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Audio plays and podcast on theatre? Yes, please. Break A Leg! is up to a lot despite the pandemic

The company established to promote all things theatre has some interesting offerings for you. Like audio plays. Stay up-to-date with their social media channels and you'll know when it's out 

Published on 4th October 2020
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Author and literary translator Sara Rai to head jury for JCB Prize for Literature 2021

The panel includes designer and art historian Annapurna Garimella, author and translator Shahnaz Habib, journalist and editor Prem Panicker and writer and podcaster Amit Varma

Published on 8th April 2021
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Bengaluru Feminist group Hidden Pockets took on Brigade Road on New Year's 2018, and survived

Hidden Pocket Collective's, an initiative by Lawyer Jasmine Lovely George aims to help people explore unknown places in Bengaluru and are helping the community stand up for each other

Published on 7th March 2018
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Brothers in Podcast Arms: Why you'll love Writer & Geek if you're an information junkie! 

Brothers Vishnu and Shankar Padmanabhan speak about the content they are bringing through their podcast, Writer & Geek and how they have garnered listeners across six continents of the world

Published on 26th September 2020
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Business coach and bestselling author Rajiv Talreja talks about his entrepreneurial journey and his upcoming book

The two people who inspire Talreja are Virat Kohli and Warren Buffett. Kohli's skills, performance and aggression make him very admirable to Talreja

Published on 28th February 2019
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Celebrating Teachers’ Day with the English Language Teachers’ Association of India

The association has been organising webinars focusing on the critical issues such as learners autonomy, love for literary texts, social media literacy, multimodal approaches and more

Published on 28th August 2020
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Chennai School of Music Therapy to create online content to teach public to use music for better health

These online resources also aim to equip the general public as well as music therapy professionals to use music in the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of diseases

Published on 26th June 2020
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Confused about how to pick a good online course? Give Lore a shot

The portal lore.online helps you decide between one million learning options that are currently floating around on the World Wide Web. So, are you ready to find your next quality course already?

Published on 6th March 2020
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COVID-19 lockdown in India has impacted education of over 247 million school children: UNICEF report

However, the report has highlighted the efforts done by the central and state government to continue education for children through multiple e-platforms like web portals, mobile apps, TV channels, etc

Published on 24th June 2020
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COVID-19: 'PM eVIDYA' for access to digital education to be launched soon, says Union Finance Minister 

'PM eVIDYA' programme will consist of 'Diksha' involving e-content and QR coded energized textbooks for all grades and will be called as 'one nation, one digital platform'

Published on 17th May 2020
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Do you get busy with your cell phones during lectures? Study says you will score less. You have been warned 

From a study conducted in the Johannesburg, it is clear why teachers are not welcoming Tech advancements in classrooms

Published on 23rd October 2017
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Feeling blue for a while now? This Columbia grad and her counselling sessions can put you at ease

Hyderabad-based Samyuktha Annamraju, the founder of The Mind Tab, wants to offer people experienced, quality and personalised counselling which she hopes will set her apart from the rest

Published on 30th August 2020
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Finding peace in The Nook: Why this Indian writer from Bhutan started a weekly poetry newsletter in 2020

Riya writes for a living, but The Nook is a corner she has craved for herself and shares with her readers who seek solace

Published on 6th February 2021
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For you, dear brother: How the loss of her little brother turned Raashi Thakran into a mental health advocate   

Based out of Bengaluru, Raashi Thakran lost her 18-year-old brother last year to suicide. Today, she has channelled all her grief and regret into becoming a mental health advocate. This is her story

Published on 24th September 2020
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Geetanjali Advani's YouTube series 'Eat with Geet' tells you how to whip up fusion dishes

Let Mumbai-based Geetanjali Advani's YouTube videos with Ultra Cookery teach you how to make fusion food

Published on 20th May 2018

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