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Include Sanskrit as songs, slokas, small stories: RSS-affiliated group tells Gujarat gov't

"If Sanskrit is introduced early on, it will enrich other Indian languages like Gujarati. Because we have sidelined Sanskrit, we are losing our own lexicon," the Secretary said

Published on 29th June 2022
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Karnataka textbook row: Why is noted writer Devanuru Mahadeva opposing the inclusion of his story?

The writer also went on to slam the textbook revision committee for dropping stories and articles written by eminent authors like L Basavaraju, A N Murthy Rao, P Lakesh, Sara Abubakar

Published on 25th May 2022
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Best of two languages: Lucknow storyteller Himanshu Bajpai gets Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar

The book, which has tales about the nawabs of Lucknow, is an attempt to take people closer to the originality of the city and its great heritage of courtesy and culture

Published on 31st December 2021
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TNIE's Summer Stories Contest 2021: The wait is almost over. Are you ready to become an author? 

 

 

Do you have a story to tell? The New Indian Express invites entries from budding authors from all around the country who want to get their work out there

Published on 6th May 2021
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Looking for heroes? This book chronicles stories of 50 disabled bravehearts who braved the pandemic to find jobs  

The book is compiled by NGO Youth4Jobs, who dipped into their own pool of students to find youngsters who have moved heaven and earth to go beyond their disability 

Published on 20th November 2021
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What happened on November 16: Harry Potter hit the big screens, UNESCO was born and Pakistan elected its first woman PM 

November 16 has seen the birth of many iconic moments in world history. Check out a few of them right now   

Published on 16th November 2021
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Stalin to teachers ahead of school reopening: Tell children stories, encourage singing

Noting that students in these classes missed about 600 days of regular schooling, Stalin thanked all those who supported the government in its fight against COVID-19

Published on 30th October 2021
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Kids, sign up for the virtual Kathavani Utsav if mythology and stories are your thing

The second edition of Kathavani Utsav is scheduled to begin from October 1 and will go on till October 10. Initiated by Surya Swapna who founded Kathvani, here's all that you can look forward to

Published on 22nd September 2021
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This Odia storyteller intends to use every platform available to ignite one's love for stories

Prachitara Mishra is a new entrant in the world of storytelling but is the fastest evolving one because she is adapting to every platform that are all the rage today. This is why she is everywhere

Published on 15th September 2021
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A 23-year-old Telugu writer and his quest to bring the stories of his Lambada community to the fore

Ramesh Karthik Nayak had penned a poetry plus short story book in the year 2018 and this year, he has many more books coming out, including one for his English poetry. Here's more about his journey

Published on 15th September 2021
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Uttar Pradesh school walls to be painted with stories, slogans of women empowerment

The teachers have been asked to narrate stories related to women's empowerment and self-reliance to the students

Published on 29th August 2021
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No more Swipe-Up gesture on your Insta stories. Here's why Instagram is ditching the gesture to access links

This sticker had been in testing starting in June with a small handful of users, the company said. But on August 30, it will begin to roll out more broadly

Published on 24th August 2021

Stalked me inside and outside the campus for three days: Teachers share horror stories of sexual harassment by students

You'd be surprised at how often this happens and is hushed up. The question of why doesn't seem to arise too often. And we need to ask why

Published on 9th August 2021
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Here's how this Odia phonics trainer can help kids learn better via stories

Saswati Satpathy is a veteran in the field of phonics. She shares with us some of her experiences of working in a niche field like this and why the demand for stories has increased during COVID

Published on 4th August 2021
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Meet Lopamudra Mohanty, an Odia storyteller who's getting kids to fall in love with their mother tongues

Lopamudra Mohanty has been a storyteller for as long as she can remember and now to ensure that children don't forget their mother tongue, this is the latest programme that she has initiated

Published on 28th July 2021

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