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Yale Choir to Tour India in March

Here is a happy news for the music lovers! Yale University's choir is all set to tour India next month

Published on 27th February 2017
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Adios Prince Charming, Glass slippers and voiceless Princess! Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls introduces strong female leads into the world of fairytales

Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo, authors of Goodnight Stories reveal why they felt the need to write a book that features the inspirational stories ofa hundred extraordinary women.

Published on 6th June 2017
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79 Indian students invited to France as language assistants

The Language Assistants programme will see the participation of 60 countries

Published on 15th June 2017
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Despite getting admission, bureaucrats in Kerala stopped ST student Binesh Balan from getting funds to study abroad for four years. Here's how he finally made it to Sussex 

Kasargod's Binesh Balan is the only one from Kerala to bag the National Overseas Scholarship this year, ending a four year struggle to study at some of the world's top varsities that wanted him there

Published on 7th August 2017
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After researching Resistance Art, Jamia Millia student Dhrupadi Ghosh is now having to fight her own resistance battle

Dhrupadi Ghosh has been a PhD student at Jamia Millia University for two years, but out of the blue she received a notification about her termination from the University- with no stated reason

Published on 25th September 2017
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Ever heard of camera straps made of Pochampally ikat? Well, now you have!

Photographer Kishor Krishnamoorthi is reinventing the camera strap to make it more fashionable and functional

Published on 13th September 2017
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A number of Bengaluru scientists had a big hand to play in this year's Nobel Prize in Physics. Here's how

Bengaluru-based Professor Bala Iyer, who had been working on the LIGO project for decades is now elated about his colleagues receiving the Nobel Prize

Published on 6th October 2017
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The Dying art: Theyyam seems to lose its colours with smattering income but this Kerala man won't give up on it

This art-lover from Kerala is successfully superseding his ancestors in creating characters through brushes in Theyyam, and he's has been doing it for 25 years now 

Published on 25th October 2017
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Have you been sleepwalking lately? Congrats, you are better at multitasking than your peers 

According to the study published in the journal Current Biology, sleepwalkers exhibit increased automation in their movements with respect to non-sleepwalkers

Published on 30th October 2017
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This doll is India's answer to Barbie and we can't wait for it to make us proud at an international museum exhibition

A group of doll researchers from Korea has recently visited Kiyaa's doll factory in Hyderabad as a part of their research work

Published on 1st November 2017
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Gautham Reddy backpacked 20,000 km along the Silk Route in borrowed shoes. Talk about #TravelGoals  

He walked the Silk Route and what he experienced is distilled into his book, Seyyah, in which he talks about borders, beards and bonds

 

Published on 17th November 2017
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India spaces out in 2018 as 28-hour countdown for launch of 31 satellites begins at Sriharikota

The Satellites are not all Indian, and excluding four come from six different countries including South Korea and the US

Published on 11th January 2018
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Here are 4 conspiracy theories about Subhas Chandra Bose's death. Which one is true? 

On  the freedom fighter's 121st birth-anniversary,  his patriotism and his unsolved, mysterious death spring to mind from all those decades ago

Published on 23rd January 2018
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What it takes to quench thirst in a world where water is becoming scarce 

Harvesting water in areas that may be falling short of water supply is considered the next step in water management and production

Published on 7th February 2018
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Bon Voyage: How these students cracked a start-up competition to head to France

Repaul Kanji, a PhD student from IIT Roorkee, led his team in the 24H Chrono Entrepreneurship Challenge, and will not further his start-up dream in France

Published on 20th February 2018

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