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Why you should follow @hungover.hamlet on Insta to read his poems featuring anti-war sentiments

Nilesh Mondal's poems are simple yet profound. They leave an impact on the readers' minds and make them wonder. We find out how

Published on 25th September 2020
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Here's why cartoonist Rohan Chakravarty's Green Humour page will get you thinking about conservation with a laugh

In Rohan Chakravarty's world of comics, animals have tongues as sharp as knives and they use them to tell you about their woes in a way that forces you to sit up and care. Are you ready to plunge in?

Published on 23rd September 2020
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These IIT-M grads are starting a Science, Math YouTube channel for Adivasi kids in the Paniya language

We speak to IITian-duo Maya and Deepak, who runs the YouTube channel Kathaadi. They tell us about how concepts of science and maths are made easy for rural children through their channel and more

Published on 26th August 2020
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How this Warangal student is crowdsourcing textbooks for underprivileged kids and counselling them too

All Vikhil Prabha is doing is being the best helping hand he can be. He dreams of building a school and helping out kids in a small hamlet called Chenchugudem. This is how he going about doing it

Published on 8th August 2020
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Meet the Kerala policeman who treks for hours to teach tribal kids in an isolated hamlet twice a week, during lockdown

Kalloopara now has a temporary school where online classes are held, thanks to the Vithura Sub Inspector K S Sudheesh. This is the heartwarming story of how it came to be

Published on 3rd August 2020
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Art, positivity and sunshine: Why the quarantined in this Nagaland village are full of good cheer

This facility, built by the residents of the village, has 14 huts with 28 beds at present and is located on the outskirts of the hamlet

Published on 17th July 2020
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Can this big dream actually come true? How dreams can be sometimes fulfilling or become a disappointment

While dreams are what tend to propel a large number of successful people to achieve great things in life, sometimes they can be quite depressing, can be seen as a sign of good (or bad) things to come

Published on 1st June 2020
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 This Vellore-based NGO is empowering Dalit women to fight for their land-rights

Thendral Movement helps Dalit women get their own land through training programmes, counselling, documentation and legal support 

Published on 12th May 2020
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How CMC Vellore staff traced patients with chronic diseases in the Javadhu Hills and supplied their monthly medication during lockdown 

The health workers came up with strategies to be carried out in two specific areas where people would have difficulty accessing their medicines

Published on 30th March 2020
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How these Kerala youngsters are ensuring that the Attappadi's tribal folk are safe from COVID-19

Home to 192 hamlets and various tribal groups, around 400 volunteers are spreading awareness in Attappadi

Published on 26th March 2020
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A scholar made of stardust: Why we must never forget Rohith Vemula

On the third death anniversary of Rohith Vemula, we speak to his friends from the Ambedkar Students Association on how things have changed and what they remember of him

Published on 17th January 2019
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India is in the middle of a massive loss of indigenous literature and the wisdom that comes with it: Rohan Murty

Murty said that as consumers, parents often feel that Indian literature is a little gory and children cannot be allowed to read it without censorship

Published on 8th January 2020
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Malnourishment made in India: How Sudharak Olwe's frames will compel us to understand hunger better

Olwe also runs a foundation, Photography Promotion Trust, through which they are working on a few collective projects that shed light on Mumbai’s water crisis and other issues

Published on 23rd December 2019
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This Odisha forest needs your help: Why #SaveTalabira is still trending

As many as 1.3 lakh trees have been felled and while the tribals have been protesting about it for a long time, it is now that their voices are being heard much more clearly

Published on 22nd December 2019
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Should students be able to veto their teachers or decide if they are qualified to teach them?

The critical point here is — should students have a veto, or a say, in the initial appointment of teachers? Can they actually decide among themselves?

Published on 7th December 2019

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