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Anurag Mishra and the music within: How Project Swa came to be for this musician

It was when Odisha-born Anurag Mishra sang at a function for Tata Steel, where the designated musician did not turn up, that he realised his calling as a musician and he is grateful for this moment

Published on 21st February 2020
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Just in Kesh: How Instagram art influencer Keshav Ratnavel got his artistic freak on

From taking online classes to conducting challenges like #100DaysofSketching, Kesh has done it all to help peers achieve their potential as it in his 'selfish interest'

Published on 19th February 2020
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Puzzle your way through stress: This Chennai start-up is changing the way grown-ups spend their free time

Chennai-based Untangle founder C Senthilnathan tells us how solving puzzles can be a stress reliever and work as a gym for your brain. Here's how you can also 'untangle' after a tiring day!

Published on 12th February 2020
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 Like funky pins? Then check out these enamel pins made by Perpetual Gomes

We are in conversation with Mumbai-based enamel pin-maker Perpetual Gomes who calls herself 'a maker of cute things who turns dreams into reality through her art'. This is her pin-tastic journey!

Published on 12th February 2020
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Why you'll love indie noir film Lorni – The Flaneur, directed by Wanphrang Diengdoh

The movie premiered at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival held from November 15 to December 1, 2019, and was the only film from India that competed in the First Feature competition category

Published on 12th February 2020
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This Telangana dancer did a PhD at UoH on fitness using folk dance. Guess what he found?

Mallesh Edugani has been teaching, researching and performing for more than nine years. He is currently based out of Hyderabad and teaches at a school 

Published on 5th February 2020
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This Hyderabad student is documenting the city's culture like never before. This is how

Sibghat says that once upon a time, Golconda became so synonymous with wealth that cities in North America and Brazil were named after Golconda in the hope of finding diamonds there

Published on 31st January 2020
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Art was my saviour: How this Andhra University grad found her psychadelic art calling

Coming to Hyderabad for work was when she met many poets, especially through the Hyderabad Poetry Project, and inspired by their work, she would draw even more

 

Published on 31st January 2020
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A scholar made of stardust: Why we must never forget Rohith Vemula

On the third death anniversary of Rohith Vemula, we speak to his friends from the Ambedkar Students Association on how things have changed and what they remember of him

Published on 17th January 2019
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Meet the gay couple that asked the Kerala High Court to legalise gay marriage

Sonu and Nikesh Pushkaran got married at the Guruvayoor temple in July 2018, two months before SC decriminalised Section 377

Published on 28th January 2020
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Everything you need to know about the 11th Indian Film Festival of Bhubaneswar

The movies of the Indian Film Festival of Bhubaneswar are being screened at the Odissi Research Centre. For the schedule, check out their Facebook page 

Published on 22nd January 2020
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How Hyderabad theatre veteran Dr Pejjai Nagaraju is getting students to 'play' nice

The courses that Hyderabad-based Dr Pejjai Nagaraju has taught include children's theatre, physical movement, modern theatre, scenography and technical theatre 

Published on 22nd January 2020
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The Anand Neelakantan Interview: Let children pick up morals from our mythology themselves

Popular author Anand Neelakantan to understand his inclination towards mythological characters like Duryodhana and Ravana, and why they are relevant in today’s times

Published on 20th January 2020
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Textbooks make it dreary: Author Anuja Chandramouli explains how History can also be fascinating

Anuja Chandramouli tells us how History as a subject can be taught in an interesting manner and why people should indulge a lot more in it

Published on 14th January 2020
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How this WCC student channelled her Asperger’s to make it to The New York Times

Diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome at 16, and unable to speak English, Betsy Jenifer never imagined her works would feature in magazines and newspapers around the world four years later

Published on 27th December 2019

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