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Nobody will call you rude now- learning the art of diplomacy and politeness

These days, social media enables everybody to speak their mind without thinking the consequences. In such a time, diplomacy and politeness are skills a lot of people badly need 

Published on 28th February 2017
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Why ragging is still a thing in colleges

Picking through the data to find that despite sterner measures and the unerring eye of social media, ragging is still rampant in UP, MP and West Bengal
 

Published on 27th February 2017

Thiruvananthapuram is still the best city to live in

The recent ASICS survey reports have been released and Thiruvananthapuram still retains its top position in the annual city governance ranking

Published on 1st March 2017
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Books which suggest killing kittens under the scanner of CBSE

CBSE to review books of private publishers prescribed in schools

Published on 28th February 2017
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This teenager will convince you to donate your eyes and help the blind

Greenwood High Student’s Gift Sight, Gift Life initiative hopes to touch millions

Published on 1st March 2017
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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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Romance Novelist Ira Trivedi tells us why her books will never set the 'romantic bar' too high

Author and TV show host Ira Trivedi talks about her journey with yoga, her book Nikhil and Riya, loss and finding other kinds of love over and over again

Published on 24th February 2017
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Why Ambily Fathima will inspire ailing youngsters to believe in crowd-funding for transplants for years to come

Like a candle in the wind, Kerala's Ambily Fathima underwent a heart transplant after people from across the world crowd-funded her surgery, only to succumb to illness. Read her astonishing story

Published on 24th February 2017
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RSDC's rubber training programme will now provide employment to thousands 

The course aims to land students in supervisory roles in the rubber industry and plantation sectors

Published on 7th March 2017
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Navneeth Unnikrishnan's pictures will make you fall in love with star gazing

This Kerala-based photographer opens up about his love for deep space photography and the process behind it

Published on 7th March 2017
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India's own Hoodie-baba: How Varun Agarwal became a millionaire at 25

He's supremely laidback but he takes his business just as seriously as any corporate sort with a stiff collar. Bengaluru boy Varun Agarwal tells us all about Alma Mater and his new book

Published on 23rd February 2017
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This artist will tell you how to keep the fresh spark alive in your soul 

Art curator Sharan Apparao talks about why artists should be let free to explore their creative side

Published on 12th March 2017
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Getting 99 pc does not ensure that you will make a committed doctor, says CMC director

Dr Sunil Thomas Chandy, Director of CMC, opens up about why they have been asking the government to rethink their merit-only philosophy with NEET and rues that this has led to

Published on 13th March 2017
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Packing a punch in a pouch full of memories

When it comes to Paper Boat, drinks and memories go hand in hand, creative chief, Amulya Shruthi goes down the memory lane and talks on how it all started and more

Published on 17th March 2017
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If there aren't enough jobs, there will soon be bloodshed, warns  R Sarathkumar

AISMK President R Sarathkumar talks about how FDI, a more modern education system and stricter laws are the only way to ensure the youth of today don't end up revolting when the jobs dry up

Published on 16th March 2017

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