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This IIT-Roorkee professor has created a tracking system to keep watch on quarantine violators  

Professor Kamal Jain's invention Raven Eye works on the principle of geo-fencing and will alert authorities as soon as one escapes the quarantine zone

 

Published on 14th April 2020
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This Malayalam web series was shot entirely at the director's house because of the lockdown. Check it out!

Akkuvum Ikkuvum is a Malayalam YouTube web series made by a group of friends

Published on 10th April 2020
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Delhi student invents robot to help medical workers and COVID-19 patients reduce contact

The robot can provide food and medicines to patients and also has a video conferencing option for better communication between the doctor and patient

Published on 7th April 2020
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COVID-19: Jaipur hospital uses robot to serve patients, could reduce need of medical staff in isolation wards

Once the robot comes in service, it can deliver food and other small things as required by patients, thereby reducing the rounds of medical staff they need to make in isolation wards

Published on 26th March 2020
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It's corona times: This UP couple did a virtual 'I do'

Through video conferencing, the cleric Maulana Tahir solemnised the 'nikaah' and the respective families held mini-celebrations in their homes

Published on 26th March 2020
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The James Dyson Award 2020 is open for entries and they are looking for inventors solving big problems

In addition to the International winner, in 2020 the JDA will crown a second winner, focused on Sustainability for the first time

Published on 23rd March 2020
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Water Warriors: How KJ Antoji brought the syringe solution to India's growing water problem

KJ Antoji speaks about his device — the water syringe — which diverts rainwater and saves it for future use. Here's why it might be the ideal solution for water scarcity

Published on 16th March 2020
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Coronavirus impact: Kerala to train 81,000 primary teachers online through focussed intervention in 11,274 schools

It is the first time in India that such a massive specific training for teachers is conducted within a short time by utilising a complete digital mechanism

Published on 14th March 2020
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Karnataka farmer's 'Areca nut bike' gets over 1000 buyers in just seven months

In June, last year, Ganapathi Bhat invented the bike which is powered by a 2-stroke engine, using which the farmers can easily climb the areca nut tree to spray pesticides and also harvest the crop  

Published on 4th March 2020
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In this Risa Astronomy's 'hands', astronomy isn't rocket science for students of all ages

We speak to Anish Kumar who conducts workshops and classroom sessions for those who are interested in Astronomy and space. He shares some of the interesting differences that we get to see in the sky

Published on 21st February 2020
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These students from Hyderabad may have cracked the code to healthy ice cream. Seriously!

The other two competitions that were conducted at TYE (TiE Young Entrepreneurs) challenges were One Minute Elevator Pitch and Maker Faire Prototype. And the boys aced it all in some style

Published on 12th February 2020
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Here's why you should check out  Hyderabad's rural technical fest Antahpragna 2020 

Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge and Technologies is located in the temple town of Basar, which is about 150 km away from Hyderabad  

 

Published on 30th January 2020
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Meet the home baker who introduced the Brazilian Brigadeiro to Chennai

Kay Roberts, the founder of the Chennai-based online baking line Kay's Bakes, talks about how she ended up in the baking business

Published on 22nd January 2020
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Can banana leaves replace paper? Ask this 21-year-old from Virudhunagar and be amazed! 

Tenith Adithyaa from Virudhunagar came up with an innovation called the Banana Leaf Technology, which increases the shelf life of banana leaves to almost three years and is completely eco-friendly

Published on 22nd January 2020
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Undiscovered Indian literary treasure: 95% of ancient manuscripts not yet translated

About 95% of the estimated 40 million manuscripts that India has floating around today has not been translated yet, said Bibek Debroy, economist and author at the ThinkEdu Conclave 2020

Published on 8th January 2020

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