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Dialysis patients at greater risk of COVID-19 infection, says a John Hopkins study

The researchers reported that 15 of the 32 residents (47 per cent) on dialysis tested positive while only 22 of the other 138 residents (16 per cent) did

Published on 27th August 2020
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After Universities, now 17 US states sue Trump Administration's international student ban

The rule has been criticized by states and educational institutions as a way to pressure colleges and universities to reopen their campuses with in-person classes during the pandemic

Published on 14th July 2020
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Scientists probe Jupiter's violent storms, lightning strikes

Three years of imaging observations using the international Gemini Observatory have probed deep into Jupiter's cloud tops

Published on 8th May 2020
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Coronavirus vaccines are moving towards clinical trials, promises several biotech companies in the US

In normal circumstances, vaccine development would take around 10 years. But the pharmaceutical industry is racing to compress this timeline with the support of non-profit organisations and others

Published on 9th April 2020
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US supermarket uses delivery robots amid pandemic

These devices, which resemble a portable refrigerator with six wheels, deliver the orders their customers make through a mobile application in one hour, although they also accept email orders

Published on 9th April 2020
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Indian embassy in US starts free Hindi classes for Americans, foreign nationals

The free Hindi classes would be imparted by Moxraj, a teacher of Indian Culture at the embassy, from January 16, the Indian Embassy said on Monday

Published on 14th January 2020
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Life in a mandala: How Sangeeta Prayaga got her circular groove back

Sangeeta Prayaga who makes beautiful mandalas and posts them on her Instagram handle has over 6,000 followers

Published on 9th October 2019
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Facebook, Microsoft and MIT join hands to fight 'deepfakes'

The "Deepfake Detection Challenge" will include a data set and leaderboard, as well as grants and awards, to spur the industry to create new ways of detecting

Published on 6th September 2019
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NASA finally assembles Hubble's successor James Webb Space Telescope to explore cosmos

NASA's most powerful and complex space telescope has now been mechanically connected. The next step will be to electrically connect the two halves and test the electrical connections

Published on 29th August 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 Akshar Foundation is keeping kids away from child labour 

On World Day against Child Labour, read how an innovative young couple is allowing children to revolutionise the education system by working as teachers

Published on 12th June 2019
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Indian students are flocking Kentucky universities, says DHS report

These varsities alongside offering full-time, on-campus undergraduate, and graduate degrees, also offer master's programs with mostly online curricula

Published on 8th February 2019
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AP govt urges Sushma Swaraj to help detained Telegu students part of the 'fake' Farmington University in US

Kambhampati Rammohan Rao, Special Representative of AP in Delhi, wrote to Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj and Kenneth Juster, the US Ambassador to India

Published on 1st February 2019
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Meet Pune's first female all-terrain vehicle rider who is breaking gender stereotypes 

Sayali Dhale is a final year Mechanical Engineering student, is a part of Team Nemesis Racing, a motorsport team from the College of Engineering, Pune that designs and fabricates ATVs

Published on 13th June 2018
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Indian-American Karthik Nemmani wins Scripps National Spelling Bee contest

But Nemmani, who was competing at his first national bee, displayed the poise of a veteran, seeming to sail through his words: "condottiere" (knight or roving soldier available for hire), "miarolitic"

Published on 1st June 2018

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