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Students can step out with permission, PhD students have the option to become day scholars: IIT Madras

The institute said that one must be sensitive towards the pandemic and precautionary measures are essential to prevent its spread

Published on 7th March 2021
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In Kodagu, this independent researcher is working with local tribes and children to protect this precious habitat

Neethi Mahesh has dedicated a lot of years to researching the riparian habitats of the Kodagu district. She is currently working with a tribe of honey collectors and students for better results 

Published on 6th March 2021
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New tools to make kids' ebooks easier to read on Google Play Books

With "Tap to Read", users can tap a word to hear it read out loud. The 'Kid-Friendly Dictionary' defines words for a young audience, often with illustrations on Google Play Books

Published on 7th March 2021
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Why large number of young women still feel that IT, tech jobs are not for them

Over a third (38 per cent) of women working in the IT and tech industry feel that the absence of females in their sector made them wary of entering the profession

Published on 7th March 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: The time when writer Arthur Conan Doyle came under pressure to revive Sherlock Holmes

In today's #TBT, we take you back to the time when the world's most famous detective received so much love that its creator was asked to bring back the spy from his death in the previous story

Published on 7th March 2021
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Women's Day: Why astrophysicist Prajval Shastri believes that gender discrimination must not be perpetuated at institutions by teachers 

Prajval Shastri, an astrophysicist speaks about gender bias in the academic institutions especially in the field of Science and her love for research, why she pursued astrophysics and much more 

Published on 6th March 2021
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Understanding the people added colour to the situation: How Al-Qaeda's longest-held captive Stephen McGowan used empathy to survive

When there is a gun to your head and you count the seconds you realise what is important to you. Stephen realised that he needed to be liked to stay alive

Published on 6th March 2021
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University of Peshawar becomes the 4th Pak varsity to introduce a strict dress code for its female students

The UoP has introduced a dress code for its students, notifying its female students to wear white overalls with white salwar kameez

Published on 6th March 2021
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Some Coronavirus mutations may help it evade immune system's T-killer cells, say scientists

In the current study, published in the journal Cell Immunology, the researchers sequenced 750 genomes of the novel coronavirus from infected individuals and analysed mutations

Published on 6th March 2021
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Women's Day: This 25-year-old frontline worker tells us why we shouldn't worry about COVID and treat it like a flu 

We spoke to Isha Katyal, who was posted for COVID duty in Karnataka about her experiences, what it was like to be in a PPE kit for hours and more

Published on 6th March 2021
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I want to fight, I want to win: Acid attack survivor Zakira Sheikh, the 'Tigress' of Mumbai 

She was attacked by her husband in 2017. But she did not let that rule her life. She got out and built a good life for her daughters

Published on 6th March 2021
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Protect yourself from COVID-19 with three-layered masks, say experts

According to the experts, additional layers in the mask may help us protect against SARS-CoV-2 by not letting the virus-laden contagious droplets or particles pass through the mask

Published on 6th March 2021
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Supreme Court to commence hybrid physical hearing of cases from March 15

It said if the number of parties is higher than the specified number in a matter listed for hybrid hearing, then one advocate-on-record (AOR) and one arguing counsel per party would be allowed entry

Published on 6th March 2021
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Soon, Delhi will have its own school education board as Cabinet gives nod

The Chief Minister further stated that Delhi has around 1,000 government schools and 1,700 private schools and all the government-run schools are affiliated with the CBSE

Published on 6th March 2021
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Women's Day: Back to school is cool for 52-year-old Ressy Mathew. Check out her awe-inspiring story

After spending three decades as a labourer, Ressy Mathew restarted college in her late 40s. We spoke to her

Published on 6th March 2021

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