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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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Kadri Gopalnath passes away at 69: A disciple's ode to the greatest saxophone teacher, ever

Dr Sumanth Swaminathan, his student from New York, wrote a blog about his experience of learning from the great musician. We look back at Sumanth's loved memories of his beloved Kadri Mama

Published on 11th October 2019
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Madhuvanti Maddur with her debut documentary Exhibit - A explores a different kind of relationship

The editing for the film was done by Arbab Ahmad, the sound design by Malay Vadalkar and the animation by Pawan Anand

Published on 9th October 2019
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This ship is voyaging across the country spreading awreness on marine plastics and pollution

FORV Sagar Sampada travelled from Porbander to Puthuvype, spreading awareness on marine plastic pollution

Published on 9th October 2019
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This Mars Mission is about getting Telangana's rural kids to fall in love with football. Here's how

To encourage students from rural background so that they can have an equal shot at the goal post, Hyderabad-based Mars Football Foundation is truly doing their best to level up the playing field

Published on 8th October 2019
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This poet in Hyderabad has published 5 books before she turned 20!

Having published three books before she turned 18, Jyoti Patel is now gearing up to write a novel. She also enjoys cooking, painting, music and she is a photography and travel enthusiast

Published on 8th October 2019
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Transgender writer A Revathi's name next to Maya Angelou, Toni Morrison on Columbia University wall  

Several male writers' names are etched on the wall, two days ago, a banner featuring eight women writers' names went up, A Revathi was one of them

 

Published on 4th October 2019
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World Dyslexia Day: How the MDA has used tech to transform the lives of dyslexic kids

Dyslexia is far more prevalent than most people think. The Madras Dyslexia Association has been working relentlessly for the last three decades to help dyslexic children lead better lives

Published on 4th October 2019
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We are serious students: More than 400 students protest against IIT's MTech course fee hike

The PSUs recruit at the exact same time as the IITs put out their merit list forcing the students to block the seats

Published on 4th October 2019
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No Food Waste: How these Coimbatore youngsters will collect your surplus food and feed the hungry

Dinesh Manickam, the co-founder of No Food Waste, talks about why they are collecting surplus food from people and using that to feed the needy — and the hungry

Published on 2nd October 2019
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Swachh Karnataka: These students helped build 1425 toilets in Chikodi to kill open defecation

Vimala Kadam, along with her friends, were mentored by Deshpande Foundation under the LEAD programme and helped build over 1,425 toilets in rural areas of North Karnataka 

Published on 2nd October 2019
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Being Greta Thunberg: How Bengaluru's young climate warriors are actually pretty eco-savvy already

Why do we need to start acting today to save Earth? Some of the youngsters who are working for the cause of climate change speak about the changes they have adopted to reduce the carbon footprint

Published on 2nd October 2019
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Did you know that the man who gave Gandhi his last meal is still alive in Chennai?

Kalyanam's friend, Neelacantan tells us about how he came in touch with Gandhi and what their relationship was like

Published on 2nd October 2019
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Gandhi Jayanti: Would Gandhi have a smartphone, be on Instagram if he were alive in 2020?

Imagining Mahatma Gandhi in 2020 is not an easy task to think about, but his granddaughter Ela Gandhi and Gandhian scholar Tridip Suhrud give it a shot anyway 

Published on 1st October 2019
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From India's 'symbol of freedom' to a canvas for today's designers, here's how Khadi as a fabric has evolved

On Gandhi's 150th birth anniversary, we trace the history of khadi to see how it has evolved with the changing needs of people and the fashion industry

Published on 1st October 2019

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