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Visually challenged at Kerala's SB College get extra help; free audio library set up 

Students of the Library Science department have offered to record audio versions of the textbooks in the syllabus 

Published on 16th October 2021
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Forget movies, Delhi police arrests 38-year-old for printing pirated NCERT textbooks

The police had raided Manoj Jain's printing unit on September 18 in outer Delhi's Mandoli and found 5,000 pirated textbooks worth Rs 35 lakh 

Published on 5th October 2021
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Kerala to reopen college campuses for double vaccinated final years on October 4, after 18 months of COVID closure

Sharing of pens, pencils, books, water bottles or food items is forbidden in the safety guidelines issued by the government

Published on 4th October 2021
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These riders in Karnataka rack up miles to put smiles on the faces of govt school kids

Ride for Cause is helping and supporting kids studying in government schools across Karnataka since 2018. They have revamped over eight schools, provided workbooks and tangram books for many kids   

Published on 22nd September 2021
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Flocci­nauci­nihili­pili­fication! Struggling to say it? For this avid reader who's read over 1,500 books, it's super easy!

Lakshmi Rakhesh is a true wiz kid. She talks endlessly about her love for books as we find out

Published on 15th September 2021
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A 23-year-old Telugu writer and his quest to bring the stories of his Lambada community to the fore

Ramesh Karthik Nayak had penned a poetry plus short story book in the year 2018 and this year, he has many more books coming out, including one for his English poetry. Here's more about his journey

Published on 15th 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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Don't sacrifice intellectual freedom on altar of party politics, I have quoted Savarkar and Golwalkar at length in my books, and refuted them: Tharoor

His statement was in apparent support of Kannur University's decision to include portions of books of RSS leader M S Golwalkar and Hindu Mahasabha leader V D Savarkar in its post graduate course

Published on 12th September 2021
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Bombay High Court issued notice to Centre and Maharashtra govt on plea to include sale of books as essential services

Alcohol had been considered even during the last year's lockdown, why had the state and the central authorities have not included the sale of books in the list of essential services, asked the plea

Published on 3rd September 2021
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Mobile libraries on camel carts providing education to children in remote villages of Rajasthan

The kids also expressed their happiness on getting an opportunity to access different books during the pandemic

Published on 3rd September 2021
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International Kolkata Book Fair in December-January if pandemic situation eases, hope Guild officials

According to one estimate around 580 publishers and booksellers take part in the fair, stated to be the biggest in the world in terms of footfall

Published on 17th August 2021
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I did not like poetry going back to the shelf: Meet researcher-cum-poet Madhu Raghavendra

Madhu Raghavendra, a poet and founder of Poetry Couture, speaks about he started this group and the way it spread organically across India. He has published three books of poems so far

Published on 11th August 2021
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Andhra Pradesh government hopes implementing NEP 2020 will transform school education in state

The Annual Status of Education Report revealed that in AP only 22.4 per cent children in Class 3 could read the second level textbooks while 38.4 per cent could do subtraction

Published on 8th August 2021
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How IIT Bombay Prof Pankaj Sekhsaria drew from his own experience to write his first children's book

Pankaj Sekhsaria has already written books and news articles, but this time, he is venturing into new waters with his first children's book — Waiting For Turtles and this is what it's all about

Published on 5th August 2021
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Finally! This 30-year-old fulfilled his dream of becoming a published writer. Next, he wants to direct films!

First and foremost, Sai Nikhil Etikyala is a storyteller. He has now successfully written his very first book and is planning his second one too, while nurturing his dream of being a film director

Published on 4th August 2021

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