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People living with HIV have a higher risk of getting sick with or die from COVID, research finds

The study led by Pennsylvania State University researchers found that people living with HIV had a 24 per cent higher risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection

Published on 12th May 2021
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Meet Dr Shakthivel from TN's Tirupur, whose Oxygen Pandal is saving lives of the needy

Dr Shakthivel runs a multi-speciality nursing home, "Shakthi Hospital" in the textile capital of South India, Tiruppur for the past several years

Published on 12th May 2021
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Govt school teacher in UP suspended for campaigning in favour of poll candidate

Basic Education Officer, Ballia, Shivnarayan Singh said Rupesh Kumar Dubey, a teacher posted at a primary school in Bansdih, was suspended with immediate effect

Published on 24th April 2021
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Meet Dr Shahwar Kazmi, who never let his humble beginnings stop him from achieving his medical dreams

Dr Shahwar Kazmi has volunteered with Doctors Without Borders to help HIV patients with Kala Azar. He also researched with WHO and ICMR and it's far from over

Published on 23rd April 2021
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SNU VC Sriman Bhattacharyya: Institutes set up by corporates have the capability to go further than other institutions

We speak to Sriman Kumar Bhattacharyya, the founding Vice-Chancellor of Shiv Nadar University, Chennai about what he plans for the institution going forward

Published on 21st April 2021
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Shiv Sena appeals to Pokhriyal to take uniform decision on Board exams across the country amid COVID

A unilateral decision by any state would lead to students of that state being at a disadvantage in terms of career and opportunities, Shiv Sena's chief spokesperson Arvind Sawant said in a letter

Published on 11th April 2021
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IISc researchers develop artificial enzymes to block HIV reactivation

The study, published in EMBO Molecular Medicine, was led by Amit Singh, Associate Professor and Senior Fellow, Wellcome Trust-DBT India Alliance

Published on 2nd April 2021
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Vax-induced antibodies may be less effective against new COVID variants

The team used their experience measuring HIV neutralizing antibodies to create similar assays for Covid-19, comparing how well the antibodies worked against the original strain versus the new variants

Published on 13th March 2021
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Aurangzeb gave grants to rebuild Hindu temples: NCERT slammed with legal notice for Class 12 textbook claim

Earlier, an RTI filed in 2020 by another activist named Shivank Sharma had asked the NCERT about factual evidence backing the claim

Published on 8th March 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: Back in 2013 today, two-year-old 'Mississippi baby' cured of AIDS, only to relapse next year

In today's #TBT, we recount how Mississippi baby was born to an HIV-positive mother and how she was 'cured' of AIDS, for a short while at least. It is surely a tragic tale that once gave hope to many

Published on 3rd March 2021
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How B'luru's Freedom Foundation started an online fundraiser to help HIV positive children survive during the pandemic

Headquartered in Bengaluru, Freedom Foundation has specialised facilities in 48 physical sites at various locations in four states

Published on 2nd March 2021
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This SAFE bench by Shiv Nadar School students can self-sanitise as you get up to prevent virus spread. Here's how

We find out about the bench called SAFE that was created by an all-girls student team from Shiv Nadar School in Faridabad. Here's why it's great

Published on 23rd February 2021
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IIT Madras research could find way to make HIV drugs attack virus more aggressively using electrostatic charges

The need for drugs to combat drug-resistant HIV strains led researchers to delve into molecular structure of protease to identify weak sites that can offer a handle for better inhibitor development

Published on 18th February 2021
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Research on HIV and human defense system yields potential drug target

The human protein named SAMHD1 recognises a unique molecular pattern in nucleic acids, which may act as a signal for action to the human body defence system

Published on 11th February 2021
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Money doesn't buy happiness but takes away some sorrow: Shiv Shiva Kumar at GLIM

Shivakumar was addressing a group of students of the Great Lakes Institute of Management virtually

Published on 4th February 2021

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