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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
Dr Adarsh Pratap from AIIMS Delhi told us that there are enough masks at the institute, it is difficult to work for long hours once they put on the Personal Protection Kit
Why this Corona Di? Comedian Jamie Lever's song on Corona not just entertaining but informative as well
Actor, comedian and singer Jamie Lever has sung a song on COVID-19 and it has gone viral on social media. She tells us the idea behind the song and how she is viewing the shut down as a positive move
A battle won, a war to win: 1 of 5 DU girls hostels extend curfew till midnight. Will others follow suit?
The final decision about the NESHW curfew timings will be discussed in a managing body meeting which will have professors and relevant authorities
Owning responsibility of such bad tastes among the students of the institution in the city VC Sabysachi Basu Roychowdhury quit his post on Friday evening
Meet the Bengaluru lawyer who is fighting to get the Kashmiri KLE students who sang 'Pakistan Zindabad' freed
Advocate B T Venkatesh tells us why the three Kashmiri students singing Pakistan Zindabad does not amount to sedition. He explains to us how he went all the way to Hubballi to attempt to get them bail
Dr Jagdish Chaturvedi is a medical innovator and stand-up comic who is injecting information through large doses of comedy for India's youth to pay attention
Karnataka PUC 2 paper leak: Two students debarred for snapping Physics paper and sharing on Whatsapp
On Wednesday, around 6,80,498 candidates appeared for PUC 2 board examinations out of which 5,61,530 are fresh candidates and the remaining are repeaters
With Hubballi lawyers refusing to provide legal aid to jailed Kashmiri students, will Bengaluru lawyers help out?
The High Court of Karnataka expressed displeasure over the Hubballi Bar Association's resolution of not taking up the case of three Kashmiri students who had raised pro-Pakistan slogans in Hubballi
Kerala HC order won't stop unions from harassing us: University College who attempted suicide over SFI harassment
On Wednesday, the Kerala High Court had banned student agitations that disrupt the functioning of educational institutions. Now, students can't be forced to protest too
Remember the Bengaluru Moonwalk video? It's now part of a socio-political exhibit at a London varsity
Baadal Nanjundaswamy's Moonwalk video is given prime space in the show called A Passage Through Passages at the Brunei Gallery in SOAS. The video had gone viral and was replicated in Mexico
Rachana is also the founder of NG Mind Frame, a consulting firm for public policies and strategies. She has even remotely worked on Hilary Clinton's presidential campaign. Now, how cool is that?
Organise sessions and counsel the protestors: Why Pondicherry University Dean's reaction to ongoing protest is bizarre
The students of the university have been protesting against a hike in their fees for the past 16 days. While there does not appear to be a sensible solution in sight, a certain circular is going viral
From taking online classes to conducting challenges like #100DaysofSketching, Kesh has done it all to help peers achieve their potential as it in his 'selfish interest'
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