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Otago research seeks to answer whether screen-use at night affects sleep

Participants of the BED study will wear a camera to capture screen use for three hours before they go to bed, and an infrared camera will be set up in their bedroom

Published on 2nd April 2021
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Why this artist from Kumbakonam is giving a colourful and artistic spin to drab doors

KR Santhana Krishnan has been painting doors for a while now. We find out what inspires him to experiment with this unique canvas

Published on 31st March 2021
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Cybercriminals using online gaming to target kids, finds think tank on cyber security

The danger is compounded by the fact that strangers may find the location of the children in real life and put them in danger or share their personal information with their peers

Published on 1st April 2021
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A miracle in Mollem: How Goans are galvanising the young with art and activism to save their habitat

Students, researchers, scientists, musicians and artists in Goa have launched a widespread movement that hopes to save the protected Mollem National Park from three developmental projects

Published on 30th August 2020
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This sixth-grader's story about water conservation won third place and was turned into an animated short film by UNESCO

Shreya K's story on water conservation was made into an animated short film by UNESCO! We speak to this student of Amrita Vidyalayam, Thalassery, about this massive honour

Published on 31st March 2021
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How this 26-year-old's scrunchie brand, set up during the lockdown, is helping feed the homeless in Chennai

Sarthika Singha tells us how her start-up is not just about scrunchies but is making a difference in the lives of people in need

Published on 31st March 2021
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Here's how this 10-year-old's origami bookmarks will help build a village school library

Daksh Grover, a student of DAV Boys School, is making 3,000 origami bookmarks that will be sold to build a library at Vichoor's government school

Published on 31st March 2021
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India slips 28 places to rank 140 among 156 countries in Global Gender Gap Report

Most of the decline occurred on the political empowerment subindex, where India regressed 13.5 percentage points, with a significant decline in the number of women ministers

Published on 31st March 2021
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Zaara Biotechnology is bringing delicious snacks made with Spirulina to your table

A Biotechnology student from Thrissur aims to offer answers to India's food and energy crisis through his start-up. Here's how the research has led them to develop a range of products

Published on 31st March 2021
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Study reveals experimental hearing implant succeeds in registering brain waves

Research by KU Leuven and manufacturer Cochlear on a few human test subjects has shown for the first time that this is possible

Published on 30th March 2021
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What the FAQ: What is pandemic fatigue and is it the reason for the recent COVID spikes?

Is pandemic fatigue the reason why COVID cases are on a high again? Experts seem to think so, we find out why

Published on 30th March 2021
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IIT, Bhubaneswar Director says campus is now COVID-19 free

So far the campus has been COVID free except for five cases in September, 2020 and now some in the isolated quarantine centre

Published on 30th March 2021
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Panjim's waste sorting stations turn into art canvasses celebrating the Goan experience

In addition to stirring creativity among the community, the installation builds awareness for environmental sustainability and encourages people to be more conscious of their actions.

Published on 29th March 2021
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There's already a kind of self-censorship among Indian filmmakers: Bombay Begums Director Alankrita Srivastava

Director of Bombay Begums and well-known for her previous works Made in Heaven, Lipstick Under My Burqa, Alankrita Srivastava spoke about women in films, male domination in cinema and a lot more

Published on 29th March 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: An army of terracotta soldiers buried underground discovered in China

In today's #TBT, we take you back to the day in the year 1974 when 8,000 clay soldiers were discovered underground in China. Yes, this is the same site PM Modi visited that sparked off that viral meme

Published on 29th March 2021

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