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WHO urges Southeast Asia region members to bolster essential health services hit by COVID-19

The World Health Organization on Thursday urged the member nations of its southeast Asia region to maintain essential health services and accelerate resumption of healthcare facilities

Published on 6th August 2020
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NEP 2020: Students will now receive breakfast in school in addition to mid-day meals

The policy noted that morning hours after a nutritious breakfast can be particularly productive for the study of cognitively more demanding subjects

Published on 2nd August 2020
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The future of law in India: Why 94% believe research and analytics is the top skill a lawyer needs

The University has conducted a survey to ‘decode’ the next generation of legal professionals and the impact increasing digitisation will have on law practice in India

Published on 28th July 2020
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This India-Pakistan art collective is trying to prompt conversations across borders

The Pind Collective aims to showcase the stories and artwork of young artists from both sides of the border in an attempt to shed their differences

Published on 27th July 2020
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Mia Khalifa and Osama in the classroom: How to deal with student bullies tormenting teachers in online classes

The videos of students bullying teachers during online classes have gone viral on Youtube and other social media platforms

Published on 27th July 2020
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Wearables like Fitbit may help detect COVID-19, track those who test positive

Participants can use the app to provide information on geographic location, mood, and mental health in addition to COVID-19 symptoms and a diagnosis if they have tested positive for the disease

Published on 26th July 2020
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Think less, think right: Sister Shivani on how to ease mental health woes during the pandemic

Sister Shivani was in conversation with Prabhu Chawla and Kaveree Bamzai during E-Expressions

Published on 25th July 2020
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Maharashtra Youth Congress President writes to Ram Nath Kovind seeking cancellation of final year university exams

Students from all over Maharashtra are despairing over the HRD Ministry and UGC's insistence on conducting the exams, despite 300,000 cases being from the state

Published on 22nd July 2020
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How this 28-year-old Mumbai artist is dealing with her own anxiety, helping others through her quirky, relatable illustrations on Instagram

Pranita's series Surviving Anxiety is one of the most interesting ones you would come across and it is purely based on her real-life experiences. She tells us more

Published on 21st July 2020
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Migrant workers turn to agriculture, start own businesses as lockdowns end, find career counsellors as support

The question varied from job search to getting back to their workplace safe to even mental health issues and the AVSAR is helping them find an answer

Published on 19th July 2020
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Why is the JNU VC lying, asks JNUSU ahead of intense Twitter campaign against online exams

The Students' Union alleged that the Vice-Chancellor has been lying about the status of online examinations and online classes

Published on 21st July 2020
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HRD announces guidelines for online classes by schools, recommends cap on screen time for students

The guidelines include eight steps of online or digital learning — plan, review, arrange, guide, talk, assign, track and appreciate

Published on 15th July 2020
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India's researchers to set up peer counselling network, as depression, student suicides see a steep rise

In 2020 alone, five suicide deaths and one suicide attempt were reported in IITs. In the last week, an IIT Gandhinagar researcher ended her life

Published on 14th July 2020
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66 children have died by suicide since March 25 in Kerala, govt launches tele-consultation

Health Minister K K Shailaja said under the psychosocial support assistance, her department has so far reached out to 68,814 children and 10,890 children have been given counselling

Published on 12th July 2020
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Study shows short walks near water bodies could benefit mental health in addition to physical well-being

Numerous ISGlobal studies have identified health benefits associated with green spaces, including a lower risk of obesity, better attention capacities in children, and slower physical decline in older

Published on 12th July 2020

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