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BHU Protest

Institute only for Sanatan Hindus: BHU students protest Muslim professor's appointment to Sanskrit department

After Firoz Khan was appointed through the proper channels, students staged a sit-in protest for the entire day and asked for the appountment to be repealed immediately — but to no avail yet

Published on 8th November 2019
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We teach Dharma Vigyan not just Sanskrit: BHU professor on why students don't want Muslim guru

Research scholars and students of the department started a sit-in protest at Holkar Bhawan near the Vice-Chancellor's residence on the varsity campus from Thursday

Published on 8th November 2019
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Why student-poet Namitha Aby John's poems about depression make sense

Growing up, Namitha Aby John wants to teach English Literature, a subject that she loves. She shifted to Hyderabad in the year 2010 and has been peddling her  poetry trade ever since!

Published on 4th November 2019
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Crowning Glory: How this Mysuru salon has kept Kannada's literary tradition alive for 25 years

The salon has a collection of works by Kannada poets and writers on display for the customers to read while they get their haircut done

Published on 1st November 2019
Dancer Karthik Nair Performance

Meet Karthik Nair, the 20-year-old Bharatanatyam dancer who shared the stage with Hema Malini recently  

Karthik Nair, an upcoming Bharatanatyam dancer talks about his love for the art form and his experience dancing with celebs

Published on 24th October 2019
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Why the Tagore International Literature & Arts Festival in Bhopal is what Indian languages needed

The organisers want to create a completely non-commercial festival that would showcase the richness of the traditional Indian arts, culture and literature

Published on 29th October 2019
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Meet the @Unkoolie who's getting Kerala used to Busking in the sun

KV Sreeram speaks about bringing the art of busking to Kochi and how it challenges artists in the best of ways

Published on 2nd October 2019
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Show me your navel: Student accuses Bengal rockstar Ranjon Ghoshal of sexual harassment online

Ranjon was accused of similar indecent behaviour by novelist Sirsendu Mukhopadhyay's daughter but the case was later dropped. The singer has responded to the allegations with a post on Facebook

Published on 22nd October 2019
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Why techie-author Tony Saldanha believes Modi's Digital India vision is what we need

Author Tony Saldanha has spent years in the field of digitalisation, and knows exactly what causes transformations of such nature to sometimes bite the dirt!  

Published on 16th October 2019
Manya Harsha

This 9-year-old Bengaluru girl has published 55 poems and is officially Indian's youngest poet

Manya Harsha from Bengaluru has five world record titles to her name and it all happened in just a year 

Published on 12th October 2019
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Nobel Peace Prize: Sorry Greta, it's Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed's turn

Abiy was honoured for his efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation, and in particular for his decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighbouring Eritrea

Published on 11th October 2019
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Olga Tokarczuk awarded Nobel Prize in Literature for 2018 a year late, Peter Handke wins 2019 prize

The Nobel Prize in Literature is one of five international prizes instituted by the will of Alfred Nobel, a Swedish businessman, chemist, engineer and philanthropist

Published on 10th October 2019
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VP Venkaiah Naidu wants schools in India to make poetry reading compulsory

He felt that arts can help promote a healthy and enlightened society, as well as encourage good thoughts and opinions

Published on 6th October 2019
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Houston University receives $2 million commitment to support Tamil language and culture

Funds will support research programme costs, equipment and seminars with invited scholars who are experts on Tamil societies and the Tamil diaspora in the US

Published on 4th October 2019
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People betting big on Greta Thunberg to win the Nobel Peace Prize this year

Last year, the honour of the Nobel Peace Prize went to two champions of the fight against sexual violence, Congolese rape surgeon Denis Mukwege and Yazidi campaigner Nadia Murad

Published on 3rd October 2019

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