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#CAB2019: Why students across the country are coming together to oppose the Citizenship Amendment Bill
Many student bodies also issued statements against the Bill prior to its passing but many came out to the roads today, to show their disapproval of the Bill.
Rakesh Dhannarapu did his Master's thesis on averting aviation bottlenecks, which also explored how we can optimise airport functions to speed up the process for flyers
The CTET exam will be held on December 8, 2019, in 110 centres across India. Approximately, 14 lakh candidates appear every year for the examination, out of which only a small percentage qualify
The initiative was supported by CanSupport, an NGO that runs India's largest free home-based palliative care programme for cancer patients and their families
Attention engineering graduates, this Re 1 course will take you one step closer to your dream IT job!
The 72-hour placement training online course by Faceprep aims to tackle dismal placement figures by making individuals job-ready by equipping them with the necessary skills
The CEO of AttainU speaks about how it became one of the biggest online Engineering platforms in the country and why their results are getting more and more unbeatable by the day
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
The child activist returned from France on Thursday where she participated in a summit to tackle global warming
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
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"
ISRO lost contact 1 km above the lunar surface, minutes before the planned touch-down on the Moon. Efforts to re-establish the link have been going on since then
This Andhra girl joined PM Modi for the Chandrayaan-2 launch but her school has no drinking water or playground
With no purified drinking water facility in the school, students drink running water which is also used for washrooms
Several placards and banners were seen in pictures, including 'Delhi is with ISRO, Delhi is proud of ISRO'
The lander was expected to make a soft landing at Moon's south pole between on Saturday morning, but it agonisingly fell short from a meagre distance of 2.1 km
Chandrayaan-2 missed creating history: How successful were other countries in their missions to the Moon?
From 1958 to 2019, India, as well as the United States, the USSR, Japan, China and Israel, launched different lunar missions — all kinds like orbiters, landers and flyby
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