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When are India's top universities fully reopening? Update on protest-ridden JNU, PU, Jamia, JU here

Students across all universities raise a valid question—when almost everything else has reopened, why are the universities still on lockdown?

Published on 16th September 2021
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NCRB Report 2020: There were 26,000 fewer crimes against children in 2020, owing to the pandemic

The Coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown resulted in a drop in traditional crimes like theft, robbery, and assault on women and children in 2020, but there was a drastic jump in disobedience

Published on 15th September 2021
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Amid massive COVID surge, Nipah also arrives in Kerala as 12-year-old boy succumbs to virus

A central team is in Kozhikode and is covering the areas which have now been kept under lockdown, especially the neighbourhood of the dead boy

Published on 6th September 2021
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Bombay High Court issued notice to Centre and Maharashtra govt on plea to include sale of books as essential services

Alcohol had been considered even during the last year's lockdown, why had the state and the central authorities have not included the sale of books in the list of essential services, asked the plea

Published on 3rd September 2021
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Students suicides are seeing a worrying increase in Japan. Here's what schools are doing about it

Students have felt lonely during the lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic, when they were forced away from schools. The education board has introduced an app to map the 'weather of the heart'

Published on 26th August 2021
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Why everyone loves Mangaluru architecture student Frizzell D'Souza's music and lyrics

Architecture student and independent artist and songwriter Frizzell D'Souza speaks to us about how she cut three singles and how lockdown helped her speed up the process of writing songs

Published on 11th August 2021
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Will the COVID-19 lockdowns push human trafficking survivors back into the traffickers' den?

While a major section of the lower-income group is stuck in a debt trap due to the pandemic and the lockdown and its effects, the threat on these survivors is high

Published on 30th July 2021
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Caught on Video: DU staff manhandles students on hunger strike protesting high fees amid pandemic

The issue is not new. The students have been asking the university to reduce fees by exempting library and maintenance fees since the first lockdown was implemented

Published on 12th July 2021
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Karnataka colleges gear up to welcome students as restrictions ease

The college managements are also advising students to bring their own water bottles and not to share food with others

Published on 24th July 2021
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University students faced significant learning loss due to COVID-19 pandemic: Survey

The learning loss due to the digital divide, slow governance, pre-existing capacity deficits, longer lockdowns than most countries, and online teaching/learning content.

Published on 19th July 2021
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SC seeks records of representation to Govt in plea seeking equal participation of students with disabilities in online exams

It asked to prevent discrimination against students with disabilities by issuing an advisory with regards to conducting online classes during the lockdown period

Published on 5th July 2021
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With COVID restrictions relaxed, life is almost normal in Tamil Nadu

The months of May and June saw a surge in coronavirus infections after the Assembly polls in April this year and the DMK government imposed the lockdown

Published on 5th July 2021
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Social workers launch daily tuition classes for tribal children in TN

Many of the students in the hamlet have dropped out due to the lockdown while some have even forgotten the names of teachers and their schools

Published on 3rd July 2021
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The 7 Sins of Being A Mother: Tahira Kashyap Khurrana announces new book on motherhood

Last year, the filmmaker had released 12 Commandments of Being A Woman, which she finished writing during the Coronavirus-induced lockdown

Published on 20th June 2021
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The new Delta variant infections double every 11 days in England, finds study

The findings come days after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a month-long delay to an end to lockdown restrictions

Published on 17th June 2021

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