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What do this AUD researcher, storyteller and ghatam player have in common? Stories about pots and potters  

Sangeeta Jawla has been researching pottery since 2017. She recently collaborated with storyteller Vikram Sridhar and ghatam player Sumana Chandrashekar to tell the world stories of Indian potters

Published on 27th January 2020
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How The Craftsutra is getting India's young to reconnect with our dying art forms all over again

Nishi Srivastava through her platform The Craftsutra, is teaching people about different and not-so-popular artforms in India. Her workshops are attended by people across all the age-groups

Published on 22nd January 2020
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Tired of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star? Kutuki can help your kids get Indian rhymes

Sneha Sundaram, Founder of Kutuki speaks about their app specially developed for preschool kids and how it helps them develop language and soft skills. The rhymes are available in four languages
 

Published on 22nd January 2020
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Dream Run: How Priyanka Nag used Dreamcatchers and art to tide over Multiple Sclerosis

Priyanka Nag is currently learning how to play the guitar and rediscovering her love for it. She also loves listening to 70s and 80s Bollywood music in her free time 

Published on 22nd January 2020
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India likely to have its own TOEFL for foreign students, in hope to improve university rankings 

According to the ICCR, there are around 50,000 foreign students, mostly from Asian and African countries, studying in various degree programmes in India.

Published on 21st January 2020
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How St Francis College's street play group Bedaari is talking about sexism, body shaming

Every actor on the team knows every dialogue and not just their own, so that anyone can step in for another in case someone forgets the dialogue. Bedaari is an Urdu word which means 'act of awareness'

Published on 20th January 2020
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From all-nighters to passing a football, how Kerala's woke anti-CAA protests are getting attention

Here's a look at some of the most interesting protests organised agains the CAA and NRC in Kerala. Here's why they chose to raise their voices through their unique voices

Published on 17th January 2020
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Why rapper Arivu's Sanda Seivom has become Chennai's protest anthem

Arivu first sang this at a protest and since it was such an easy catchy tune that people began to sing along to as well, he decided to release the song officially

Published on 16th January 2020
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Read into this: Why Rohan Murty won't let you borrow books from his personal library

Murty, who studied at the Bishop Cotton Boys' School in Bengaluru and pursued his UG at Cornell University, USA, started the Murty Classical Library of India in the year 2015

Published on 14th January 2020
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The planet doesn’t need saving, we are saving ourselves from extinction: Ricky Kej on climate change

Grammy Award-winning musician Ricky Kej spoke to us about the climate crisis that is looming on us and what we as citizens should do to prevent it

Published on 14th January 2020
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Music has a positive impact on the mental well-being of people who need it the most: Violinist Sunita Bhuyan

Sunita Bhuyan tells us how feeling good after listening to music is actually scientific, how it helps destress us, and a lot more

Published on 14th January 2020
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VC has no threat from students: AMUSU 'shocked' as Tariq Mansoor asks for Police protection 

AMU Students’ Union President M Salman Imtiaz, said that the students find this claim ridiculous and consider it to be nothing but a hoax

Published on 11th January 2020
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I want to help people fall in love with the natural world through my work: Grammy Award-winning composer Ricky Kej

Grammy award-winning musician made a decision very early on in life. He made a commitment that every single piece of music he creates would be to make the world a better place

Published on 8th January 2020
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There is no class or mass in music: Violinist Sunita Bhuyan

The master violinist drew comparisons between music and human values, while reminding the audience that music is for everybody and it does not discriminate, at TNIE's ThinkEdu Conclave 2020

Published on 8th January 2020
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Lucknow University to crowdfund for their centenary celebrations, asks alumni to contribute

LU said even a small contribution from the former students, who have excelled in various fields, like sports, bureaucracy, music, medical and others would contribute to the celebrations in a big way

Published on 5th January 2020

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