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Lymphoma drug outperforms Remdesivir against COVID virus

A novel computational drug screening strategy combined with lab experiments suggest that pralatrexate drug is a promising candidate for COVID-19 patients

Published on 2nd January 2021
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This Delhi artist's illustration on the Farmers' Protest went viral. This is his story

Tushar tells us about his recent Rainbow series and how he brings up difficult, uncomfortable topics to the forefront with his artwork

Published on 1st January 2021
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Meet this 22-year-old from Kochi who rescued the dog who was tied to a car and dragged in viral video

The video of the dog, now named Abakka, had gone viral a few weeks ago. Akhil was the first to spot the dog, capture the video and rescue her

Published on 28th December 2020
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Health Ministry charts out action plan for genomic surveillance consortium to follow to detect mutant Coronavirus

Genome sequencing of those who tested positive after coming to India from the United Kingdom is underway to see if they are carrying the mutant strain

Published on 28th December 2020
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Antibodies target different part of coronavirus in severe COVID-19 cases: Study

According to the scientists, including those from Stanford University in the US, the findings shed new light on the links between the course of the disease and a patient's immune response

Published on 25th December 2020
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The NSS volunteers of this Kochi college will now learn animal welfare

St Albert's College  has recently signed an MoU with non-profit Humane Society International to conduct webinars and campaigns on animal welfare

Published on 23rd December 2020
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Malayalam Poet and environmentalist Sugathakumari succumbs to COVID-19 

Fondly being called as 'Sugatha Teacher' by her admirers, the activist-poet had been admitted to the intensive care unit of the medical college after being diagnosed with the viral infection 

Published on 23rd December 2020
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Researchers say it would take years, not months, for virus to evolve enough to render current vaccines impotent

Muge Cevik, an infectious disease expert at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland said that these mutations may allow the variant to replicate and transmit more efficiently

Published on 21st December 2020
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Students and professors of Krishna University raise complaint about lack of drinking water for a week

While the university is yet to pay the water bills, the officials have managed to convince the vendor. On Thursday, the vendor resumed the supply of water to the university

Published on 17th December 2020
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Remdesivir may be highly effective against COVID-19: Study

The response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been hampered by the lack of effective antiviral drugs against SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes the disease

Published on 15th December 2020
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In a breakthrough study, University of Cambridge researchers claim Remdesivir is highly effective against COVID-19

Results from large clinical trials have been inconclusive and the World Health Organization (WHO) announced in October that the drug did not significantly reduce mortality rates

Published on 14th December 2020
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TIME magazine includes Indian-American who gave shelter to 70 George Floyd protestors in 'Heroes 2020'

On June 1, as demonstrators filled the streets of Washington DC to protest the killing of African-American Floyd, Dubey was home, not far from the White House

Published on 11th December 2020
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Study shows after humans, ferrets, cats, dogs most susceptible to coronavirus infection

The scientists used computer modelling to test how the coronavirus uses its spike proteins, which protrude from the surface of the virus, to infiltrate the cells of different animals

Published on 11th December 2020
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Here’s why the students behind The Project Amara want you to talk about menstruation, whatever your gender

It’s 2020 and menstruation should no longer be a taboo topic, believe the co-founders of The Project Amara. We speak to them

Published on 10th December 2020
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Indian scientists identify drugs that can target vital proteins of novel coronavirus

The researchers from Alagappa University in Tamil Nadu and KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden propose a list of individual drugs and cocktails that deserve testing for the treatment of COVID-19

Published on 10th December 2020

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