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IIT Madras researchers show how specific bacterial proteins act as molecular sensors of salt concentration and temperature

The molecular mechanism by which bacterial proteins sense changes in salt concentrations was not clearly known

Published on 3rd July 2019
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This course by MeDiClown Academy and Saveetha University will train you to be a medical clown  

What sort of person goes into a hospital room and try to lighten the mood? A medi-clown of course! We catch up with Fif Fernandes and Hamish Boyd who run the MeDiClown Academy in Auroville

Published on 24th June 2019
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Panai Sathish believes our Tamil culture is in our Palms, here's how he's conserving them

Since 2016, Sathish has had a prefix to his name, he's called 'Panai' Sathish. Panai, is the Tamil word for palmyra and Sathish has planted over 80,000 of them across Chennai.

Published on 17th June 2019
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How to negotiate well: Here's looking at some of the phrases associated with negotiations and what they mean

A good negotiator should be familiar with and be able to use words and phrases used in formal and informal negotiations

Published on 8th June 2019
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10 post-apocalypse films to watch now that we all know the world is ending in 2050

We've put together a list of some of the best post-apocalyptic films for you to watch, so you clean up your act and help clean up the planet

Published on 6th June 2019
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UGC's irregular disbursement of stipends leave Dalit scholars in distress

Many Dalit scholars across the country who are eligible for the RGNF haven't received their stipends for months 

Published on 21st May 2019
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Meet the youngsters who are getting Odisha back on its feet after the devastating Cyclone Fani

Cyclone Fani made landfall in Puri at around 8 am on May 3, 2019. Odisha was struck with winds of speed 130 kmph and upwards. Even Bhubaneswar wasn't spared from the wrath

Published on 15th May 2019
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What this mountaineer scaling Mt Aconcagua has to do with building a school in Hyderabad

Hyderabad-based Sphoorti Foundation is in need of funds for a new school and Mountaineer VJ Nagender Rao is going to climb one of the most dangerous peaks of the world to help them do so

Published on 24th April 2019
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This summer camp is creating awareness among children about forests and animals 

Dev Balaji who has been conducting Summer Adventure Camps in forests across Karnataka tell us about what they teach for children and how it is helping the little ones 

Published on 24th April 2019
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Elections 2019: Why the Congress looking at animal welfare beyond cows is heartening for India

While most parties have largely ignored the needs of animal rights groups and animal welfare — focusing instead on cows and their progeny — the INC manifesto stands apart  

Published on 17th April 2019
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Not everyone who has authority or power is a leader: Dr R Balasubramaniam

Development activist Dr Ramaswami Balasubramaniam speaks about how we can't always confuse leaders with today's politicians and sportspersons and how leadership is above and beyond

Published on 17th April 2019
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This Bengaluru poet will walk 750 km from Batapady to Kanyakumari to inspire women to be independent

Janet Orlene talks about why she's going to walk and camp on the beach for two months straight — and why she feels it will be an inspiration for every young woman

Published on 11th April 2019
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Of Theyyam, alcoholism, casteism and civil dreams: Meet Kuttikol Vivek, the first Vannan man to crack UPSC

Vannans are a Scheduled Caste in Kerala, who traditionally perform Theyyam. Vivek belongs to the community and says how the caste's issues prompted him to try a hand in Civil Service

Published on 10th April 2019
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Why 25,000 'ghost' students in Bengaluru registered for SSLC exam but didn't turn up

School management representatives are of the opinion that some private schools do not issue hall tickets to low performers and weaker students

Published on 2nd April 2019
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DU student assaults professor for saying government should be held accountable for terrorist attacks ‚Äč

The teacher, on the other hand, says that the issue is blown out of proportion. The DUTA has condemned the act

Published on 25th February 2019

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