The results of Let's Debate - Senior Category are here | Edex Live

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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University of Kent study claims that adolescents and older adults lack attention in social situations

The study showed that social attention undergoes age-related change, which has potential implications for how successfully we can interpret social interactions in daily life

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West Bengal postpones Board Exams for Class 10 and 12; revised scheduled to be announced later

Making arrangements for holding the Madhyamik examinations for Class 10 students and the Higher Secondary tests for Class 12 will be difficult during the lockdown period


St. George’s University & Ramaiah Group of Institutions are working together to enable aspiring medical students to obtain an internationally recognized degree

Both Ramaiah Group and SGU have medical schools with over 40 years of successful teaching and an excellent track record of top-rung medical candidates

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Association of Indian power engineers demands mass vaccination for personnel across the country

AIPEF has written to Modi and Singh requesting all the states be directed to hold mass vaccination camps to cover electricity personnel on top priority basis and be treated as front-line workers.

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Tamil Nadu Health Ministry assures that volunteers will visit 100 houses each to help curb COVID spread

If anyone suffers cough, cold or fever, he or she would be sent to a COVID-testing unit and until the result is declared, they would be kept in one place and be provided food and shelter

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Jammu and Kashmir launches Pneumococcal vaccination programme for children 

The parents of children actively participated in the drive and welcomed the initiative supported by the Government of India under the universal immunisation programme

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PM Narendra Modi on India's COVID-19 strategy: Need door-to-door COVID testing and surveillance in rural India

The Prime Minister asked for guidelines to be made available in easy language along with illustrations for home isolation and treatment in rural areas

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How Shruti Tharayil's workshops will help us find food, medicine in all the 'forgotten' plants that grow around us

Kerala-based Shruti Tharayil knows a lot about wild plants, information which she has pain-stackingly gathered over the years. And now, she is willing to share them with you as well. Here's how

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Instagram will soon let you post from your laptop. Here's how it will work

The interface has been tweaked with a preview of the content next to the publishing options. Users will also find options to crop the image, apply filters and set a description

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After date extension, students can now register for the LSAT-India 2021 exam until May 16, exams to be held from May 29

To help students prepare for the LSAT—India exam, LSAC Global also launched a new service earlier this year – LSAC LawPrepsm - a digital learning platform

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What the FAQ: What is the  purpose of the Sputnik 1 satelite? When was it launched?

In our today's, What the FAQ, we write about Earth's first artificial satellite, Sputnik 1, who worked for it and when it was launched   

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We need help now: After several colleagues lose battle to COVID-19, DU profs ask VC for COVID emergency fund

The professors want a fund for the ad-hoc teachers and guest faculty along with long term changes that will improve working conditions

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West Bengal Govt announces complete week-long lockdown from May 16-30 to curb COVID spread

During this period, all government and private offices, shopping complexes, malls, bars, sports complexes, pubs and beauty parlours will remain closed

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After WHO, now NITI Aayog lauds Yogi Adityanath for COVID-19 management in UP

Due to the rapid pace of the infection during the second wave, Yogi Adityanath formed 'Team 9' instead of 'Team 11' and decentralised rights and accountability over COVID-19

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Does India need stricter action as WhatsApp privacy policy goes live today?

Giving an interim solace for those who do not accept the new policy, WhatsApp has said that its users will not immediately lose their accounts or face curtailed functionalities on the platform

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Delhi Govt will now deliver oxygen concentrator banks right to your doorstep in just 2 hours

Delhi Chief Minister added that a team of doctors will be in touch with patients till their recovery and they will even be admitted to hospitals if required

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India's vaccination count crosses 18 crore mark today, says Health Ministry

These vaccine doses include 96,27,650 Healthcare Workers (HCWs) who have taken the first dose and 66,22,040 HCWs who have been administered the second dose

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How these UPSC aspirants set up a platform to help their successors crack the exams with surmised study plans  

Examarly has monthly plans starting from a month, to three, six and then 12 and students can opt for any or even take up a combination of plans. We find out how it helps 

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Will you choose profit or people? How the pandemic has caused us to rethink our priorities

The pandemic has caused us to rethink our priorities. The Coach lists out why people must always come before profit of any kind

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Welcome to Reason: Zoom calls need to be attended with caution as important meetings shift online amid COVID

So, Zoom calls need to be attended with caution, especially at a time when important work meetings and discussions have gone online, much like everything else

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E-Canteen Fundas: Here's how to stay in the present and not imagine situations you can't handle

Pro Tip: Stay in the present. Don’t imagine situations you can’t handle. Cut out scary news and take the rest as it comes

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English Blues: Here are a few grammar rules that we can now violate, find out how

In Modern English, the plural pronoun ‘their’ can be used as a gender-neutral singular pronoun instead of ‘he/she’ and ‘they’ can be used to represent a singular antecedent that is gender-neutral

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PU non-teaching staff write to VC seeking to set up temporary COVID wards on campus citing bed shortage in Pondy

The non-teaching staff also requested that employees at the varsity and their families are also allowed treatment in the temporary COVID-care centres

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Give options on exam mode to each final-year UG student: Why SFI's demands of DU are a tall order 

While the reasons behind demands of cancellation remain the same SFI's demands for multiple choice on assessment mode is unique

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Reunite with F.R.I.E.N.D.S after COVID final season: Mumbai Police's witty spin to spread virus awareness

Previously they have tweeted with stills and dialogues from films like "Uri: The Surgical Strike", "Gulabo Sitabo", "Main Hoon Na" and "Stree" among many others for the purpose

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Meet 15-year-old Manasi Patil whose detective story can give Nancy Drew a run for her money

She waited till Nancy Drew's birthday to release her third book. Need we say anything more? That's how passionate Manasi Patil is about reading and writing an enrapturing teen detective mystery novel

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US scientists decode genes linked with high chances of contracting and developing severe COVID

DNA is a big, complex molecule and so, genetic associations alone cannot pinpoint the exact gene responsible for COVID-19

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Edu Min Pokhriyal to hold virtual meeting with state education secys on May 17 to discuss COVID impact on education

In the virtual meeting, the minister will also review the promotion of online education and implementation of the New Education policy

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Over 3.26 lakh new COVID-19 cases, 3,890 deaths in India in the last 24 hours, says Union Health Ministry

In the past 23 days, India's daily COVID tally has plateaued over the three-lakh mark and over 3,000 casualties for 17 days

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University of California drops SAT scores for admission as activists argue it is discriminatory to low-income students

Activists have long argued that standardised tests put minority and low-income students at a disadvantage

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This Bengaluru doc drives his car-turned-clinic across town treating COVID patients who Whatsapp him for help 

We speak to Dr Sunil Hebbi who has given timelly treatment to over 300 patients with mild COVID symptoms and most of them have recovered 

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#ThrowbackToday: When the world said, 'Hi, Mickey Mouse', for the first time

In today's #TBT, we take you back to 1928, when the idea of Mickey Mouse first dawned on animator extraordinaire Walt Disney. Though the mouse had a bumpy start, he was successful eventually...

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We don't have any choice: Over 400 students from St Stephen's College write to DU VC to cancel semester exams

The letter said that the students of St Stephen's College are deeply distressed as a lot of the students along with their family members are infected by the virus

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ABVP to start COVID-19 screening in 100 Delhi slums from May 16, asks 'neutral' students to join in

The ABVP plans to screen the people living in these 100 slums and if someone shows symptoms they would be encouraged to go get tested

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Pending for months, will CSIR disburse fellowship stipends to India's researchers anytime soon?

Since the beginning of 2021, the researchers have been complaining about how they haven't been paid their fellowship stipends for months

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Centre to supply 192 lakh vaccine doses to states, UTs from May 16-31

The announcement came when India's cumulative figures of vaccine doses administered till Thursday touched nearly 18 crore (17.93 crore)

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COVID-infected newborn recovers fully after 10 days on ventilator in Bhubaneshwar

According to Dr Arjit Mohapatra, the neonatologist who treated the infant said she was discharged from the hospital on Wednesday after a three-week-long battle with the deadly disease

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North Carolina researchers develop 3D-printed jelly. Here's all that you should know about it

The findings could have applications in biomedical materials - think of biological scaffolds for growing cells - and soft robotics

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How did COVID-19 originate? Scientists call for investigation 

The team of researchers lauded the efforts of scientists in understanding SARS-CoV-2 -- its transmission, pathogenesis, and mitigation by vaccines, therapeutics, and non-pharmaceutical interventions

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After a two-week delay, Goa will finally start vaccinating people between 18 and 44 

Sawant also said that workers employed in the state's pharmaceutical sector and involved in supply of medicines would be considered as frontline workers the fight against COVID 

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These members of the JNU Students' Union are no longer students of the university! Here's how

The last JNU Students' Union elections were held in 2019. A few months later, the country went under a lockdown

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Delhi Govt to take up cost of raising and educating children who lost parents: CM Kejriwal 

Addressing a digital press conference, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said in the last few weeks, many children have lost their parents and several senior citizen have lost their children

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Where are PM Modi and his ministers? NSUI files missing person report with Delhi Police

In his complaint, Kariyappa alleged that all these BJP leaders were last seen during the Assembly elections in West Bengal

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Ready for Battlegrounds Mobile? You can now pre-register for PUBG's Indian version from May 18

Krafton's brand new game will launch as a free-to-play experience on mobile devices. It will be available exclusively to play in India only

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Two Kochi-based start-ups bag top prize at Appathon national innovation challenge 

Doorward Technologies, which connects distributors with village shops, bagged the first prize, from the selected 27 start-ups

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Koo to raise millions of dollars in funds over the next 3-4 months, says Co-founder

Koo had unveiled its new logo on Thursday. The new logo is a continuation of the yellow bird but with a fresh new look

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Recoveries outnumber new COVID-19 cases for third time in four days, says Union Health Ministry

The daily positivity rate slightly declined to 20.08 per cent, the ministry said. India's total active caseload has decreased to 37,04,893 and now comprises 15.41 per cent of the country's total case

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More blue ticks? Twitter may reopen public account verification requests from next week

Twitter will ask whether your account is of an activist, a company, entertainment group, government official, journalist/or professional sports entity

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COVID-19: Russian vaccine Sputnik V to be priced at Rs 995 per dose, first dose administered in Hyderabad 

Sputnik V uses two different vectors for the two shots in a course of vaccination. Its efficacy was determined to be 91.6 per cent as per a published article in the medical journal Lancet

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Goa will vaccinate differently-abled people on priority: CM Pramod Sawant

Earlier on Thursday, he said the state will start the third phase of the COVID vaccination drive for people in the age group 18-45 years from May 15

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Getting a dental procedure done won't increase your risk of contracting COVID, suggest study

Even when low levels of the SARS-CoV-2 virus were detected in the saliva of asymptomatic patients, the aerosols generated during their procedures showed no signs of the Coronavirus

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UP Biodiversity Board to release a coffee table book on heritage trees in the state

The state government has accorded the status of heritage trees to 943 trees in the state. Close to 130 heritage trees out of the total 943 have been shortlisted by the board

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No decision on Class 12 Board examinations yet, says senior CBSE official

The Board had on April 14 announced the cancellation of Class 10 exams and postponed Class 12 exams in view of the surge in COVID-19 cases

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Viral load in Hyderabad lakes served as an early warning signal of impending COVID waves, says new study

In addition to Hussain Sagar, the group of researchers has identified some more lakes in the city vicinity, the waters of which, contain the virus

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Govt working in war-footing mode to fight second wave of COVID, will still win battle: PM Modi

The government is setting up oxygen plants, he stated. Further, he asked the states government to crack down on black-marketing of medicines and oxygen cylinders

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This Karnataka environmentalist's unique seed masks once discarded will grow into a plant. Here's how

Nitin Vas, who firmly believes in the Swadeshi model of Gandhiji, wanted to do something to help the environment. We spoke to him about the unique seed masks he created

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Kerala teacher donates Rs 1.1 lakh to CMDRF, wants all his students and their kin vaccinated

A few days ago, Viswas, the English Department head of the Government Arts and Science College Kozhinjampara had donated Rs 1.10 lakh to the CMDRF

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On the day of Eid, Hany Babu's family receives news of DU professor testing COVID positive

A few days ago, his family had sought better treatment for Babu for an eye infection, which was apparently affecting his vision

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India should collaborate with other countries to ramp up COVID vaccine capability: US medical adviser Dr Anthony Fauci

Dr Fauci, who is the Director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), is also the chief medical advisor to President Joe Biden

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What the FAQ: How does Bitcoin mining impact the environment? Why did Tesla stop using it?

Cryptocurrency giant Bitcoin’s values plummeted following a statement from Elon Musk about its impact on the environment. Here’s why users are thinking twice about it

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Mixing vax doses from different brands safe, but can present frequent side effects, says new Lancet study

The team examined more than 800 adults aged 50 and over who had received mixed vaccine doses at a four-week interval


This Telangana girl is creating low-cost housing built of sewerage pipes for the poor. Here's how

The 23-year-old, who did engineering from Lovely Professional University (LPU), has designed OPod or micro house built of sewerage pipes, a first of its kind model in India

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ChildFund India to provide COVID-19 aid including medical supplies and vaccination in rural areas

This initiative is a part of the overall response ChildFund India has devised to fight the 2nd wave of COVID-19

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Addressing education gap due to pandemic, Vidyakul provides 80 per cent educational content free to use 

The start-up decided to organise mental stress workshops for students and make them aware of COVID-19 management

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How educated are Puducherry MLAs of 2021?: Nearly 60% are graduates, only two didn't cross Class X

N Rangaswamy, the Chief Minister, is currently down with COVID but is stable and recovering well 

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Retail tech start-up Arzooo launches vaccine slot tracker to combat COVID-19

Any citizen from across India can check the availability and also get notified for next available vaccine slots

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As Kerala witnesses surge in cases, NCC cadets join COVID-19 duty

NCC Cadets of the Senior Division were assigned to man checkposts at key locations, helping efficient management of traffic

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COVID-19 levels in UK drop drastically as health officials review Indian variant

The variant B.1.617.2 is one of three subtypes of the mutation first detected in India and was designated as a VOC by Public Health England

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How educated are Tamil Nadu MLAs of 2021? Around 62% are graduates, 7 have PhDs

DMK Chief MK Stalin was sworn in as CM of Tamil Nadu on May 7. The swearing-in ceremony took place on Friday at 11 am at Raj Bhavan

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#ThrowbackToday: When the last episode of iconic American sitcom Seinfeld aired today in 1998

In today's #TBT, we talk about the popular American sitcom Seinfeld. With this show, it's like, if you know, you know. It is legendary and has set the tone for all sitcoms to come. Here's more on it

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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

Jamia Millia Islamia University

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