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Sridhar Vembu

In about a year, I will refuse to participate in Zoom meetings: Zoho Corp's Sridhar Vembu

Aatmanirbhar Bharat comes from the issue of imbalance. we consume a lot of technologically-advanced goods that we don't have the capacity to produce, said Sridhar Vembu

Published on 5th December 2020
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With 36,652 new COVID-19 cases, India crosses 96-lakh mark in the last 24 hours

India's active caseload was 4.35 per cent of the total number of cases as on Friday. The last time the daily new cases crossed the 50,000-threshold was on November 7

Published on 5th December 2020
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Study finds chronic kidney disease is leading risk factor for hospitalisation from COVID-19

COVID-19 patients with end-stage renal disease were 11 times more likely to be admitted to the hospital than patients without kidney disease

Published on 4th December 2020
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The sudden death of an 80-year-old on the road led these Telangana school girls to build GPS walking stick for elderly

The three young innovators worked under the guidance of their Zilla Parishad school teachers. They designed and developed a prototype of the walking stick in four months

Published on 4th December 2020
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This robot by Kerala students can deliver meds, food to COVID-19 patients and disinfect itself

The robot named 'Humbot' can distribute medicines and foods to a minimum of six COVID-19 patients in a single round inside a COVID-19 ward and disinfect itself before returning to a health worker

Published on 3rd December 2020
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Five college students die, one critically injured after truck collides with car in Assam 

The six victims, students of Nabin Chandra College of Badarpur, were returning to their homes in Alto after completing their morning shift study

Published on 2nd December 2020
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Five students barred from TN medical admission after doubts raised over nativity certificates

According to the Selection Committee data, 406 MBBS seats were allotted in government medical colleges, and 23 in self-financing medical colleges

Published on 2nd December 2020
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UK first country to approve Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, rollout in days 

The government has formally accepted the recommendation from the MHRA, which means the two-dose vaccine can be injected into arms of high-risk categories within days

Published on 2nd December 2020
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59% of Indians sceptical about COVID-19 vaccine, won't rush to take it: Survey

With the possibility of an affordable vaccine by February 2021, a survey was conducted by 'LocalCircles' to understand the hesitancy levels

Published on 2nd December 2020
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Research shows UVC lighting could be solution to kill aerosolised Covid-19 in enclosed environments

Infection controls focus on a combination of personal hygiene and the correct use of personal protective equipment, which has been in short supply in many countries

Published on 2nd December 2020
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Bengaluru medical colleges resume class but with 60% attendance

Theory classes will be held in a blended mode with both online and offline classes. The class load will also be halved

Published on 2nd December 2020
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With colleges gearing up to reopen, hostels used as COVID care centres returned to admins

As the final year students of all streams of UG courses are going to return to the colleges from December 7, the work of cleaning the hostels are on

Published on 1st December 2020
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World AIDS Day: How Girish Kulkarni has been working to educate kids born to HIV parents in red light areas

Girish Kulkarni 's organisation, Snehalaya has been a home to over one lakh people who suffered from the disease and children whose future can be bright if we work in their interest

Published on 1st December 2020
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World AIDS Day: Meet KG Murali, whom several HIV+ kids in Krishnagiri fondly call 'appa'

K G Murali shares his  journey of setting up Children of Krishnagiri and happiness of being called Appa and his wife as Amma by 200 kids who would have otherwise been orphans and died from HIV

Published on 1st December 2020
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Researchers find that deep learning model can predict breast cancer risk

Currently available risk assessment models incorporate only a small fraction of patient data such as family history, prior breast biopsies, and hormonal and reproductive history

Published on 30th November 2020

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