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Study suggests how educators can improve children's cognitive abilities through art

Children's paintings also serve as crucial artefacts of their perceptions, as they contain the sum of what children see as "essential"

Published on 19th July 2020
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#RajgruhaStandsTall: Twitterati condemn vandalisation of Ambedkar’s house, call for strict action

The house, named ‘Rajgruha’ houses a museum, Ambedkar’s large collection of books, his ashes and several other artefacts linked to the man who drafted the Indian Constitution

Published on 8th July 2020
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Goa's museums struggling to stay afloat due to COVID-19 lockdown, owners promise to take all precautions

Two studies by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and the International Council of Museums (ICOM) said museums have been especially affected by the pandemic

Published on 14th June 2020
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This architect duo is building sustainable spaces using eco-friendly, traditional methods. Here's how

Studio Dcode, an eco-friendly architecture firm uses local labour, resources and more importantly, local arts and crafts in the homes, offices and other spaces they build. We find out how

Published on 27th May 2020
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Here are 21 crazy cool online courses and how to study them

Conventional courses that will make you super employable or pad up your resume not quite your cup of chai? Fret not. Over the next three pages, here are some offbeat courses to satiate your soul

Published on 17th May 2020
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Will set up Tamil language centres around the world: K Pandiarajan, Minister for Tamil Official Language and Tamil Culture

Addressing students and delegates at the two-day conclave, the Minister stressed on the need for students to pursue higher education in History

Published on 8th January 2020
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Tipu, the original Communist? Why academics believe future generations must study about Tipu Sultan

Tipu Sultan was the first person to introduce land reforms in India before independence which was higly opposed by others

Published on 31st October 2019
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New Zealand researcher's discovery unravels clues about use of psychoactive plants for ritual 1000 years ago

The ancient bundle containing paraphernalia for consuming psychotropic substances was recovered from archaeological excavations in a rock shelter in the highland Andes

Published on 7th May 2019
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Schoolchildren impressed with preparation being done for devotees at this year's Kumbh Mela

The Kumbh Mela commenced on January 15 on Makar Sankranti, which was the first bathing day, and will end on Mahashivratri on March 4

Published on 20th January 2019
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How the visual expression of music has changed through evolving album cover designs

With dramatic stage lighting or chiaroscuro profile shots, prints of their visages made for good cover images

Published on 9th July 2018
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In this school, there are no fixed classrooms and the teachers learn along with their students

With no prescribed textbooks and fixed classrooms, this school in Anaikatti is providing a fear-free and inclusive learning environment, and a specially designed curriculum

Published on 21st May 2018

5 Memes you'll absolutely LOVE if you're psyched about Avengers: Infinity War

Every Marvel fan is extremely excited to watch the film, but they're all equally dreading how they'll feel once it's over, knowing that many of their favourite characters are likely to die

Published on 27th April 2018
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Get on the Jagriti Yatra train and experience the railroad trip of a lifetime   

The Jagriti Yatra is in its tenth year of taking entrepreneurs across the country and this year, it’s halting at the Rashtrapati Bhavan too!

 

Published on 23rd December 2017
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What could a 74-year-old have in common with someone who's 26? We talked to two teachers, generations apart, to find the answer

This Teachers' Day, we take a look at how much has changed in the education sector in the last few decades and how different it is to be a teacher today

Published on 5th September 2017
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No more Indo-Pak flak: Aanchal Malhotra has a museum full of Partition-era artefacts that she's showcasing on Instagram

Oral historian and artist Aanchal Malhotra's university project morphed into an Instagram account where she posts pictures of objects that survived the India-Pak partition

Published on 24th February 2017

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