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Tech firm working with top engineering institutions to develop competencies in driver assistance systems 

As part of the initiative, Continental India is currently researching scenario perception, especially enhancing safety towards pedestrians, bicycles, and animals, with on-road protection from potholes

Published on 24th November 2020
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Because truly, words are all we have, folks. So use them wisely!

Here's the columnist Pro Tip for you: When you use words impeccably, you create magic with them. Use words for your good, to create what you desire. Stop using them against yourself or others.

Published on 21st November 2020
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Pandemic pushes a steep drop in foreign college students in the US, largest universities face losses

While the number of new international enrollees has been on the decline during the past few years because of new rules limiting student visas, the pandemic has been a crushing blow

Published on 16th November 2020
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How will schools and parents manage education in a post-COVID world?

While the top layer of the private school managements have the holding power for COVID-19 to pass-over, the layers below them are feeling the heat and looking for exit routes with least damage

Published on 14th November 2020
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What will happen to teachers and students with more schools closing during the pandemic?

According to a report, an association of private schools in Karnataka claims 400/500 schools may down the shutters as they have not been able to maintain expenses due to the COVID-19 closure 

Published on 14th November 2020
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India's clean fuel transition slowed by belief linking firewood to well-being, say scientists

It said providing universal access to clean cooking fuels has been identified as one of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to which the country is a signatory

Published on 10th November 2020
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Here's why these Kalpana Chawla, Maya Angelou rag dolls from Kodai are a hit with the kids

Ragdolls modelled on feminist icons such as Maya Angelou, Frida Kahlo and more. Sound interesting? Smriti Lamech tells us how she came up with the idea and how they are made 

Published on 9th November 2020
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This topper from Brown University came back to India to help women find better jobs. Here's why

The pandemic has changed the way we looked at employment. Distance is not a barrier anymore. being in a Tier-2 city is not a disadvantage, said Vanshika Goenka, Founder, Kool Kanya

Published on 4th November 2020
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With art for art's sake as their mantra, this Hyderabad-based foundation conducts workshops for govt school students

This is the mantra that Aikaarth Foundation follows. Started by 24-year-old Pooja Agarwal, this NGO might have halted its operations due to the pandemic, but they are rearing to go very soon

Published on 1st November 2020
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Indian, Pakistani women diagnosed with more aggressive breast cancer at a younger age: Study

The researchers, who are part of the Rutgers School of Public Health and Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, reviewed incidence data among Indian and Pakistani women between 1990 and 2014

Published on 26th October 2020
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Survey suggests men, women perceive COVID dangers differently, consistent with why women-led countries doing better

This behavioural factor contributes to substantial gender differences in mortality and is consistent with women-led countries responding more effectively to the pandemic

Published on 18th October 2020
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First lesson taught in Pak schools: Hindus are 'kafirs', Jews enemies of Islam

Any student or teacher who tries to protest or express his opinion is accused of committing blasphemy. Last year, a Pakistani court sentenced a university lecturer to death for blasphemy

Published on 16th October 2020
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How this vet in Mumbai is using flower therapy to help dogs look on the bright side of life

While he is out on the roads of Kalyan in Mumbai feeding stray dogs and doing his bit on the occasion, Akshay Shah introduces us to alternative therapies for our four-legged friends  

Published on 16th October 2020
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Fear and loathing: Why being queer during the pandemic can only exacerbate mental health concerns

Despite the hard work an individual puts into finding their way out of the closet, speaking this truth out just a tad bit louder than the society deems it appropriate can still get them in trouble

Published on 14th October 2020
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A fulfilling life is in everyone's reach, mental illness cannot be the barrier: Bipolar India's Vijay Nallawala

As someone who has been living with bipolar disorder all his life, Vijay Nallawala is best positioned to tell us about the condition, how he overcame his mental illness and a lot more

Published on 10th October 2020

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