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Can you believe that Mr Funny bones was heckled for bad jokes?

Comedian Naveen Richard narrates the funny tale that is his life 

Published on 27th February 2017
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Into the Deep: India's first underwater photographer Sumer Verma talks about life below 'sea' level 

Underwater photographer Sumer Verma, who has done undersea cinematography for films like Theri and Maryan tells us why the ocean makes him come alive

Published on 27th February 2017
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Read all about it: Balaknama is a newspaper that's run entirely by and for street kids in Delhi

In an age when print is becoming increasingly scarce, Delhi-based Balaknama, supported by the NGO CHETNA is probably the only newspaper in the world that's run by street kids

Published on 24th February 2017
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Dear Mr Ashokamitran, I wish we'd done that interview sooner: A reporter's account of her tryst with the writer during his last days

The reporter talks about her incomplete interview with one of the most prominent doyens of Tamil literature, Ashokamitran. 

Published on 24th March 2017
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Tablets which teach and need no popping

Turning subjects into games is ConveGenius with its tablets, but not without facing hurdles of their own

Published on 31st March 2017
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Questions about Kerala's Mandatory Malayalam Move: Do tenth graders write an extra paper or does Hindi scoot over?

Examining the Kerala government's ordinance to have Malayalam as a mandatory subject in all schools, educationists are a bit confused about the execution part. Some questions that need answering are..

Published on 12th April 2017
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The Counsellor of Convicts: Here's why Rohit Kumar kept going back to Tihar Jail

Rohit Kumar's book Tales from the Jail is possibly one of the few accounts of what life is like for a man who keeps going back to prison without being indicted, arrested or locked away

Published on 19th April 2017
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Broken heart and happy endings: Anuj Tiwari's journey from being an introvert to a bestselling author

Love has scarred Anuj Tiwari once. Life wasn't fair to him ever. But he rose like a phoenix penning tales of love

Published on 21st April 2017
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Here's a chance to get your story on the big screen, courtesy Drishyam Films

Drishyam Films with its new competition urges you to write that story you want to see on the big screen

Published on 25th April 2017
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Forget Hindi! Now, 25 army personnel are being taught Chinese by Viswa-Bharati University

Visva-Bharati University offers a Chinese language (Mandarin) certificate-level course to 25 Indian Army soldiers, who have voluntarily opted for this course

Published on 2nd May 2017
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Here's why Tamil Nadu's teachers hate Class 10 & 12 evaluations: Terrible toilets, no food and a princely pay of ten bucks for every paper they correct

As the Class 12 results are set to be released, here's what your teachers went through to get the job done - Travelling long distances in the heat, terrible pay, no allowances and terrible toilets

Published on 3rd May 2017
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Minister says NEET questions in Bengali were tougher than the ones in English

West Bengal's State education minister Partha Chatterjee, says questions set in Bengali for aspirants from the state appearing for the NEET exam for MBBS and BDS were different and tougher

Published on 8th May 2017
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Rappin’ and ‘rolling’ on the world’s stage: How Shek Monu ignored his amputation and went ahead to become an inspirational rapper

Shek Monu lost a hand and both his legs a decade ago. Now, the Hyderabad-based student is living his dream and rapping on stage

Published on 6th May 2017
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Now you can receive programming lectures in Hindi on YouTube without spending a penny

Saurabh Shukla talks about his YouTube channel, MySirG.com that teaches the art of programming. He provides lectures to a vast audience, all in Hindi

Published on 15th May 2017
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This 18-year-old has developed two apps already. What's your excuse? 

Swaraj Phadtare a student from VIT tells us about his app and how it could potentially solve the brewing language problem in the Parliament and elsewhere

Published on 15th May 2017

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