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Up for an adventure? Pick up filmmaker Soumitra Ranade's first action-adventure novel for children

Out on bookshelves on October 20, Soumitra Ranade's novel Bhrigu and the Palace of Mirrors is high on the mystery and intrigue factor. We find out what's it all about during a chat with the filmmaker

Published on 19th October 2020
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IIT-Madras start-up GUVI develops game-based coding platform for kids

The start-up worked with more than 1,200 kids from the Netherlands, the US, Australia and India while developing the product features and designs for HackerKID

Published on 14th October 2020
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Girl Child Day: NCRB data reveals pending cases on child marriage increase 11x in the past decade

The total number of cases every year, the cases worked on and the pending cases have moved almost on the same path over the decade. As the incidence increased, so did the productivity of the police

Published on 12th October 2020
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Why Dalits and the underprivileged in India have built-in barriers to accessing mental health care

Mental healthcare even for so-called privileged communities is dismal, so one can only shudder to imagine what it must be for those from non-privileged backgrounds

Published on 11th October 2020
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Here's how Mumbai artist Indu Harikumar is helping women reclaim their social media mojo through her illustrations

The stories that come in are responses to questions she puts out on sharing social spaces when one is in a relationship. She illustrates them and puts up the story keeping the person's identity anonym

Published on 8th October 2020

Are you looking to read something interesting about Mahatma Gandhi? Check out these books

Apart from spending time attending online classes, here are a few books for the children of today to read and learn more about the Father of our Nation 

Published on 3rd October 2020
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Busy page with too many images hinder reading ability in children, says new study

The typical design of books for beginning readers often include engaging and colourful illustrations to help define the characters and setting of the story

Published on 28th September 2020
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How designer Tanya Kotnala's Instagram project is reviving some of Uttarakhand's native arts

What is noticeable is Bhuli's art feed on Instagram is that Kotnala has not only focused on the traditional art forms but every picture has a message too

Published on 26th September 2020
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These Kolkata twins' satirical sketches on everything from democracy to COVID are trending all over the virtual world

From Umar Khalid's arrest to Indians not taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously, they have covered it all through their sketches which were frantically shared across social media platforms

Published on 26th September 2020
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Artivism ahoy: Inside the colourfully political illustrations of Sonaksha Iyengar

Sonaksha Iyengar tell us how people can connect with her beautiful illustrations around mental health, the LGBTQIA+ community, body positivity, feminism and much more

Published on 25th September 2020
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The teacher is always king: Why Notebook School's augmented storytelling technique stands out

Notebook School doesn’t let anything overpower what the teacher is saying in their videos. But they do supplement it with to-the-point hand-drawn illustrations. Here's why they are different

Published on 24th September 2020
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Why Bhavya Doshi's doodles on Instagram are the daily dose of positivity that people count on

We speak to Bhavya Doshi, whose doodle page on Instagram is a source of everyday motivation to over 2 lakh people

Published on 23rd September 2020
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Check Aastha Sahdev’s Insta feed for her take on what the nation really needs to know! 

Through her Instagram page, Aastha Sahdev is creating awareness and starting conversations about women’s health, gender roles, racism and colourism in India

Published on 23rd September 2020
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Poonachi in pics: How Priya Kuriyan transformed Perumal Murugan's novel into a children's picture book

We speak to seasoned illustrator Priya Kuriyan about how she adapted Perumal Murugan's classic into a picture book for children - and managed it in just red, white and black

Published on 13th September 2020
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Sketch. Laugh. Think. Repeat: Inside the seriously awesome sketches of Nikkita M

If you love cartoons and paintings, then you will definitely love Nikkita M's artwork. She is an illustrator and a former student of famous cartoonist Rahnu. Check out her work right awaySketch

Published on 13th September 2020

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