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EDII launches new PGDM course in innovation to help aspiring entrepreneurs set up, run successful businesses

The new PGDM course is a blend of management and innovation and thus the curriculum is outcome-oriented to help students build successful start-ups

Published on 6th April 2021
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This Lucknow scientist created a robot that can feed his disabled dog. Here's how

In 2018, Milind had also created a drone with a special robotic arm that rescued out a puppy trapped inside a deep drain

Published on 6th April 2021
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Study finds that insomnia is associated with more suicidal thoughts

The study also provided more evidence that keeping tabs on how patients are sleeping and intervening when needed is important to their overall care

Published on 6th April 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: ABBA broke into the international music scene about 50 years ago today. Feel old yet?

In today's #TBT, we recall the tunes with which ABBA, the Swedish band catapulted to international fame. And if you haven't heard of them or their music, this is why you definitely should today 

Published on 6th April 2021
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Prioritising who gets COVID-19 vaccine first saves lives, finds study

The researchers modelled COVID-19 transmission rates and the optimal allocation of an initially limited vaccine supply in the US under a variety of scenarios

Published on 5th April 2021
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UP students to be shown inspiring videos of great personalities

A web series of 50 episodes have been made by the education department for the students on the instruction of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath

Published on 5th April 2021
April_5

#ThrowBackToday: Two decades after actor Salman Khan shot two blackbucks, he was convicted

In today's #TBT, we recall how the Bollywood superstar, with several fans who fawn over him, was convicted of the crime he committed, of shooting two blackbucks. But what did all this add up to anyway

Published on 5th April 2021
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Forest officials should appreciate that forests cannot function without tribals: IBRAD's Prof SB Roy

Professor SB Roy was speaking at TNIE's E-Expressions along with  NC Saxena, a retired IAS officer, Prof Biswajit Dhar from JNU, TNIE's Editorial Director Prabhu Chawla and journalist Kaveree Bamzai

Published on 4th April 2021
April_4

#ThrowBackToday: It's been exactly 46 years since the success story of Microsoft began

In today's #TBT, we take you back to the times when Microsoft Corporation was still up and coming. Bill Gates indeed took this MNC to great heights and now our very own Satya Nadella is incharge

Published on 4th April 2021
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Lost in Translation: Why do Indian elections not have enough transgender candidates?

Transgenders need more representation, for that they need empowerment and for that, they need more representation — is it a vicious cycle with no end?

Published on 4th April 2021
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High-sugar diet in adolescence can impair memory later, shows new study

While previous research linked high-sugar diets with obesity and heart disease and even impaired memory function, less is known about its effects on mental development

Published on 3rd April 2021
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The Trainer Brainer: Hone your inner grit for success and nurture the ability to stay focused

You must find self-driven enthusiasm to step over small little obstacles. It is with the strength of your resilience that you will be able to emerge successful in your career

Published on 3rd April 2021
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E-Canteen Fundas: One small step per day, a giant leap for life!

Pro Tips: Design your life so it’s easy to start small, repeat behaviours with marginal improvements every day. Celebrate small wins and share them with others to make the habit stick

Published on 3rd April 2021
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Be the next proud voter: Here's why it is important to exercise your democratic right to vote

The Coach writes for all those who are preparing to vote. Here’s why it’s the most important duty and right of a democratic citizen

Published on 3rd April 2021
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Study sheds light on reverse-order heart-liver transplant's benefits for certain patients

This unique approach to heart-liver transplant opens the door to more highly sensitised patients getting the transplants they desperately need

Published on 2nd April 2021

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