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The story behind the viral photo that showed the world how badly Kolkata was hit by Amphan

Innumerable photos, videos flooded the internet after the super cyclone Amphan pummeled it's way through Kolkata and other parts of West Bengal. The amount of damage is still being assessed

Published on 21st May 2020
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Here are 21 crazy cool online courses and how to study them

Conventional courses that will make you super employable or pad up your resume not quite your cup of chai? Fret not. Over the next three pages, here are some offbeat courses to satiate your soul

Published on 17th May 2020
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This photographer is putting emojis on fruits and vegetables and it's hilarious. Here's why

Brijesh Dhobi is beating boredom during lockdown by editing emojis on food items and creating laugh-out-loud scenes — like vegetables and fruits watching NaMo's address

Published on 12th May 2020
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Why you must check out India's first digital photo exhibition on street kids by photographer Vicky Roy

The exhibition was conducted by photographer Vicky Roy and NGO Save The Children. It began on April 20 and is being exhibited entirely online

Published on 29th April 2020
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Poetry Writing Month: The epicurean guide on how to channel your inner poet during the lockdown

We bring you some poetry gyan from some of India's most watched poets about how to keep your creativity alive during isolation and to find inspiration at the most unlikely of times

Published on 23rd April 2020
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Locked down lens: Photographers find a way to capture life despite the lockdown. Here's how

Photographers from around the country speak about how they have managed to keep their work going despite restrictions and fear of the deadly Coronavirus pandemic

Published on 23rd April 2020
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Save The Children holds digital exhibition on life of Indian street children

The exhibition showcases photo-exhibits by internationally acclaimed photographer and erstwhile street child Vicky Roy

Published on 21st April 2020
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Photographer, who was once child labourer, displays stories of street children at digital exhibition

The exhibition reinforces the conditions that these children and their families grapple with, while also highlighting their dreams and hopes for a better tomorrow

Published on 20th April 2020
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Forest guards are always under lockdown: Why Sashidhar Vempala wants you to spare a thought for them

Sashidhar Vempala founded Guardbook about seven years back. He talks about what he has been doing to help forest guards execute their work better and what is their condition during the lockdown 

Published on 15th April 2020
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This entrepreneur duo is making bio-organic, protein-based batteries from crop residue. Here's how

Nishita is also a photographer and an artist while Nikita is a creative writer and a filmmaker. Also, they have turned down two funding offers due to a few issues and are actively looking for funding 

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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Surabhi Verma's latest book is about how 'She Quit Her Job' and became her own 'bawse'!

Surabhi Verma, author of And She Quit Her Job, reveals to Aathira Ayyappan how freelancing can be a sought-after career option if it is pursued right
 

Published on 19th March 2020
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Water Warriors: Communities can change the picture of current water crisis across India. Here's how

 Annapurna Kamath speaks about their journey towards restoration of Jakkur lake which has become the talk of the town and a model to study for government agencies and educational institutions

Published on 16th March 2020
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We're living in a police state: How the police ensured Thoothukudi won't rhyme with democracy  

From the police always knocking on their doors to having their mobiles checked randomly, the people say they are constantly being hounded

Published on 22nd May 2019
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Why Mysuru photographer Samanvitha Rao believes that butterflies can teach us about climate change

Engineer-turned-photographer Samanvitha Rao has shot around 200 pictures of butterflies. She tells us why the climate is essential to preserve these creatures and the individual's role in saving them

Published on 29th January 2020

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