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How this Mumbai-based author's latest book drives home the importance of inclusivity in an increasingly divided world

When Adil Speaks is a thoughtful book that has equally thought-provoking illustrations as well. The idea of the book has been brewing in the mind of author Lavanya Karthik for a very long time now

Published on 27th November 2020
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This comic series illustrates the lives of transgender people in India's STEM education system. Check it out!

Created by the science collective The Life of Science, it has illustrated the lives of Ashoka University professor Bittu R and activist Grace Banu

Published on 25th November 2020
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Jadavpur University begins compiling adaptations of Shakespeare's works produced in Bengal

From cinema and theatre to literature, there have been several adaptations of Shakespeare's works both in Bengali and English in West Bengal

Published on 19th November 2020
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This artist just illustrated in vivid detail what's awesome about every district in Kerala. Here's why it rocks

Noufal S has recreated the map of Kerala with the important landmarks in each and every district. Here's why it's an artistic experience you must not miss

Published on 18th November 2020
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How Shuruti Vengatesh is introducing children to the joy of receiving a postcard

Shuruti's initiative Make Mail sees her drawing on and customising government postcards and sending it to children and adults

Published on 15th November 2020
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Why Rishav Mohanty's illustrations are giving Odia folk tales a glocal upgrade

In a quest to tell more local stories, 24-year-old Rishav Mohanty, who hails from Bhubaneswar but is currently based out of Delhi, is going back to his roots and we find out what he is up to now

Published on 11th November 2020
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Rowling weaves believable fairytale for all ages: 8 Indian children among illustrators

Eight Indian children are among the 34 from five countries who made the final cut for the book, released by Rowling on Tuesday

Published on 10th November 2020
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This Bengaluru mother wanted her son to read. And so she started a library. 13 years on, this is what happened

ThinkBox is a children’s library stocked with books and toys in Bengaluru’s Malleshpalya main road. We find out more

Published on 9th November 2020
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Sudha Murty's book for kids written during the lockdown to be released on Children's Day

Grandparents' Bag of Stories with illustrations by Priya Kurian is a special Children's Day release by Puffin and a follow-up book to Grandma's Bag of Stories

Published on 8th November 2020
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Bookshelf: Books that spotlight children's mental health

Here's a list of books that address the various emotions children struggle with, and can be companions to them during the hard times

Published on 27th October 2020
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Up for an adventure? Pick up filmmaker Soumitra Ranade's first action-adventure novel for children

Out on bookshelves on October 20, Soumitra Ranade's novel Bhrigu and the Palace of Mirrors is high on the mystery and intrigue factor. We find out what's it all about during a chat with the filmmaker

Published on 19th October 2020
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IIT-Madras start-up GUVI develops game-based coding platform for kids

The start-up worked with more than 1,200 kids from the Netherlands, the US, Australia and India while developing the product features and designs for HackerKID

Published on 14th October 2020
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Girl Child Day: NCRB data reveals pending cases on child marriage increase 11x in the past decade

The total number of cases every year, the cases worked on and the pending cases have moved almost on the same path over the decade. As the incidence increased, so did the productivity of the police

Published on 12th October 2020
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Why Dalits and the underprivileged in India have built-in barriers to accessing mental health care

Mental healthcare even for so-called privileged communities is dismal, so one can only shudder to imagine what it must be for those from non-privileged backgrounds

Published on 11th October 2020
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Here's how Mumbai artist Indu Harikumar is helping women reclaim their social media mojo through her illustrations

The stories that come in are responses to questions she puts out on sharing social spaces when one is in a relationship. She illustrates them and puts up the story keeping the person's identity anonym

Published on 8th October 2020

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