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#TakeAKnee: Did you know that some of the words that we use today had a different meaning when they originated?

Dr Albert P' Rayan, Professor of English at KCG College of Engineering, looks back into the history of words and phrases

Published on 10th October 2017
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#ThrowBackToday: Aristotle's school The Lyceum discovered under a car parking lot? No way!

In today's #TBT, we tell you all about how The Lyceum was discovered in the year 1997 and what significance it held back in the day. Also, how Starbucks poised itself to enter the Indian market  
 

Published on 13th January 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: On Rudyard Kipling's death anniversary, here's all you need to know about the author of The Jungle Book 

In today's #TBT, we inform you about all that you need to know about English poet and short story writer Rudyard Kipling, who was born in Bombay. Also, here's what Volkswagen has been accused of
 

Published on 18th January 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: Remembering Swami Vivekananda on National Youth Day today

In today's #TBT, we inform you about the significance of National Youth Day and why it is celebrated on the birth anniversary of the monk Swami Vivekananda. Also, do you know what cryopreserved is? 

Published on 12th January 2021
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'Rainy Sarmistha' from Cuttack pens her best poems when she is amidst nature

Sarmistha Dey, aka Rainy Sarmistha, loves writing poetry and has been doing so since she was a child 

Published on 3rd August 2018
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"We are going to read what we read, no matter what," says poet Rebecca Vedavathy

Commenting on the police's absurd line of questioning with regards to the arrests made in connection with the Bhima-Koregaon case, the poet says they will continue reading what they read 

Published on 8th September 2018
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97 Not Out: Why Terribly Tiny Tales' latest book never hit that century

Internet sensation Terribly Tiny Tales is back with their second book, ninety-seven poems and the founders, Anuj Gosalia and Chintan Ruparel, tell Seema Rajpal why it has exactly 97 poems and not 4000

Published on 30th July 2018
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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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Aadi Swaroopa is not just ambidextrous, she can write in any direction, style and is pretty good at creating records

Aadi Swaroopa, a 15-year-old from Mangaluru who has been trained to write with both her hands simultaneously speaks about her recent exclusive world record and how she can write different languages

Published on 13th December 2020
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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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After the COVID-19 pandemic is over, is it the 'end' of the epic cultural fest?

Can you actually enjoy a cul-fest if the whole thing is online? Or if the dance show has no tango? Cul-fest junkie Atendriya Dana explains

Published on 4th May 2020
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Alok Amit Abhilash's 'Her Name is Imagination' is a collection of 23 poems written in simple language

The process of writing poems was fairly easy and beautiful, says Alok. The book has been published by Notion Press

Published on 27th October 2018
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Apna Time Aagaya: This Bengaluru-based rap artist is all set to release his multilingual EP

Rap sensation Joel Joe Easow about his inspiration, how rapping completely transformed his life and how his upcoming EP is going to highlight political issues in our country

Published on 27th March 2019
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Armed with a 100-year-old typewriter, Drishti Nagda is typing heartfelt messages for strangers in Hyderabad

This 23-year-old from Hyderabad helps strangers to open up to her and then she pens down a note for them — and the impact that she is having is immense

Published on 21st August 2019
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Art was my saviour: How this Andhra University grad found her psychadelic art calling

Coming to Hyderabad for work was when she met many poets, especially through the Hyderabad Poetry Project, and inspired by their work, she would draw even more

 

Published on 31st January 2020

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