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Go Corona Go: How law enforcers are using Corona dolls, helmets and songs to spread awareness amid lockdown

Local authorities, social workers and some other people are using unique methods to spread awareness about COVID-19 and to tackle the violators amid the lockdown. Check it out!

Published on 4th April 2020
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Declaring war on fake news: Hariharan and his band of celebs have a new lockdown track for you

Led by Hariharan, the band also has Chef Sanjeev Kapoor, playback singer Roop Kumar Rathod, celebrity chef Ranveer Brar and nine others

Published on 4th April 2020
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World Autism Day: What's life in a lockdown like for people with autism?

Vidya Anand, whose 15-year-old has autism, shares how the lockdown affects their mental state and the challenges of creating a sense of routine and normalcy

 

Published on 2nd April 2020
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Can't get enough of TikTok? YouTube 'Shorts' is Google's answer to the short-video app

Shorts will allow people to upload brief videos into a feed inside the mobile app, much like TikTok, and take advantage of licensed music that YouTube Music has in its catalogue

Published on 2nd April 2020
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Here's why this speech language therapist vouches for apps, to an extent, to teach autistic kids

World Autism Awareness Day is observed on April 2. It is an internationally recognised day to spread awareness about autism. About one in 100 children in India under age 10 has autism, a study says  

Published on 2nd April 2020
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Over 200 courses moved online by FLAME University, 100 faculty to conduct classes

A Digital Learning Task Force was formed to train and support faculty members to transition to conducting courses online

Published on 1st April 2020
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COVID-19 quarantine keeping your kids at home? Online music lessons could bring you some rhythmic calm

Furtados has also started introductory courses and voice lessons for those who don't have instruments at home

Published on 30th March 2020
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Why everyone should listen to this mechanical engineer's debut single which mixes Hindustani and EDM perfectly

Pratham, a mechanical engineer, hailing from Chandigarh originally, has always been a musician at heart. He tells us about his journey

Published on 30th March 2020
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This master from Mumbai teaches one of the rarest form of martial art to kids and even adults

Capoeira master Reza Baba Massah, Founder of the Centre For Capoeira India speaks about how this Afro-Brazilian form of martial art can help women and children fend for themselves

Published on 28th March 2020
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The Quarantunes is bringing the world together through its open-mic sessions on Facebook. Here's why you must tune in

Bored? Lockdown getting you low? Tune in to The Quanrantunes' Facebook page to watch a virtual open mic where people from all over the world are participating

Published on 28th March 2020
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Rapping and beatboxing champs Adil and Aman tell us about their protest poetry, why they rap for a cause

"We couldn't just stay silent. We knew that if we don't say anything, then we will forever have to hold our tongues," says Moinuddin Ahmad AKA Aman when we ask him about the purpose behind their song

Published on 23rd March 2020
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COVID-19: Five tips to stay calm when the nation is in panic

If you’re uncertain about how to handle the
tornado of the ever-changing news and fear about Covid-19- you are not alone

Published on 23rd March 2020
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Meet this 24-year-old from B'luru who can carve your entire name on a pencil tip

Chetan Murthy is a self-taught artist whose pencil sculptures and other art works are unique and awesome.  Check it out if you are in Bengaluru and get one pencil sculpture for yourself

Published on 23rd March 2020
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Here's how Deepa Sai Avula wants to spread awareness through dance therapy in Vizag

Deepa Sai Avula is a registered dance/movement therapist by the Certifying Board of the American Dance Therapy Association, USA, and has been trained to do psychotherapy from an embodied lens  

Published on 23rd March 2020
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Here's why everyone should check out photographer Amita Talwar's 'Art for Causes'

The photographer from Punjab is currently working on her second book of photographs. A documentary and a theatrical presentation on Sahir Ludhianvi are on the cards too. So let us wait and look out  

Published on 23rd March 2020

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