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Here's why December 11 is an important day for the children in India

On December 11, 1992, India signed the United Nations Conventions for Child Rights. We explain to you when UNCRC was adopted, who wrote it and how India went on to implement it
 

Published on 11th December 2020
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Calcutta High Court safeguards the' IIHM' logo and acronym from misuse by other institutions

The court has granted an injunction restraining the Indian Institute of Hotel Management from using the same expression mark or logo carrying the acronym IIHM for its business 

Published on 11th December 2020
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi lays foundation stone of the new Parliament building

Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled a plaque to mark the foundation stone laying ceremony of New Parliament Building

Published on 10th December 2020
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Fareed Zakaria on e-expressions: Kamala Harris as Vice-President will excite a lot of people but will make some apprehensive

What Biden's cabinet largely represents is that governance is hard, it's important, that people of competence and experience matter, said Zakaria

Published on 9th December 2020
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AICTE launches Online Mapathon to promote use of Indian satellite imagery for developing resource maps in the country

As the public is invited to improve resource mapping using free content from ISRO, the programme is expected to enhance coverage and develop layers of important resources

Published on 9th December 2020
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They're IIM and TISS grads, but this Delhi duo is Insta-famous via their 'street shopping' page Janpath Online

Janpath Online has a wide range of products starting from junk jewellery — earrings, anklets, bangles, necklaces to handmade bags from Kutch and a lot more

Published on 9th December 2020
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LPU researchers find Himalayan black rock salt better than pink for people with high BP. Here's why

According to the research, the Himalayan Black rock salt was found to have lower levels of sodium than both the Himalayan pink salt and regular table salts, which makes it a healthier option

Published on 9th December 2020
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Delhi HC asks JNU to clear dues of retired prof who was denied pension for protesting on campus

The Court found the university's actions to be violative of the existing laws on matters of pension and ordered the University to release the pensionary benefits due to Dr Chakraborty 

Published on 9th December 2020
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IIT Kanpur to set up Department of Sustainable Energy Engineering, to focus on new, renewable and alternate energy

The new department will try to develop high-quality academic programmes at both the undergraduate and graduate levels

Published on 8th December 2020
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Travel restrictions most effective way to control COVID-19 spread: Study

The new study also suggests that travel restrictions can be effective in countries close to a tipping point for exponential growth but not in those where it is already spreading rapidly

Published on 8th December 2020
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Most popular rap songs in United States mix in metaphors about mental health struggles

Researchers at Carolina say the increase in mental health messages from rap artists could shape the conversation around mental health for their young listeners

Published on 8th December 2020
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IIT Gandhinagar scientists develop highly-efficient additive for rocket propellants to help carry more payload to space

One such additive is boron, but the scientists added that it faces severe ignition delay and a low burning rate because of an inert boron oxide layer formation

Published on 7th December 2020
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TN politicians pay tribute to Dr BR Ambedkar on his death anniversary

In a Facebook post, Stalin hailed Ambedkar as "a source of knowledge from India, this century's Buddha, a light for all the oppressed people and a guide to all at all times"

Published on 6th December 2020
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Over 1 billion could be living in extreme poverty by 2030 due to pandemic: UN

The 'High Damage' scenario anticipates that 80 per cent of the COVID-induced economic crisis would persist in 10 years' time due to loss in productivity

Published on 6th December 2020
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Schools will transform into live labs, while students continue to learn online: Sonam Wangchuk

Education will be one of the fields that will see a lot of innovation as we transition to the new normal after the pandemic, added Sonam Wangchuk

Published on 5th December 2020

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