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JAIN University to host Khelo India University Games in 2022, minister checks preparedness

KIUG was launched in 2018 with an aim to tap the growing sports talent in college and university campuses to represent India in international sports events like the Olympics

Published on 20th October 2021
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What happened on October 9: The day Malala's voice reached the world, and Lennon had his first cry

The Nobel Peace Prize was announced on October 8. Incidentally, today happens to be the day when two people the world associates with the word 'peace', marked significant events

Published on 9th October 2021
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What happened on October 8: Che Guevara was captured, an earthquake hit Kashmir

This day in history is remembered as a black day by many as the two events that took place on October 8    are marred by death and destruction

Published on 8th October 2021
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There were days when I would just weep: How medico P Srija found the will to become Telangana's UPSC topper in 2021

P Srija, who bagged AIR 20 rank and topped UPSC in Telangana, gets talking about all the events that led up to where she is standing now

Published on 1st October 2021
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Students in Vietnam head back to school amid worst COVID-19 wave yet

Another 13 localities chose to postpone their back-to-school events while six others, including the current COVID-19 hotspot Ho Chi Minh City in southern Vietnam, cancelled the event

Published on 5th September 2021
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Indian astronomers part of team spotting unique Gamma-ray burst

GRBs are the most powerful events in the universe, detectable across billions of light-years. Astronomers classify them as long or short on whether the event lasts for more or less than two seconds

Published on 27th July 2021
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If we join hands, we can genuinely fight anything: Bhumi Pednekar on TNIE's COVID Think Tank

In a conversation with Author and Senior Journalist Kaveree Bamzai, as part of The New Indian Express' COVID Think Tank, she recalled these events

Published on 15th June 2021
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China's new generation meteorological satellite to be used for environment and disaster monitoring

The new satellite will further strengthen China's observation and response capability of small and medium scale disaster events and provide information security services for a range of sectors

Published on 3rd June 2021
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We cannot afford to lose it: Gharana Fusion on art of taking India to the world through folk and ethno fusion music

Using unique instruments, rare stage acts and ethnic attire, this three-piece band has performed at several prestigious national and international events and use every opportunity to promote Indian cu

Published on 21st May 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: Commonwealth Games 2010, a colossal disaster for India

In today's #TBT, we recall a rather embarrassing series of events for India that transpired during the Commonwealth Games held in India and how heads began to roll due to the corruption scandal

Published on 26th April 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: The first time TikTok was banned in India and Madras High Court's role behind it

In today's #TBT, we remind you about the first time the talks of TikTok began for the inappropriate content that it might be showing. This is how the events unfolded back in the year 2019

Published on 24th April 2021
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As COVID-19 puts a dent in extracurriculars, Kerala SSLC, +2 students might lose out on grace marks

Students appearing for national-level events like the Republic Day parade or quiz and science fairs are also awarded grace marks ranging from five to 15 per cent for national-level events

Published on 22nd April 2021
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Scientists show technology can save people from shark bites

The research shows that while shark bites are rare events, strategies to reduce shark-bite risk are also valuable because they can severely affect victims and their support groups

Published on 31st March 2021
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Scientists predict deadly heat waves will become more common in South Asia

Scientists have said that such an increase in extreme heat events can create unsafe labour conditions in major crop producing parts of India

Published on 25th March 2021
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Ashoka Univ students charge Founders-admin for failing to protect faculty from "external pressures"

Immediately after Mehta's resignation, the students and faculty had demanded transparency from the Founders and university administration on the events that unfolded

Published on 24th March 2021

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