The Telegraph
| Monday, August 8, 2016 |


Maths, made visual

3D images and videos are helping kids get rid of the phobia of numbers in classrooms and connect them to real world problems, says Prasun Chaudhuri

It's quite like playing games on my Dad's big smartphone," says an excited Medha Nellur. The 12-year-old Bangalore student enjoys the videos and 'multimedia stuff' in her maths class. "I love to solve the puzzles and crack problems that... | Read»

Home alone?

If you always say no to whatever plans your friends make, it's time for a rethink, says Manasi Shah

Are you the one who always says no to friends when they invite you to get-togethers? Do you spend your weekends watching sitcoms or simply lazing at home? Being a homebody - someone who likes to stay at home, especially one who doesn't like... | Read»

Friends Forever

College usually takes you away from your old friends. Somdyuti Datta Ray has some tips on how you can still keep the friendship going

Anwesha Ghosh, now a fourth-year student of Bengal Institute of Technology in Calcutta, was best friends with a guy in school till he moved away in 2008. She didn't have a FaceBook account then. "I lost touch with him. But we reconnected in... | Read»