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Why Robogyaan's DIY kits will give your kids the robotic push they all need to make one today

Guntur-based Robogyaan helps students pick up robotics easily via their simple kits. Their co-founder and CTO is Sai Saandeep Sadu and their mentor is Dr Hafeez Basha. Together, they make one team

Published on 1st July 2020
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Should distance learning be competitive or not?

Now, students admitted to open distance learning courses in conventional universities in the state will be permitted to complete their academic programmes as scheduled

Published on 27th June 2020
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Beyond corona: Will e-teaching become a part of the Indian educational system?

There is already a brewing revolt against online e-teaching with several teachers in Karnataka revolting against bullying by parents who get involved in their children’s e-classes

Published on 26th May 2020
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She’s got her rights, man! Does a woman lose her independence after getting married?

Does a woman lose her personal independence once married as Shakespeare implies or is she without a mind of her own and could be whimsical or be manipulated

Published on 7th March 2020
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NASA's orbiter sees no sign of Chandrayaan-2's Vikram Lander during second flyby

ISRO has been desperately searching for signs of life from Vikram, but it is increasingly seeming like there may be no hope left — especially as NASA's orbiter wasn't able to spot it

Published on 23rd October 2019
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Now, you can study AI at the world's first-ever graduate level, research-based AI university in Abu Dhabi

Over the next decade, AI is set to have a transformational impact on the global economy, with experts estimating that, by 2030, AI could contribute nearly $16 trillion to the global economy

Published on 17th October 2019
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Chandrayaan 2 update: NASA's lunar orbiter captures images of Moon landing site, but Vikram lander not spotted yet

The lander was expected to make a soft landing at Moon's south pole on September 7, but it agonisingly fell short from a meagre distance of 2.1 km

Published on 20th September 2019
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NASA scientists analyse lunar images from orbiter to search for lander Vikram

A NASA statement carried a note of caution saying that when the LRO flew over the Vikram landing the "local lunar time was near dusk; large shadows covered much of the area"

Published on 19th September 2019
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Why Indian students will want to study at Newcastle University

Naomi Oosman-Watts talks us through the wide array of educational opportunities available at the prestigious university!

Published on 11th September 2019
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Moon may have more frozen water than previously thought

The potential ice deposits are found in craters near the poles of both Moon and Mercury, said the study published in the journal Nature Geoscience

Published on 5th August 2019
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How about sports and dance combined? The unique art form of Dance Sport could soon be a part of the Special Olympics

Dance Sport includes traditional forms of ballroom dance like waltz, cha-cha, samba and folk dances from different countries

Published on 31st January 2019
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Rent a Boyfriend App: Are we seriously hanging 'For Rent’ signboards on people too now?

Can a boyfriend on rent cure mental health problems like depression?

Published on 2nd September 2018
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Student protestors in Bangladesh clash with police over demands of safer roads, stricter traffic rules

In order to prevent the students from getting out and staging a protest, the police kept hurling tear gas shells on the road in front of the university

Published on 6th August 2018
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Forget Cinderella, these 5 books tell kids it's okay for boys to cry and girls to be strong 

Alishya Almeida and Meghna Chaudhury started writing five books that do not pander to any stereotypes 

Published on 13th June 2018
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Meet the man who's trying to save one lakh trees by getting schools to use his eco-friendly pencils

From bamboo toothbrush to pencils from recycled newspaper, Rajesh Singh's GoGraameen is empowering traditional artisans with their eco-friendly products

Published on 21st May 2018

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