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International Literacy Day: Why we need to look at literacy beyond the basic ability to read and write

Former IAS officer Swaran Singh explains why he believes that literacy is not an endpoint but a continuous process and has a definition that encompasses more than institutional learning

Published on 8th September 2020
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Welcome to Reason: Does one need to know Hindi to be called an Indian?

Language politics has always been a sensitive and emotive issue in Tamil Nadu where the National Education Policy (NEP) has been stirring up controversy

Published on 16th August 2020
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Start-ups are investing in space missions more than big companies: ISRO chief

Major space faring nations have multiple rocket launch sites. India presently has one rocket port at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh with two launch pads

Published on 27th June 2020
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NIRF 2020: From 35 in 2019, Tamil Nadu now only has 32 of top 100 arts, science colleges in India. Full list inside

In the NIRF list, there are colleges in TN that have secured significantly better ranks this year as compared to their ranks in 2019, while some have also taken a huge hit

Published on 11th June 2020
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No horsing around! Here's why this equestrian show in Chennai was rad

The Ride-Drive-Run event was one of the highlights for teams of three people - 1 rider with the horse, another driver with an ATV and a runner who had to jump over obstacles

 

Published on 21st March 2020
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What happened on May 22, 2018? Reliving the day Thoothukudi lost its hope in humanity

Time has passed and families recall the events of the day the police opened fire on lakhs of people without a warning, killing 15 people and leaving hundreds injured. What really happened that day?

Published on 22nd May 2019
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Meet the real Padwoman M Muthulakshmi who is distributing eco-friendly sanitary napkins for free to those who can't afford it

M Muthulakshmi is creating a difference in the lives of women and the environment by handing out biodegradable sanitary pads

Published on 26th February 2019
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A daily wager's daughter from Tuticorin who lost her mother at seven just scored 1173 in her boards, but she may not be going to college: This is why 

Her mother died when she was 7. Her dad is a mason who raises three daughters on a meagre wage. And yet, Anandha Jothi managed to get 1173 in her board exams

Published on 12th May 2017

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