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Researchers say artificial photosynthesis promises clean, sustainable source of energy

The ability to store the energy easily, without requiring bulky batteries, would dramatically improve humans' ability to power society cleanly and efficiently

Published on 15th July 2021
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Delhi's NO2 pollution increased by 125 per cent in just a year, finds Greenpeace India study

NO2 pollution has increased in all the eight capitals studied – Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Jaipur and Lucknow – but Delhi has seen the “most dramatic increase”

Published on 7th July 2021
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Study links reduced physical activity to COVID-19 induced depression

The study documented dramatic changes in physical activity, sleep, and time use at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 11th February 2021
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Study finds masks not enough to stop COVID-19's spread without distancing

Every material tested dramatically reduced the number of droplets that were spread. But at distances of less than 6 feet, enough droplets to potentially cause illness still made it through

Published on 23rd December 2020
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These Bengaluru kids took their Science lessons, added some drama and turned it into a book

Dr Rajashree, Co-founder of YouAndMe theatre speaks about their new book called dramAcademics consisting of seven plays written by kids. The team trained these kids about writing screenplay 

Published on 9th December 2020
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'Over 97% students in Latin America, Caribbean still out of classrooms': UNICEF study

According to new UNICEF data, the percentage of children not receiving any form of education across the region has soared dramatically, from 4 to 18 per cent in the past few months

Published on 10th November 2020
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How Subiksha Raman's dramatherapy could help you tap into your creative best

It's not just theatrics. Drama therapy is much more than that. We spoke to Subiksha Raman, who explained all about it

Published on 17th October 2020
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These two Hyderabadi boys are taking drama to new heights through their videos

Have you ever caught a video on The Drama Flick? Trust us when we tell you that once you do, you just can't stay away. Meet the guys who are behind this awesome channel 

Published on 13th September 2020
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This young theatre artist from Kotapad bagged the Asim Basu Award 2020. This is his incredible story

Himanshu Ranjan Mohanty was introduced to theatre by his father and has been acting since the age of seven. Today, he also directs plays, serials and is a dubbing artist among many other things 

Published on 3rd August 2020
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This Odia art teacher's short film is about a theatre director's struggle to keep the stage relevant in an OTT-obsessed world

The film Mahanataka attempts to revive the love for Indian classical drama in the hearts of one and all. Director Vishal Patnaik takes us all through the making of this film and his thoughts about it

Published on 1st July 2020
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Bengaluru theatre just got a shot of crowdsourced enthusiasm with The Last Page Collective

Are you interested in plays, dance, music or any other form of creative art? Then, the Last Page Collective is here to give you a stage to perform. Their next show Up Next! is happening this Sunday

Published on 5th February 2020
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Why Anuja Ghosalkar's Lady Anandi bends storytelling and narrative to explore a woman's role in theatre

The self-styled 'Drama Queen' who gave into her family's tradition of acting speaks about how she decided to use it to understand her role better

Published on 24th January 2020
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Sahen Upadhyay's tryst with theatre has just begun and she is loving it so far

Sahen Upadhyay loves the genre of psychological thrillers and currently, she is writing a drama. She is even editing a student film 

Published on 7th December 2019
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Why you'll love the suspense in Sidharth Goutam's Odia films

By tracking the journey of budding filmmaker Sidharth Goutam, we discover he likes suspense and drama — and why he will make you feel that love in good measure

Published on 20th November 2019
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Meet this 29-year-old teacher from Coimbatore who has been playing Hidimbi on stage

Gayathri Padmanabhan of Kalanilayam explains her Hidimbi-inspired dramas. The drama is a monologue in which Gayathri plays the lead, Hidimbi

Published on 2nd October 2019

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