Monthly Archives: January 2017

A fair price to pay?

Study shows online retail prices often match store prices — and suggests why they sometimes do not. by Peter Dizikes, MIT News CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — When you buy products online, do you imagine you could get better prices in a store? Conversely, does in-store shopping lead

OET launches new test centre in Kerala

More opportunities globally for the healthcare professionals Kochi: Cambridge English Language Assessment (Part of the University of Cambridge) and Boxhill Institute, Australia have launched the new authorised Occupational English Test (OET) venue in Kochi recently for the healthcare professionals of the state. As part of

A mailbox links to Dr APJ Abdul Kalam at the Biennale

Visitors to Aspinwall House can send postcards addressed to former President at India Post stall Kochi: Visitors to the ongoing third edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) can now craft and mail postcards addressed to former President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam through a special letterbox

The  pathway to ‘democratisation of art’  

KBF hosted 10-day workshop on influential art education programme  that offers promise of greater access to art for broader audiences Kochi: From holding guided blindfold tours to getting the grounds-keeping staff involved through picture and word association activities, a series of art mediation practices were