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Bangalore Literature Festival: What it's like to witness Kumble, dragons and fairytales lighting up young minds at the children's session

The Bangalore Literature Festival was a hit with children who attended the kid's special sessions of the programme and had their imaginations brought to life with photographs and myths

Published on 1st November 2017
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Bookworms, brace yourself for 'no save' November as bookshelves to carry greats like  Jeet Thayil and Sachin Tendulkar

With the Nobel Prize for Literature and the Man Booker Prize -- the two most coveted literary honours -- having been awarded earlier in October, November has an exotic menu

Published on 31st October 2017
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Axis Bank and Sahapedia to organise 200 heritage walks in 20 cities, a majority of them for needy kids and the disabled

Sahapedia is an online encyclopedia of Indian arts and culture and has tailored its programmes specifically centred around awareness and those often forgotten in the crowd

Published on 29th October 2017
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The Ranga Shankara Theatre Festival in Bengaluru will take you through plays that are as real as life

A theatre festival focusing on real-life events, Lillette Dubey’s latest play and an adaptation of Maugham hit the stage this week

Published on 27th October 2017
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Former king of the corporate jungle Subroto Bagchi reveals the mantra to "Sell" the best books in the market 

Subroto's books are replete with examples of, and narratives on, Champions that he had the good fortune of working for and quite often, simply observing from up close

Published on 27th October 2017
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Explore the lesser-known wonders of Hyderabad through this 23-year-old's storytelling group Dastangoi

Dastangoi aims to revive the ancient art of storytelling and Phaneendra Boosala needs your participation to do so 

Published on 26th October 2017
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#HimToo: Academia has mixed reaction to Raya Sarkar's list of naming and shaming sexual harassers

It has had its share of criticism and it's share of appreciation but what do the students and teachers who belong to the system think about this list.

Published on 26th October 2017
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Giving musicals an Indian twist, this woman is bringing Broadway to Chennai in a first of its kind workshop

'Adi & Ashi’s Indian Adventure' is an English musical that unravels the culture of India through traditional songs, dance forms and drama

Published on 23rd October 2017
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Hey, it's story time: Meet these four Bengalureans who will make you fall in love with the art of storytelling   

"Once upon a time..." — Let these storytellers bring back the memories of your childhood while you learn a few tricks of the modern day storytelling 

Published on 21st October 2017
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Meet the 12th grader who's saying #NoMore to abuse: Sanya Runwal just wrote a book about abused women and it's pretty powerful

12th grader Sanya Runwal is out with her first book, Ten Dollar Bride. She talks about how she became a feminist and what keeps her going 

Published on 18th October 2017
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Camping in the greens and removing the greys, this camp takes kids closer to nature. No filters attached

Geethu Mohandas' camp not only gives kids an in-depth understanding of nature and harmful effects of mankind on it but also teaches them to balance sustainability and creates awareness 

Published on 17th October 2017
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These DU girls are organising history walks with a twist: Their guided tour will give you a feminist perspective of everything from the Red Fort to the Mughal havelis

Go on Safarnama's Feminist History Walk to learn about the women who shaped the history of this country. We catch up with the duo that started the initiative

Published on 17th October 2017
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Guardians of Dreams: How four young entrepreneurs are changing the lives of kids in shelter homes — by getting them everything from scholarships to Aadhar cards

This venture that functions in three cities — Kochi, Chennai, and Bengaluru — consists of young volunteers, mostly students, who put together interactive events from scratch 

Published on 16th October 2017
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Even before Anupam Kher starts term, FTII students write him an Open Letter: Read full letter here

FTII students write Anupam Kher an Open Letter detailing the issues they are curently facing and request his help for the same.

Published on 12th October 2017
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Cooking with Kicha: Meet the 7-year-old kid from Kerala who got Ellen Degeneres to say puttu kutti on national television

7-yr-old Nihal Raj, Kicha as he is popularly known, started his cooking channel KichaTube. Next thing you know, he's got 19k followers and is invited to be on Ellen. How about that!

Published on 10th October 2017

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