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Hyderabadi girl Snigdha Munipally is aware of how difficult it is to love oneself, but she encourages everyone to do it anyway

Snigdha also loves to travel, both solo and with her mother. She has been to Puducherry and Bengaluru on her own and most of North India with her mother

Published on 11th January 2019
Wordlust

Lit like that: The 4th edition of 'Wordlust' in Cuttack saw literature enthusiasts discuss the power of youth

On December 26, they conducted the fourth edition at the S Science Foundation in Cuttack which had events like Slam poetry/Storytelling, photography, journalism and AB Vajpayee Youth Parliament

Published on 7th January 2019
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Kongu Engineering College’s clean and green surroundings help students stay sharp and fresh

Accredited by NAAC with an A grade, an overall ranking of 57 in the year 2017 by National Institutional Ranking Framework and many other recognitions have been accorded to Kongu Engineering College

Published on 7th January 2019
Rao

After contesting and losing elections, Ravadi Kantha Rao tells us why his will remains unbeatable

Rao feels that political parties should focus on integrating youth into their parties and developing a second-level of leadership

Published on 20th December 2018
Media app

The first Malayalam on-campus media application is all set to change the way journalism is taught

The MAMOC Media app brings the newsroom to the mass communication classroom. We find out how the art of news can be taught

Published on 12th December 2018
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What’s in a frame? The power to bring about instant change. That’s what we realised with this cool collective

StreetEye Collective is for those photographers who like street and documentary photography 

Published on 9th December 2018
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How this Karimnagar youth is showing young Indians that farming is cool

Narsimha Reddy, who completed his BSc In Computer Science from, decided to engage others as well and started the #AgriculturePhotographyChallenge on Twitter.

Published on 8th December 2018
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Interactive course in basic ornithology to commence in Pune from December 10

The course, being conducted by Ela Foundation's Center for Ornithological Study and Research, will be the 15th certificate course in basic ornithology

Published on 4th December 2018
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How YLAC is helping teens to voice out their issues through their Counter Speech fellowship programme

 Delhi-based Social Enterprise YLA has partnered with Instagram to use it as a medium for teens to creatively express current issues through true and personal stories to influence change

Published on 16th November 2018
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Hyderabad-based photographer Prathima Pingali does all that it takes to get that perfect shot of your pet

Pingali's first dog, Pax, was the inspiration behind the company and her current muse is her second dog, Prancer 

Published on 16th November 2018
Nirupa Rao

This Bengaluru-based botanical illustrator's documentation of South India's wondrous plants will make you fall in love with nature

Nirupa Rao recently completed a book called 'Pillars of Life: Magnificent Trees of the Western Ghats', published by the Nature Conservation Foundation in 2018

Published on 13th November 2018
Photo Scene Thesis

These Kolkata students built a 'brand' start-up even before they got their college degrees

Souryakiran Paul and Sayantani Adhikary have amassed a million rupees in a year through their photography page cum advertising agency, Photo Scene Thesis, while also being socially responsible

Published on 5th November 2018
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This 10-year-old from Jalandhar took a photo that won the British Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer Award

Arshdeep Singh from Punjab has recently made India proud after becoming the only person from the country to receive the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award for 2018 in London

Published on 2nd November 2018
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Indian Law won't cover you being photographed secretly but there is still some hope

Privacy was recently declared as a fundamental right but the invasion that occurs on a daily basis in our country has no definite law to protect it. However, sub-laws can greatly help in such cases 

Published on 8th January 2018
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Why every child should read the book Balarama's Story which is untold tales of the iconic elephant in Karnataka

Balarama has been a part of the Mysore Dasara for over a decade, but many children still don't know his story. Author Bhaskar K who stays in the US talks on why he wrote a book on gentle giant

Published on 29th October 2018

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