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COVID-19: India records 41,649 fresh cases, 593 more fatalities

The number of people who have recovered from the disease has gone up to 30781263, while the case fatality rate stands at 1.34 per cent, the data showed

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#ThrowbackToday: A decade ago today, Karnatak CM Yediyurappa resigned over mining scam

In today's #TBT, we recall the time ten years back when we were talking about the resignation of BS Yediyurappa, just like we are today. Here's what happened back then. Total deja vu feels! 

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Video on social media shows ants crawling on face of paralysed COVID-19 patient in Gujarat hospital

Medical Superintendent of the hospital, Dr Ranjan Aiyer, has ordered an inquiry and assured of action if any negligence comes to light

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COVID-19: Philippines extends travel ban for those coming from India and nine other countries till Aug 15

The countries include India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, President Rodrigo Duterte said

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CBSE uses memes to announce Class 12 results: How cool is that?

The results have been superb this year with 12.96 lakh students clearing Class XII and becoming eligible for higher education

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PM congratulates all his "young friends" who have succesfully passed CBSE Class 12 exams

The results of 13,04,561 candidates have been declared on Friday out of 13,69,745 regular students. The results of the remaining 65,184 candidates will be declared by August 5

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Is the NEP making teachers irrelevant or is it the new shastra of education? Reactions to PM's new schemes

A majority of the proposals that have been presented at the grand virtual meet have been well received by the sector. But they have their grievances too

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Teachers remain bittersweet as schools across TN to open doors from August 2

Teachers who have pre-existing comorbidities can be exempted by CEOs or DEOs from working-from-school provided they can produce necessary medical documents

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Man from Kerala swallowed nib of a pen when he was a teen and got it removed from his lungs now at the age of thirty-two

After being infected by COVID, he opted for a CT scan of the chest that revealed the presence of a foreign body in the lower lobe of his right lung

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A gruesome accident encouraged this entrepreneurial couple to use medical cannabis. Now, they're making hemp cool for everyone

Rohit Kamath and Loveena Sirohi started India Hemp Organics (IHO), a Bengaluru-based start-up and are offering several hemp-based products that you can incorporate into your daily routine  

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Chennai girl wins award in 2020 International Youth Contest for Social-Anti-Corruption Advertising

The award categories are 'Best Poster' and 'Best Video'. The aim of the competition is to attract young people to participate in corruption prevention

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Delhi HC grants time to Whatsapp and Facebook to file responses on Competition Commission of India notices

Facebook and WhatsApp said that since the issue of WhatsApp's privacy policy is being heard by the Supreme Court, High Court, therefore, there was no requirement of CCI to order the probe

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292 COVID orphans registered on portal under PM CARES scheme, Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani says in Lok Sabha

The scheme provides support for education and health and will create a corpus of Rs 10 lakh for each child when he or she reaches 18 years of age

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E-Canteen Fundas: Work hard, play harder: Why recovery activities are the key to longevity 

Pro Tip: To manage emotional energy for high performance, find energy recovery activities and make them a priority. Practice holding opposite emotions to access emotional energy for full engagement.

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Girls fare marginally better than boys in CBSE class XII results

Like last year, this year also class XII results were released before class X by the CBSE

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JIBS organises programme on Victimology, Victim Assistance and Criminal Justice

The course aims to provide a comprehensive overview of emerging trends in victim assistance, criminology, victimology and promote research in programmes for victim support

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What The FAQ: Why is the ROC and not Russia winning Olympic medals? Is it a country?

Until now ROC has won seven gold medals that its sportspersons have won in the 2020 Olympics. But what is ROC exactly?

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Chhattisgarh govt tables bill to acquire private medical college 

Chhattisgarh Health minister TS Singh Deo, who piloted the bill in the assembly said the acquisition of the college was a step towards providing health facilities to the poor and common people

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Welcome to Reason: Do kids need a healthy body for a healthy mind? 

The mid-day meals are a much-appreciated scheme of the government to keep kids in school and keep them healthy. But, does it really serve the purpose of supporting the student's mind?

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CBSE declares Class XII results, 99.37 per cent students pass. More details inside

While the examinations were supposed to be held in the first week of May, they were initially postponed indefinitely and later cancelled, owing to the second wave of the pandemic

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TN govt directs health department to provide counselling before reopening colleges

The counselling is mainly directed at students and parents who were affected by the pandemic and those whose close relatives have died due to the disease in the first and second waves

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One year of NEP: Here are 11 'blockbuster' schemes that PM Modi announced to transform education in India

“The NEP will change the fortunes of India,” said PM Modi. Here's a look at the 11 initiatives the government announced as part of the NEP and if they manage to hold water

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14 engineering colleges to impart education in 5 Indian languages — Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi and Bangla: PM

The emphasis on mother tongue as the medium of instruction will instil confidence in the students from poor, rural and tribal backgrounds

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Odisha CM decides to reduce residency period for promotion of primary school teachers

The Chief Minister said that the government decision will facilitate filling up of vacant post teachers in upper primary schools

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Will the COVID-19 lockdowns push human trafficking survivors back into the traffickers' den?

While a major section of the lower-income group is stuck in a debt trap due to the pandemic and the lockdown and its effects, the threat on these survivors is high

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US lawmakers introduce bill to end programme allowing foreign students to stay after studies

Congressman Paul A Gosar along with Congressman Mo Brooks, Andy Biggs and Matt Gaetz introduced the Fairness for High-Skilled Americans Act

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Students' body urges NE govts to resolve border disputes with Centre's help

The recent border conflict between Assam and Mizoram has gone on to show that residents living along interstate boundaries are vulnerable to attacks

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Travel restrictions being eased for Indian students by several countries: Govt

A number of countries imposed travel restrictions for Indians after India was hit by a devastating second wave of the pandemic

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Rs 12.13 cr sanctioned as student loan from 2015 to 2021 under Delhi government scheme

As part of the scheme, students can avail collateral-free loans of up to Rs 10 lakh for higher education with the Delhi government acting as the guarantor

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Here's how you can contribute to Prime Minister Modi's Independence Day speech

The portal noted that the Prime Minister in his Independence Day speech lays out the government's programmes and policies

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CBSE Class 12 results to be declared on July 30 at 2 pm. Here's how you can check your marks

The board exams were cancelled this year in view of the aggressive second wave of COVID-19, and the result will be announced on basis of an alternate assessment policy by the board

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#ThrowbackToday: Penguin prepared for the paperback revolution 86 years ago today

It's National Paperback Day today and for very good reason! In today's #TBT, we tell you how paperback novels came to be and which publishing house started promulgating the idea way back in 1935

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CBSE's private, patrachar, repeater students will have to write board exams physically after SC dismisses petition

The petition was filed by Mamta Sharma, the lawyer who filed a PIL in May, seeking cancellation of Class XII examinations for all students across the country

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One year of NEP: Engineering courses in Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bangla. Connected to 2024 Elections?

Speaking about the changed scenario of education during the COVID-19 pandemic, PM Modi said that the youth is ready to bring a transformation

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One year of NEP: PM officially launches Academic Bank of Credit to "help students break away from the shackles of one stream"

The presentation by the Ministry of Education said that the Academic Bank of Credit will provide flexible multiple entries and exit options for students in Higher Education

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One year of NEP: India to launch website for students to study Artificial Intelligence. Details inside

The Prime Minister made the announcement, along with several others, while speaking about the virtues of the NEP and the change it would bring

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One year of NEP: PM Modi says that Indian Sign Language will be introduced as a subject in schools

To aid the same, 1200 educational video programmes (for Class 1 to 12) have been made in Indian Sign Language. This will be available on the government's diksha.gov.in

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PM Modi: NEP will combine modern, digital education with India's national interests

New schemes have been announced to support the implementation of the NEP, and here's how the Prime Minister has described the vision for the country with the education policy

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NEET OBC issue sorted after PM Modi asks ministry to grant 27% reservation, 10% for EWS in AIQ from this academic year

The decision came after Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday directed the concerned union ministries to facilitate an effective solution to this long pending issue

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Worship ISRO? Flaunt your love for it via official merchandise designed by this Bengaluru start-up

Whether it's ISRO's logo or pictures from their mission, 1947IND is officially on board with the space agency offer 'out of the world' products that take your admiration for ISRO a step further  

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One year of NEP: Here's how the Modi govt plans to implement it over the next few years

Minister of Education Dharmendra Pradhan said that the ministry has laid down a plan to implement the policy successfully

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More than 200 students reject the second PU results and register to write exams in August

Since the last date to reject the results and register for the exams in on July 30, the department sources said that the number of candidates might be more than 300

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IIT Guwahati, Mizoram University sign MoU for joint teaching programmes, research and development

IIT Guwahati and Mizoram University will encourage contact and cooperation between their faculty members, departments and research facilities

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COVID-19: Maharashtra cabinet decides to cut school fees by 15 per cent

"A detailed order with modalities will be issued soon," said the Maharashtra Education Minister

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Rajasthan govt's English medium schools get three times more applications than available seats

As per the state government's data, nearly 60,000 applications were received by the Rajasthan Secondary Education department, almost three times the available 18,093 seats

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Kejriwal approves DoE proposal to take over management of private school over fee hike

The government claimed that the school repeatedly failed to comply with multiple orders of the Delhi government asking it to roll back its "unjustified fee hike"

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48% parents not willing to send their kids to schools till they get COVID vaccines: Survey

The survey was conducted with over 32,000 parents across 361 districts in the country

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Over 1.5L children in rural areas not going to school, Karnataka state tells HC

Door-to-door survey report submitted to HC finds large number of children not going to schools in Karnataka

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Mark Zuckerberg eyes deeper commerce integration across Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp

WhatsApp Payments went live for 20 million users in India in November last year currently being used for Unified Payments Interface (UPI) transactions via the platform

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Union Health Ministry to deploy six-member team to help Kerala against rising COVID cases

The team headed by National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Director S K Singh will reach Kerala Friday and visit some districts reporting a high case positivity rate

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Calcutta University confers PhD in Development Economics to West Bengal Chief Secretary H K Dwivedi

The 1988-batch IAS officer has completed the PhD under the supervision of Prof (Dr) Achin Chakraborty of the Kolkata-based Institute for Development Studies

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Twitter shuts US offices just two weeks after reopening due to rising Delta variant COVID cases

Barely three months after suggesting that vaccinated people no longer needed to wear masks, indoors or out, the US CDC has now recommended people to resume wearing masks 

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Study suggests how people can cope with the strain, trauma surrounding COVID-19 pandemic

The study conducted by the University of Bonn is based on a large joint online survey at the University Hospitals Bonn, Erlangen, Ulm, Dresden, and Cologne

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#ThrowbackToday: The maharani who opened schools and went to jail during the emergency

In today's #TBT, we recall the contributions of the late Maharani Gayatri Devi. She was the ultimate lady who knew how to stand up for herself and the country and this is how she won every time 

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One year of NEP: 4 big changes in education the govt promised and where they stand 

One year after the much-dissected National Education Policy’s first came into effect, we take a look at some of the loftier and polarising goals of the Modi government, and how far they have reflected

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What The FAQ: Why NASA's James Webb Space Telescope might get a new name after homophobic controversy

Astronomers Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, Sarah Tuttle, Lucianne Walkowicz and Brian Nord launched the petition to change the name of the telescope in May

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Delhi HC directs authorities to decide representation seeking to formulate policy to protect children from offline, online games

A plea said that it is quite alarming to note that children below the age of 10 years are also getting addicted to online games

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Implement state-mandated OBC reservations in NEET AIQ seats, OBC group tells Health Minister Mandaviya

On Monday, while making a submission at the Madras High Court, the union government had said that the Centre's decision is at a 'very advanced stage'

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DU entrance exams scheduled from September 26. Last date to apply for UG courses is August 31

The application began from July 26 for all Post-Graduate, MPhil and PhD programmes and it is schedule to continue till August 21, 2021

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JNUEE: JNU entrance exams to be held from September 20. Students can apply by August 27. Here's how

The computer-based test, containing multiple-choice questions, will be held for a duration of three hours in two sessions on each of the four days

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This new BA degree in Public Policy, with former IAS, IPS officers as mentors, is built for UPSC aspirants

The degree is being offered by Crescent Institute in Chennai and the first intake is currently on. Will students take the plunge?

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2021 Census set to be the first ever digital one according to Home Affairs ministry

A mobile app for the collection of data and a Census portal for management and monitoring of various Census-related activities has been developed

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IGNOU to hold final year exams in seven districts of Maharashtra from Aug 3 

Hall tickets will be made available online and students who are unable to appear this time can sit for the examinations in December

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This Bengaluru high schooler wasn't able to land an internship. What she did next will surprise you 

It's difficult enough for grad students to land internships. What then will school students do? Check InternMee out, of course  

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She's on top of the world: Meet women trek leaders, adventure junkies who are taking the world on a trip 

These women are encouraging a whole generation of young climbers to break free and lead expeditions and treks and find their space out there. We check out what powers these trendsetters 

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This IIM Bangalore alum's portable energy device can light up the lives of pushcart vendors

Prerna Wadikar speaks about her affordable portable energy device that's got villagers and pushcart vendors excited. It can be used to run three devices simultaneously 

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This govt school teacher developed three mobile apps for Kannada medium kids to learn Math - years before the pandemic! 

Shivakumar M, a teacher in a government high school in Cheemangala is trying to generate more content in Kannada to make Mathematics easier for his students to learn through videos and other forms

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This EdTech start-up is looking to bring EVs into the education ecosystem. Here's how

There's more issues to the EV industry than a lack of infrastructure. These two young entrepreneurs have spotted gap in skills between the industry and academia and are looking to fix it

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Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan writes to Kisan Reddy for the preservation of Swapneswar temple in Odisha

Legend has said that Lord Rama drew Ratnachira river to quench Maa Sita's thirst, using her pearl ring to chart its course. Ratnachira Valley is a gold-mine of ancient Kalingan monuments

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CLAT results to be declared on July 28. Here's how you can see your rank

The CNLUs informed that the first merit list will be released on August 1, after the counselling process commences on July 29 and ends on July 30

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Tamil Nadu government to promote Tamil language among diaspora

The department of Tamil development and information is also consulting Tamil scholars, researchers, and academics in the Tamil language to create new Tamil words for education 

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Tamil Nadu worried over a slight increase in COVID cases in some districts

However much to the relief of the department, 17 districts including Chennai and Kancheepuram witnessed zero deaths due to COVID-19 on Tuesday

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Confusion in Tamil Nadu over minister's statement on reopening of schools

Parents are worried over the statement of the minister and many are not inclined to send their children to schools especially government schools

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This series on Instagram will give you an insight into how caste influences food in marginalised communities

The Big Fat Bao, an Instagram page, highlighted the food that Dalits eat and why it's different through an art series. We speak to the illustrator behind it

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Did you know that there's only one man alive who plays an ancient Tamil instrument called the kinnaram? This student's docu is the perfect tribute

Manikandan AKA Sound Mani created a 16-minute-long documentary called Kinnaram, about Arunachalam, who is the last person to play the eponymous ancient instrument

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His son overcame ataxia to become a college prof. Now, this dad is telling the world stories we need to hear 

We speak to Iftikhar Zia, whose platform Possiabilities tells stories about the abilities rather than disabilities of people with rare, incurable diseases

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Kerala's daily COVID tally now 50 per cent of India's positive cases

The Union Health Ministry data on Wednesday morning showed that Kerala has 22,129 new COVID cases in the last 24 hours while the total cases in India stood at 43,654

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Strict action would be taken in dowry harassment cases, creating awareness an option, Kerala CM 

The Chief Minister pointed out that Governor Arif Mohammed Khan's recent fast against the practice of dowry was a Gandhian tactic of spreading awareness

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Meet the new Karnataka CM designate Basavaraj Bommai: Lingayat leader with origins in Janata Parivar

The 61-year-old leader was the Minister for Home Affairs, Law, Parliamentary Affairs and Legislature in Yediyurappa's council of ministers that was dissolved on Monday

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These four young weathermen are creating a storm on Twitter. Check them out!

Many youngsters are predicting the weather and sharing updates on Twitter. These under 25 forecasters from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh are a cut above the rest. Here’s why we think so

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Meet Lopamudra Mohanty, an Odia storyteller who's getting kids to fall in love with their mother tongues

Lopamudra Mohanty has been a storyteller for as long as she can remember and now to ensure that children don't forget their mother tongue, this is the latest programme that she has initiated

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Opt for eco-friendly water boxes offered by this Hyderabad-based start-up as an alternative to plastic cans

Caro Water has been the talk of the town for a few days now and the duo at the helm of it are youngsters Suneeth Tatineni and Chaitanya Ayinapudi. And they are only getting started. Check it out!

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Meet the Hyderabad students who bagged top honours at this int'l astronomy challenge

Oregunta Sai Varun from Geethanjali College of Engineering and Technology and Sathwik Bikumalla from LPU participated in International Astronomy and Astrophysics Competition (IAAC 2021)

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#ThrowbackToday: The magic behind the classic song Hey There Delilah

In today's #TBT, let's hum along to the lyrics of Hey There Delilah and recall how a stripped-down composition with sweet lyrics went on to become one of the most beautiful songs ever. EVER!

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How a 17-year-old Hyderabad student's focus on eliminating iron deficiency in girls won her the Diana Award

The project that this student of CHIREC International School, Ananya Talluri, launched is called Svaasthya and this is how the youngster and her co-founder Anvitha Jampana go about doing their job

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Kochi's first community radio station is here. Here is how it became a reality

Radio Kochi 90FM is a project developed by St Teresa's College and was launched recently

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This brother-sister duo from Hyderabad came out with a poetry book that will fill you with hope

Called Verses and Strokes, Prisha and Shaurya Gupta have penned 80 poems for this book that are all centred around four life-affirming themes. They started writing way back in December 2020

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Like gramps, like granddaughter: Kerala 10-year-old develops mosquito trap using everyday materials

Indira Arjun develops an ovillanta trap made from household items that can protect up to seven acres of land from mosquito infestations

AT THE GRASSROOTS: DeepFlow Technologies is attempting to modernise farming

This group of four Kannur youngsters are developing cyber-solutions for the modern day

Atthri Anand, Vishnu B Raj, Nandakishor M and Sayanth N S are coming up with a personalised mobile application that solves farming issues and a robot that suits all terrains

Ganga is a master's student at Sacred Heart College in Kochi

This Sacred Heart College student's book of poems is out. Here's why you should give it a shot

Ganga Jayakumar is a master's student who has published her first book "Hidden from the World"

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Panjab University get seed funding from All India Council for Technical Education for medical gloves that can detect hand disorders

A team of students from the Design Innovation Centre at the University Institute of Engineering and Technology (UIET), Panjab University have invented the IoT device over a period of three years

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Twenty-two districts recorded an increasing trend in COVID cases, fifty-four districts report 10 per cent positivity: Health Ministry

Lav Agarwal said there are still 62 districts in the country where over 100 cases are reported every day, which are found in a localised and limited set of areas of these districts

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Over Seventy-five thousand kids either lost one or both parents to COVID, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights tells the top court

The child rights body said a total of 75,320 children have been orphaned or lost either parent to COVID, and this also includes 247 children, who were abandoned

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Test COVID shots in more children, US Food and Drug Administration tells Pfizer amd Moderna

Authorisation of a COVID vaccine in children aged 5-11 may come by late October or early November, the Washington Post quoted a federal official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity

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Indian astronomers part of team spotting unique Gamma-ray burst

GRBs are the most powerful events in the universe, detectable across billions of light-years. Astronomers classify them as long or short on whether the event lasts for more or less than two seconds

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Seven artworks from Chitkara University, Punjab will be on display during the Tokyo Olympics. Here's why it matters

Out of 52 paintings selected for a virtual show at the Tokyo Olympics Memorial Gallery, these seven from Chitkara University are putting out an important message of global solidarity

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PM Modi asks ministries to resolve NEET OBC issue on top priority. Will it reflect in MBBS admissions 2021?

The decision was taken at a meeting which was held on Monday evening and was conveyed to the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

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Here's how educator Gaurav Garg's start-up StudyIQ grabbed YouTube's Diamond Play Button

With over 10 million subscribers for which they recently won the Diamond Play Button Award, Study IQ has been offering entrance exams training online since way before the pandemic

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RSS to boost immunity in children with Vedic period Ayurvedic medicine

Under this campaign, a special medication will be given to children aged between 1 to 16 years in a particular constellation