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Thousands of miles apart, Indian students in China and parents back home share the same worry  

After the coronavirus outbreak in China, we caught up with a few Indian students and their families in India

Published on 25th January 2020
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Why parents are worried: 20,000 in China, 500 Indian students in epicentre of Coronavirus breakout

Students from India mostly go to China for a medical degree. Most Indian students studying in Wuhan are enrolled in medical universities  

Published on 24th January 2020
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Got a PhD from a CSIR institute? You can't get a job in some NITs. This is why

A few NITs in the country accept candidates for the faculty position, only if they have at least one degree from a CFTI. No CSIR institutes are included in the list of CFTIs

Published on 24th January 2020
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This Indian student escaped China a few days before the coronavirus outbreak — but his brother is still stuck there

China has reported almost 26 coronavirus deaths. 830 people are admitted in various hospitals, after getting infected

Published on 24th January 2020
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Building a house? This Mumbai start-up just created building tiles using polluted air!

The carbon tile has been invented using upcycled carbon and might be an important step in managing carbon emissions. This is the story of how these youngsters made that happen

Published on 24th January 2020
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Coronavirus outbreak: All you need to know about the virus and its impact

A novel coronavirus, identified by Chinese authorities on January 7 and currently named 2019-nCoV, is a new strain that had not been previously identified in humans

Published on 24th January 2020
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How artist Ayushee Ghoshal's latest spoken word slam ties together Sylvia Plath and Sita

Ayushee Ghoshal performed her most powerful piece yet, Patterns, at The Habitat Studios in Mumbai to speak about why toxic patterns need to be broken

Published on 24th January 2020
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Design Beat can train you to use design to bring behavioural changes. Here's how

Panisa Shah, Creative Head of Social Beat speaks about the skills required for an aspiring designer to develop and why one must attend their second edition of Design Beat

Published on 24th January 2020
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It is important to listen to the silent voices of our environment: This award-winning short film tells us why

The theme of the film, A Silent Voice, aligns with the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN and speaks for lakes all around the world

Published on 24th January 2020
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Want your next cake to feel like home? Check out this portal for the latest on the homebakers near you

The website homebakers.co.in also organises masterclasses, competitions and events for home bakers to nurture and sensitise the community 

Published on 24th January 2020
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Two in five millennials feel uncomfortable if they aren't able to check their work email for 3-4 hours

The findings also reveal some interesting insights on how emails affect employee productivity. As many as 63 per cent millennials agreed that long emails hampered their workplace productivity

Published on 24th January 2020
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Students yet to register for new academic year, may do so under older hostel rates: Delhi HC to JNU students

A bench of Justice Rajiv Shakdher also issued notices to MHRD and UGC which were impleaded in the matter

Published on 24th January 2020
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Why Anuja Ghosalkar's Lady Anandi bends storytelling and narrative to explore a woman's role in theatre

The self-styled 'Drama Queen' who gave into her family's tradition of acting speaks about how she decided to use it to understand her role better

Published on 24th January 2020
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MLAs will no longer be part of college governing bodies in Odisha, says Sahoo

Sahoo said the State Government will induct academicians, educationists and persons with experience as the presidents of the governing body of the colleges

Published on 24th January 2020
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Egyptian mummy speaks again after 3,000 years after scientists develop 3D print of his intact vocal chords

The researchers, including those from the University of London in the UK, believe the Egyptian mummy, Nesyamun, lived during the politically volatile reign of pharaoh Ramses XI

Published on 24th January 2020

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