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Will student protests across the country pick up where they left off after the COVID-19 lockdown ends?
Students of several universities across the country were protesting for various issues, right before the pandemic hit the world. What will happen to them now?
How red tape, government delays have left biotech start-ups struggling to ramp up their war against COVID-19
We speak to a few research labs and institutes about how recent restrictions have come in the way of stellar innovation that could help contain the Coronavirus outbreak
The authorities also made arrangements for their stay for 14 days at an industrial training institute building in Deglur tehsil, located around 80 km from the district headquarters
The Queen, who has been based at Windsor Castle with her 98-year-old husband Prince Philip since last month, called on the British public to draw on their inherent traits
Nikhil Sikri, Founder of Zolo Stays speaks about the quality co-living spaces they provide for students at reasonable rates across different cities in India including Bengaluru, Hyderabad and others
KGMU VC ML Bhatt said that they have started using two machines from the Centre of Advanced Research for the testing of the samples and a total of four machines were being used for testing
The respondents said that they knew it was fake after they saw an official clarification or correction from a government source
COVID-19: Gujarat firm makes low-cost ventilators in 10 days, 1000 machines distributed in hospitals
The company has manufactured ventilators which cost around Rs 1 lakh whereas the usual ventilators cost around Rs 6.5 lakhs
This school principal in Kerala cooks food and cycles around looking for people to feed during lockdown
Usha Venkatesh, founder and principal of Brightland Discovery School makes about 20 boxes of food every day and distributes it to the poor moving around on her cycle
The students say that the incident occurred on Friday night when they stepped out of the hostel gate to feed strays
Rs 1000 for 1000 families: How Mitti Ke Rang is helping daily wagers, labourers and maids through the lockdown
Six days into the crowdfunding mission, Mitti Ke Rang has raised around Rs 3.86 lakh and distributed funds to over 200 families
Go Corona Go: How law enforcers are using Corona dolls, helmets and songs to spread awareness amid lockdown
Local authorities, social workers and some other people are using unique methods to spread awareness about COVID-19 and to tackle the violators amid the lockdown. Check it out!
Co-founder and Advisor of T-Social Impact Group, Raj N Janagam and his team of 15 members are coordinating between donors and CSR wings and the needy day and night to mitigate hunger amidst lockdown
ABVP apologises for abusive post on FB about Jadavpur University students, lauds them for feeding the poor
The right-wing students' group put up a post on their Facebook page recently stating that the previous post from the ABVP page was by an "unscrupulous miscreant with the page access, to cause chaos"
Need some lockdown positivity? This group will write a personal letter of hope and mail it to anyone you want
The Goodwill Tribe has restarted their letter-writing event, where anyone in the world can send letters to people in distress
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