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Aagekisoch

#AageKiSoch: How upGrad's new anthem is here to inspire young Indians to upskill during lockdown

Bringing together a star-studded line-up of artists including Radhika Apte, Vikrant Massey, Aparshakti Khurana among other talents across different art forms, the song aims to inspire youth to upskill

Published on 15th April 2020
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#Assamlynchning: Former JNU student and Assamese musician Rahul Rajkhowa releases song about mob lynchings

The musician says he had written the song weeks ago but chose to release it at this time to bring down the communal tension in the state after the mob lynchings

Published on 15th June 2018
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#DrawForKerala: Donate for Kerala flood victims, take home a piece of art

A group of artists have come together to start an Instagram handle where you get to buy a piece of art for every donation made to the CM's relief fund

Published on 18th August 2018
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#MeToo: Can't permit 'guerilla warfare' by allowing anonymity to accusers, says Delhi HC

The court said even in cases where the law permits 'in camera hearing', both parties are entitled to full knowledge of each other and each other's case

Published on 21st November 2019
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#SayNoToWar: How a Pakistani man and an Indian woman are promoting a peace discourse ‚Äč

We catch up with Anas Saleem from Pakistan and Shreya M from India, who tell us how their social media handles are campaigning for peace

Published on 28th February 2019
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'Administration threatening to throw us out of the hostels to accommodate SPIC MACAY guests', JNU students

The seventh international convention of SPIC MACAY is set to happen in the JNU from June 3. Around 1000 participants will be residing in the university during that time
 

Published on 28th May 2019
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'Berklee was a life changing experience'

....says Italian vocalist Eleonora Bianchini, who's in Chennai as part of Swarnabhoomi Academy's faculty

Published on 31st March 2017
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'Father of Indian Cinema' Dadasaheb Phalke honoured in Google Doodle

In his career spanning over 19 years, Dadasaheb Phalke made 95 movies and 27 short films

Published on 30th April 2018
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'Kakoos' cameraman is now going across TN to educate manual scavengers' kids using art

Palani Kumar, who shot the controversial documentary with Divya Bharathi, says that he was so moved by the lives of manual scavengers' children that he is starting this project to help them out

Published on 4th December 2017
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'Our crime is that we are residents of dormitories': An open letter to the SPIC MACAY participants from JNU students

There have been multiple allegations by the students against the JNU administration for asking the dormitory residents to move out forcefully

Published on 30th May 2019
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'Report says 36% of Indian companies and 25% among MNCs are not compliant with the Sexual Harassment Act, 2013'

Kirthi Jayakumar, founder of The Red Elephant Foundation talks about the laws in India for sexual harassment and her upcoming workshop on preventing it at the workplace

Published on 24th March 2017
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'We will not stop fighting': TN transgender activist, Grace Banu on recently passed Transgender Bill, 2019  

The Students Federation of India, Ambedkarite groups and many students organisations have extended support in protesting against the 'dispiriting Bill'

Published on 28th November 2019
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'Why must we bring politics into this as well?' The artist behind Orukudayil Oruma, that depicts Kerala's COVID-19 fight asks

The digital painting went viral on various social media platforms for representing Kerala's struggle to control the Coronavirus and also caused some controversy when it was politicised by an MLA

Published on 7th May 2020
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'You can educate a politician but you cannot shape his character'

The session was chaired by editorial director of TNIE Prabhu Chawla, who opined how, "the education system is not producing anything good, let it be politicians, judges or artists."

Published on 17th January 2018
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‘He is the most revered in Parliament Square’: Sculptor behind Gandhi’s statue at the iconic location

The award-winning Scottish artist behind the iconic sculpture of Mahatma Gandhi at Parliament Square in London believes that the Father of the Indian Nation is the most revered of world leaders

Published on 29th September 2019

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