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A green bent of mind: Pratiksha Srivastava's wastewater management solution won her an award from the German Government

The work of a CSIR-IMMT student, Pratiksha Srivastava, has gained global recognition but her journey has just begun

Published on 2nd November 2017
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Principal of a UP residential school suspended after nearly 100 minors fall sick after eating biscuits, no casualties reported

The district magistrate said further action will be initiated against other officials since there have been complaints of the quality of the food here for the past one year

Published on 3rd November 2017
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SFI Shocker: Two Dalit women students go to cops, claim SFI members beat them up for talking with a male friend; called them 'Dalit terrorists' 

The students allege that the fact that they are members of the Ambedkar Student Association is also one of the reasons they were attacked

Published on 1st November 2017
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Nine newborns die at Ahmedabad Civil Hospital in 24 hrs, committee under Deputy Director of Medical Education to probe matter

A senior official said several babies were brought to the hospital from other places since many of the doctors there might still be on their Diwali leave

Published on 29th October 2017
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Meet Ayush, an autistic Zentangle artist who is good at creating hope with just paper, pen and few colours

Ayush Bhambani is a special kid whose works have been received well because he teaches you how to untangle with 'Zen'

Published on 28th October 2017
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Food for thought: Would you prefer to see your beloved teacher hung in school?

Education departments across the world are insisting on hanging teachers photographs in school, but the question is 'Do teachers really consider it an honour?' John B Monteiro talks

Published on 27th October 2017
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Paging Doctor Cool: This MBBS student from SRMC runs a restro cafe in Chennai and we love the way it looks

Jaykiran had always been passionate about food, but he had no idea that his passion would drive him to start a café that’s been stealing the hearts of the youth in Chennai

Published on 16th October 2017
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Canine officers are trained to brave loud crackers even as pups; handlers keep their celebrations in check

The dogs are trained to adapt to loud noises in small doses and are taken to petrol crowded areas, but are also tested for their physical abilities and stabilities before embarking on the job

Published on 20th October 2017
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Keeping up with the careers of the 21st century 

Richa Dwivedi Saklani's debut book The Ultimate Guide to 21st Century Careers aims at familiarising you with emerging jobs

Published on 19th October 2017
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Baby Talk is a real thing! Mothers change voice quality when talking to babies and it helps them learn languages easily

Researchers say that the shift in the timbre of mother's voice helps the toddlers to learn languages quickly beside having several other benefits

Published on 15th October 2017
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Delhi Court asks CBI for report on action taken against ex-AIIMS director following complaints of irregularity 

It is also alleged that the director had not vacated his post as chief of the Trauma Centre even after being appointed as AIIMS director and despite the court calling the arrangement illegal

Published on 15th October 2017
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Science Shocker: Students in Tamil Nadu's Adi Dravidar Welfare Higher Secondary Schools prefer dropping out over studying Science

The schools have had over nine posts vacant since the 1990s further fuelled by a dearth of school staff and basic facilities

Published on 10th October 2017
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Heard of Yoga Doctors? These two Chennai high-schoolers can rock some kickass yoga poses and they want to make a career out of it 

The duo has won the district-level championship in 2016 and 2017. In the 23rd International Yoga Festival, Harris and Geethika won the second and third place respectively. Impressed yet? 

Published on 9th October 2017
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Buffer your sugar because people prefer their bad news served blunt, finds study

Researchers said that while relationship-related news may require a softer approach, physical news is often best delivered direct and unbuffered

Published on 8th October 2017
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This NCC cadet was among the only two girls from Tamil Nadu to be selected to climb the Ladakh Peak

The climb took a lot of preparation, training and 'roughing it out' before the adventure to the summit actually began

Published on 7th October 2017

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