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Know about OSINT and how it is used

Hackers, State-owned agencies use Open Source Intelligence Tools to search through available data to achieve their goals

Mumbai art gallery to reopen with show on nature, self

Every work in the exhibition speaks of an exploration of self in contemplation, whether in Nepal, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, or the Lake District.

Raveena Tandon turns ‘Switzerlandkasharukh’ in Himachal

In her latest post on her verified Instagram account, Raveena can be seen posing in the snow clad mountains of Himachal, just like Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan did while shooting in Switzerland.

Books by bike, a mobile library for kids

He started his programme, called “Book and Me,” three years ago, and it has become very popular among the children. “There are some kids who hadn't seen even a children's storybook until I went to their villages,” he said.

Telangana: 100 Smiles Foundation sets up village library at Ammapuram

The founder president of ‘100 Smiles Foundation, Manoj Kumar Chittimalla said they set up the library at the village with the objective of helping the villagers including young graduates who are preparing for the competitive exams.  

MR Book Centre wooing readers back with a sale

With the ever-increasing demand for electronic book-reading on gadgets and smartphones, the market for paperback books has been gradually dwindling.

No restriction or ban on filling up of govt posts: Finance Ministry

"This ban will cover all creation of posts under powers which have been delegated to any organisation regardless of the source of such authority or power."

Imbibing entrepreneurial skills in Indian youth

MoM is part of Going to School (GTS), a not-for-profit company founded by her that makes design-driven stories, books, graphic novels, games, and television series to teach impoverished children

A tale of adventure from the lens of a young author

Nine-year-old Kavya recently became one of the youngest bestselling authors

5 books to hone English language skills to overcome pandemic blues

Whether it's preparing for competitive exams, or minimising common day-to-day errors, or just further sharpening your grammar, this list caters to all.

Google’s ‘Bolo’ app makes learning to read fun for children

The app designed mainly for primary grade students and is available on the Google Play Store for free,

Only 4 per cent to visit malls post lockdown: Survey

As per a survey by Local Circles, consumers want e-commerce to deliver non-essentials in red zones too or at least expand the lockdown essentials list so they can get items of urgent need.

Paulo Coelho writes two illustrated tales for kids

Both the books have been translated and reviewed from Portuguese by Margaret Jull Costa and the covers designed by Mireia Barreras.

HarperCollins publishes Taslima book, Sindhu biography digitally

Nasreen's "Shameless" is the explosive sequel to "Lajja" and is dubbed as an uncompromising, heart-breaking look at ordinary people's lives in our troubled times.

Cooking, reading: Twitterati share moments at home during Janata Curfew

writer and addiction Counsellor Smita Barooah wrote on the social media website, "In my housing complex, can't see a single person or car move. Can you hear the koel & the other birds? Woke up to the call of the peacock :),

COVID-19: Books being distributed to those in isolation in Wayanad

The whole exercise is done under a scheme -"Donate-a- book"- wherein anyone can donate books and periodicals to their panchayats.

Amazon halts sale of books assailed as ‘Nazi propaganda’

The Auschwitz Memorial tweeted Friday on its official account the books included "hateful, virulently antisemitic Nazi propaganda."

Coping with stress during exams

Exam stress affects most students in various ways.  Managing this stress is crucial; hence one should find little ways to help reduce the psychological tension. Here are some handy tips that can help relieve tension and make sure one get through the season of exams.

Do you have an eye for photography?

As students we spend a lot of time sitting in front of computers and books, an active hobby can break that cycle, benefiting both physical health and mental well-being and also can help to earn some money

Shobhaa De doesn’t prejudge books

I don't choose what I read based on author's gender, says the popular writer

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