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Here's how this 25-year-old from B'luru is documenting his everyday experiences with #1000daysofpoetry
Writing poetry regularly means running out of ideas to write about. Angshuman tells us how he invokes inspiration to write every day
Over 1,000 exhibitors across states and union territories will participate in the fair and others can also take part in insightful webinars, panel discussions and activities from Feb 27 to March 2, 20
Looking to take the plunge into social entrepreneurship? This course's hands-on approach might do the trick
For all those who nurture a social entrepreneurial streak, Access Livelihoods Consulting's Social Entrepreneurship Program is the right place to start. Their participants tell us why they think so...
Inker Robotics is preserving the art of Tholapavakoothu by automating the dying artform for the current generation to enjoy
Inker Robotics has managed to automate a traditional artform that has existed in Kerala for over 4,000 years by working closely with the artists who still practice it
Souhardya De, a XI grader, is currently working on a work of fiction set during Mughal emperor Akbar's reign
Kavya's quest: This 34-year-old is driving solo across India to network with native artisans and help popularise their work
Kavya Saxena is on a solo mission. For six months, she is travelling to six states of India to document the crafts that don't get enough attention. This is the purpose behind why she is doing it...
Inefficiency of Merit: Have India's top technical, scientific institutes used the ‘merit’ debate to deny jobs to teachers from oppressed communities?
Technical and scientific institutes have maintained that due to the ‘sophisticated nature’ of certain jobs, they cannot allow people who come in through reservation to occupy them
From a practical book on preventing your brain from aging to a guide to leadership and entrepreneurship, here are a few picks from the literary world
I wanted to try something more universal: Author Kevin Missal on retelling the Sinbad story and his foray into EdTech
Sinbad and the Trumpet of Israfil is the name of his latest book and it surely is a page-turner, take it from us. The young writer tells us all about what else can we look forward to from his side
Guess who’s been selected as Berlinale Talent at BIFF? This director from Kolkata and we are psyched!
Hyash Tanmoy has come a really long way and has a solid body of work including direction, producing, nurturing upcoming talents and a whole lot more. Check out what it means to be selected for it
If you ask the native Bengalureans about Yaksha Degula, then they will tell you a long story dating back to the 1960s. Such is the history created by father-daughter Yakshagana artist duo, K Mohan and
Here's how this engineering student from Odisha popularising Pattachitra by painting it on various mediums
Bhagyashree Sahoo, an engineer-turned-artist from Rourkela speaks about how she invested all her time during the lockdown to learn Pattachitra art and perfect it too
Twenty-month-old baby's death gives a new lease of life to five patients including a five-month-old infant
Doctors at Sir Gangaram Hospital in Delhi retrieved her heart, liver, both kidneys and both corneas, and transplanted them in five patients including the infant.
Here's why author and illustrator Niveditha Subramaniam feels illustrations bring life to stories for children
Niveditha Subramaniam is a children's author and illustrator from Chennai. We find out more about her books, illustrations, how she engages children and a lot more
Literature from the South is pan-Indian, even global: Kerala Governor delivers the opening keynote of TNIE's Dakshin Lit Fest
Governor of Kerala Arif Mohammad Khan inaugurated The New Indian Express' Dakshin Lit Fest 2020 virtually with his wise words and implored us all to make the most of COVID-induced loneliness
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