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COVID-19: Gujarat firm makes low-cost ventilators in 10 days, 1000 machines distributed in hospitals

The company has manufactured ventilators which cost around Rs 1 lakh whereas the usual ventilators cost around Rs 6.5 lakhs

Published on 5th April 2020
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International team of researchers issues new guidelines on caring for ICU patients with COVID-19

The panel of 36 experts, with six from McMaster, telescoped what would have been more than a year of work into less than three weeks

Published on 2nd April 2020
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Australian scientists start testing potential COVID-19 vaccines

They are also evaluating the best way to give the vaccine for better protection, including an intra-muscular injection and innovative approaches like a nasal spray

Published on 2nd April 2020
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Puducherry unit of BJP urges govt to bear tuition fee expenses of all govt, pvt school students

BJP state president V Saminathan in a statement said that the government should write off the electricity and water tariff for the next three months as well

Published on 1st April 2020
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US-based university develops hand-held, automatic ventilators to fight coronavirus 

A total of 782,365 COVID-19 cases have been reported across more than 175 countries and territories with 37,582 deaths reported so far, according to Johns Hopkins University data

Published on 31st March 2020
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Why children are vital to slowing the Coronavirus pandemic, explains new study

The commentary from researchers Steven L Zeichner and Andrea T Cruz, published in the journal Pediatrics, revealed a small percentage of infected children become seriously ill

Published on 20th March 2020
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Water Warriors: Bengaluru's SayTrees is saving water by rejuvenating one lake at a time. Here's how

We spoke to SayTrees' founder Kapil Sharma whose passion is to save the environment. He tells us more about the organisation's plans to do so by rejuvenating more lakes in the near future

Published on 16th March 2020
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How this Science Ashram is less about swamis and more about hardcore science geeking!

We speak to Dhruva Rao, co-founder of Science Ashram, to understand how they've been teaching practical Science to students and what led them to start this ashram in the first place

Published on 21st February 2020
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100-year-old Mysore University to have 700 CCTV cameras on 739-acre campus

Though some locations of the campus were already under camera surveillance, they were said to be inadequate considering the size of the campus and new facilities that have come up

Published on 16th February 2020
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World's first Yoga University outside India to now start postgraduate courses in the USA

The Vivekananda Yoga University (VAYU) has established its initial campus in Los Angeles with a budget of USD 5 million.

Published on 16th February 2020
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Forget your diary, have you ever heard of a visual journal? Check this out

Manasa Jagiri's concept is to try and get people to open up about what they're going through and use a combination of words and artforms to document that in a visually appealing way

Published on 12th February 2020
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From MIT to NASA to TEDx, this 12-year-old Hyderabad lad has rocked life after dropping out of school

Hemang Vellore signs up for every session that interests him and has said goodbye to school to be a student of life. He talks about his love for robotics and programming has netted him everything

Published on 5th February 2020
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How a group of kids started a library 10 years ago and put this Karnataka village on the map

The Chagaletty Children's Library is living proof that kids can do wonder. We speak to the youngsters who started the library for children when they were kids themselves which will complete a decade

Published on 5th February 2020
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Why NIT Puducherry is transforming the engineering landscape of the union territory

NIT Puducherry is an autonomous public engineering institute in Karaikal. It is among the 31 National Institutes of Technology of India and is declared as an Institute of National Importance

Published on 1st January 2020
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Raising slogans not enough: What lawyers, activists told CAA-NRC protestors at Jamia

Students present at the programme said that the aim of this gathering was to educate people about the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Register of Citizens

Published on 21st December 2019

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