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LPU researchers develop UV-ray based device to disinfect the air from air conditioners

The device can make air circulation in enclosed spaces like gyms, restaurants and shops, safe. It also eliminates hazardous gases like SOx & NOx which are in the atmosphere

Published on 15th September 2020
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IIT Guwahati develops a first-of-its-kind self-check kiosk that can determine individuals with fever, low oxygen levels

The kiosk is a one-stop solution for checking if an individual is running a fever, low blood oxygen levels, therefore, potentially has COVID-19 or any another viral or bacterial infection

Published on 8th September 2020
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JEE exams day 3: 75 per cent registered candidates have appeared for entrance test so far

On September 1, when the tests began, the examination was for B Architecture and B planning courses while tests for B Engineering and B Tech courses were held from September 2

Published on 4th September 2020
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JEE Main begins in 660 centres across India with COVID-19 precautions, 16 lakh to take the test over six days

Around 16 lakh students have registered for the examination from660 centres across the country. The BArch exams are being held the first day

Published on 1st September 2020
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Finally, CLAT exam postponed to September 28 owing to COVID-19 pandemic

The entrance exam to the 22 National Law Universities was supposed to be held on September 7. The decision was taken on August 27

Published on 28th August 2020
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Medical colleges in Pondy should convene meeting with govt to contain COVID-19 spread: Makkal Needhi Maiam

Dr Subramanian also wanted the government to provide some incentives to the health workers at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19

Published on 21st August 2020
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Continue with welfare initiatives for orphans in Delhi: High Court to AAP government

The Delhi government in its status report filed earlier said that it was providing food, clothing, medical care and financial assistance, apart from education, under various schemes to orphans

Published on 18th August 2020
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Admissions start in Coimbatore's government and private schools after a gap of three months due to COVID

Admission processes were conducted as per the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in schools said the officials

Published on 17th August 2020
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India reports 61,537 COVID 19 cases in past 24 hours, 20,88,611 cases in the country so far

The ministry stated that so far 14,27,005 people have recovered from the deadly virus and in the last 24 hours 48,900 people were discharged from various hospitals and quarantine centres

Published on 8th August 2020
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DU's Ambedkar Ganguly hostel fires 19 of its sanitation workers, allegedly without prior notice

The sanitation workers had previously issued a statement which said that the administration had ceased paying their salaries amid the pandemic

 

Published on 3rd August 2020
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AMU's female students claim they were harassed, cajoled 'off the books' into vacating hostels, amidst rising COVID numbers

Thee students claim the university is not making any formal announcements but is ‘informally’ pushing them to leave

Published on 30th July 2020
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With record single-day spike of 40,425 cases, India breaches 11Lakh mark

India once again crossed one lakh cases within three days. India crossed 10 lakh Covid-19 cases on July 17, and added another one lakh before July 20

Published on 20th July 2020
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This Australia university just developed a 20-minute COVID-19 blood test

The test requires 25 microliters of plasma from blood samples and positive COVID-19 cases will cause agglutination or clustering of the red blood cells, which is easily identifiable to the naked eye

Published on 20th July 2020
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Why it is only people who are illiterate about viruses that will call the lockdown useless

The argument that India started the lockdown too late is not valid from a medical perspective and from a social one

Published on 29th June 2020
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LPU to give full scholarship to kids of COVID victims, waiver for frontline workers and their wards

The scholarship is a token of their appreciation for the workers' service to the nation, said Chancellor Ashok Mittal. This is a move that will mean a lot to kids of frontline workers

Published on 29th June 2020

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