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Wage Labourer Builds Library, Displays Miraculous Determination to Rebuild it After it is Set on Fire

Syed Issaq's library containing thousands of books on different religions of the world was recently burnt down by a mob of miscreants, but he is determined to rebuild this site of hope despite the odds.

Prisoners Rediscover a World beyond Stigma in Shimla’s café-library

In Shimla prisoners serving life-term start Café-library and thus attract readers for whom books open up a world of new hope and positivity. Prisoner reformation in its new avatar is something we must widely replicate. KABIR

6 actions school systems can take to support children’s outdoor learning

The growing interest in outdoor learning over the past years is promising. But what can we do to encourage it in our schools?

The balance between jobs in the renewable energy and fossil fuel sectors could play on India’s energy transition

Renewable energy jobs are claimed to embrace the shifting millions, involved directly or indirectly in the coal sector. But the transition is far more complex than it appears.

Revisiting Digital Pedagogy and the Culture of Learning in the Age of Information Technology

The article delves deep into the need for rethinking digitalised teaching-learning in the age of information technology especially at a time when we are moving towards an extensive use of virtual classroom spaces.

Book calls for a rethink of capitalism amid the ravages of COVID-19

The pandemic and its devastating impact on the world as a whole compels us to rethink capitalism in our times.

Colleges In Delhi: Check Our List Of Best 5 Women’s Colleges Here

Are you looking for a Women’s College in Delhi? Then you are at the right place! Here students will get information on some of...

One Marechera, two points of view

The vastly different perspectives and treatments in two recent books about Zimbabwean author Dambudzo Marechera leave the reader with tantalising questions beyond the subject matter.

Bittu Sahgal: “Young people want to protect the environment, but don’t have their hands on the wheel”

Bittu Sahgal is among India’s pioneering conservation and environment journalists, who started the publication of Sanctuary Asia in 1981, after being involved with India’s tiger conservation efforts in the 1970s.

Poor nutrition changes the way a body fights infection: this might protect against severe COVID-19

The following article discusses how poor nutrition levels impact the body's response and ability to fight the coronavirus.

Shiksha Swaraj Team Ensures that No Pandemic Can Obstruct the Learning Opportunities of Our Students

Your sustained goodwill and contributions have ensured that even as the lockdown goes on and educational institutions remain closed, the learning activities of our...

Plans to Prevent Future Pandemics Must Consider Gender Issues, too

The article highlights how any planning for a pandemic-free world needs to take the gender question so seriously.