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How Chennai storyteller Srividya Veeraraghavan was spotted by PM Modi and featured on Mann Ki Baat

We speak to Srividya Veeraraghavan, a Chennai-based storyteller who recently popped up in the Prime Minister’s monthly address Mann Ki Baat

Published on 7th October 2020
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Comics, caste, conversation: The curiously delightful world that Rajesh Rajamani has created

Rajesh Rajamani talks about how he conceived the idea of initiating conversations on caste, gender through comics

Published on 24th September 2020
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Students, academics and researchers protest at IISc against unscientific papers at Indian Science Congress

Among those present at the protest were Prajval Shastri, a retired professor from the Indian Institute of Astrophysics

Published on 7th January 2019
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This Bengaluru artist's illustrations of asuras are literally all the rage online!

Come on, name the demons from Indian mythology you know. Raavan, Hiranyakashipu, Naraksura and so on. Harsha has reimagined ten of them with his artistic sensibilities and you have to have a look!  

Published on 3rd August 2020
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Sarasvati Civilisation only part of RSS mythology: Why JNU's CHS doesn't want anything to do with Maj Gen GD Bakshi's webinar

In a letter to the VC, 14 out of the 19 teachers of the Centre said that they were not consulted before deciding that the CHS's same would be associated with the webinar

Published on 12th June 2020
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Lockdown boredom? Here's a list of binge-worthy books to sail through Lockdown 4.0

Reading is not only a great form of escapism, but it also helps to stimulate creativity and enrich language skills, making it a great idea for all ages

Published on 20th May 2020
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This man from Cuttack rescues snakes and feeds stray dogs every day, despite the lockdown. This is his story

Suvendu Swain gets six to seven calls for snake rescues every day and he heeds each and every one of them. He has even started feeding stray dogs in many areas, which is his latest initiative  

Published on 25th April 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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The history being taught is Delhi-centric: Anand Neelakantan rued about the education system

The author also noted that what history we are teaching is horrible and what we are trying to reach is horrendous

Published on 9th January 2020
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This 24-year-old mural artist is trying to revive ancient artforms through her workshops  

Mural artist K Megha Menon discusses the need to revive Indian art and culture through ancient artforms like mural painting, madhubani and kalamkari and how her workshops plays an important role

Published on 1st January 2020
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Hey Ram! UP govt sanctions Rs 30 lakh to trace Lord Ram's international footprint to Ayodhya Research Institute

The global project, which aims to showcase India's cultural-religious legacy to the world, will feature many countries in Southeast Asia, Central Asia, the Caribbean and parts of Europe

Published on 16th December 2019
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Looking for a new book to read or someone to read it with? Vowelor is the answer!

Manik Ghawri, Co-founder of Vowelor, tells Rashmi Patil about the app and how it helps connect readers across India — and why community reading is a great thing for the young Indian soul

Published on 11th December 2019
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These Bengaluru students are painting the Cubbon park metro station walls with lessons on water conservation

Students from Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology are using visual form of storytelling to express the ancient and current water practices in Bengaluru. They are painting murals on the walls

Published on 26th November 2019
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TN Government asks schools, colleges to stop Hindu groups forming anti-love jihad units on campus

The government directed the school department to keep a watch over schools and colleges that could be violating guidelines by patronising such activities on campus  

 

Published on 23rd October 2019

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