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Shri Dharmendra Pradhan launches Comic Book Developed by NCERT and UNESCO “Let’s Move Forward”

Shri Dharmendra Pradhan launched a novel comic book titled "Let’s Move Forward." The launch event was held on August 29, 2023

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Ministry of Education to Host the 3rd EdWG Meeting in Bhubaneswar, Odisha

The Ministry of Education is all set to host the 3rd Education Working Group (EdWG) meeting in Bhubaneswar, Odisha from the 26th- the 28th of April 2023

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UNESCO banks on young people to save Venice from sinking

Venice is on the brink of a watery tragedy. The enchanting city is sinking, on an average of 1-2 mm every year.

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Began in 1757, Kolkata Durga Puja is recognised as ‘intangible heritage’ by UNESCO

Kolkata’s Durga Puja, the second event from West Bengal to be recognised as 'intangible heritage' by UNESCO, was known as a rich man affair till the late 1700s.


Inspired by TV series Alif, young girl from J-K’s Pulwama shines in Calligraphy

She started with Asma Ul Husna and then moved on to certain Ayah from the Holy Quran after mastering the basics of calligraphy.

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Srinagar joins UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) with a special mention for craft and folk art

Srinagar city joins the list of creative cities network of UNESCO. Srinagar is the only Indian city to make it to the 49 new cities list for its craft and folk


Preserving world-famous Ajanta Cave paintings using AI

The digitized form of these paintings, the Ajanta Caves in India’s Aurangabad district, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site In an initiative that is unique in

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India Inches Closer To Becoming A Cybersecurity Superpower

New Delhi, India, Sept 2, 2019 — The ‘Digital India’ and ‘New India’ mission has been offered an essential impetus by an Indian Ethical hacker, Khushhal K

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Meet The First Indian To Be Featured In UNESCO’s Annual Magazine On Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity has become a concern in the digital world. The Digital India campaign and youth of the country require connectivity and mobility round the clock.

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