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The study, published in the journal Health Systems, showed that each infected student allowed to return home would produce, on average, 0.94 secondary infections.
Gowri M N, who is said to be the only professional woman sand art sculptor in India speaks about her journey in sand art and Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum that attracts many tourists
Fourteen-year-old Tanvi Arvind's start-up TechEdEn is upskilling senior citizens by teaching them how to operate their smart devices
The Legacy of Rohith Vemula: Five years since the scholar’s death, how student lives and colleges have been impacted across India
Student leaders across the country speak about how Vemula’s unfortunate demise influenced and shaped their politics and how things have changed on campus since then
For patients with the most severe forms of COVID-19, mechanical ventilation is often the only way to keep them alive
We are challenging nature fundamentally: In conversation with Infosys Prize winner Prof Arindam Ghosh and Prof Srinivas Kulkarni
Scientific temper has changed since the pandemic hit. More people are interested in it and more people know about scientists. The news is talking about them. But does this really help?
Bhubaneswar Poetry Club (BPC) is a treasure trove of poets who know their craft or are getting there. We speak to four budding poets from and learn how the group has helped them out when they need it
Former JNUSU president enters his 'locked' hostel room on return, varsity slaps fine for 'illegal entry'
Former JNUSU president N Sai Balaji was asked to pay a fine of Rs 500 for allegedly breaking the double lock of his room
Here's why author and illustrator Niveditha Subramaniam feels illustrations bring life to stories for children
Niveditha Subramaniam is a children's author and illustrator from Chennai. We find out more about her books, illustrations, how she engages children and a lot more
Rural connect: How Pradeep Lokhande has been working for education and employment in India's villages for three decades
Pune-based Pradeep Lokhande and his story is worth recounting at regular intervals to remember that India resides in its villages and it's there that we have to work the hardest. Read on for more
TN government reopens schools for Class 10, 12 students from January 19: Only 25 students in a classroom
The Department of Health will be providing vitamin and zinc tablets to all students to ensure that their immunity levels are high
The students who couldn’t pay their fees for the monsoon semester 2020 have allegedly been de-enrolled
Patients reported better symptom control and physical wellbeing in the early weeks of treatment, with the system preventing symptom deterioration in about 9 per cent of patients after 12 weeks
Persuasion skills are important not only for leaders and marketing people but also for everyone who wants to change preconceived notions or ideas of people they relate with
The Jersey Cow not only has no respect or emotion, but they also have no gold in their milk so it's not yellowish in colour
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