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The other side of Kashmir 

Young author Zuni Chopra talks about her first novel The House that Spoke and being a perfectionist

Published on 19th March 2017
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The man behind Kerala’s cult film songs

Lyricist Vinayak Sasikumar talks about his songs, his writing evolution and his future plans

Published on 10th April 2017
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This Waldorf curriculum inspired learning centre teaches maths and language using music, arts and dance 

Prasanth Gangadharan, founder of  T’Puram’s new 'beyond-school' learning centre talks about the alternative ways of teaching using music, arts and dance

Published on 21st April 2017
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Rappin’ and ‘rolling’ on the world’s stage: How Shek Monu ignored his amputation and went ahead to become an inspirational rapper

Shek Monu lost a hand and both his legs a decade ago. Now, the Hyderabad-based student is living his dream and rapping on stage

Published on 6th May 2017
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Meet 16-year-old Simar Singh, whose community of poets is slamming the social norms through spoken word poetry 

Young poet and founder of UnErase Simar Singh talk about how his community is helping young poets talk about relevant social issues

Published on 13th May 2017
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A writer and a poet, this multifaceted teacher encourages her students to discover their talents

For V S Kaikasi, her name sparked her interest in Hindu mythology. Like her namesake, she too is resolute in her mission to get her students to discover what they’re really good at

Published on 25th May 2017
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It’s all about English Vinglish: Meet Thimappa, who teaches English to his students using traditional art forms

A teacher at a small government school in Karnataka, Thimappa, encourages his students to learn English and traditional art forms with passion by using unconventional and innovative methods

Published on 27th May 2017
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After penning a tale of an unusual love, this teen is now set to narrate the story of a rape victim in our society

Siddharth Roy talks about his journey as an author and how his first novel came to be The Special Fish 

Published on 5th June 2017
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It's time we acknowledge the presence of Tibetans, say student producers of the award-winning documentary 'Rangzen'

The film reveals a lot of the challenges that Tibetans living in India face on a daily basis

Published on 25th June 2017
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The little girl who could: Nupur Saraswat in conversation about art, identity and activism

Having made herself a force to be reckoned with in Singapore and across India, Nupur Saraswat talks about her influences and her fight against gender bias 

Published on 7th July 2017
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The sky is the limit: The Open Sky Slam is a space for anyone with a little poetry in them

The collective of artists that was formed in 2015 has grown across the country and over borders

Published on 18th August 2017
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Meet Zee Music's artist Poojan Kohli whose second song Dil Haara should be out any day now

Vizag-based Kohli's started out in the Telugu music industry, but his second Hindi music video has been directed by Malik Ram with Sanket Sane as the music director  

Published on 30th September 2017
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Detached from the Metro: Self-taught Photographer finds his love in capturing the 'Edges of India'

The 29-year-old documentary photographer, Krish Bhalla, showcased his works in Indira Gandhi National Centre to mark 'World Photography Day'

Published on 13th September 2017
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Get ready for aMUSEment: This poetry school in Mumbai just needs four months to make a poet out of you

Put your creativity and imagination and to the right use. Meet 30-year-old Anish Vyavahare who runs a poetry college at QTube Cafe. 

Published on 4th September 2017
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Here's why every book lover should stop by 82-year-old Govindaraju's garage filled with books curated since the 1950's: Books, books and more books

There's no flashy neon sign outside. There's no computerised tagging or cataloguing, Govindaraju's Rare Books is just a good old-school rummage-and-find book hunting experience

Published on 30th August 2017

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