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We would never hurt our VC, JU students on indefinite sit-in ask for student election

Almost 97% of the students had voted against the government’s decision to replace “political” students’ unions with an “apolitical" students' council

Published on 20th February 2019
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Why Pariplab Chakraborty's paintings of Kashmiri women could stop you from calling them terrorists ​

Pariplab Chakraborty, who calls himself a radical feminist hopes to change the narrative on the people living in the conflicted areas in the country  

Published on 18th February 2019
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Why I really want to visit Calicut University's Vaikom Muhammed Basheer Museum 

Calicut University recently inaugurated a museum as a tribute to legendary author Vaikom Muhammed Basheer. We track down the men who made it happen and they tell us why we need to visit it

Published on 8th February 2019
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How Bengaluru singer Vihan Damaris composed the patriotic track Love India

Vihan Damaris, a solo singer based in Bengaluru, talks about how music influenced her life and how she wants to use it as a tool to influence others to bring about a change in this chaotic world

Published on 6th February 2019
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How experienced experts at Dirty Feet have been giving urban kids a crash course in understanding rural India

Dirty Feet conducts trips for young children, taking them across rural Telangana to expose them to the lifestyle and craftsmanship of rural folk. This leaves students in complete awe

Published on 6th February 2019
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This Hyderabadi girl just carved Vijay Devarkonda's name on pencil lead and it went VIRAL!

Susmitha Manne carves intricately on pencil lead and is sweeping quite a few honours

Published on 6th February 2019
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Love a good picture? Head to the Hyderabad Centre for Photography right away

What's in store for budding young photographers at the recently inaugurated Hyderabad Centre for Photography at the State Art Gallery? Let's find out

Published on 6th February 2019
Bakula Nayak Artist

This artist from Bengaluru is painting on old documents to bring them back to life

Bakula has always been interested in history and loved collecting old letters, receipts and anything that spoke of a different time

Published on 5th February 2019
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He hated inactive politicians when he was a boy: What George Fernandes meant to Mangalore's St Aloysius College

Fernandes, who passed away on January 29, quit St Aloysius College after his SSLC, but he never forgot his alma mater. He went on to become one of the most charismatic and rebellious leaders of India

Published on 29th January 2019
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Blink and your portrait is ready: Asia's first speed painter Vilas Nayak can paint on stage in just 3 minutes

Vilas worked in Bengaluru for about six years as a human resource officer before quitting his lucrative but mundane corporate job in 2011 to pursue his passion for art

Published on 22nd January 2019
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Meet the 17-year-old Shreetam Swain who's created a performance space for Odisha's aspiring poets

Poetic Imagica is an event which provides platforms to all those artists looking to express themselves

Published on 24th January 2019
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Not afraid to use my art as a weapon: Meet Ma Mukilan, the artist whose 'communal' paintings at Loyola College rubbed the right wing the wrong way

The artist, Ma Mukilan has been painting for many years now and has managed to ruffle some feathers in the past too with his paintings criticising big corporates

Published on 23rd January 2019
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Following Twitter and BJP outrage, Loyola college removes 'anti-BJP' artwork  

Some of the people who spoke out against the artwork include BJP National Secretary H Raja and Tamil Nadu BJP President Tamilisai Soundararajan

Published on 21st January 2019
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Schoolchildren impressed with preparation being done for devotees at this year's Kumbh Mela

The Kumbh Mela commenced on January 15 on Makar Sankranti, which was the first bathing day, and will end on Mahashivratri on March 4

Published on 20th January 2019
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Hyderabadi girl Snigdha Munipally is aware of how difficult it is to love oneself, but she encourages everyone to do it anyway

Snigdha also loves to travel, both solo and with her mother. She has been to Puducherry and Bengaluru on her own and most of North India with her mother

Published on 11th January 2019

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