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School Education System

Can facilities and features bolster the education system in government schools?

There is an immediate need to upgrade government schools, and the required schemes and plans have been drawn

Published on 15th March 2019
Syeda Manzar Fathima District Science Centre in Kalaburagi

This 17-year-old from Kalaburagi is making intricate paper cuttings of insects to spread awareness

Syeda Manzar Fathima from Kalaburagi, a 17-year-old isn't just aware of more than 50 species of insects, but she can even make intricate paper cuttings 

Published on 14th March 2019
Chennai Photo Biennale

Here's what the second edition of the Chennai Photo Biennale has to offer its audience

We check out the second edition of the Chennai Photo Biennale, while catching up with its founder and curator

Published on 10th March 2019
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Meet this multi-talented five-year-old who is possibly the youngest author in the world

At the tender age of 5, Ayan Gogoi Gohain from Assam is a painter, a photographer, and a published author. The article follows Ayan's journey towards publishing his book Honeycomb, his interests, his

Published on 21st February 2019
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Belagavi boys invent power chair where people can charge phones by sitting

The team consist of students Abduljabbar Khan, Ajay Lengade, Ankur Chitnis, Ajit Navi and Aayan Munshi have developed this power chair understanding the present day power problems

Published on 7th March 2019
Photo Bienalle

Here's why every millenial should visit the Chennai Photo Biennale

The concept of this year’s CPB is “Fauna of Mirrors”, based on an old Chinese myth that talks of an alternative world that exists behind mirrors inhabited by creatures unknown

Published on 2nd March 2019
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Tata Power's Club Enerji is focusing on sensitising children about the energy crisis and scarcity of resources in India

Starting with 12 schools in Mumbai in 2007, Club Enerji has now reached more than 533 schools nationwide, sensitising over 19.34 million participants

Published on 27th February 2019
Loyola College main building

Madras High Court dismisses plea against Loyola College for displaying paintings on Bharat Mata

Dismissing the plea, a division bench of Justices S Manikumar and Justice Subramonium Prasad said the petitioner has alternative remedy under the Criminal Procedure Code to proceed with

Published on 26th February 2019
Technology

Lessons from PUBG: Why too much tech will never make India un-creative

The resistance that technology meets then and there has been historical in many ways, said Pushpesh Pant, former professor of JNU

Published on 14th February 2019
Chennai Book Fair​ 2019

What I discovered on a Sunday afternoon at the Chennai Book Fair ​

The Chennai book fair is one of the biggest book fairs in the country and is a busy place every single year, 20 lakh people are expected to visit this year

Published on 10th January 2019
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Unchained melody: How Luis Dias is bridging social barriers with his music and lyrics

Dr Luis Dias founded Child's Play Foundation to teach music to those who don't have access to it

Published on 6th February 2019
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Love a good picture? Head to the Hyderabad Centre for Photography right away

What's in store for budding young photographers at the recently inaugurated Hyderabad Centre for Photography at the State Art Gallery? Let's find out

Published on 6th February 2019
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These young engineers from Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science have made the first flying bike of Asia

The flying electric bike consists of an aluminium double-dashed H section, custom built foam reinforced frame and four 350kv brushless motors capable of lifting 20 kg

Published on 2nd February 2019
National Science Day Museum

From Edison's Phonograph to the oldest telephones in the world, why you need to check out this exhibition at VITM

VITM in Bengaluru will be holding an exhibition to display some of the oldest devices that were invented by scientists and used by people. We talk to the director to find out more 

 

Published on 30th January 2019
Loyola College Art Exhibition Painting

Not afraid to use my art as a weapon: Meet Ma Mukilan, the artist whose 'communal' paintings at Loyola College rubbed the right wing the wrong way

The artist, Ma Mukilan has been painting for many years now and has managed to ruffle some feathers in the past too with his paintings criticising big corporates

Published on 23rd January 2019

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