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#MeToo: The school that victim blamed Ruchika Girhotra stopped this sexual assault survivor from speaking up

A young filmmaker has now exposed MC Nair, a Bharatanatyam teacher, who claims to be a Padma Shri awardee of molesting her at Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School, Chandigarh

Published on 11th October 2018
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#PhDMeToo: Bipolar Calcutta University scholar harassed by colleague, alleges inaction by guide and VC

A former PhD researcher in the Department of Microbiology, he has accused a colleague and his guide of mental harassment — but other researchers say that his guide was absolutely not at fault

Published on 8th July 2019
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A illustrated manual on classical Indian dances

Artist Parwati Dutta tells us about her first graphic novel and her experience writing it 

Published on 24th February 2017
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After 42 years, 22 friends from Trivandrum came from across the world to revisit an old house where they used to play. The nostalgia will get to you

Called the Ambujavilasam Roadies, this group of 22 friends met after more than 42 years in the ancestral house where they used to play, and understandably sentiments ran high

Published on 15th November 2017
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Air hostess or flight attendant? Why it’s important to use Gender-Neutral Language

In an increasingly diverse world, it is essential to not use gender specific terms to describe people and professions because it can be considered extremely sexist

Published on 7th September 2018
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Ambedkar Jayanthi: The story of Babasaheb and the colour "blue"

The colour continues to be an important symbol of the Ambedkarite movement and is also the colour of the part flag floated by the  Ambedkar Scheduled Castes Federation of India

Published on 15th April 2018
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Anindya Kar's Insta page is the History lesson we all need on the LGBTQIA+ community in India. Check it out

Dr Anindya Kar's Instagram handle documents India's LGBTQIA+ history, so that the queer community can take pride in their culture

Published on 26th September 2020
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Are you a mumpsimus? What does it mean and how to use it in context

Any person who is persistent in repeating a mistake is called a mumpsimus. Albert P' Rayan speaks about its origin and more

Published on 31st October 2020

Are you looking to read something interesting about Mahatma Gandhi? Check out these books

Apart from spending time attending online classes, here are a few books for the children of today to read and learn more about the Father of our Nation 

Published on 3rd October 2020
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Being politically correct: What do expressions like 'politically incorrect humour' and 'politically correct language' mean?

Some people take delight in hurting others by using politically incorrect humour. Jokes that are targeted at people of a certain sex, caste in a way to offend them are said to be politically incorrect

Published on 13th October 2018
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Book Look: Five books that you can cast about for in the month of September

Non-fictional books are all set to rule this month. TBH, we can't wait.

Published on 4th September 2017
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Book on Gwalior Gharana: How musicians could mortgage a 'raga' in the 19th century 

Meeta Pandit of the Gwalior gharana recounts many stories about the musicians she knew in real life and in her bed-time stories

Published on 12th April 2018
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Can cow urine cure Coronavirus? Four of the most ridiculous myths about COVID-19 BUSTED

With the rising number of Coronavirus cases across the world, we asked a doctor to bust the most ridiculous myths surrounding it, for us. Here's what we found out

Published on 18th March 2020
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Caring for nature and the environment should be everyone’s concern: Wildlife and conservation filmmaker Shekar Dattatri on why the wildlife needs our attention 

His hard-hitting advocacy films have exposed the destruction of nature and helped bring about positive outcomes

Published on 17th August 2019
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Chennai Health department plans to conduct online counselling for MBBS and BDS admissions from this academic year

The sale of applications for admission to MBBS and BDS is likely to begin from June 6, the day after UG-NEET results are announced

Published on 28th May 2019

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