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This 13-year-old from Vijayawada is reviewing books she loves. Check out her cool YouTube channel

Apart from reviews, Sri Harshika Gudlavilleti also ensures that she gives information about important details like, price of the book, publishers, number of pages and a little about the author too  

Published on 1st June 2020
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Let your kids indulge in PlanetSpark's Happiness Hour and learn skills through live classes

As many as 15 courses are being offered by this start-up based out of Gurugram to ensure that learning and fun don't stop, not even during the lockdown. So, which skill will you be learning today?
 

Published on 28th May 2020
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WWF India's Model Conference of Parties will show children the way towards a more sustainable world

Union Minister Prakash Javadekar is the chief guest on day one of the conference which falls on International Day for Biological Diversity, that is, May 22. You will be joining in, right? 

Published on 21st May 2020
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Annie's Song: Why this braille literacy device has excited everyone from Prince William to NITI Aayog

Developed by Thinkerbell Labs, Annie is a self-learning braille device that several visually-impaired students across the nation are using to learn like never before. Check out their whole story!

Published on 19th May 2020
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How this family in Idukki has sustained themselves on a raw food diet through the lockdown

Eldho Pachilakkadan and his family consume an all-fruit diet thanks to their ten-acre farm in Idukki where they grow and eat their own food to promote good health 

Published on 29th April 2020
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Lockdown: Teen chess wizards keep composure; stay busy with online events 

The teen chess wizards R Praggnanandhaa, D Gukesh and P Iniyan are looking to make optimum use of the time available and work on their games.

Published on 7th April 2020
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John Collins, the Paper Airplane Guy, tells us why you should tune into his online workshops soon

Guinness Book of World Records holder for designing and flying farthest the world's paper airplane, John Collins tells us why making it is not child's play 

Published on 6th April 2020
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COVID-19: Vishwanathan Anand and six Indian champs to play online chess on April 11 to raise funds

Along with Anand, India's men and women champions such Koneru Humpy, P. Harikrishna, B. Adhiban, Vidit Gujrathi and Dronavalli Harika will play against global chess fans and players

Published on 6th April 2020
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'To Meghan Markle', 'Megxit' explained: Here's how the Duchess' royal exit has given birth to new words

What does ‘to Meghan Markle’ mean? As a verb it means to take care of one’s mental health. The name was used as a verb by Twitter user @_RyanJesse

Published on 4th February 2020
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Canteen fundas: Here's a look at what it takes to become an expert in something you put your mind to

Experts are made, not born. It requires a minimum of ten years or 10,000 hours of intense training, deliberate practice and constant work on specific skills

Published on 30th November 2019
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School students in Hyderabad battled it out on the chessboard 

While students appeared eager and enthusiastic to participate, parents and others appreciated the efforts that went into organising the chess tournament

Published on 25th November 2019
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Even on the mobile, I only played chess: How Chennai lad Praggnanandhaa became a Grandmaster at 12

Praggnanandhaa has previously been the Under-8 champion in 2013 and the Under-10 winner in 2015

Published on 7th November 2019
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In Guinness attempt, girl rides bicycle for three kilometres blindfolded on Gandhi Jayanthi

Not only does she ride the bicycle blindfolded, but the 11-year-old also surprises her neighbours by painting, colouring and playing chess all the while being blindfolded

Published on 3rd October 2019
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How these cancer-surviving children fought against all odds to bring laurels to the country

The children, many of them underprivileged, come from various corners of the country. What threads them together are their long and tough personal battles against cancer

Published on 18th August 2019
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Like Science, even entrepreneurship should be taught at the school level: Darden Prof Saras D Sarasvathy

Darden's Entrepreneurship and Ethics Prof Saras D Sarasvathy tells us how the field has changed over 25 years and what her definition of an expert entrepreneur is

Published on 27th July 2019

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