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SKF India announces scholarships for over 100 underprivileged meritorious girls

Targeted at girls pursuing various professional courses such as medical, engineering and CA, among others, the scholarship fund can be utilised for covering expenses  

Published on 24th February 2021
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Oorna Permaculture Farm sticks to sense and sustainability while conducting workshops that bring you closer to nature. Meet the 30-year-old Hyderabadi artist behind it

Would you like to visit a farm? Oorna Permaculture Farm is different though. They have cobbed and poured walls plus they follow the principles of permaculture. This 30-year-old artist behind it all

Published on 23rd February 2021
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This app helps teach kids with intellectual disabilities through colourfully positive stories

Typed Tales is a web app that teaches kids with ID to understand their emotions and learn practical skills — and inspire them to take things further

 

Published on 20th February 2021
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IIM Sambalpur to tie up with Flipkart for expanding reach of famous Sambalpuri handloom

The premier B-School, during a study on Sambalpuri handloom weavers, found out the fabric needs marketing platforms and modern designs to expand its reach to consumers across the globe

Published on 19th February 2021
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Want to be the king of the stock market? This 28-year-old from Bhubaneswar can show you the way

Subasish Pani has put in a lot of training, work and time to reap the rewards he is more than entitled to now. So why not share the tricks of the trade with other aspirants too, he thought to himself

Published on 17th February 2021
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Ouso Chakola's project, Obscura DAC, uses analogue printing techniques to create photos that look like they're from the past

Obscura DAC is a project that uses analogue photography to print images. We find out how the creator is preparing to take the show on the road by working with a number of schools

Published on 17th February 2021
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How Makkala Jagriti kept their holistic development lessons ticking over for Karnataka's Govt School kids during the lockdown

Thousands of students studying in government schools across Karnataka are getting access to super-fun personality development lessons courtesy these programmes by Makkala Jagriti

Published on 10th February 2021
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Every Telugu ammayi and abbayi will double-tap on Sameera Maruvada's hilarious illustrations on Insta. This is why

Sameera Maruvada is not new to the world of social media at all but her domain always has been YouTube. Now, she is on Instagram too to start conquering this medium as well. This is her story...

Published on 10th February 2021
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This 22-year-old artist's work invokes the funniest childhood memories. Check it out!

We speak to N Dejeshwini, an artist and children's book illustrator, who is showcasing her cartoon-inspired artwork on Instagram

Published on 3rd February 2021
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How this Hyderabad start-up is putting the practicals back in academics

BioMe Life Science conducts sessions and experiments in educational institutions to make practicals great again. But now that schools and colleges are closed, they are working on an activity kit

Published on 2nd February 2021
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How this bamboo research centre has revitalised the way of life in Wayanad

At Uravu Indigenous Science and Technology Study Centre, bamboo has grown to become a way of life. We find out how they promote indigenous knowledge around the plant

Published on 1st February 2021
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PM Modi praises Rourkela girl for promoting Pattachitra art in his Mann Ki Baat address

During his monthly radio programme, Prime Minister Modi took note of Bhagyashree Sahu and praised her for popularising the traditional art form, which is native to Odisha and West Bengal

Published on 31st January 2021
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Lighting up lives: How this IIT Guwahati prof's solar light-powered bags are helping kids in hilly areas study

Charu Monga's Jugnu backpacks help children from hilly and remote regions study and commute in places where there is no electricity. We find out more  

Published on 27th January 2021
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Guess who’s been selected as Berlinale Talent at BIFF? This director from Kolkata and we are psyched!

Hyash Tanmoy has come a really long way and has a solid body of work including direction, producing, nurturing upcoming talents and a whole lot more. Check out what it means to be selected for it 

Published on 21st January 2021
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Commonwealth Secreteriat and women sailing crew to fight marine pollution

The collaboration will help Commonwealth countries protect oceans and manage plastic pollution

Published on 21st January 2021

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