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Jaipur milkman's daughter tops Rajasthan Class 10 board exams with a whopping 99.17 per cent

Sheela secured 100 each in Maths and Science, 99 each in English, Hindi and Social Science and 98 in Sanskrit

Published on 4th June 2019
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Molecular Genomic laboratory at the SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack is now functional

Gene sequencing can also be done to predict by checking the DNA sequence and mutation disease susceptibility to Diabetes mellitus, Hypertension, Alzheimer's and depression and happiness

Published on 31st May 2019
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Payal Tadvi suicide: Medical college confirms caste harassment, police arrest all three doctors

The 23-year-old doctor's family had repeatedly requested the administration to take action against the three doctors being blamed for Payal Tadvi's death

Published on 29th May 2019
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What happened on May 22, 2018? Reliving the day Thoothukudi lost its hope in humanity

Time has passed and families recall the events of the day the police opened fire on lakhs of people without a warning, killing 15 people and leaving hundreds injured. What really happened that day?

Published on 22nd May 2019
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We're living in a police state: How the police ensured Thoothukudi won't rhyme with democracy  

From the police always knocking on their doors to having their mobiles checked randomly, the people saythey are constantly being hounded

Published on 22nd May 2019
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This 23-year-old from Hyderabad grew foot-long hair to donate for cancer patients. Here's why

Hair for Hope is an organisation that aims to create awareness about hair donation and ensures that the donated hair reaches organisations which are not only registered, but need it too

Published on 24th April 2019
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TN, Bengaluru students to study Zero Shadow Day on April 24, collaborate with students from other cities

The children in Chennai will measure the length of the shadow cast — almost zero on April 24 at noon, that is when the Sun crosses the local meridian

Published on 24th April 2019
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Slow Clap: Holy Cow to boost Indian economy and help build healthy India

The National Cow Commission will propose to make it mandatory for fertilizer-producing companies to manufacture 10 per cent bio-fertilizers from cow dung and cow urine

Published on 23rd April 2019
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IIT Roorkee researchers develop a new non-invasive method of detecting Breast and Ovarian Cancer

The research team identified certain proteins present in the saliva, which act as potential biomarkers indicative of Breast & Ovarian cancer metastasis

Published on 16th April 2019
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Researchers develop new technique to study movement of cells without dyes

While scientists can currently track the movement of cells using molecular dyes or labels, the practice comes with limitations. Dyes alter the behaviour of cells before, eventually, killing them

Published on 12th April 2019
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From eve-teasing to cyberbullying, how Vijayawada's Vasavya Mahila Mandali can help

Vasavya Mahila Mandali has been working with and for women for 50 years now and continues to do so to build a more equal society

Published on 6th March 2019
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IIT Hyderabad Researchers find Antarctic fungi that could help in treating Leukemia

This work could lead to the development of chemotherapeutic treatment methods that have fewer side effects than the existing methods
 

Published on 19th February 2019
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Is failure in exams a major cause for suicides in India?

As many as 8,068, 8,934 and 9,747 suicides were committed worldwide just due to failure in examinations during 2014-2016. How bad is it in India? Here's what we found

Published on 18th February 2019
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Even exposure to smoker's fingers can cause respiratory problems in children: Study

According to a study published in the journal Tobacco Use Insights, not smoking around children does not prevent exposure to nicotine

Published on 10th February 2019
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Researchers whose discoveries have been celebrated much are also protesting for a hike. Here's why ​

We talk to three research scholars who have brought laurels to the country and have made breakthrough discoveries in their fields of study, who are also protesting for the hike in their fellowship

Published on 30th January 2019

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