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Now, you can read Shaji Madathil's take on karma in English as well

Shaji Madathil has translated his popular Malaylam novel, Pathirapattile Thennila, into English so that ‘angrezi-speakers’ can also enjoy reading his first novel

Published on 18th September 2019
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AMU students call for protest after Muslims lynched at Aligarh Station

Five to six Muslim men and women travelling from Kannauj to Aligarh were allegedly attacked by some saffron goons as soon as they reached Aligarh Station

Published on 16th September 2019
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Severe mass-extinction occurred on Earth 260 million years ago, says new US study

Scientists had previously determined that there were five major mass-extinction events, wiping out large numbers of species and defining the ends of geological periods

Published on 16th September 2019
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Through Chevening Scholarships and Fellowships, you can now study at the UK's finest universities 

Those interested do take note that the deadline for applying for scholarships is November 5 and for fellowships is October 9. Good luck!

Published on 14th September 2019
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Fake question paper? Controversial questions on Dalits, Muslims based on NCERT Class 6 textbook

DMK chief MK Stalin had expressed concern over the questions that were apparently asked in an examination at a school in Tamil Nadu

Published on 9th September 2019
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National Nutrition Month: Bihar government schools to conduct classes on cleanliness and nutrition

State Education Department Principal Secretary R.K. Mahajan has issued directions to schools in all districts to begin the class from Monday in this regard

Published on 8th September 2019
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MIT researchers catalogue 7,758 gut microbes that can help develop new treatments

Results from the data set (BIO-ML), published in the journal Nature Medicine, should help in understanding the way in which microbial populations change in the human gut

Published on 3rd September 2019
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#PrayForTheAmazon: Why is everyone talking about the Amazon forest fires?

A record number of fires have been raging for the past three weeks now at the Amazon rainforests and social media is finally catching up

Published on 22nd August 2019
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Technology will bridge the gap, help curb the impending job crisis: Chocko Valliappa, Sona Group of Institutions

Chocko Valliappa, Vice-Chairman, Sona Group of Institutions, explains what the prevalent job crisis is all about and what skills job-givers are looking for right now

Published on 20th August 2019
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Kerala Floods: Here's how Grama Sabhas can help in avoiding disasters

Ecologist Madhav Gadgil who chaired Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel (WGEEP), which came up with a report that says that the Kerala disasters are also manmade

Published on 16th August 2019
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Caring for nature and the environment should be everyone’s concern: Wildlife and conservation filmmaker Shekar Dattatri on why the wildlife needs our attention 

His hard-hitting advocacy films have exposed the destruction of nature and helped bring about positive outcomes

Published on 17th August 2019
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#IndiaIndependenceDay: Tweet customised Ashoka Chakra emoji to mark I-Day

Twitter continues to celebrate Indian culture with customised Twitter initiatives for Independence Day, Diwali, Republic Day, among other key milestones and events for Indians across the world

Published on 14th August 2019
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This 30-year old biker is riding across 29 states of India. Here's why it's 'drama'-tic

Praveen Varghese Thomas wants to reach out to the massive diversity of the Indian youth across all 29 states, and he intends to empower them in his own ‘dramatic’ way

Published on 14th August 2019
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Green cover can't be sacrificed for any city plan: Manikonda Vedakumar, Forum For A Better Hyderabad

Forum For A Better Hyderabad's Manikonda Vedakumar took us on a nostalgia trip to the time when Hyderabad was a city lush with greenery and no urban planner dared change that

Published on 14th August 2019
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Saving Earth is a collective effort: Dr Mesineni Anand Rao

Dr Mesineni Anand Rao has been teaching Chemistry at Hyderabad's iconic Osmania University since 1979. He has 72 research papers published in reputed national and the international research journals

Published on 14th August 2019

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