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Education has been over politicised and under intellectualised in the country, says JNU's Makarand Paranjape

Advising the youth, he said that, "Nationalism cannot be so thin-skinned that you cannot even tolerate constructive criticism"

Published on 9th March 2022
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Students from 31 countries will get a shot at studying in Tripura’s Buddhist University

Tripura government has given its approval for setting up a Buddhist University in Manu Bankul in Sabroom, officials said on Saturday  

Published on 11th December 2021
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JK Youth Forum organises one-day conference on 'Philosophy of Sufism' in Budgam

The event in Budgam was joined by Dr Mohd Yaqoob Khan, Dr Rasheed former director, Abdul Ahad Yatoo, Naseer Ahmad, Riyaz Fazili, DDC members of the district, among others

Published on 26th June 2021
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How an FTII student went in search of Marathi legend Kalsubai and ended up scaling a mountain

Directed by FTII student Yudhajit Basu, Kalsubai is a 20-minute short documentary that celebrates a Marathi legend through the people who remember it

Published on 9th June 2021
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Let's Debate: Are our youth disinterested in history, culture and politics and should it be made more attractive?

The senior debate saw students giving various pop culture references to explain why India's youth are connected or disconnected from history, culture and politics

Published on 24th April 2021
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Panjim's waste sorting stations turn into art canvasses celebrating the Goan experience

In addition to stirring creativity among the community, the installation builds awareness for environmental sustainability and encourages people to be more conscious of their actions.

Published on 29th March 2021
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US Consulate and Andhra University to set up American Corner for cultural collaboration

The American Corner will provide educational and cultural programmes to the people of Andhra Pradesh, especially the youth and students

Published on 24th March 2021
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PM Modi launches the Kindle version of Swami Chidbhavanandaji’s Bhagavad Gita

The PM quoted a peer reviewed journal of cardiology published by University of Oxford which talks at length about the relevance of Gita during the time of COVID pandemic

Published on 11th March 2021
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This 20-year-old from Rajasthan tied the longest turban ever and set a world record

Pawan Vyas is keeping the dying art of tying a turban alive. How? Through his many records which includes tying the world's longest and shortest turbans

Published on 17th February 2021
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After forging diplomatic ties, Bhutan, Israel to 'connect' through chess

Under the Chess4Solidarity initiative, Israel and Bhutan have organised a virtual chess competition today to connect two countries and to form solidarity between people through the game of chess

Published on 21st January 2021
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How Bengaluru's Indian Music Experience has taken their craft and classes online

We speak to Manasi Prasad, Director, Indian Music Experience in Bengaluru to know how they have explored online classes to help students and trying to make their exhibits virtually available 

Published on 23rd April 2020
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Language, Cultural Centres in WB shift events, classes to digital platform due to COVID-19 outbreak

Shifting to the digital mode in the present situation, Alliance Franaise du Bengale, a cultural centre and a French language training institute, will organise two online demo classes of French languag

Published on 27th March 2020
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Pole Trance: Meet the Mallakhamb artists who are preserving this Indian art form for posterity

Mallakhamb performers across India tell us their stories of how they learnt this traditional sport and how they are striving to get more people to watch them, get interested and preserve the art form

Published on 18th October 2019
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The Kochi Heritage Project aims to find the unwritten pages of history and bring it to the people

Johann Kuruvilla speaks about his journey in search of history and his hopes to pass it on to a newer generation

Published on 28th January 2019
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Learning Math, Science, Geography and more from the architecture and culture of Odisha

Kalinga Edu Tours teaches Math, Science and other subjects through the architecture of this coastal state

Published on 5th May 2018

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