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More than just a children's author — we understand Ruskin Bond a bit better through Dr Ishrat Lalljee's trysts with the man

Dr Ishrat Ali Lalljee is an Associate Professor and Head of the English department at Mumbai University's Hinduja College. She has devoted her research to Ruskin Bond's writings

Published on 19th May 2022

Do not put pressure on children to score more in exams, says author Sudha Murty

In an interaction at the Sapna Book House in Hubballi, many people, including students, had the chance to interact with the author

Published on 4th May 2022

First faculty development programme on effects of pandemic hosted by AUD

Jitender Singh Shunty, President of Shaheed Bhagat Singh Sewa Dal and a Padma Shri awardee in 2021, was the chief guest of the event

Published on 30th April 2022

Can Australia really not let Novak Djokovic enter the country for not getting vaccinated against COVID?

Novak Djokovic is a 34-year-old Serbian professional tennis player who has, until now, won 20 grand slam singles. He turned pro in 2003

Published on 6th January 2022

Under pressure after student protests, AUD reopens campus in phased manner. Will DU follow suit?

Although the students are claiming victory for 'organised movement' after the announcement, they are skeptical of the varsity taking the call to 'avoid bad press'. Here's why

Published on 21st December 2021

International students will be able to return to Canberra, Australia in 2022

According to peak body Universities Australia, universities lost 1.8 billion Australian dollars in revenue and cut 17,300 jobs in 2020

Published on 22nd October 2021

Visually challenged at Kerala's SB College get extra help; free audio library set up 

Students of the Library Science department have offered to record audio versions of the textbooks in the syllabus 

Published on 16th October 2021

Australia to prioritise international students now, won't welcome international tourists until 2022

Fears include the fact that students would enrol in other countries unless Australia loosens its restrictions and starts allowing international students to enter

Published on 5th October 2021

#ThrowbackToday: Bidding farewell to the terrific Tasmanian tiger

In today's #TBT, we talk about thylacine, also known as the Tasmanian tiger or Tasmanian wolf. Once known to have dwelled in all parts of the continent of Australia, it was slowly pushed to extinction

Published on 7th September 2021

The epics need to be revisited, says author Ira Mukhoty

Author Ira Mukhoty tells about bringing forth a symphony of Draupadi’s voice steeped in anger and reasoning

Published on 29th August 2021

Sidharth is a young History major who has a penchant for writing love poems. Here he talks about his inspiration

A conversation with Sidharth PK, a young budding poet who has made a name for himself in the genre of love poetry

Published on 18th August 2021

Anindita Das' debut book will tell you all the lessons COVID has learned from her! 

We spoke to Anindita Das, an advertiser turned author, about her first book that's a fun read about the lessons the pandemic has learned from her

Published on 9th August 2021

Quantitative Checklist can be helpful in detecting autism in toddlers: Study

The team at the Autism Research Centre in Cambridge conducted a prospective population screening study of nearly 4,000 toddlers

Published on 18th July 2021

Here's how this attention training programme is benefitting kids with autism

The researchers developed and used a programme called CPAT - Computerised Progressive Attentional Training, which helped improve reading and recognising skill in participants over eight weeks

Published on 10th July 2021

No action against students for speaking against govt: Delhi Deputy CM Sisodia calls penalised AUD student to apologise

Even though Education Minister Sisodia addressed the penalty levied on the girl, he did not comment on the issues the students have been protesting about

Published on 6th July 2021

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