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How Bengaluru singer Vihan Damaris composed the patriotic track Love India

Vihan Damaris, a solo singer based in Bengaluru, talks about how music influenced her life and how she wants to use it as a tool to influence others to bring about a change in this chaotic world

Published on 6th February 2019
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The Oddsox effect: This band from MCC will blow your socks off

Oddsox, is a band from Madras Christian College that has been blowing up the indie music scene with their funky alternative rock music. Find out more about they came up with their rather strange name

Published on 4th February 2019
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Hyderabad-based Hunar House, through its events, ensures that artists find their platform and fine-tune their talent

Hunar House was initially called Xplore Abhinayam three years ago, and it was envisioned as a community which met both online and offline

Published on 30th January 2019
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Movies on his mind: Why we need to watch out for Srinath Ranganathan

Srinath Ranganathan talks about his passion for filmmaking and how he started off at a very early age. He further talks his future plans for his YouTube channel

Published on 30th January 2019
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Why every child needs to read this book about India's greatest women ever

This coffee table book has 51 stories of inspiring women of India who have set the ball rolling. Starting from freedom fighter Sarojini Naidu to one of the first female fighter pilots Avani Chaturvedi

Published on 29th January 2019
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It's worth the whistle: Hyderabadi lad Karra Sesha Sai whistles popular songs and you need to listen to him

Whistling is only this Deputy Manager at DCB Bank's weekend passion, but he makes the most of it to record his songs. Venkat, a friend helps him with the video shoot and audio recordings

Published on 29th January 2019
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Should English medium schools be merged with those teaching in vernacular medium to raise the standard of education?

Rationalisation and merging of schools is a compulsion in the context of migration of students to English medium schools.

Published on 21st January 2019
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Lit like that: The 4th edition of 'Wordlust' in Cuttack saw literature enthusiasts discuss the power of youth

On December 26, they conducted the fourth edition at the S Science Foundation in Cuttack which had events like Slam poetry/Storytelling, photography, journalism and AB Vajpayee Youth Parliament

Published on 7th January 2019
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How you can save a life by recording a song on your smartphone

Thomas John talks about Sing for Humanity, which is an initiative that lets donors sing a song that may just go online and help save lives in the process

Published on 3rd January 2019
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Countdown begins for the 84th edition of Kannada Sahitya Sammelana— literary sessions, music and drama to go on for three days in twin cities

Around 18,000 delegates will be participating in this three-day event 

 

Published on 3rd January 2019
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I can't handle too much free time, says musician-entrepreneur-mental health advocate Ananya Birla

For Platinum record-selling singer Ananya Birla, 2018 has been all about the hustle. With 2019, this multifaceted 24-year-old wants to tour, perform and reach out to more people through her music

Published on 22nd December 2018
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Bahujan Art Festival: TISS students invite marginalised artists to showcase their art, culture and food 

In many mainstream art festivals, marginalised artists seldom find a space and when they do it is mostly a token seat, which is why this festival is important to the dalit movement to reclaim their ar

Published on 16th December 2018
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#RIPAvni: How you can do your bit for animals by being a part of the global protest on Nov 11

The organisers of the protest are using social media to reach out to an insanely large audience of Indians and animals lovers the world over

Published on 9th November 2018
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How this year's Children|Literature|Fun was extraordinary in terms of story telling sessions, games and paintings

This year's edition of Children|Literature|Fun went beyond books and literature. Children got to hear true stories of many achievers and were also taught a few tricks to keep a listener entertained 

Published on 1st November 2018
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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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