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Chennai's Abirambika Ravivarman is teaching toddlers the importance of 'sustainable' relationships

Abirambika Ravivarman talks about her venture, Green Minds, that helps children understand the sustainability of life using fun activities as a teaching aid

Published on 24th February 2017
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Read all about it: Balaknama is a newspaper that's run entirely by and for street kids in Delhi

In an age when print is becoming increasingly scarce, Delhi-based Balaknama, supported by the NGO CHETNA is probably the only newspaper in the world that's run by street kids

Published on 24th February 2017
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Anushka Ravishankar and the art of writing nonsense for children!

After novelising the movie Dhanak, author Anushka Ravishankar, the reigning queen of nonsense literature, talks about why writing for children is where it's at and how they need to keep reading

Published on 24th February 2017
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This page on FB is fighting for gender equality by posting 'unwomanly' pictures

Two 20-year-old students are fighting against gender inequality and patriarchy by using art and posting pictures that are considered 'unwomanly' on their Facebook page Gender Pages Project

Published on 27th February 2017
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Pearl Academy trains women inmates of Tihar prison for a life beyond the bars

Nandita Abraham CEO of Pearl Academy about their new initiative, Fashion Lab at Tihar Jail which would train women inmates in various skills needed in Fashion industry

Published on 2nd April 2017
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Through a series of film festivals, Chillar Party cinematographer is set to bring better change in the lives of children 

Cinematographer, filmmaker and producer Amitabha Singh is crowdfunding to organise a series of film festivals for children

Published on 7th April 2017
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YOLO Teenagers: Haunted by shyness? Here's a workshop that you need to attend to help you overcome this problem 

Mathumitha Jayaraman, a brain development trainer at the Power for brain training company is conducting a workshop on overcoming shyness for teenagers this month

Published on 8th May 2017
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The Professional Simplifier: This Professor uses technology to train students and enhance their experience

He’s got a simple approach to his teaching — to make lessons simple and straightforward. Dr R L Shankar, aka the Professional Simplifier, talks about his approach to keeping things simple

Published on 25th May 2017
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Even Polio couldn't stop this mathemagician from NIT Calicut from standing tall

Krishnan Paramasivam is a Maths prof with a plan. Despite facing the most complex of problems — in books, on classroom boards and in life — he’s taken it all in his stride and is making a mark

Published on 27th May 2017
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He wrote to the NDMA way before the 2015 Nepal earthquake about the high threat of earthquakes in the Himalayas!

Dr Sreevalsa Kolathayar might be the only person who wrote to the NDMA about the risks before the 2008 earthquakes. Read on to find out more about his measures to get people prepared for earthquakes

Published on 29th May 2017
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These professors from Australia experiment with fun in science education

Professors from the Australian National University, Graham Walker and Stuart Kohlgagen, have been traveling across countries to spread a love for science among students

Published on 13th June 2017
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Live at Kennedy Centre: The Madras Youth Choir's compositions to find harmony in Washington DC

One of the oldest choral groups has been invited to participate in the Washington DC Choral Festival

Published on 15th June 2017
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Goddess of the G20: Meet Anannya Parekh, the SRM student who just represented India at the G20 Summit and runs a firm to promote women entrepreneurship

Twenty-one- year-old Anannya Parekh has been chosen as the Indian delegate for the annual G(irls) 20 Summit in Germany and she's determined to make this oppoortunity count

Published on 27th June 2017
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Getting their act straight: These five theatre groups discuss their journey, the work and the importance of  the art

Theatres are a serious business, especially if you’re young and you know how to wow a corporate or two. Take a leaf out of these South Indian theatre groups pages

Published on 26th July 2017
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How does it feel to hug a stranger? This DU student's 'hug workshop' is the best place to figure that one out

Remember 'Jadu ki jhappi' from Munna Bhai? 20-year-old Aashima Taneja takes it to a new level as she conducts a ‘hugs’ workshops and sees what a good hug can do to people

Published on 9th August 2017

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