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This HR professional's clicks makes toys look super awesome

Shahzad Bhiwandiwala is a HR professional by day talks about how he moonlights as a toy photographer,

Published on 24th February 2017
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Meet the cosmologist who tells filmmakers how to get 'space stuff' spot on in the movies

Dr Roberto Trotta, theoretical cosmologist from Imperial College, London was in India recently and he spoke about the universe, cosmology, and life on other planets

Published on 6th March 2017
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Modern knowledge, ancient wisdom

Rev Valson Thampu shares his views on how the present education system has drifted away from the primary role of imparting wisdom and not just knowledge

Published on 19th March 2017
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I used to call him Thalaiva: Dalit student Muthukrishnan's hostel mate recalls how the Rajini fan in him was alive till the end

During a condolence speech, JNU scholar Jithendra Suna talks about what it's like to be a Dalit student in JNU and how that pressure got to Muthukrishnan, driving him to commit suicide last week

Published on 20th March 2017
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Lessons from Arjun Bhardwaj's suicide: Are FB live videos the new suicide notes?

Just because you have a stream of depressed posts on social media doesn't mean that someone is listening, or at least listening hard enough to care. Here are important takeaways from this sad episode

Published on 4th April 2017
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Forget entrance tests, let teachers and scholars talk it out for Ph.D. and M.Phil admissions, says DU

The university scraps the entrance exam for aspirants with a fellowship from UGC/CSIR/NET or a central government institute, in a move that has alienated student unions

Published on 14th June 2017
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ISB launches research initiative on Aadhaar card

The Indian School of Business has launched a research initiative to promote the academic study of Aadhaar

Published on 5th July 2017
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Health ministry identifies 4 medical institutes to tackle maternal deaths

The chosen institutes will act as regional centres and train people to track maternal deaths and take steps to prevent them

Published on 25th July 2017
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This Bengaluru-based studio has gained attention for social causes by routing animation and film in one path  

Aarthi Parthasarathy and Chaitanya Krishna, the brains behind Falana Films, talk about how they took Bengaluru by storm

Published on 20th September 2017
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This travel company is saving Kerala's River Nila, one beautiful painting at a time 

The Blue Yonder has come up with a year-old project where the travellers will document everything that makes the river so crucial to their culture

Published on 30th September 2017
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Why Director Aparna Malladi's Girls-Only Jane Austen Book Club may be the perfect way for Hyderabadis to brush up on their classics

The filmmaker and avid reader has thought up a novel way to discuss the timeless women in Jane Austen and is sure to get a lot of like-minded people on board

Published on 31st August 2017
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Dyslexia is a problem and parents need to start accepting that, opine experts on World Dyslexia Day

Parents and society at large have a huge role to play in shaping and often making or breaking children with dyslexia and learning disabilities, opine Experts on World Dyslexia Day

Published on 5th October 2017
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Curious about how Viu's Social came to be? Read to find out what one of its writers has to say 

The writer of the web series, Social, tells us about Rana Daggubati's role, writing for a web series and more

Published on 8th October 2017
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A gentle touch instead of a violent smack is a good way to reduce and tackle feelings of social exclusion, says study

The discovery follows recent findings that effective social touch, and particularly gentle stroking of the skin, may be coded by a special physiological system linking the skin to the brain

Published on 23rd October 2017
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Bringing the forgotten to light, Kannada author Bolwar Mahamad Kunhi to put Prophet Muhammad's wife under the pen

A recipient of many State and national awards, he adds that with changing times, the Kannada audience has opened up more to such issues with some women also voicing their opinions on delicate issues

Published on 2nd November 2017

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