published on 26th December 2019
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Why every child must watch Nisha Abdulla's brilliantly subtle silent play — Koottu

Nisha Abdulla's play Koottu makes children ask difficult and uncomfortable questions to seek choices. This play is a must watch for every child — this is the reason why

Published on 23rd December 2019
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Citizenship Act: Spiralling violence in WB; curfew relaxed in parts of Assam, Meghalaya

At Howrah, protestors rampaged outside the stations, blocked roads and set fire to shops.Trains between Guwahati and the rest of the country were disrupted in a rail blockade called by the AJYCP

Published on 15th December 2019
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Meet John Pradeep JL, who's giving kids life lessons using the power of theatre

His many workshops, sessions and training programmes are directed at helping children achieve their best potential, and guiding parents to be more than just spectators in their children's lives

Published on 11th December 2019
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Sahen Upadhyay's tryst with theatre has just begun and she is loving it so far

Sahen Upadhyay loves the genre of psychological thrillers and currently, she is writing a drama. She is even editing a student film 

Published on 7th December 2019
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Why kids MUST head to this children's theatre and reading festival in Bengaluru

There will be around six plays across two days and all of them are specially meant for children. Here's a complete rundown of everything that is coming up over the weekend

Published on 6th December 2019
Sunandha Raghunathan

Why theatre artiste Sunandha Raghunathan believes that one's craft is the ultimate weapon to fight patriarchy

 An actor, writer and director, Sunandha believes that theatre in India is dominated by male representation that ignores the 'other' and wants to create a culture of feminist expression to counter it

Published on 2nd December 2019
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Here's why you must visit India's first experiential museum, Indian Music Experience in Bengaluru 

Manasi Prasad, Director of  Indian Music Experience and takes you through India's first experiential museum in to understand and experience the music from the times of Vedas to the Modern times

Published on 30th November 2019
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The Hyderabad Children's Theatre Fest turns 10. Here's why you shouldn't miss it

The fest will offer a diverse range of plays and workshops which will develop a passion for theatre in children and in adults as well
 

Published on 23rd November 2019
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How Revathi Radhakrishnan went from cinema to educating tribal children is inspiring

We spoke to Revathi Radhakrishnan of Vanavil Trust, which imparts quality education to tribal children in order to integrate them into the mainstream without compromising on their cultural identity

Published on 13th November 2019
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How 27-year-old artist and teacher Prashant Parvataneni won the Srinivas Rayaprol Poetry Prize

Artist Prashant Parvataneni talks about using the beauty of poetry to understand identity — and how his work isn't meant to be apolitical. He also takes us through his journey 

Published on 13th November 2019

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