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These twin child actors from the UK have set up a platform to help train young, aspiring actors

The Keston Twins founded Stagebox to teach young talented actors the tricks of the trade and help them navigate their way through the industry

Published on 6th July 2020
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Help your children improve their grammar, public speaking skills, accent, pronunciation and writing via the Jazz Up Your English online workshop full of stories that are more than just that  

Published on 3rd July 2020
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How Sudha Muttal overcame caste discrimination to deliver 5000 stage performances before she turned 30

At 29, Sudha Muttal has managed to deliver over 5000 performances and is changing the lives of young Dalit women in her village in rural Karnataka using the power of theatre

Published on 3rd July 2020
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This 13-year-old British Indian has become the first mixed-race actor to star as Annie at London's West End Theatre

After beginning her acting career at a very young age, Isobel Khan has been able to tread a whole new  path by performing the iconic role at West End Theatre

Published on 2nd July 2020
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This Odia art teacher's short film is about a theatre director's struggle to keep the stage relevant in an OTT-obsessed world

The film Mahanataka attempts to revive the love for Indian classical drama in the hearts of one and all. Director Vishal Patnaik takes us all through the making of this film and his thoughts about it

Published on 1st July 2020
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Ayodhya Research Centre begins online classes on Ram Lila for foreign students

Professor Y. P. Singh, Director of the institute, said the project was conceptualised during lockdown when online learning took the centrestage

Published on 30th June 2020
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PM Narendra Modi asks children to interview their grandparents about their lives

"You would have seen journalists conducting interviews on TV, you also do a similar kind of interview and record it on the mobile," he said while giving the kids suggestions

Published on 28th June 2020
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This play performed on Zoom is about a professor's trials after he is forced to come out as gay

Titled No Spring Chicken, Theatre Jil Jil Ramamani's latest performance attempts to explore shared experiences of being queer in a questioning world

Published on 25th June 2020
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How Gourab Ghosh, the first-ever homosexual candidate to contest JNU elections, made the varsity more inclusive

Gourab Ghosh, the first homosexual candidate to contest the JNUSU elections tells us why it is important to recognise queer politics on India's campuses

Published on 25th June 2020
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Why Kanika Batra's Project Papa will help you reconnect with you dad

Kanika Batra, Director and Actor of Project Papa, speaks about her independent film that is now streaming worldwide on an OTT platform. This is the story behind how the movie got made

Published on 24th June 2020
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A poet, a theatre buff, an introvert with a rebel's face: How Sachy's classmates from Malliankara remember him  

Filmmaker Sachy was a student at SNM College, Malliankara from 1987 to 1989. He passed away due to cardiac arrest on June 18

Published on 22nd June 2020
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The British Council's Digital Pride Festival aims to celebrate diverse queer voices from India and the UK

Organised in partnership with The Queer Muslim Project, the initiative brings together various art forms by LGBTQIA+ artists from around the world

Published on 22nd June 2020
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This eight-year-old develops a sanitiser capsule using his toys and biscuit packets to curb COVID

This capsule can be installed in crowded places to spray sanitiser using compressed air and it can reduce the virus from spreading at the rate that is currently at

Published on 19th June 2020
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Think HutK: How this doctor went back to his hometown in Andhra to start a revolution 

Dr Abraham Thomas is a staunch advocate of going back to the basics — he built an amphitheatre, adopted a government school and runs a dental clinic in his hometown of Koduru in Andhra Pradesh

Published on 17th June 2020
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YouAndMe is using theatre to make science, math lessons easy for children. Here's how 

Rashmi Patil speaks to Dr Rajashree, co-founder of theatre group YouAndMe, to understand how children and adults can use the skills they learn in acting class to solve real-life problems

Published on 14th June 2020

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