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You win some, you lose some: Why ending things on a high note matters 

Pro Tip: Setbacks are commas, not full stops. Learn from them, correct mistakes and improve. End on a high, always

Published on 11th July 2020
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This Hyderabad singer has started a music revolution in Mumbai's Dharavi slums. Here's how

Hyderabad-based Gomathi Iyer is doing some unforgettable covers on Instagram and before the lockdown, was helping girls in one of the largest slums in the world, Dharavi in Mumbai learn to sing

Published on 23rd June 2020
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The British Council's Digital Pride Festival aims to celebrate diverse queer voices from India and the UK

Organised in partnership with The Queer Muslim Project, the initiative brings together various art forms by LGBTQIA+ artists from around the world

Published on 22nd June 2020
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Presidency University students continue protest for third day as VC remains inside chamber overnight

After confined to her room by the agitating students for 16 hours since Monday, Lohia had made an exit through the side door of her chamber on Tuesday morning

Published on 5th February 2020
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You'll be wowed by this Chennai-based educational consultant's rap on dating and relationships

From singing in church choirs to rapping about relationships and dishin’ out dating advice, Deborah Sharon believes in being unconventionally herself. Here's her story

Published on 5th February 2020
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Ghatam player Ujjwal Kumar has big plans for the humble 'desi' musical instrument!

He is a 26-year-old music prodigy who can play over 20 instruments, and his music has a certain ‘unheard of' quality to it. His little medley is a story of passion and dedication

Published on 8th October 2019

Everyone told me I was a one-hit wonder: Josh Vivian on life as an indie musician

After his runaway hit single Cosmopolitan Kadhali — the one with that slick, fun video — Josh Vivian is now gearing up for the release of his debut album. This is his story

Published on 21st June 2019
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Forced into playing the violin at 8, this Chennai-based MMA Symphony Orchestra musician is now teaching music himself

Keerthan Sergius Robert thinks it is as important to learn contemporary songs as it is to have your classical base right

Published on 3rd June 2019
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From Slain to slaying the music production biz: How Jonathan Wesley nearly won a Grammy when in college

Jonathan Anand Wesley talks about how he transitioned from a performer to a music producer and how an album he co-wrote went on to get nominated for a Grammy

Published on 27th March 2019
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Colour, spice and drama is always my style with baking: Antony Amourdoux, Pondicherry-based banker-turned-baker

The Great British Bake Off contestant speaks about mixing a bit of his own identity into his delicious desserts and how life has changed following the show

Published on 19th January 2019
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If you haven't heard Kerala's Orfeo Quintet's cover of Padakali, check this out NOW!

You may have heard of the Orfeo Quintet's rendition of Padakali, But there's a whole lot more to their brand of western classical fusion that goes into Indian covers. This is their story

Published on 13th December 2017
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Live at Kennedy Centre: The Madras Youth Choir's compositions to find harmony in Washington DC

One of the oldest choral groups has been invited to participate in the Washington DC Choral Festival

Published on 15th June 2017
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Julius Santi, The Italian Monk who revolutionised South India's print industry by setting up SIGA, is no more

Thousands of people in the print industry who have studied at SIGA, Chennai, remember the Italian who settled in Chennai and ran the institute for almost six decades

Published on 1st May 2017
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A lifetime of battling autism disorder couldn't stop this genius from starting his own music school

Hyderabad-based Samuel might have trouble expressing himself through words, but music is his favourite language. He now teaches vocals, keys and guitars at his own music school

Published on 23rd February 2017
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'Berklee was a life changing experience'

....says Italian vocalist Eleonora Bianchini, who's in Chennai as part of Swarnabhoomi Academy's faculty

Published on 31st March 2017

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