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Hijab row at university college Mangaluru: Two Muslim girls students take NOCs, one takes TC

The NOC will enable the students to join other undergraduate colleges. They will be issued a TC when any other college approves their admission

Published on 23rd June 2022
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Why has COVID vaccination of teenagers in Odisha slowed down? 

Director of Family Welfare and Nodal Officer of COVID vaccination, Dr Bijay Panigrahi, admitted that the daily vaccination has come down from a range of 1.5 lakh last month to around 50,000 now

Published on 16th April 2022
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What the FAQ: The United States may declare Rohingya crisis a genocide. What does this mean?

While the military operation was underway, a huge number of civilian posts appeared on Facebook calling for murder and violence against the Rohingyas

Published on 21st March 2022
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Court questions K'taka govt on the need to comment on Article 25 and hijab if GO was innocuous

The Advocate General presented arguments on behalf of the state on Day 6 of the hearing in the hijab controversy. He says 'hijab is not an essential religious practice; will elaborate on Monday'

Published on 18th February 2022
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What happened on February 7: Disney's Pinocchio premieres and the state of Mississippi finally outlaws slavery

The 1940 animated film adaptation of the novel is also one of its best-loved. Pinocchio is a lesson in life. Also, the creator of a whole loved of beloved characters was born today

Published on 7th February 2022
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Medical university students seek President's permission for euthanasia

The students are troubled by the closure of their university that has been de-recognised by the Medical Council of India

Published on 2nd February 2022
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Will the school made famous by Aamir Khan's 3 Idiots finally receive the CBSE affiliation it has been pining for?

"We are hoping that we will get the affiliation this year and there will be no more hurdles,” said Mingur Agmo, Principal, Druk Padma Karpo School

Published on 24th January 2022
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National Award-winning teacher in Pune claims innocence after allegations of financial misconduct against him surface

"I worked here with honesty and with a vision to transform the school but an attempt is being made to make me a scapegoat," the teacher said

Published on 22nd December 2021
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Vaccination facilities available for final year students to get inoculated before entering college: Kerala Health Minister

The health minister said that all final year students should take at least one dose of the COVID vaccine before entering college

Published on 9th September 2021
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Cuba is first off the mark to inoculate two-year-old children against COVID-19; to administer home-grown vaccine

Cuba is also the first Latin American country to develop a successful COVID vaccine; it is, however, not recognised by the WHO

Published on 7th September 2021
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Tamil Nadu to totally inoculate school, college staff by September 5

More than 90 per cent of the teachers and non-teaching staff of schools and colleges in the state have been administered a minimum of one dose of vaccine

Published on 29th August 2021
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Learning lessons, not from textbook, but hard-knock life: The life of a child labourer in India

With the pandemic running into its second year, social workers said that financial situations in many rural families had worsened. Several parents were forced to send their wards to daily-wage works

Published on 27th August 2021
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Experts recommend inoculating children and teens as early as possible

Experts opine that children in the 15 to 17 age group should be inoculated in the first round after conducting trials

Published on 21st June 2021
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Two 20-year-olds from Rourkela have decided to make digitising restaurants their mission

And, they are going to do it for free in the year 2021. This is how the cookie crumbles at TechnoCrat, the latest FoodTech start-up to emerge out of Odisha. We find out more about it

Published on 16th June 2021
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Monoclonal antibody therapy is safe, helps prevent serious illness for transplant patients with mild COVID, finds study

The study is important because transplant patients who are infected with COVID-19 have a higher risk of severe illness and death

Published on 10th June 2021

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