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#ThrowbackToday: The midday meal that took the life of many kids in Bihar was served eight years ago today 

In today's #TBT, we recall a rather sad day when insecticide-laced food was served to school kids in Bihar which resulted in the death of many and several others fell sick and had to be hospitalised 

Published on 16th July 2021
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'Peanuts' celebrates 70th anniversary by donating murals for kids to paint in 70 children's hospitals

The beloved comic celebrates its 70th anniversary this week with new lesson plans, the announcement of a new TV show and donating Peanut murals for kids to paint

Published on 3rd October 2020
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A group of visually impaired children from Kottayam created these table-top calendars. Check them out here

Students of Government Blind School, Olassa, Kottayam painted a few pictures which were utilised to make table-top calendars which are being sold like hotcakes. Almost 750 calendars are sold out

Published on 25th February 2020
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A Rocha India is educating kids on elephant conservation and the need to reduce human-animal conflict. Here's how

Why it is important for us to protect elephants and their natural habitat? Avinash Krishnan of A Rocha India speaks about their programmes meant to create awareness among kids and its positive results

Published on 15th November 2020
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Add this: Kerala blogger asks State to pay tenth graders 1 lakh each for having to retake Maths exam, because it's unnecessary pressure 

Hashim Colomban has said that his ask of 1 lakh each for the 4 lakh kids who wrote their boards is actually too low, but that he settled for it to be 'fair' about the whole thing

Published on 29th March 2017
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Afghan children have 'learned little or nothing' during the pandemic: NGO report

The report by Save the Children NGO said that kids from the poorest households have missed out the most on education and face the highest risk of violence at home

Published on 14th September 2020
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After Big B and Messi, 19-year-old Syrian refugee Muzoon Almellehan gets rare recognition as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador

She is the youngest UNICEF Ambassador and is one of the few people to not have a glam tag attached to it. She is currently studying in England along with other Syrian refugee kids who were rescued

Published on 20th June 2017
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After Microsoft, NIIT gifts five computers to Ghana teacher who went viral

Owura Kwadwo Hottish's MS Word drawing on the blackboard impressed NIIT Ghana's business partner Dr Kapil Gupta who didn't bat an eyelid before donating computers for the kids  

Published on 23rd March 2018
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AHA! Time to go online: How summer camps have found a place in online learning

The co-founder of aha! education speaks about their free online summer classes that have proven to be a big hit among the bored kids stuck in India's lockdown

Published on 3rd June 2020
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Aim to dispel stigma, normalise conversations around autistic children: Director Shreedhar BS on 'In Our World'

Shreedhar said he initially wanted to understand the impact of music on special children when the piano teacher of his kids mentioned about teaching music to special children

Published on 25th January 2021
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Alexa, can you handle a class? How Amazon's Assistant is teaching kids in 40 schools in rural Chhattisgarh

The device in itself is revolutionary for the kids of the region who have never seen a device that talks back to them and can tell them anything they want to know

Published on 1st July 2020
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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Indian parents bring stranded kids back to UAE via the US

Parents are running out of options and are now taking "drastic measures" to be reunited with their kids. Inspired by pthers, more parents are opting for the route

Published on 5th August 2020
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Animal Farm comes alive on stage

These kids from Bengaluru are creating an environment of inclusivity through their plays

Published on 27th February 2017
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Are we taking off from Gurukuls to ‘Gharkuls’? Homeschooling might be the way to go

But a new element comes into the picture in the avatar of parents, especially the mothers. Their role earlier was to escort their kids to school and to occasionally take part in parent-teacher meeting

Published on 9th August 2020
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Asia's Young Designer, Tanay Bothara, planned a new future for war-torn Syria. Here's how

Tanay Bothara hopes to use art and architecture to help the kids who were impacted by the Syrian war recover their lost childhood

Published on 22nd April 2019

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