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An initiative in rural Madhya Pradesh is bridging learning gaps through stories.
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Five mothers talk about feminism and the fairytale conundrum.
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"Once upon a time..." were the golden words I longed to listen to as a child—from my granny, from my mummy, form my teachers. Today, after so many years, I see the same eagerness in my kids at h...
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Writing is by its very nature an optimistic and isolated act -- sitting with your pen and paper or typewriter or laptop in a world of your own and hoping that what you are creating will resonate with readers. By the looks of a festival like the JLF, the largest free literary festival in the world, that continues to grow and share this evident love for words year after year, it is safe to say that stories and storytellers are safe...
I always refer to her as the dhobi's daughter. I don't even know what her name is. I've never asked her. Come to think of it, we've never had a real conversation. All our communication, so far, has been through hand gestures and head movements. A nod, a wave, a pat on the back.