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They letter said it was a "systematic repression of academic freedom and politically motivated move to foment communal discord and to disrupt peace in the coastal state"
In a quest to tell more local stories, 24-year-old Rishav Mohanty, who hails from Bhubaneswar but is currently based out of Delhi, is going back to his roots and we find out what he is up to now
IIT Roorkee researchers develop the world’s first specific bacterial biosensor to detect environmental pollutant
The biosensor showed a satisfactory and reproducible recovery rate for the detection of SDS in real samples of sewage water, river water, and pond water
JCB Prize winning author S Hareesh is confident it would be viewed in its proper context and that too by a wider audience that translations reach out to with such works.
This was the mantra that Youth4Jobs adopted during the pandemic. Based out of Hyderabad and working pan-India, this organisation which works with the disabled continued to train and provide jobs
It said providing universal access to clean cooking fuels has been identified as one of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to which the country is a signatory
The crowdfunding campaign has been supported by organisations like Salesforce and partners like Bal Utsav and Makkala Jagriti, which has led to the delivery of 1,000 playboxes to children
Prathiba Kulkarni of Baala Balaga School in Dharwad tell us about how she and her husband were inspired by the Totto-Chan book to change the concept of school among parents and kids
Igloopupa was set up with the noble vision of promoting and encouraging sustainable tourism practices by working closely with local communities across the country
IIT Kharagpur researches discover microplastic contamination in paper cups, say it's harmful to drink tea in it
Paper cups are usually lined by a thin layer of hydrophobic film which is made of mostly plastic (polyethylene) and sometimes co-polymers to hold the liquid in the paper cup
Are people more giving in the face of great adversity or is it sheer loss that makes us lose our vapid interest in money and accumulation of wealth?
Compared with adults, children produced fewer antibodies against the virus's spike protein -- which the virus uses to infect human cells, according to the researchers
A stunning visual treat, Thiruvananthapuram-An Artist's Impression explores the city's culture, heritage and life through a fascinating collection of shots viewed through the lens of Raghu Rai
This 29-year-old wildlife conservation artist talks about intricacy, her work in Ladakh and educating people about birds
Niharika Rajput makes intricate sculptures of birds and pays great attention to detail, right down to every feather. And this is how she is using her art to convey the message of conservation
How this social media project aims to replace misogynistic and casteist slurs across Indian languages
Tamanna Mishra and Neha Thakur started The Gaali Project on Instagram and Twitter as a platform to promote alternative swear words which they have crowdsourced
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