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No imposition or opposition to languages under NEP: Vice President Venkaiah Naidu

The Vice-President delivered the maiden Smt Rajalakshmi Parthasarathy Memorial Lecture virtually and during it, expressed his happiness with the National Education Policy and highlighted its merits

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Ramayana parayanam not to worship Ram but his qualities: Venkaiah Naidu at PSBB's Dr Rajalakshmi Parthasarathy Memorial lecture 

The Vice President delivered the maiden Smt Rajalakshmi Parthasarathy Memorial Lecture virtually and spoke highly of the late Smt Rajalakshmi Parthasarathy and the impact she has left behind

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Here's why #UPSC_Scam was trending on Twitter and what the UPSC said about it

The hashtag started trending after a tweet by journalist and activist Dilip Mandal. The UPSC results were out on Tuesday

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IIT Hyderabad and British experts to study the impact of antibiotic disposal in India's waterways 

Indian and British experts are joining forces to investigate the impact that is releasing antibiotics from manufacturing plants into India's waterways

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Student from Bharatiya Skill Development University develops UV-E SAFE kit to check COVID-19

A 23-year-old student, K. Goutam Kumar, has developed an UV-E SAFE kit that helps in sanitising money, documents, files and other belongings

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NASA doing away with 'harmful' nicknames for cosmic objects

NASA is examining its use of unofficial terminology for cosmic objects in a bid to do away with insensitive or harmful nicknames

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Will never forget the first time I looked in his eyes: Why Shaaz Jung, the man behind viral black panther photo, will always remember Saya

We spoke to Shaaz Jung, the man behind the lens who captured the majestic black panther, Saya, to know more about his adventures tracking the melanistic leopard

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Sports Authority of India redesigns curriculum for NSNIS diploma courses to meet athletes' needs

Aiming to provide new skills to coaches in line with the evolving needs of athletes, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) has redesigned its curriculum for NSNIS diploma 

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WHO urges Southeast Asia region members to bolster essential health services hit by COVID-19

The World Health Organization on Thursday urged the member nations of its southeast Asia region to maintain essential health services and accelerate resumption of healthcare facilities

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IIIT Hyderabad announces 11th cohort of deeptech and 5th cohort of medtech accelerators

The AVISHKAR & OJAS accelerator programmes at the Centre of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at International Institute of Information Technology-Hyderabad has opened applications for its 11th cohort 

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HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal lays foundation stone for 21st IIM in Himachal Pradesh

The Minister highlighted that the union government has sanctioned an amount of Rs 531.75 crore, out of which Rs 392.51 crores is for construction works

The masks were launched on June 25, World Vitiligo Day

This London designer's Vitiligo masks aim to fight stigma around skin conditions during the COVID pandemic

Saran Kohli's label has created masks representing the skin pigmentation condition to serve as an ice-breaker in conversations about it

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This is why even the Dept of Justice believes in this Mumbai-based LegalTech platform

Presolv360 is committed to resolving commercial disputes online, without it going to court, via their platform which the three founders have been building since three years now. This is their story

A parent writes about dealing with exams in a post-Corona world

Dear kids in the Class of 2020, you are the bravest. Love, a worried mom

This account of the fear, worry and absolute disbelief that the mother of a 17-year-old had as her daughter went out into a pandemic-ridden world and wrote the KEAM exam

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IIT Madras invites applications for the world's first online BSc Degree in Programming and Data Science

The maximum number of applications is limited to 2,50,000. Applications will be closed once it reaches 2,50,000 applications or on 15th September 2020, whichever occurs first

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COVID-19: MBA programmes in the US bearing brunt of the pandemic weeks before classes start

In a survey conducted in the month of July, of 130 business schools by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, 87% said they planned to adopt a mix of on-campus, remote teaching

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Why Instagram took down the compellingly 'violent' historic retellings done by this IIT Bombay student 

Padmasree Murali's illustrations and animated work seek to remind people of the most important chapters of history and our shared culture
 

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The H2O story: How this Kerala NGO has been helping special kids make sense of the pandemic - and keep learning

The Helping Hands Organisation has been working for the past 8 years to rethink the education of autistic children and help them learn daily living skills

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In a mandala of her own: How Amrutha went from civil engineering to drawing mandalas on just about anything 

What are mandalas known for, folks? Peace and meditation. But Amrutha Routhu tells us how she nails perfection and still manages to relax while drawing mandalas. We listen in very keenly to her
 

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#aninchaugust: Why you'll love this miniature art challenge that's full of heart and creativity 

The #aninchaugust challenge asks for minimal time yet will deliver lots of joy to you. We get to the bottom of the trend which was started by two young budding artists who are also architects 

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How Pearl Ganta is using her filmmaking to show us that every child matters 

Pearl Ganta is also the president of Rotary Club Secunderabad and under her leadership, about 300 trees have been planted. They have also adopted two government schools and done many more activities 

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How this Odia talent firm can help you get on the cast or crew of the next big film or hit series 

This start-up ensures that you have the chops to be in the cast or crew of a serial or even a movie. They already have over 6,000 portfolios. We check them out to find out what else are their plans

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This KIIT-incubated start-up will be able to detect COVID when you cough. This is how they got the idea 

EuroForce-IT has a probable solution for fast and cheap COVID testing. We find out what it is and how much time do they think they will take to get it up and running. This is their full story 

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How these three NIFT students' fashion label is an ode to Odisha's traditional artisans 

This brand is not just about business. They value their weavers as their family because they have been to their homes, shared stories and sat down on the same floor, trying to revive handlooms
 

Ethico features the stories of ordinary people

Run by a Mumbai couple, why sustainable lifestyle platform Ethico could bring the wake up call we need 

Ethico was set up by a husband and wife duo who decided to share their own journey towards environmental consciousness and that of countless others

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Government schools in Karnataka's Yadgir district to get smart class facilities 

The Smart Class facilities provided by BEL to the government schools include a 50-inch LED TV, CPU with accessories, green board and LED Lights and more

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This family from Bengaluru is crowdfunding to provide PPE kits for medical interns and final year students 

Government of Karnataka has announced that they will be roping in final year science students and MBBS students to meet the manpower requirement for Covid testing. Around 2,000 students, who took the

Shelves set up by Mishant to store and help the needy

This 13-year-old from Bengaluru is crowd funding to set up refrigerators for the poor

Mishant Jain was inspired watching his grandpa help poor and needy not just in Karnataka but in all the other states of India. He will be installing these refridgerators in 25 different locations

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IISc develops mobile infection testing, reporting labs to collect test samples using RT-PCR onsite

Touted to be the country's first and only bio-safety level 2 plus compliant, the mobile diagnostic lab is approved by the state-run Indian Council he of Medical Research

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Radio Gaga: How this Bengaluru ham radio enthusiast has connected with people in 140 countries without social media 

Madhu Prasad, an amateur radio operator speaks about connecting with several people in different parts of the globe and his amazing radio collection, including one that was used during World War II

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How EcoEdu is giving students the academic brush with nature our colleges and schools so desperately need 

Ulhas Anand, the co-founder of EcoEdu speaks about their activities on nature  that are not just limited to group discussions but include actual field visits that keep the children intrigued

Priyanka Patoli is currently preparing for CET exams

In Priyanka's sights: This visually impaired teacher is determined to clear CET after acing NET, KSET

Priyanka Patoli is a 25-year-old visually-impaired woman who has cleared several competitive exams to become an assistant professor. She speaks about the challenges in accessing the study materials 

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DU, AMU, JNU students' Collective creates a NEP Dictionary to decode their major issues with it

The 52-page Dictionary of National Education Policy 2020 was articulated, edited and designed by the students in just a week from the release of the NEP 2020

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UPSC CSE Results: 197 women qualify out of the total of 829 candidates

In percentage terms, 23.7 per cent of women have qualified the test this time. The results of the 2019 exam were announced on August 4

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TERI, DST develop external shading solutions for windows in residential and commercial buildings

The criterion of design for residential and commercial buildings differs substantially due to differences in activity and occupancy patterns, each design derived through a unique methodology

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Delhi riots: HC seeks police's reply on JNU student Devangana Kalita's bail plea

In all, four cases have been registered against her, including in relation to the northeast Delhi riots earlier this year and violence in old Delhi''s Daryaganj area during protests against the CAA

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Put on a moustache, grow unicorn horns during Zoom video meets with the platform's newest features

One can also set colour filters to turn their video into a black-and-white photo or apply other colours to fill their screen

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This start-up that lets students design and sell T-shirts is now making PPE kits during pandemic 

Chennai-based Crowd Designs crowdsources custom T-shirt designs from students and creates exciting clothing for the college crowd

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Green light for DU's OBE? Delhi HC reserves judgment after varsity dubs online exams 'best methodology'

The online Open Book Examinations of the University of Delhi are scheduled to begin on August 10. The decision had created a lot of hue and cry

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Why Thabalkaran, a film about a superhuman postman in the Nilgiris is heartwarming

Arjun Krishna, Arjun Davies and Anand Rama Krishnan's film about postman D Sivan is part awe-inspiring but absolutely picturesque

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Scared me more than COVID: A Kashmiri medical student talks about how one year of lockdown has affected him

The lockdown that was imposed in Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, 2019, was not the same as the COVID lockdown. A young Kashmiri student tells us how

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ISB to help AP with post-COVID economic recovery and job creation in the state

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in this regard was signed between the government of Andhra Pradesh through the AP Economic Development Board and the leading business school

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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Indian parents bring stranded kids back to UAE via the US

Parents are running out of options and are now taking "drastic measures" to be reunited with their kids. Inspired by pthers, more parents are opting for the route

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WhatsApp rolls out the ability to cross-check forwarded messages

The company didn't reveal when the feature would be available for users in India but one can expect the rollout to happen soon

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After 13 years, Naga candidate Richard Yanthan clears CSE examination

He advised the civil service aspirants in the state to be focused and maintain consistency in their pursuit of dreams with hard work and determination

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This duo developed Chennai-inspired Instagram filters that have gone viral 

Thirupurasundari Sevvel and Mohammad Rafiq from Nam Veedu Nam Oor Nam Kadhai have used heritage sites in Chennai as filters to raise awareness

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Delhi HC says DU students can submit answers via university portal or email it, but cannot re-take offline exams later

The Delhi High Court was hearing a petition against the university's decision to conduct online Open Book Examinations, in the wake of the pandemic

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Why Aum Janakiram decided to create his own music through his one-man band

Aum Janakiram has now fashioned himself as a one-man band and is using technology to put a COVID spin to classic tunes  

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Now named after J Jayalalithaa, how this varsity is taking learning traditional music and dance to the next level

The Tamil Nadu Dr J Jayalalithaa Music and Fine Arts University is a government-aided school to learn dance, art and much more

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Tamil, Malayalam, Bengali have a huge proportion of Sanskrit, says Subramanian Swamy as 3-language debate rages on

Over a period of time, if Hindi becomes more and more Sanskritised, as is required under the Constitution, Dr Subramanian Swamy added

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COVID has shown us why we definitely need the NEP to make India Aatmanirbhar

In India, the teaching profession is considered to be a not-so-hectic job, as there is an absence of a system which trains and evaluates a teacher. That should change on priority

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Ayodhya all decked up for bhumi pujan ceremony at the Ram Janmabhoomi site

Unlike other small temples, Hanumangarhi, the largest temple in Ayodhya has been decorated as the Prime Minister will pay a visit here ahead of the bhumi pujan ceremony

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Disney scraps theatrical release for 'Mulan', film to debut on Disney Plus now 

Directed by Niki Caro, the adventure epic was previously scheduled to release on August 21, after being pushed from March to July in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic

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52,509 fresh infections push India's COVID-19 tally to 19,08,254, death toll climbs to 39,795 

According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), a cumulative total of 2,14,84,402 samples have been tested up to August 4 with 6,19,652 samples being tested on Tuesday

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Coming of Ram Rajya means the implementation of the Indian Constitution: Subramanian Swamy

Swamy was in conversation with TNIE Editorial Director Prabhu Chawla, Prof Kapil Kapoor, Chairman, Indian Institute of Advanced Studies and Dr Kuldeep Ratnoo, Director, India Policy Foundation

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You need to learn the Brahmin 'Sanskar' to become a true Brahmin: Subramanian Swamy

Subramanian Swamy also spoke about the building of the Ram Mandir finally and how he is not offended even after not being invited for the Bhoomi Puja

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Ramrajya will teach Americans to give up their pursuit of happiness and pleasure: Subramanian Swamy

India was the richest country in the world until 1750, and that's why people from abroad came to loot us, added Swamy on TNIE's webinar

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If I go it won't be good for those 'on stage': Subramanian Swamy on why he won't be at the Ram Mandir Bhoomi Puja 

The message the Bhoomi Pujan will deliver is that India is a continuing civilisation and those who will try to disrupt it will not succeed, added Swamy

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Subramanian Swamy: Ambedkar was the finest Ram Bhakt and spokesperson of Hindutva

Ambedkar was the most articulate spokesperson of Hindutva but Nehru made him bitter over the years. I respect him a lot, added Swamy on TNIE's e-expressions

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Delhi HC probes DU's exam preparedness, the fate of online exams to be decided on August 5

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday said that it will next hear the petition challenging the OBE on August 5. The exams are scheduled to begin from August 10

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Why is #TNStudentsWantNEP trending on Twitter after TN CM says no to NEP's three language policy?

The unveiling of the new NEP has triggered emotional debates, after a long gap of 53 years, over the same subject in Tamil Nadu

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I want to perform on stage with Taylor Swift: Why you'll love Mallika Mehta's music and lyrics

Mallika Mehta's musical journey has been quite interesting — from Berklee to NYU, she was trained by experts and that shows. She tells us about her upbringing, what songs she likes to sing and more

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JNU gets Rs 455 crore funding to construct new academic buildings, research centres much to JNUTA's displeasure

The ERP will ensure that all academic and administrative processes are totally operated using online means and in an integrated manner 

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Indian researchers show how Covid-19 PPE can turn into biofuel

The research from the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) in Uttarakhand shows how billions of items of disposable PPE can be converted from its polypropylene (plastic) state into biofue

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Child sleep problems can lead to impaired academic and psychosocial functioning

The findings, which were published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, suggest health care providers should screen children for sleep problems at every age and intervene early

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Defence Ministry wants IIT Kanpur to develop AI, ML techniques to identify the cause and nature of public grievances

The MoU envisages IIT Kanpur to develop Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) techniques to conduct an exploratory and predictive analysis of public grievances

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UPSC 2019 Results: Of 829 selected, 9.4% EWS, 28% OBC, 15.6% SC and 8% ST

While 829 students cleared the exam, there are 927 vacancies reported by the Government to be filled

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This visually-impaired Mumbaikar is giving financial lessons to the disabled. Here's why it's awesome

Rahul Kelapure came to Mumbai after Class XII for better opportunities and accessibility. Now, he is ensuring that he gives back to the society what it gave him in equal measure. This is his story

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No entry to Ram Temple without Corona-negative certificate for Ayodhya invitees on August 5

Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Maurya, who is among the invitees, said on Tuesday that he would get his corona test done as required

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IIT Bombay to oversee smog tower project in Delhi: Centre to Supreme Court

In the previous hearing on the matter the top court had hinted that it would initiate contempt proceedings against IIT Bombay if they backed out of the smog tower project

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UPSC 2019: 829 candidates qualify Civil Services exams, Pradeep Singh tops, Pratibha Verma first among women

Pradeep Singh, Jatin Kishore and Pratibha Verma secured the first, second and third positions respectively, the Commission said without sharing further details of the toppers

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You can now study in Israel as the country opens its borders to international students following COVID restrictions

The Council of Higher Education, Israel announced that the country has opened its borders to international students from July 22, 2020

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Union Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal to inaugurate global two-day conference on transforming varsities impacted by COVID-19

This conference comes right after the launch of the National Education Policy 2020 which aims to reimagine and transform the future of education and universities of India

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US virologists claim to have identified potential COVID-19 treatment

The research team has been using the National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants to develop antiviral drugs to treat MERS and human norovirus infections

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Welcome news that foreign universities may establish campuses in India, says US

Internationaliation of education will be facilitated through both institutional collaborations, and student and faculty mobility and allowing entry of top Universities to open campuses in India

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Aligarh Muslim University puts fighter plane gifted by IAF listed for sale

As soon as this was known, the AMU administration swung into action and the ad was removed after some time. The fighter plane was retired after being in the Indian Air Force for nearly 28 years

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US teen who executed Twitter hack owns Rs 22.5 crore worth Bitcoin

According to Tampa Bay Times, the Tampa teen made his first court appearance over the weekend and described in "greater detail how they say he pulled it off"

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DU's Ambedkar Ganguly hostel fires 19 of its sanitation workers, allegedly without prior notice

The sanitation workers had previously issued a statement which said that the administration had ceased paying their salaries amid the pandemic  

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I am ok: What keeps DU professor Hany Babu's family going, after shock raid on home on Sunday

The house of Delhi University professor Dr Hany Babu MT was raided on Sunday, when only his wife and daughter were present

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Just a girl who travels: How this 32-year-old digital nomad gave up her job, her home to explore the world

Shivya Nath tells us about her innumerable adventures as she travels around the world solo, blogs about it and even has written a book on

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China accuses US of 'monitoring, harassing and willfully detaining' Chinese students, researchers

Wang said China had no intention of helping Juan Tang escape the country, but did not otherwise comment directly on the accusations against her

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This video conferencing and web streaming app is a solution purely made in India for Indians

The other two are 'Lauk classroom' a video conferencing platform for educators and 'Lauk Studio' for live streaming, webinars, and other services

Delhi University was one of the first universities in the country to announce online examinations

On Friendship day, lawyer asks DU students to find circulars on exam cancellations. His inbox gets flooded before hearing

Akash Sinha and Saket Shubham are representing the Delhi University students in their petition against the online open-book examinations

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Delhi HC allows PG students at MAIDS to submit their thesis by Sept 30 with late fee

The High Court was hearing a petition filed by the students of Master of Dental Sciences PG Programme at the MAIDS seeking directions to seeking an extension of time for submitting their thesis

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Why self-study is essential for inculcating the habit of finding answers 

Self-learning is probably the single most important skill for a successful life. Regardless of whatever hallowed portals one has studied in, one will never know everything one has to

Central monitoring at hospital, care centre, or remote location

IIT Madras' first-of-its-kind device can remotely monitor a patient's temperature, oxygen saturation and more

The core technology was validated by a year-long multi-centric study at various Chennai-based medical institutions for the accuracy and performance with reference to current standards

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Parents in the US struggle as schools reopen amid coronavirus surge

Parents in Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee are among those who will be the first to navigate the new academic year as schools open up in parts of those states this week

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Elderly man in Chhattisgarh arrested for sexually assaulting five minor girls 

The accused allegedly committed the offence for three days - from July 28 to July 30 - at a village under Arjunda police station limits and the victims' parents reported it to police on Saturday

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Meet the Kerala policeman who treks for hours to teach tribal kids in an isolated hamlet twice a week, during lockdown

Kalloopara now has a temporary school where online classes are held, thanks to the Vithura Sub Inspector K S Sudheesh. This is the heartwarming story of how it came to be

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Meet the 17-year-old Kashmir boy who developed a file-sharing app after the ban on Chinese apps

The 'Dodo Drop' application, developed by Ashfaq Mehmood Choudhary from Chattyear of Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district, is an alternative to the Chinese 'SHAREit' app, which was banned recently

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Tamil Nadu will never allow three-language policy: CM Edappadi K Palaniswami on NEP 2020

Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami appealed to PM Modi to allow states to implement their own language policy

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Serum Institute gets DCGI nod for clinical trials of Oxford vaccine

The vaccine candidate is in the midst of Phase II and III clinical trials in the UK, Phase III trials in Brazil, and Phase I and II clinical trials in South Africa

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This fashion school's online classes on Instagram are taught by a Hindi-speaking Steve Jobs, Indianised Einstein

Pearl Academy's new eight-week-long module on Instagram focuses on bringing back creative geniuses from the past like Frida Kahlo, Albert Einstein and more to teach students about art history, design

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NSNIS Patiala and CSS-SRIHER, Chennai, launch courses in sports physiotherapy, sports nutrition 

It was a part of an MOU signed between the two institutes to launch these certificate courses in sports science which will give an opportunity to young qualified professionals to further specialise

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Youth-run Literacy Helping Hands believes in levelling the playing field for all students. This is how

Hyderabad-based Literacy Helping Hand has seven full-time members and about 300 active volunteers in their network. This is how they ensure that their work is carried out in the manner intended to

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Looking for online courses in Telugu? Your search ends here. Check out Sai Ramesh's website

Encompassing his decade-plus years of experience as a teacher, Vijayawada-based Sai Ramesh has devised an online course portal for the Telugu-speaking audience. We find out more about him in a chat

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How NGOs and Telangana's cops are making cyberspace safer for women and children 

The Women Safety Wing is doing these activities in association with the Legal Aid Centre, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. They are, indeed, coming up with new ways to keep the youth engaged 
 

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This is how Snigdha Mutha quit her job to tell children stories that they can learn from

Snigdha Mutha knows exactly how to weave a story that captivates toddlers. How? She is a seasoned teacher, that's how. We find out how she is putting this skill to good use via her online workshops  

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How Vijayawada music community UnFlugged has brought everyday peeps and musicians together to create 'cover' magic

"Anyone is welcome to bring any musical creativity to our community and jam with us," says Sri Ram Suravarapu, perfectly describing the ethos of the community that is open to all musicians always