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Pfizer vaccine 97 per cent effective in symptomatic COVID-19 cases, says study

The analysis, based on real-world data gathered by the Israel Ministry of Health, also found the vaccine's effectiveness at 94 per cent against asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infections

Published on 12th March 2021
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After running a dance institute for the last six years, this 22-year-old is on a quest to make Kuchipudi more relatable

Nihanthri Reddy Poli from Hyderabad has studied under the best gurus of Kuchipudi who have encouraged her on the path of dancing and teaching as well. This is how she straddles both these fields 

Published on 10th March 2021
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Gurugram district administration to conduct drive to save women, children from anemia

Under this project, the Gurugram district administration will conduct a survey to check the weight and height of women and children

Published on 10th March 2021
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Microsoft expands top cyber protection for high-risk customers in 31 countries

Microsoft has announced the expansion of its enterprise-grade identity and access management protection service 'AccountGuard' to all high-risk members

Published on 10th March 2021
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What the FAQ: Over 72 per cent rise in UAPA cases since 2019, what does the Act entail? 

In July 2019, the ambit of UAPA was expanded. It was amended allowing the government to designate an individual as a terrorist without trial

 

Published on 10th March 2021
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This vacuum cleaner is for keeping public spaces free of plastics. Check it out!

Five students of Sona College of Engineering have developed a vacuum cleaner that can pick up light plastic off the roads and shred them into reusable material

Published on 10th March 2021
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If chai is bae for you, check out this 27-year-old IG's page for double tap-worthy pictures of the humble cuppa

Subham Swain, known as Zuvam on Instagram, is capturing his morning cuppa in a way that no one has ever before. What's more? The Hyderabadi does it every day, day in and day out. Check it out 

Published on 10th March 2021
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Harvard professor ignites political uproar between Japan and South Korea over 'comfort women' claims 

Ramseyer's article, titled Contracting for sex in the Pacific War, was published online in December and was scheduled to appear in the March issue of the International Review of Law and Economics

Published on 8th March 2021
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Dutee Chand on Women's Day: Every girl is a leader waiting to happen

While the COVID-19 pandemic affected people from all walks of life, it had an adverse impact on girls and women, further making it hard to achieve a social balance

Published on 8th March 2021
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Wheelchair taxi start-up Ezy Mov in talks with investors to raise funds for expansion 

The startup is contemplating to support the 'Accessible India' campaign by making its services available through its recently launched mobile app, 'Sugamya Bharat'

Published on 8th March 2021
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Meet Sahana Ramdas, one of India's fewest Animal Rights lawyers, who is standing up for nature's furry friends

Sahana Ramdas talks about how she decided to pursue animal rights law even though it isn’t a popular area of law 

Published on 6th March 2021
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Elections with Shasn: This board game allows people to talk politics, minus hostility and violence

Shasn recreates the scenario of an electoral campaign where people work against each other to win politically and take a stand by making a tough ethical choice 

Published on 5th March 2021
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Should the SSLC, HS exams be postponed in Kerala? Here's what the teachers think

Due to the peculiar situation this year, it was decided to identify focus areas from only 40% of the syllabus and conduct model exams on that basis

Published on 5th March 2021
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80 per cent of women seek permission to prioritise their career, according to OKCupid study

The digital video throws spotlight on benefactors in a woman's life who think they are allowing them the 'privilege' of getting an education, having a successful career or financially independent

Published on 5th March 2021
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No Lockdown on Caste Atrocities: This book documents the crimes that even a social distanced pandemic could not prevent

The Dalit Human Rights Defenders Network has documented 60 of these crimes in a book titled ‘No Lockdown on Caste Atrocities: Stories of Caste Crimes during the COVID-19 Pandemic’

Published on 3rd March 2021

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