Owliver’s Weekly Musings
Our ancestors created art
for all the right reasons.
We met a visionary
for whom art is for seasons.
We remembered a megastar.
UK’s stand against racism
has set the bar.
We met the new cabinet
that has caused quite a stir.
Kids may soon get vaccinated,
If ZyCoV-D finds approval.
The world moves at the speed of light.
Fasten your seatbelt, and hop on Owliver’s flight.
Catch up with Baani and Billi…
Baani has a new dream but Billi might have just the story to brutally crush it. Listen on to find out whether Baani’s spirit can help her see the light at the end of the tunnel for the people of Ethiopia and herself.
Here’s a short introduction of Owliver’s chattiest friends— Billi wants to be cool and Baani is anything but. Listen to the two of them hilariously grapple with the oddities of the world around them. Catch the earlier episodes, here.
Trailblazers 2.0: Interview with Sriram V. Ayer
Meet the visionary who has introduced the power and joy of art to disadvantaged children, here.
Is art 51,000 years old?
Scientists think they may have discovered the world’s oldest artwork! See it, here.
Prime Minister Modi causes stir by shuffling his cabinet
And this time there are more women leaders! Find everything you need to know, here.
In the Spotlight: The world’s oldest living man
Meet Emilio Flores Márquez, the man who is in the Guinness World Records for living an amazing 112 years, here.
Covid-19 vaccine for children under 12 years now awaiting approval
In what can only be thought of as promising news for our young friends, ZyCoV-D has reached Phase-III clinical trials. It has so far demonstrated safety and efficacy. Know everything you need to know about this vaccine, here.
All work and no play…
All work, and no play makes Owliver a dull owl…So, head over to Owliver’s Puzzles for some unparalleled fun.
Psst. There's a peculiar connection between earthly beetles and Hunger Games, Star Trek, and Battlestar Galactica. Find out here.
Find out what Mani is saving for…
Before you go, Think with Owliver…
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Our latest entries are by Rupashi Nagi and Sudhanva V. Rupashi shares a bone-chilling fiction called ‘My Ghostly Birthday’ and Sudhanva walks us through his experience of the Lockdown.
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