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Shashi Tharoor decided to write a foreword for the book of a woman he had never met before, Radha Venuprasad, and launch it. Here's why

Primarily stories that deal with characters she has seen from the Nair community in Kerala, Shifting Sands promises to be provocative and intimate without being overtly raunchy

Published on 7th July 2017
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'Your SRFTI is a sexual harassment zoo': Chilling note from Kolkata Film Institute student before she attempted suicide

According to a note she wrote before attempting suicide, this is Kunjila's second attempt and she accuses the Institute of not taking action against her sexual harassers and hushing it up

Published on 5th July 2017
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Once shunned by the PU board officials for taking math, this visually impaired girl tops PG course at IIIT-B

Vidhya Y will be working towards making maths and science more accessible to the visually impaired

Published on 2nd July 2017
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The Bhakti Mathur interview: Author of the 'Amma...' series is giving kids a guided tour of India's holiest places without making them too religious

The author of the Amma, Tell Me Why series, Bhakti Mathur, is out with her latest series which gives a guided tour of the holy places in India and the first being Amritsar's Golden Temple

Published on 2nd July 2017
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Himachal brings reforms in school education

The state government has started a programme to identify problems and challenges and find solutions 

Published on 2nd July 2017
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Chennai-based KC High School is setting a great example by letting their students choose community projects over holiday homework

Students have been involved in a variety of projects including pet care, recording audio books for the blind and visiting old age homes

Published on 30th June 2017
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After helping Giggles smile again, this Chennai-based book club meets to celebrate the written word

The Broke Bibliophiles's Chennai Chapter meets every month to keep the love for literature alive

Published on 29th June 2017
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Attention Chennai Potterheads! You would want to drop in at the British Council office on June 24

The British Council is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter on June 24 and they surely got some exciting events for you 

Published on 23rd June 2017
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Remembering Jeppiaar: From silicone statues to hundreds of sketches, TN's late 'college king' gets his own museum

A year after he passed on, the man who was mercilessly parodied for his English, has an entire museum dedicated to him, curated by artist A P Sreethar

 

Published on 17th June 2017
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SAP India launches 'Code Unnati' to impart digital literacy

The initiative is a multi-year collaboration to impart digital literacy and drive employment-led software skills development for the underprivileged

Published on 15th June 2017
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Live at Kennedy Centre: The Madras Youth Choir's compositions to find harmony in Washington DC

One of the oldest choral groups has been invited to participate in the Washington DC Choral Festival

Published on 15th June 2017
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These two Kochi girls have aced an English exam that saw over 45 lakh participants across the world 

Sangamitra R Kiran and Teresa Suresh secured the first rank in the International English Olympiad, an exam that analyses the reading, speaking, writing and comprehension skills of the students

Published on 14th June 2017
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Cube Route: How Chennai's Mahesh Menon went from solving a Rubik's cube under his desk in school to winning a national competition

Mahesh Menon was just helping his mother shop when he came across some children playing with the Rubik's cube and he gave it a shot. That's how he won the Landmark Challenge

Published on 14th June 2017
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Meet the Hyderabad man who created a bike ambulance after seeing a beggar carrying wife's body on his shoulders

Crestfallen over reports that the poor had to carry their ill and dead relatives on their shoulders, the Hyderabadi mechanic designed a bike ambulance that has all facilities of a regular ambulance

Published on 11th June 2017
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She enrolled and retained a large number of slum children and dropouts in one of the oldest government schools in Odisha

Sonamika Roy talks about her mission of enrolling more and more students in Odisha’s oldest government school, and her dream of starting her own school, where children learn at their own pace

Published on 30th May 2017

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