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Researchers find hormone to switch off hunger and tackle obesity

The hormone, called Lipocalin-2 (LCN2), could be used as a potential treatment in people with obesity whose natural signals for feeling full no longer work

Published on 28th November 2020
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Demand for renaming JNU: Here are some universities, colleges that have had their names changed

As we debate JNU's name change, let's look at a few other educational institutions across the globe who have had their names changed in the past 

Published on 17th November 2020
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Children and adults produce different types and amounts of antibodies against COVID-19: Study 

Compared with adults, children produced fewer antibodies against the virus's spike protein -- which the virus uses to infect human cells, according to the researchers

Published on 6th November 2020
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IIT Kharagpur to organise webinar to discuss education in post-NEP India

The webinar is going to witness deliberations from eminent academic experts and administrators from India and abroad and will set the platform for the development of policy recommendations

Published on 30th September 2020
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This Columbia grad's book makes applying to universities abroad and bagging a scholarship a tad easier

Consider Admitted: The Missing Guide to Craft a Winning Application & Study Abroad, as your friend, philosopher and guide that will help you through every hurdle that comes in the way of application 

Published on 1st September 2020
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Feeling blue for a while now? This Columbia grad and her counselling sessions can put you at ease

Hyderabad-based Samyuktha Annamraju, the founder of The Mind Tab, wants to offer people experienced, quality and personalised counselling which she hopes will set her apart from the rest

Published on 30th August 2020
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Coming of Ram Rajya means the implementation of the Indian Constitution: Subramanian Swamy

Swamy was in conversation with TNIE Editorial Director Prabhu Chawla, Prof Kapil Kapoor, Chairman, Indian Institute of Advanced Studies and Dr Kuldeep Ratnoo, Director, India Policy Foundation

Published on 4th August 2020
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Subramanian Swamy: Ambedkar was the finest Ram Bhakt and spokesperson of Hindutva

Ambedkar was the most articulate spokesperson of Hindutva but Nehru made him bitter over the years. I respect him a lot, added Swamy on TNIE's e-expressions

Published on 4th August 2020
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If alive, Siras would have laughed when SC decriminalised Section 377: Anish Gawande on translating the gay AMU professor's poems

Shrinivas Ramchandra Siras, a Marathi professor at the Aligarh Muslim University was humiliated and suspended for being gay. He died by suicide 10 years ago
 

Published on 22nd July 2020
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With USA asking international students to go back, will Indian students still apply to Ivy League schools this year?

With the US government asking international students to go back to their countries if the fall semester is held online, will Indian students still want that Harvard degree?

Published on 8th July 2020
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This Indian-origin US medical student's site tells stories of frontline workers who are battling COVID every single day

US-based Vibhu Krishna's work really took off on Instagram and has managed to get support from artists, other medicos and people who love reading these stories of pith, struggle and great moments

Published on 24th June 2020
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COVID-19 affecting sexual and reproductive health in young adults, says new study

While social disruption resulting from the pandemic affects young adults' sense of health and well-being, one positive aspect is that young adults are digital natives familiar with online platforms

Published on 19th June 2020
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US could've saved 36,000 lives if social distancing measure adopted earlier: Study

The US is the worst-hit country due to coronavirus. According to John Hopkins University data, there are 1,577,287 confirmed cases and 94,702 deaths

Published on 22nd May 2020
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Child's home environment can impact the risk of developing depression

Generally, the children in adopted homes showed lower risk, but whatever the setting, episodes of major depression in the parents meant the children were more susceptible to depression themselves

Published on 28th April 2020
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Researchers use Artificial Intelligence to predict drug response in lung cancer therapies

The purpose of the study was to train AI technologies to predict patients' responses to treatment thus allowing radiologists to deliver more accurate treatment efficacy at an early stage

Published on 22nd March 2020

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