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Need some lockdown positivity? This group will write a personal letter of hope and mail it to anyone you want

The Goodwill Tribe has restarted their letter-writing event, where anyone in the world can send letters to people in distress

Published on 4th April 2020
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This website by two young professionals in Kolkata is creating hope in the 'Times of Corona'. Here's how

The website 'The Times of Corona' was launched recently by two youngsters in Kolkata. The platform aims to create, educate, share and empathise in the time of distress

Published on 3rd April 2020
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Get your kids to learn the fine art of writing on author Nandini Nayar's online masterclass

The well-known children's author is conducting a masterclass in writing online and is inviting all children to join. A few of her other books are Where is Amma?, The Great River Magic and so on

Published on 2nd April 2020
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Academics send open letter seeking bail for Varavara Rao, Sudha Bharadwaj during COVID-19 crisis

The Supreme Court has already directed the state governments to consider granting bail to remand prisoners, accused of committing crimes punishable with a maximum of seven years imprisonment

Published on 31st March 2020
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Audible offers free content for all ages including books for teens amidst the global lockdown

This free service is available to anyone worldwide. Simply visit stories.audible.com, choose a title, and start listening!

Published on 26th March 2020
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Check out Swapped, the second book by this Mumbai 17-year-old 

Neeha Gupta, a Class XII student is out with her second book, titled Swapped. Her first book was out two years back

Published on 25th March 2020
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Consuming caffeine won't really boost your creativity, says new US study

Having coffee would probably increase your ability to solve problems but doesn't boost your creativity, says research from the University of Arkansas in the US 

Published on 7th March 2020
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RIP Shadakshari Settar: Do you know how Karnataka's most famous historian switched from Literature to Archaeology?

Prof S Settar died on Friday morning at a private hospital in Bengaluru where he was undergoing treatment for respiratory problems

Published on 28th February 2020
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Ashamed that Kapil Mishra is our alumnus: DU's Social Work students call BJP leader a blot on DSSW legacy

The Students' Union of the Department has accused the BJP leader of tarnishing the image of the department and also their profession

Published on 28th February 2020
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S Giridhar's book talks about India's most inspiring government school teachers. Do you know them?

S Giridhar, COO, Azim Premji Foundation, talks to us about his latest book Ordinary People, Extraordinary Teachers: The Heroes of Real India that gives us an insight into the great work done by them

Published on 19th February 2020
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Why Aarti V Raman's latest book — The Worst Daughter Ever — is the chick lit you need

Mumbai-based author Aarti V Raman tells us about her latest book - The Worst Daughter Ever - which is a mix of sugar, spice and everything nice! If you love romantic novels, you should check it out

Published on 13th February 2020
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This Bengaluru youngster has over a thousand ink pens — and only writes with them!

Do you fancy yourself some fountain pens? Harsh Makkar sure does. We speak to him about his collection of rare fountain pens and how he puts them to good use every day
 

Published on 13th February 2020
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FM recites Kashmiri poet Dinanath Nadim during Budget. Here's what she said

Sitharaman said that she was reciting the poem because she was speaking today, under the guidance of the Prime Minister, for their 'pyare watan' or loving nation

Published on 1st February 2020
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Why young innovators will love to get their hands dirty at Gomake Makerspace in Visakhapatnam

eRamaseshu's family moved to Kenya when he was five years old, came to Vizag when he was in class VII and after completing school, left for the US. He brought all that learning to the table

Published on 31st January 2020
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How Yogesh Maitreya set up a publishing house to develop an anti-caste sensibility among India's young   

The writer and poet decided to set up his own publishing house after 'mainstream' publishing houses refused to publish his work. Thus Panther's Paw was born 

Published on 31st January 2020

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