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Consistency and 12 hours of study was the key: NEET all-India third rank holder Snikitha from Hyderabad 

Tummala Snikitha hails from Hyderabad and both her parents are doctors. That's where she gets her passion for service and this is how she cracked one of the toughest exams

Published on 17th October 2020
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In recovering COVID-19 patients, antibodies fade quickly: Study

Antibodies produced by the body's immune system bind to a part of this protein and block the capacity of this "key" to engage with the host's cellular "lock"

Published on 17th October 2020
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Scientists develop a new method to block Coronavirus replication

According to the study, published in the journal Science, SARS-CoV-2-PLpro promotes infection by sensing and processing both viral and human proteins

Published on 17th October 2020
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Study shows how people can reduce stress during the Coronavirus pandemic

The team found that those who took stock of their emotions - be the sadness, anxiety, fear, loneliness, and the like - and then addressed those emotions with mindful action

Published on 17th October 2020
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Meet the MSc student from Kochi who has broken a world record by completing 1000 online courses in 100 days

Arathi Reghunath spent most of her lockdown days enrolling in various courses on Coursera to help utilise her time better and be productive in the best possible way

Published on 16th October 2020
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Remdesivir and several other repurposed drugs have little to no effect in hospitalised COVID-19 patients: WHO study

The study, which spans more than 30 countries, looked at the effects of these treatments on overall mortality, initiation of ventilation, and duration of hospital stay in patients

Published on 16th October 2020
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Poor diet top contributor to heart disease deaths globally, finds study

Tobacco use ranked as the fourth highest contributor to ischaemic heart disease deaths in men but only seventh in women

Published on 16th October 2020
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Indian students have adjusted to blended learning at UK universities, finds study 

As the 2020-21 autumn term got underway this month, they collated reports of universities putting in place a range of dedicated support measures for students flying in from overseas, including India

Published on 16th October 2020
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Soon, the world will come to India to learn: Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal

Naming the new infrastructure facilities after Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Bharat Ratna awardees and the legendary Savitribai Phule will inspire students, added Pokhriyal

Published on 15th October 2020
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How this 26-year-old from Pune is procuring low-cost tabs for government school students to study during the pandemic

Pune-based Ankit Virdi launched EduReach India in August to help further his mission. And currently, he has targetted two schools in Pune whose students he will help with the funds he receives 

Published on 15th October 2020
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Two-third students in New York's District 26 opt for all-remote learning

Many District 26 parents said that they have older relatives living in their homes and fear that an infection brought from school could be deadly for them

Published on 15th October 2020
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Ministry of AYUSH announces results of quiz on preventive measures against infections and diseases like COVID-19

About 45% of the participants fall under the age group of 18-24 from the states of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, and Delhi

Published on 14th October 2020
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Regular exercise in the morning may cut cancer risk: Study

For the current study, published in the International Journal of Cancer, the research team examined the effect of timing of recreational physical activity on breast and prostate cancer risk

Published on 14th October 2020
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How homegrown EdTech platform e-Taragathi is all about helping people ace exams in English and Telugu

"I have been through the pain, financial and emotional, of preparing for competitive exams. I want to help ease the pain for others," says B Jacinth Jones. That's why he started E-Taragathi. Read on! 

Published on 14th October 2020
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This 14-year-old from Hyderabad is helping light up the homes and lives of rural children with solar lamps. Here's how

Anvitha Kollipara is the brains behind CareGood Foundation. She started the foundation to help the abandoned elderly with their needs. It was launched in May this year. This is their story till date

Published on 14th October 2020

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