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Karnataka textbook row: Novelist SL Bhyrappa says students must be taught truth, not ideology 

Bhyrappa condemned the chaos at Primary and Secondary Education Minister B C Nagesh's house and said, "If the police were not there, the NSUI activists would have set it afire"

Published on 3rd June 2022
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Tamil Nadu is coming up with a novel solution to boost STEM interest in govt schools

Science clubs are in the pipeline for government schools and will involve providing them with science equipment and models

Published on 28th May 2022
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#WhatTheFAQ: Hindi novel wins International Booker Prize for the first time! We tell you about the Prize 

This recognition brings into a larger purview the entire world of Hindi literature, in particular, and Indian literature, as a whole, the author states

Published on 27th May 2022

TSIC launches novel Teaching Innovation Portal exclusively for Telangana teachers

The Teaching Innovation Portal has been set up in collaboration with the Education Department's Grassroots Innovation Augmented Network 

Published on 5th May 2022
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Dish of realism, garnish of fantasy: This 10-year-old detests fairytales but her debut novella is a dreamy wish come true

Charunainika is a Class V student and YouTuber from Kozhikode who recently released her first book, The Unknown Friend. In a free-wheeling chat, she tells us all about it

Published on 9th April 2022
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In a novel move, students to contribute towards prep of Board exam question papers in Kerala

The State Council for Educational Research and Training will start collecting students' feedback on the question papers from this year itself

Published on 19th March 2022
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Sleeping at the varsity: Presidency University students’ novel way of demanding reopening of hostels 

The students led by Sangharsh, a left-leaning student organisation at the varsity, have been camping out of the space right below a stairwell since February 16

Published on 18th February 2022
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What happened on January 28: From Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice to Lego patenting their blocks

Love playing with Lego blocks? Well, the company patented these very building block bricks on January 28, 1958

Published on 28th January 2022
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What happened on January 5: Tiger Pataudi was born and Jekyll and Hyde started a reign of verbal terror

The Tiger of Indian cricket was born and the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Hyde came into existence

Published on 5th January 2022
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British Council Library in Kolkata opens doors for its members after a long time

What are you waiting for? Get, set, ready to go and enter the most resourceful library in Kolkata and grab your favorite piece to read 

 

Published on 11th December 2021
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Proud moment for Konkani community: Damodar Mauzo on winning Jnanpith Award

Mauzo shared the Jnanpith Award with eminent Assamese poet Nilmoni Phookan. This marks a full circle for the celebrated author

Published on 8th December 2021
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What happened on November 11: A movie's novel attempt at AIDS awareness and India observes National Education Day

The late 20th century was not a good time for you in America if you were from the LGBTQIA+ community and, if you were diagnosed with AIDS, then life was, to put it mildly, bleak

Published on 11th November 2021
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Novel coronavirus may infect a higher proportion of pregnant women: ICMR study

According to the study, the most common complication were a pre-term delivery and hypertensive disorders in pregnancy

Published on 17th September 2021
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#ThrowbackToday: Agatha Christie and her mastery over detective novels

In today's #TBT, we talk about the writer who gave us one of the most famous fictional detectives Hercule Poirot and how her books continue to sell like hotcakes today. Here's more about her

Published on 15th September 2021
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Researchers create novel vaccine formulation for the widespread form of TB

Bacillus Calmette-Guerin is widely used as a vaccine against tuberculosis but has variable protection against neonatal and adult pulmonary TB

Published on 22nd August 2021

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