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Learning English: What do words like 'fast-track', 'backtrack', 'back-pedal' mean?

To ‘fast-track’ means to accelerate or speed up the progress of something. The other words that can be used instead of ‘fast-track’ include hasten, quicken, rush and expedite

Published on 11th July 2020
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Wait till COVID-19 blows over, no need for 'quick-fix' exams: ABVP

ABVP said that any measure adopted as a "quick-fix solution" in the field of education without "ample" foresight could have "adverse" long term impact

Published on 6th July 2020
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Punjab govt starts research on effects of steroids, plasma therapy in COVID-19 patients

The deliberations by this group have gone a long way in improving the management of the patients and decreasing the mortality of the patients

Published on 19th June 2020
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Here's how the Q Series app is helping students learn by using quizzes as a medium

This latest app introduced by Q Collective offers students learning opportunities through smartly crafted quizzes that cover a range of informative and fun topics

Published on 10th June 2020
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The Bachendri Pal interview: Recalling how she braved odds to climb the mighty Mount Everest 

Bachendri Pal, the first Indian woman to scale the Mount Everest, takes us down memory lane to narrate instances from her childhood, developing a mountaineering spirit to serve people and help out

Published on 6th June 2020
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The Indian Navy's indigenously-made, breathable PPE kit 'NavRakshak' has brought new hopes to the medical world. Here's how

A pilot batch of PPE has already been produced at Naval Dockyard Mumbai. Innovation Cell, Institute of Naval Medicine, Mumbai, the Naval Dockyard Mumbai have collaborated to design and produce more

Published on 18th May 2020
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Panjab University launches two-day online teacher's training workshop to strengthen their bond with students

Dr Raj Kumar said that a teacher should always be ready to imbibe the changes happening in the society

Published on 9th May 2020
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Why the COVID-19 pandemic is a boon for trading education online like a commodity

Are market forces and tech companies using the ongoing COVID pandemic as a chance to peddle their wares to a country that is unprepared for it?

Published on 7th May 2020
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Three J-K photojournalists win 2020 Pulitzer Prize in feature photography

The journalist fraternity has also hailed the first Pulitzer winners from Jammu and Kashmir

Published on 5th May 2020
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The Lawrence School, Sanawar school oraganises fifth relief distribution camp

Officials from the school distributed dry ration bags to 30 stranded migrant workers from Nepal

Published on 4th May 2020
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AMU Students' Union Ex-Prez urges VC to donate Union funds to buy PPE, masks and kits

Since the AMUSU is not likely to have an elected body this year, he urged the VC to donate whatever is left in the funds — around Rs 26 lakh

Published on 24th April 2020
The e-book —  Don’t worry! Here’s how you can keep your mind fit during a pandemic — is available for free on Amazon and Kindle

This free e-book on mental health by Fortis Hospitals will help you deal with lockdown blues

Conceptualised by Dr Parikh with help from his team members, the e-book is available for free on Kindle and Amazon

Published on 24th April 2020
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Had trivial issues, happy with authorities' response: Resident doctors dismiss reports of strike

The doctors said in an official video that this was a critical time in the fight against the Coronavirus and that they were involved in continuous care

Published on 22nd April 2020
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Government amends Epidemic Act; attacking medics can cost up to seven years in jail

This move comes hours after Home Minister Amit Shah addressed Nina Medical Association through a video conference, assuring them of safety

Published on 22nd April 2020
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Hospital hopping in the age of corona: How Ujjal Karmakar, the second COVID-19 survivor from Kolkata, made it through

We spoke to Ujjal Karmakar, the second Coronavirus positive patient to have recovered in Kolkata. He tells us how he won over the deadly virus with the help of healthcare workers and will power

Published on 20th April 2020

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