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Why Indian students will want to study at Newcastle University

Naomi Oosman-Watts talks us through the wide array of educational opportunities available at the prestigious university!

Published on 11th September 2019
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Here's why Chitranka Chowdhury's products will always have a market, with or without social media

She uses oil enamel paints while painting on night lamp bottles for good finishing. She also intends to start conducting workshops as well since, "they are such a rage nowadays" she adds  

Published on 14th September 2019
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This time for Dafrica: Madras Christian College to host football match between Dalit, African students  

Though racism and casteism are widely different, there is a sense of solidarity that members of both communities feel as they both survive day to day oppression  

 

Published on 12th September 2019
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This Chennai-based artist creates cute paintings of pooches that will make you go p-awww!

Subirthana Maharaja combines her love for art and animals in creating miniature pet portraits that make for unique, pocket-friendly gifts

Published on 11th September 2019
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Want to explore careers before you make THE decision? Sign up for an OoB Communities' sessions

In their first workshop, 40 UG students were present; in their second, 500 school students from classes VI, VII, VIII, IX, and X and in their third, 130 participants were in attendance

Published on 5th September 2019
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The Chekutty Story: How a doll became a symbol of hope for Kerala's weavers after the floods

It's been a year since the birth of Chekutty dolls. We take a tour down the memory lane, finding out more about the cute little doll, made out of Chendamangalam's handloom clothes

Published on 4th September 2019
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These T'puram school kids are giving old cycles a makeover to build their own Cycle Brigade

There will be membership cards via which the students will get to use a bicycle throughout the academic year. There are other initiatives as well to transform the district

Published on 3rd September 2019
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Plastics banned in all schools, colleges across India after MHRD, UGC diktat

MHRD and UGC has requested governments to issue appropriate instructions to all schools and colleges in all State/UTs in the country to avoid the usage of single-use plastic

Published on 3rd September 2019
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Here's how Dhanalakota Sai Kiran and his family are giving a new spin to the 400-year-old art form of Cheriyal painting

It's time that Telangana embraces Cheriyal painting, the 400-year-old art form, more warmly. And especially those who are giving it their all to keep it alive. This is the tale of one such family

Published on 2nd September 2019
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Here's how Srichakra Pranav Tamarapalli and Co are giving the mangroves of East Godavari all the attention they need

Srichakra Pranav Tamarapalli and Fishing Cat Conservancy Trust in India are also looking forward to grants and donations to continue their work at a good pace

Published on 2nd September 2019
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IITM-K based Kerala Blockchain Academy to partner with Cyprus Varsity and start-up 

It seeks to help students and faculty of academic institutions to explore the potential of blockchain technology by providing opportunities to work closely with experts on multiple projects

Published on 2nd September 2019
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WhatsApp, Dell, Intel join hands with CII to enhance competitiveness of MSMEs

Industry body CII said empowering MSMEs is the key focus of its tech project TechSaksham, which entails a plan to reach out to over 10,000 MSMEs

Published on 1st September 2019
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Why every child dealing with exam stress should read this comic book by Fortis Healthcare's Dr Samir Parikh

Dr Samir Parikh tells us about his book Laugh and Learn, written to help children deal with exam stress

Published on 30th August 2019
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West Bengal government starts web portals for job assistance and training for unemployed youth

The facilities would be gradually extended to all the 71 employment exchanges across West Bengal

Published on 30th August 2019
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These indigenous musicians from Coimbatore are trying to bring back the music of the ancestors

Charumathi Muralidharan and Leon James not only create their own unique form of music but make their own musical instruments too

Published on 26th August 2019

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