We know that when we watch an ad before a film song, a certain amount goes to the platform.
23 Jul 2020
A few weeks ago, the Karnataka state government banned online education (both live and recorded classes) for children in grade 5 and below.
25 Jun 2020
This academic year, “going to school” took on a new meaning.
11 Jun 2020
We are getting closer to ‘reopening’ schools in June; some of them have opened already. And there’s a lot to think about.
28 May 2020
This rings especially true in the landscape of education. Schools and universities have shifted all classes online, and no one can estimate how long this will last.
13 May 2020
As we readjust ourselves to three more weeks of staying indoors, we have some burning questions.
23 Apr 2020
Among those of us locked in, there are roughly three groups of people.
02 Apr 2020
The world has more warmth and empathy than we expected, and that is a wonderful thing to realise.
19 Mar 2020
Search for the words “innovation” and “disruption” together and you will find pages and pages of articles explaining why you can’t find one without the other.
05 Mar 2020
Music is exercise for your brain: It’s not just about the upcoming exam, it’s about keeping your mind healthy for life.
20 Feb 2020
I consider myself a well-adjusted parent with reasonable expectations. All I want is for my child to win a Nobel Prize at 10 and cite me as the reason she even won.
30 Jan 2020
Two weeks into 2020, we are still riding the ‘new year, new me’ high. Gyms are still full, books are still being read, and screens are still going off at a reasonable hour.
16 Jan 2020
If you are anti-resolutions, I feel your pain. But I found a simple solution – the second R they left out of SMART.
30 Dec 2019
I don’t say this nearly enough – I’m grateful to work closely with kids and young adults.
28 Nov 2019
The point is, I do what I love and I never once thought about having to choose between law and music.
13 Nov 2019