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TNIE Let's Debate: And the winners of the Senior Debates are...

After nine preliminary debates, here are the winners of the debates and the list of people who will go to the finale. Are you ready? Well then, read on

Taking out the competition, Odisha's Sai International School's Arush Sarma emerged the winner of the first edition of the debate | Pic: Edex Live

TNIE Let's Debate Senior Finals Winner: Who bagged the grand prize?

The New Indian Express' Let's Debate is India's largest inter-school virtual debate competition and it was held in association with Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, Meil and Linc Pens  

The New Indian Express conducted Let's Debate, India's largest inter-school virtual debate competition, in association with Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science and MEIL (Pic: EdexLive)

TNIE Let's Debate Junior Final Winners: Who are India's best young debaters?

The very witty and humourous Advait Anand from Chennai's Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan won the Let's Debate Junior category this year

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Delhi HC asks JNU students, teachers and administration to stop fighting, work together to set up COVID care centre

The HC was hearing a writ petition filed by the JNU Teachers' Association asking for more COVID testing, care and isolation centres on campus


What the FAQ: Why is Ellen DeGeneres ending her talk show?

All you need to know about the world-famous daytime talk show, its history and the reason behind the decision to end it

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ABVP wants exams cancelled in JNU. Is the RSS' student wing trying to replace JNUSU?

In the last few days, the organisation had also sent another letter, asking the university to vaccinate all its students and extend the current semester

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How educated are Kerala MLAs in 2021: More than 60 per cent have been to college

The most educated MLAs in the state are Dr R Bindu, Dr K T Jaleel, Dr Mathew Kuzhalnadan and Dr N Jayaraj

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Union Min Dr Jitendra Singh reviews COVID management in J&K govt med colleges, asks UG, PG students to assist

Speaking during the meeting, Dr Jitendra Singh impressed upon all the principals of Government medical colleges across J&K to collaborate with the administration

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Mahindra University invites applications for its BA and BBA undergraduate courses

These three-year interdisciplinary BA and BBA degree programmes will be conducted in partnership with Cornell University's SC Johnson School of Business

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These school buses will now provide oxygen to COVID patients waiting outside hospitals in Bengaluru

Greenwood High International School has collaborated with Maharaja Agrasen Hospital to convert these buses into state-of-the-art, free oxygen-providing facilities

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Cleared FMGE six months ago, yet to receive registration: Amid deepening COVID crisis, overseas MBBS grads cool their scrubs

FMGE is an examination conducted by the National Board of Education for graduates who have pursued their degree in medicine from foreign countries, for them to practice as a doctor in India

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IITM, Rice University develop deep learning algorithms for producing photo-realistic images from blurred lensless capture

While the IITM team was led by Assistant Professor Kaushik Mitra of the Department of Electrical Engineering, the research by Rice University was led by Professor Ashok Veeraraghavan

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Karnataka postpones SSLC exams citing rise in COVID cases in the state, revised dates to be announced soon

The Associated Management of Primary and Secondary Schools in Karnataka (KAMS) wrote a letter to the education minister asking him to postpone SSLC exams rather than putting children's health at risk

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Karnataka Health Minister seeks IISc's support in tackling the second wave of COVID across the state

According to the professor, various researches are being carried out by the scientists at IISc which include designing a more efficient oxygen concentrator and also a vaccine for COVID-19

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Better days are on their way: Jamia Millia Islamia University VC extends Eid greetings to students, faculty

The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, which wreaked havoc across the national capital, was also behind the demise of several Jamia staff members, alumni, students and their relatives

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Delhi's Mount Carmel School opens walk-in oxy cafes for patients to take in oxygen, leave when saturation improves

A COVID care centre was opened at Mount Carmel School recently by converting its auditorium and classrooms into a 100-bed facility where patients with mild symptoms can be admitted

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AMU COVID-19 situation: UP CM Adityanath visits varsity to take stock of cases, oxygen supply

On his first visit to AMU since he assumed office in 2017, the chief minister also said that the supply of oxygen to the university's medical college is being augmented

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IIT Kharagpur to be under complete lockdown until May 23, essential services to run on campus

Shops on the campus selling essential commodities will be allowed to open for a stipulated period as per the state government's directive

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Facebook to launch new campaign in India to help people detect COVID-related misinformation

The campaign and the website will be rolled out in English and 9 Indian languages — Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Oriya, Malayalam, Marathi, Kannada, Gujarati and Bengali

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How participating in the e-Yantra Robotics Competition can help students win a summer internship at IIT Bombay

The competition is conducted completely online over a period of five to six months in a 'learning while competing' mode by the Ministry of Education

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UP engineering student arrested for duping COVID patients requiring oxygen, ICU beds

Deputy Commissioner of Police (North) Anto Alphonse said a case under section 420 (cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property) of the Indian Penal Code was registered 

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Madhya Pradesh to set up two units in government medical colleges to treat black fungus

According to experts, the fungal infection mainly affects people who are on medication that reduce their ability to fight environmental pathogens

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IIT Ropar develops eco-friendly cremation cart to reduce wood consumption

The stainless steel trays on both sides of the cart are for easy ash removal. The cart is equipped with combustion air for primary and secondary hot air systems

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Jaipur schools deny education to students over non-payment of fees even as parents fight COVID in hospitals

Many schools in Jaipur are following the same trend and have blocked the students. Warren Academy has blocked students who have not paid fees for the running quarter which include April, May and June

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Goa gets first lot of 32,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses for 18-44 age group

D'Sa clarified that the vaccines will be provided only after online booking through the dedicated portals

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UPSC postpones civil services preliminary exam from June 27 to Oct 10. All you need to know

The commission conducts civil services examination annually in three stages — preliminary, main and interview

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National Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation recommends 12-16 week gap between Covishield doses, no change for Covaxin

These recommendations will be sent to NEGVA — the National Expert Group on Vaccine Administration - for approval before the changes and suggestions are implemented

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Working from home? Your data might be at risk. US report finds massive spike in hacking this year

The report showed that with an unprecedented number of people working remotely, phishing and ransomware attacks increased by 11 per cent and 6 per cent respectively

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Release academics, activists arrested for Bhima Koregaon violence on interim bail, kin ask Thackeray

Recently, Hany Babu's wife and professor Jenny Rowena had spoken to EdexLive about a severe eye infection affecting Babu's vision

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UP CM Yogi Adityanath visits Aligarh Muslim University after close to 40 faculty deaths

Adityanath will travel to Agra and Mathura later in the day to review the COVID situation there. He will hold meetings with district officials and issue necessary instructions

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This Nepali guide climbed Everest twice in one season and that's a world record

Sherpa first reached the top of the mountain in the evening of May 7 as a member of a rope-fixing team, and then performed the feat again on the morning of May 11

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Delaying the second vaccine dose for COVID in people below 65 may cut deaths, says a new study

If these conditions apply, the strategy could prevent between 47 and 26 deaths per 100,000 people, respectively, the study noted

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Schools push education minister to postpone SSLC exams as COVID cases rise in Karnataka

SSLC exams are scheduled to happen from June 14 to June 25. While PUC 2 and CET exams gave been postponed, there is no news about postponement of SSLC exams yet

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COVID cases in India will decline by May 23, shows Cambridge Judge Business School tracker

Cases will continue to increase over the next two weeks in Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Odisha, Puducherry, Punjab, Tamil Nadu and Tripura

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This engineering college in TN just opened up their repository of 8,000+ research papers for anyone to use for free

Students, researchers from across the spectrum can now have access to the institute's entire arsenal of published works through its new, open-access online repository

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In a heartening gesture, Delhi Police reunites 5-year-old girl with family within 24 hrs

All the staff at South Delhi's Kotla Mubarakpur police station put every possible effort both physically as well as through social media to search the parents of the girl

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How religious and political gathering caused a scary COVID resurgence in India

India on Thursday reported 3,62,727 new Covid cases and 4,120 fatalities, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said

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IIT Kharagpur suspends professor who used foul language and made casteist remarks at her students

While the incident had happened towards the end of April, the suspension was finalised after a fact-finding committee of the IIT submitted its report

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HC asks Maharashtra govt about steps taken to care for COVID-19 affected children

Experts cautioned the nation to brace for the third wave of the pandemic, in which children might be most vulnerable

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UCMS Teachers' Association seeks martyr status for healthcare workers who died of COVID-19

The letter addressed to CM Kejriwal stated that it was the state's responsibility to honour the sacrifices of the healthcare professionals

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This Sonu is no Sood but an ambulance driver who's helping people across Kolkata get access to beds, oxygen

Sonu says that he has always been keen to help others and most of it comes from the hardships he had to face while growing up

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Study finds that online therapy is beneficial for young people with social anxiety disorder

Social anxiety disorder can cause considerable suffering in children and adolescents and, for many with the disorder, access to effective treatment is limited

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#ThrowbackToday: The strange case of how the table knife came to be about four centuries ago today

In today's #TBT, you'll never guess what we want to talk to you about today. Table knives and their journey through the years. You see, it all started with one Cardinal on one fine day in France...

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JNU reconvenes Delhi HC-mandated virtual meeting with SDM, teacher alleges VC muted her, didn't let her speak

Dr Moushumi Basu said that the meeting saw Dr Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar in a more active role than in the morning but also alleged that she was not allowed to complete her statement

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Government-run medical college teachers in Gujarat go on strike, want their demands met

GMTA is demanding higher non-practising allowance for teachers as per the 7th Pay Commission recommendations and abolition of contractual appointments

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Why Kolkata's Presidency University students are asking for postponement of internal exams amid COVID-19 pandemic

The students said that many of their classmates are affected by the virus and wouldn't be possible for them to sit for the exams

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OYO employees will now work for four days a week, go on infinite paid leaves

Agarwal in a tweet noted that "COVID-19 continues to test the physical and mental well-being of people. One thing that truly matters is having more time for our loved ones and ourselves"

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Uncertainty over Class 12 Board exams in West Bengal as COVID cases continue to rise

The council had in April said exams for Class 12 students, in a departure from the norm, would be held at their respective schools this year

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Cabinet approves of MoU between ICAI and Qatar Financial Centre Authority to strengthen entrepreneurship

The MoU will endeavour to increase opportunities for ICAI members to provide professional services in Qatar in the areas of assurance and auditing, advisory, taxation and other financial services

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COVID caused a 3 per cent decline in job postings in April, says Monster report

Job postings in advertising, market research, public relations (PR) in Chennai and Hyderabad noted more than 50 per cent year-on-year growth

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Karnataka postpones CET exams from July to August. New dates here 

According to the KEA, the exams were scheduled to be held on July 7, 8 and 9, 2021. Now the CET exams have been postponed to August 28, 29 and 30, 2021

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Jamia Teachers' Association urges VC to build hospital following COVID deaths

According to the Jamia Teachers' Association (JTA), four serving teachers have lost their lives in the Coronavirus pandemic, besides a number of non-teaching staff and retired teachers

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Where is Amit Shah? NSUI files a missing persons complaint with Delhi Police 

Upon filing the complaint, the NSUI said that while the country is facing a deadly pandemic, the Home Minister is missing  

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These Mumbai students created a COVID resource tracker that shows leads on beds, oxygen across 13 states

The tracker created by seven students includes updated information on plasma donations, oxygen tanks and availability of hospital beds in 13 pandemic-hit states in India

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No, UGC did not order students to be promoted without writing exams in May 2021

In view of the news circulating in print and digital media, it is clarified that UGC has not yet issued any guidelines on examination recently, the UGC wrote in its notification

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Government taking steps to ramp up availability of medicines to treat Black Fungus

Doctors have raised an alarm about Black Fungus which can turn dangerous if left untreated, amid reports of re-emergence of the rare deadly fungal infection among COVID patients

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Nurses play a vital role in the COVID-19 battle: Puducherry Lieutenant Governor

The Lt Governor reiterated her plea to the youth to be wary of the second wave of the pandemic as it is more virulent and attacks the youth more than the others

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Now, get a BBA, MBA degree online on Bharathidasan University's new portal

The students opting for the courses will be able to appear for remotely proctored exams on the portal. They will be taught through live sessions

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PIL in Delhi HC seeks sufficient infrastructure for dead bodies of COVID-infected patients

The hearing was scheduled to be held on Wednesday but the concerned bench of the Delhi High Court didn't assemble so the matter adjourned for the next date of hearing

Their helplines are open now

These Kerala students helped nearly 600 older people get registered on CoWIN for their vax shot. Here's how

Four volunteers of an organisation Dhisha have helped around 160 people get vaccinated in Kerala. Here's how

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COVID-19: Assam HSEC cancels examinations for its first-year students 

As per the official announcement, the decision to cancel the Assam HS 1st Year Exam 2021 has been taken by the state government and the AHSEC in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic

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Assistant registrar at IIT Kanpur commits suicide after toddler tested COVID positive, police suspect depression

The deceased was reportedly depressed. His family said his younger son, who is just one and a half years old, had tested COVID positive and hence Surjeet's depression had deepened

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DU's Hansraj College sets up RT-PCR test centre on campus, wishes to start a 100-bed health facility

The principal had also sought the setting up of a vaccination centre at the college for administering Covishield vaccine to university staffers

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Uttarakhand Board Class 10,12 exam to be conducted from May 4 to 22

According to the schedule announced, the Uttarakhand Class 1 and 12 examinations are scheduled to be conducted from May 4 to 22, 2021

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Did JNU violate Delhi HC order by not inviting magistrates to meeting on COVID-19 care setup on campus?

Justice Prathiba M Singh had asked the Registrar to immediately give instructions to the counsel, and file a status report and convene two meetings


AMU reeling under COVID: MP Danish Ali urges PM to send central team to help combat 'virus variant' on campus

AMU needs an immediate visit by a central team from the Ministry of Health and the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) to assess the situation on the spot and take action without any delay

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B1617 variant of the Coronavirus, first found in India, now detected in 44 countries: WHO

India reported 3,29,942 new COVID-19 cases, and 3,876 deaths in the last 24 hours, the Union Health Ministry said

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This Psychology student’s Instagram page is the dose of positive mental health reinforcement we need during COVID. Check it out! 

Adiba Mansoor Sait is using every aspect of Instagram, from Reels to Stories, to help you become woke about mental health

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People living with HIV have a higher risk of getting sick with or die from COVID, research finds

The study led by Pennsylvania State University researchers found that people living with HIV had a 24 per cent higher risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection

Pubarun Basu

Meet Pubarun Basu, the Kolkata student who is the first Indian to win the Youth Photographer title at Sony World Photography Awards

The winning picture, titled No Escape from Reality, is a story of entrapment told through Pubarun's lens. We find out more

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Jailed DU Prof Hany Babu may be taken to meet a specialist for his eye infection, says his wife

The Delhi University professor has been an undertrial prisoner in the Bhima Koregaon case since July 2020

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These school students are verifying, weeding out offers to help with O2, drugs during their summer vacation 

The Uncut Team set up the Uncut COVID database just two weeks ago to provide verified COVID resources for people across India. We find out more

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What the FAQ: What is the significance of International Nurses Day, why is it celebrated on May 12?

In today's What the FAQ column, we explain the history, significance and the importance of International Nurses Day, celebrated every year on May 12

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ISBF announces upcoming application deadline for their LSE-led programmes in India

Students pursuing Accounting & Finance at ISBF will also be eligible for exemptions in eight out of 13 examinations of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).

Dr Mohammad Ali Hussainy along with the team who shot the short film, Imdaad (Pictures: Pranav Mandole)

Why Imdaad is the short film you need to watch to understand the taboo behind menstruation 

Dr Mohammad Ali Hussainy who is a doctor by profession at the University of Oxford loves to direct  short films on various subjects. His short film Imdaad tackles the subject of menstruation

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Meet Dr Shakthivel from TN's Tirupur, whose Oxygen Pandal is saving lives of the needy

Dr Shakthivel runs a multi-speciality nursing home, "Shakthi Hospital" in the textile capital of South India, Tiruppur for the past several years

SEEDS functions with a network of volunteers

This disaster-response network's young volunteers help people register on CoWIN and get the vax shot across 13 states

Set up in 1994, the Sustainable Environment and Ecological Development Society has been working with communities to respond to major disasters

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Graphic designer Chitra Gopalakrishnan's art installations delve into the realm of identity and culture

Chitra Gopalakrishnan, a Malayali artist based in San Diego, has explored every aspect of identity and culture through her unique brand of graphic design

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Why Deepa Agarwal's book will get you to look at life and validation differently 

We speak to Deepa Agarwal, debut author of The Hangover of Choices — a story about a woman on her deathbed

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Check out the top trending skills in India in April 2021 here!

The highest Topic consumption surges in India for April are - SwiftUI by 179%, Redis by 142% and Software Development by 116%

Children gather in one of the places to listen to Katha Kalarava programme on radio (Pictures: Early Spark Foundation)

This radio show is engaging rural children from Karnataka's villages who have no access to tech 

EarlySpark's Nityanand Channur, speaks about how they are keeping rural kids hooked to the radio through a storytelling programme called Katha Kalarava. This programme has become a hit among kids   

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Instagram gives more space to express gender identity with option to add four pronouns to profile 

It's another way to express yourself on Instagram and the feature is now available in a few countries today with plans for more

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Chennai NGOs use autos as makeshift ambulances to provide oxygen for COVID-19 patients

After being told by various officials of instances of people waiting without oxygen for such beds, she said she started the crowdfunding initiative

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How this 26-year-old pro went on to launch the most fun-filled creative writing courses ever!

The Wandering Raven is a platform for young and budding writers who want to deep dive into the waters of creative writing and emerge as a new person altogether. The courses are as fun as they come

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Chennai Corporation launches oxygen parlours for patients with 90-92 oxygen saturation

Greater Chennai Corporation Commissioner Gagan Singh Bedi has said that the corporation has already ordered oxygen concentrators and 2,700 of them will reach the city soon

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Love Rupi Kaur's poems? Then you will surely love this accessory collection hand-made by two sisters from Hyderabad

Rupi Kaur, her poems and the accompanying illustrations — they all have a separate fan base of their own. And if you like them, then you will certainly like The Mehran Collection's latest offering

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Meditation is no longer nap time with this smart ring developed by Hyderabad-based start-up

Just put on the Dhyana ring, let it sync with the Dhyana app and leave the rest to the duo while you focus on your meditation alone. The results? You'll get them when you're done. Ready to be amazed?

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This docu chronicles the first-ever U-23 Indian Ultimate Frisbee team's journey from playing in alleys to London

Have you heard of the sport ultimate frisbee? These participants made it their passion. Some of the first ones to qualify for the championships and their stories have been captured in the documentary

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Passionate about making your city smart? IIITH has just the right challenge for you

They will find you and then they will help other companies or even the Government of Telangana see the potential in you. This is all that IIIT Hyderabad's Smart City Startup Challenge entails for you

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On International Nurses Day, experts call for nursing education in schools 

Every year May 12 is celebrated as International Nurses Day to remember Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing

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South Australian university reveals plans to manufacture mRNA vaccine with multifold applications

The mRNA vaccines can be produced on a much larger scale than traditional vaccines and can be altered more quickly in response to mutant strains of viruses

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Punjab CM directs finance department to release Rs 60 crore for sports university

He also directed Sports Minister Rana Gurmit Sodhi to set up a three-member committee to coordinate with the PWD for expediting the work on the university

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#ThrowbackToday: How and when the phrase #AtmanirbharBharat started to trend

In today's #TBT, we take you through the journey of the phrase #AtmanirbharBharat and how it almost became a chant. But the pandemic has brought us down to our knees and made us depdent, hasn't it?

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Want to be the next Blockchain unicorn? This course by Digital University Kerala is what your start-up needs

The programme covers key areas like ideating a start-up, basic principles and patterns, business canvas exercises, valuable entrepreneurial concepts over blockchain-focused projects

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Vaccination camp on campus will help divyang students: ABVP writes to JNU VC

The ABVP wrote to the VC asking for a vaccination camp as the second wave has been affecting young Indians as well

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Jammu begins massive 'door-to-door' campaign to isolate patients and curb the spread of COVID

Jammu district tops the COVID fatality chart with a total of 686 deaths till Monday evening with over 300 patients succumbing to the infection in the past three weeks

IAS officer V Irai Anbu who assumed charge as the new Chief Secretary, on Friday paid a courtesy call on Chief Minister MK Stalin at the secretariat (Pic: Express)

Don't buy my books when I am in service: TN Chief Secretary V Irai Anbu tells School Education Dept, govt staff

The Chief Secretary said that to people watching from the outside, it should not appear as if he is pushing his ideas because of the position he holds

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Vaccines, COVID diagnosis effective against the 'double mutant' Indian variant: WHO

The variant first identified in India has been classified as a variant of global concern, with some preliminary studies showing that it spreads more easily

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Indira Canteens in Bengaluru to provide free food to the poor till May 24

Beneficiaries who will receive food packets will have to produce an identity card such as voter identification card/Aadhaar card/driving license/labour department identity card to obtain meals

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Govt teachers in Tamil Nadu to donate whopping Rs 125 Crore for COVID relief. Here's how  

Teachers who are members of various organisations have come forward to donate a day's salary to the CM's relief fund

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Himachal Pradesh Board of School Examinations releases evaluation criteria for Class 10 students. Check details here

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has also activated the link for schools to upload marks of class 10 students

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Calicut university issues memo to teacher who slammed EWS, reservation, much to academics' ire  

K S Madhavan had co-authored an opinion piece in a Malayalam newspaper, where he had criticised the improper implementation of reservations in the universities in Kerala