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COVID-19: IIITM-Kerala develops information dashboard for state govt to identify stock, demand, supply of essential items
It maps major wholesale and retail traders dealing in essential commodities across all districts, and will capture and analyse their daily stock position and demand
Zomato begins grocery delivery in 80 Indian cities, extends paid Gold memberships by two months for free
The food delivery platform has extended all paid Zomato Gold memberships by two months at zero cost. This will be valid across India, the UAE, Australia, Indonesia, and a few more countries
UVC system is a proven technology to sanitise the microorganism infected non-porous surface. 90 per cent killing rate can be achieved by UVC
The report revealed that 61 per cent of respondents feel well-protected against ID theft but 63 per cent would have no idea what to do in case of identity theft
The teen chess wizards R Praggnanandhaa, D Gukesh and P Iniyan are looking to make optimum use of the time available and work on their games.
In the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, he has single-handedly managed to collect food and aid materials worth more than Rs 4 million, which has benefitted over 6,000 families
Along with Anand, India's men and women champions such Koneru Humpy, P. Harikrishna, B. Adhiban, Vidit Gujrathi and Dronavalli Harika will play against global chess fans and players
IIT Madras researchers develop algorithms to detect disease-causing dysfunctional proteins, genes in biological networks
The IIT Madras team comprehensively analysed existing module identification algorithms and developed an improved system that achieved 50 per cent performance improvement
Students across all ten campuses of IIHM had the unique opportunity to watch Chef Brar at work
Will student protests across the country pick up where they left off after the COVID-19 lockdown ends?
Students of several universities across the country were protesting for various issues, right before the pandemic hit the world. What will happen to them now?
How red tape, government delays have left biotech start-ups struggling to ramp up their war against COVID-19
We speak to a few research labs and institutes about how recent restrictions have come in the way of stellar innovation that could help contain the Coronavirus outbreak
Nikhil Sikri, Founder of Zolo Stays speaks about the quality co-living spaces they provide for students at reasonable rates across different cities in India including Bengaluru, Hyderabad and others
Two patients and a staff member of the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) have so far tested positive for coronavirus at the medical facility
Dharavi, the largest slum in the world, houses more than 2,000 potter families, who make diyas for the entire country
IIT Roorkee's 'Prana-Vayu', a closed-loop ventilator can be useful for COVID-19 patients. Here's why
The automated process controls the pressure and flow rates in the inhalation and exhalation lines. Besides, the ventilator has feedback that can control tidal volume and breathe per minute
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