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Hit by the pandemic, independent publication house producing Dalit-Bahujan literature is looking for seed funding
In the last four years, Panther's Paw has brought out nine books - this includes translated works of Dalit writers, poetry, prose and essays
In today's #TBT, we take you back to the day when the film 101 Dalmations released and how it became a hit worldwide. Also remembering the English novelist and essayist Virginia Woolf. Read on...
A Headmaster, from a Zilla Parishad School, Dighol Deshpande village, said online education was an alternative option but the mode has failed in rural areas and even smart kids were lagging behind
Book drives, free library memberships: How these government officials are making sure that more rural Karantaka children read books
We must spread knowledge by donating books to rural kids, believes Priyanka Mary Francis. Rashmi Patil speaks to the Commissioner of Panchayat Raj to know more about their book collection drive
The Oxford Bookstore Book Cover Prize has announced its longlist for the sixth edition at the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2021
Dharamveer Jakhar, a police constable in Rajasthan has been teaching the kids regularly for an hour every day since January 2016 in Aapni Pathshala, a school started by him
A woman constable noticed a lone minor girl entering into the station through the main entrance gate in a distressed condition
Saran's portrait features Modi receiving a guard of honour during the 50th year celebration of the foundation of India's Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) in 2019
Dhummas has been written and directed by Nainisha Dedhia and there are many reasons that make this 19-minute film wonderful. We tell you all about what makes it click and why it's a must watch
Netaji was believed to have faked his death and lived secretly till he became old, said his followers. There are several other theories such as this
#ThrowBackToday: How people were starved, gassed or worked to death at Auschwitz death camp liberated 76 years ago
In today's #TBT, we inform you about how the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp was marked in Jerusalem in the year 2020. Also, today is World Handwriting Day. How will you celebrate it? Tell us!
Learning Spiral's survey found that the major hurdle faced during online exams is cheating. They used advanced technologies to minimise the rate
What the FAQ: All you need to know about President Joe Biden's new Immigration Policy. Will it help Indians going to the USA?
Post the November election outcome, a document of the Biden transition had said he will reform the visa system that has kept so many Indian families in waiting for too long
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