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Meet the people behind Bibliophiles of Bhubaneswar, Odisha's lit, new reading club

Bibliophiles of Bhubaneswar is a non-profit initiative based out of Bhubaneswar and is run by three passionate individuals. They don't charge participants to attend their sessions 

Published on 5th February 2020
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How this Hyderabad illustrator's Trash Talk can get you to undertake a zero-waste lifestyle

Shubhashree's illustrations remind us about the importance of being environmentally-aware and they're a whole lot of fun to look at as well

Published on 5th February 2020
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Do we need jaded teachers today? The debate is still on

More questions arise: Why teachers qualified to teach lower classes were given higher classes? Why refresher courses were not held for teachers?

Published on 4th February 2020
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No school, no surfing: This Kovalam School offers free classes, surf lessons to kids from the fishing village

The Kovalam Surf Club runs a unique educational programme for the children of Vizhinjam Fishing Village and they have managed to make a huge impact by combining academics and surfing lessons

Published on 3rd February 2020
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Meet Eagle, a humanoid robot that is the teacher's pet at this Bengaluru school

We speak to the Chief Design Officer of Indus International School, Vignesh Rao, about Eagle, the robot that has been introduced in the school to assist teachers

Published on 31st January 2020
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This specially-abled cartoonist from Bidar creates cartoons that are brilliantly satirical. Check it out!

Sharad Kulkarni might be wheelchair-bound but his imagination definitely isn't. We talk to him to trace his challenging journey and his cartoons that have gone viral recently

Published on 31st January 2020
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How Yogesh Maitreya set up a publishing house to develop an anti-caste sensibility among India's young   

The writer and poet decided to set up his own publishing house after 'mainstream' publishing houses refused to publish his work. Thus Panther's Paw was born 

Published on 31st January 2020
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After board exam shock, now Grade 8 students have to stay back an hour after school for special classes

The government has taken this step following opposition from several quarters over the inclusion of the entire year’s syllabus for the exam

Published on 30th January 2020
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This truck driver's son from Bihar won the Central University of Gujarat elections for the SFI

The left-BAPSA unity won three out of five seats in the Central University of Gujarat's Student Council. We spoke to the SFI candidate and this is his inspiring story

Published on 29th January 2020
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More takers for scholarship meant for children of people with leprosy in Karnataka after a significant 'name change'

Up until 2018, a scheme meant for children of people with leprosy saw few takers for a scholarship meant for them because they feared they would be isolated if people found out about it.

Published on 30th January 2020
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Why Mumbai's at-risk kids love their School on Wheels more than regular classes

Bina Seth Lashkari, the founder of the iconic Door Step School in Mumbai, speaks to us about the importance of education and why every child should be introduced to learning at an early age

Published on 29th January 2020
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A scholar made of stardust: Why we must never forget Rohith Vemula

On the third death anniversary of Rohith Vemula, we speak to his friends from the Ambedkar Students Association on how things have changed and what they remember of him

Published on 17th January 2019
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Diaries of Ultra Sarin: How this 10-year-old Bengalurean became a writer and illustrator

Ten-year-old Sarin is not your average schoolkid; he is a published author and illustrator who believes in chasing big dreams because...YOLO. Here we trace his journey from the beginning

Published on 29th January 2020
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Tired of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star? Kutuki can help your kids get Indian rhymes

Sneha Sundaram, Founder of Kutuki speaks about their app specially developed for preschool kids and how it helps them develop language and soft skills. The rhymes are available in four languages
 

Published on 22nd January 2020
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Chennai's Zero Lab Project is making science experiments fun, low cost and low maintenance. Here's how

Nagalakshmi N Vijaykumar, through her Zero Lab Project initiative, aims to impart quality practical learning to government school children who may not have access to it otherwise. We find out more  

Published on 22nd January 2020

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