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This man in a van has been making science easy and fun for TN students for 9 years

From the law of inertia to more complex scientific theories, Ariwarasan has an experiment that explains it better.

Why Denmark dominates the World Happiness Report rankings year after year

Why might Danes evaluate their lives more positively? As a psychologist and native of Denmark, I’ve looked into this question.

Large crack in East African Rift is evidence of continent splitting in two

The tear, which continues to grow, caused part of the Nairobi-Narok highway to collapse and was accompanied by seismic activity in the area.

This Chennai store offers a 'shopping mall' experience for the poor

The organisation functions by collecting clothes and toys from people across the country and sorting them based on quality.

China’s space station to crash back to Earth this weekend: Here’s all you need to know

With China losing control of the space station, which is set to enter Earth’s atmosphere, radars across the world are closely monitoring the situation.

Pop goes the goli soda: Visiting a Chennai company which still makes the nostalgic drink

From over 500 manufacturers, the city today has less than 30 goli-soda factories.

This 69-year-old man has helped start free libraries across Chennai, and you can too!

No membership, no one to supervise, and no last date to return books: Mahendra Kumar's libraries run on no rules, and plenty of goodwill.

This 50-yr-old museum started by a Kerala cartoonist houses 1000s of dolls

The idea of a dolls collection was born when eminent political cartoonist K Shankar Pillai received one as a gift from the Hungarian Ambassador in the early 1950s.

‘I am a student in the university where Dhoni is a topper’: Dinesh Karthik gets candid

Probably it’s karma for all the good things that i have done through the years, said Karthik, reflecting on the last-ball six to win the match for India.

This Bengaluru artist uses contemporary arts for therapeutic experiences

Artist Brinda speaks about how expressive arts can be a powerful therapy and her reasons for choosing ‘desire’ as the theme of her new play.