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Student alert: This app tracks your attendance, assignments and more   

Naresh Challagulla's Study Monitor wants to link urban and rural schools apart from make e-classrooms a thing of the present

 

Published on 25th November 2017
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This artist has been 3D painting Zebra Crossings on Hyderabad's roads so you can drive safer

Krishna from Manthani, Peddapalli in Telanagan paints 3D zebra crossings on the road and has been recognised internationally for it

 

Published on 23rd November 2017
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How 23-year-old Cipun Mishra is introducing Odisha's youth to Spoken Word Poetry

Odisha is a land where poetry and culture are cherished greatly, so Cipun Mishra found a lot of help along the way with people offering venues free of cost to host his poetry sessions

Published on 23rd November 2017
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Meet the two youngsters who have made Poetry cool in Hyderabad again   

These two passionate poets don't wish to compete with other clubs in Hyderabad. Instead, they aspire to unite them all

 

Published on 21st November 2017
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How Odisha's Devasmita Panda wrote a book full of poems in the very first draft  

Devasmita Panda's first book Pink & Blues is all about poetry which she poured onto the paper straight from her heart — and she got it right in the very first draft. Beat that

 

Published on 20th November 2017
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Need some uber-cool office space in Koramangala? This co-working space could be IT!  

With ultra modern facilities and spacious seatings, ONE Co.Work, the new co-working space in Bengaluru is the place to be 

 

Published on 20th November 2017
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How Sri Sri Ravi Shankar is getting IIT students to clean up Chennai's water bodies  

With a six-step process in place, this initiative wants to engage volunteers and the community to revive the water bodies of Chennai 

 

 

Published on 18th November 2017
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Gautham Reddy backpacked 20,000 km along the Silk Route in borrowed shoes. Talk about #TravelGoals  

He walked the Silk Route and what he experienced is distilled into his book, Seyyah, in which he talks about borders, beards and bonds

 

Published on 17th November 2017
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Kamal Haasan just jumped on the Harvard Tamil Chair bandwagon. Here's everything you need to know about the Chair and the men behind it

In a worldwide campaign, Tamilians are going all out to get the Tamil language and establish a Chair at one of the world’s top universities, Harvard. Will they raise enough money in time?

Published on 16th November 2017
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For this 104-year-old teacher, age is definitely just a number: Read about one of India's oldest and most celebrated Kannada literary figures

Centenarian G Venkatasubbaiah says that it saddens him to see how teacher-student relationships are not personal anymore

Published on 24th October 2017
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Modal mystery decoded: Part II

Modals have always confused us as students. Here is how you use them properly 

Published on 23rd July 2017
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Karadi Path teaching method helps children learn languages without the need of textbooks  

C P Vishwanath, founder, Karadi Path opens up about people's obsession with English and how they hope to teach kids organically

Published on 13th 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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This 14-year-old will meet Frau Angela Merkel in an all-expenses paid trip to Germany 

After mastering German, Chaitanyan Prakash will visit Berlin on a three-week scholarship, thanks to Goethe-Zentrum. 

Published on 22nd May 2017
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Meet Saji Valassery, the man who's training kids and people with disabilities in Kerala to swim in turbulent rivers, without charging a cent

This swimming coach doesn't have national swimming credentials, a large ego or a swimming pool that he promotes. He's teaching kids to swim against the tide in the rivers of Kerala and it's free

Published on 26th April 2017

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