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Nirmala Prasad

A loss to education, womankind: Former MOP Principal Nirmala Prasad passes away, tributes pour in

When Nirmala entered MOP, the institute was only five years old. Prior to that, she worked in Ethiraj for almost two decades  

Published on 5th December 2019
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AI-enabled tool developed to detect heart attacks, says international study

The ML algorithm is able to pull out patterns in the data and predict that patients with certain patterns are more likely to have an adverse event like a heart attack

Published on 26th June 2019
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Aspirin use may cut death risk in severe COVID-19 patients

To conduct the study, the research team culled through the medical records of 412 COVID-19 patients, age of 55 on average, who were hospitalised over the past few months

Published on 23rd October 2020
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Auto driver dies of heart attack after being assaulted by school students in Chennai

Doctors said he suffered a heart attack due to the assault, said a police officer. The autorickshaw was later found abandoned at Alapakkam

Published on 25th September 2019
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Being Greta Thunberg: How Bengaluru's young climate warriors are actually pretty eco-savvy already

Why do we need to start acting today to save Earth? Some of the youngsters who are working for the cause of climate change speak about the changes they have adopted to reduce the carbon footprint

Published on 2nd October 2019
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COVID-19 can cause dangerous cardiovascular complications

The study says that much attention has been paid to the breathing complications of COVID-19, but less has been said about the cardiovascular complications that can lead to death or lasting impairment

Published on 18th May 2020
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Culture machine lets women leave for their periods: Digital media company's HR bosslady says that male employees loved the idea!

Culture Machine, which is also the parent company of Chennai's PutChutney has decided to give their women employees an off on the first day of their period, an option available on leave applications

Published on 4th July 2017
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Drinking sugary drinks daily may be linked to a higher risk of cardiovascular disease in women: Study

The new research was published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, an open-access journal of the American Heart Association

Published on 13th May 2020
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Duty of the government to find a way out: Calcutta HC asks Mamata govt to file affidavit on doctors' strike in a week

The court also reminded the striking doctors of the "Hippocratic Oath" they take to ensure the welfare of all patients

Published on 14th June 2019
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Everyday Sheroes: Meet Tabassum Banu, a single mother and a proficient tailor from Bengaluru

In our run-up to Int'l Women's Day 2020, we have curated this series of stories of women who aren't extraordinary — but our world may just stop going around smoothly if they decided to call it a day

Published on 7th March 2020
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Finding Punjab's lost sons: How PDAP is trying to bring closure to families after three decades

Satnam Singh Bains and Jaswant Kaur, human rights activists and members of the Punjab Documentation and Advocacy Project about their findings on the mass illegal executions that happened in Punjab 

Published on 31st May 2019
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Government School in Panangur Village is a breeding ground for mosquitoes. How are students supposed to study?

The buildings of a panchayat union school in a village near Perambalur have been in a dilapidated condition for the past six decades

Published on 11th October 2017
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Greek study wants you to quit junk food, go leafy to cut heart attack risk

The report from Harokopio University tracked the eating habits and development of heart disease among more that 2000 Greek adults for a period of 10 years

Published on 20th March 2020
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Here are the five signs of exam stress that you must not ignore

Now that the exam season is around the corner, watch out for these signs of exams stress. Also, here's how you can cope up

Published on 18th February 2019
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How Dakshin Foundation is collaborating with grassroots NGOs to help migrant fishermen get home

This Bengaluru-based Foundation has been working with stakeholders of the fishing community for many years. Now, with the support of national networks, they are working to keep these families safe

Published on 1st May 2020

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