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Slow Clap: JNU is yesterday. Like Hans Raj Hans, we want it to be called MNU too. Here's why

BJP MP Hans Raj Hans' idea is absolutely brilliant and JNU must be called Modi Narendra University. We'll tell you all the reasons behind it

Published on 19th August 2019
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It's Official. Google Assistant can understand you better than Siri and Alexa

In its annual test, research-driven venture capital firm Loup Ventures found that Google Assistant understood every single query and answered correctly 92.9 per cent of the time

Published on 19th August 2019
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Caring for nature and the environment should be everyone’s concern: Wildlife and conservation filmmaker Shekar Dattatri on why the wildlife needs our attention 

His hard-hitting advocacy films have exposed the destruction of nature and helped bring about positive outcomes

Published on 17th August 2019
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Independence Day: 5 interesting facts that you probably didn't know about 'Jana Gana Mana'

As we celebrate the 73rd Independence Day it is important that we know our national anthem better than the rest of the world

Published on 15th August 2019
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Animating the world around you: Why Wiztoonz has animation on their virtual radar

Earlier, animation was restricted to entertainment. Now, the applications have increased with e-commerce, digital content, AR, classroom education and automobiles Sreedhar VT tells us

Published on 12th August 2019
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From text rap battles to films and albums, Namma Bengaluru's Gubbi is the perfect Gully Boy

Gubbi is an expert in conscious rapping and he believes in writing lyrics based on his experiences as well as about some serious issues that he sees around him every day

Published on 12th August 2019
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She didn't know what retirement was: What YG Madhuvanti learnt from her grandmother Mrs YGP  

Madhuvanti, who herself went to Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan, says her earliest memory of her grandmother was when she was just three years old 

 

Published on 7th August 2019
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Viva la Vada Chennai: How youngsters here are using hip-hop, rap and gaana to rewrite music history

The marginalised communities in the housing boards in Chennai are taking to hip-hop and mainstreaming gaana to speak up about their stories and struggles

Published on 29th October 2018
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End of an era as PSBB founder Rajalakshmi Parthasarathy, aka Mrs YGP, passes away

Rajalakshmi had a cardiac arrest and passed away at Apollo Hospital on Greams Road. She was 93 and was still involved in the running of her schools

 

Published on 6th August 2019
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The Suraj Yengde interview: People are eager to learn about Nazis, but not about caste oppression in India

Suraj Yengde is a Harvard scholar, he was also the first Dalit to get a PhD from an African University. He is in India to promote his book 'Caste Matters'

 

Published on 5th August 2019
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Substance Abuse: How Chennai's TTK Foundation is using music and horticulture to help rehabilitation

Going beyond just regular therapy to help people deal with alcohol and drug abuse, the foundation is helping people come out of addiction

 

Published on 5th August 2019
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This 19-year-old Auroville poet just published her first collection of poems titled Unfettered

She reads all kinds of poetry from Noel Parent, a writer from Auroville in Puducherry, to the classics of William Wordsworth 

Published on 2nd August 2019
India March For Science

Mahabharata's a great literary piece, but not scientific: Why India will March for Science on August 9

The scientists, students and the scientific community at large will march to stop the propagation of unscientific ideas and develop scientific temper

Published on 30th July 2019
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Twitter launches #Tweetups to strengthen global conversations

Each location would have translators on hand to help with language barriers and also pair people up based on time zones

Published on 30th July 2019
NEET 2019 - Test Withdraw bill not passed

Implementation of NEET for engineering courses to happen, but not now: AICTE chairman

"As NEET is a national-level test we will have to follow one curriculum and CBSE will be the obvious choice," said AICTE Chairman Anil D Sahasrabudhe

Published on 29th July 2019

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