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Anna University VC M K Surappa on corruption charges: I am being crucified for standing by the truth

Professor M K Surappa is currently facing a probe on grounds of corruption. There are ongoing protests seeking his resignation and suspension

Published on 24th November 2020
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Delayed news about financial support for govt school medical aspirants crushes TN student's dreams

Seventeen-year-old Thanga Petchi scored 155 in her maiden NEET attempt. She secured 438th rank in the merit list released under the 7.5 per cent horizontal reservation

Published on 23rd November 2020
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Iraq government takes steps to fill the education gap in the country, will build 7,000 schools

Iraq suffers from a shortage of schools due to years of wars, conflicts, and corruption that have severely damaged educational institutions

Published on 23rd November 2020
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US colleges urged to make COVID testing available to students before leaving for Thanksgiving holiday

In addition, the Governor has recommended that colleges and universities must complete their fall semesters by expanding remote instruction, enabling more students to learn from home

Published on 19th November 2020
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With turmoil in Akshaya Patra ranks, will the midday meals they serve in 19,000 schools be affected?

The Akshaya Patra Foundation is a public-private organisation formed in the year 2000 by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness to provide mid-day meals to the government school kids

Published on 18th November 2020
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Union Edu Min Ramesh Pokhriyal launches AICTE's innovative education programme to empower women

Speaking at the event, the education minister emphasised on the necessity to impart quality education to our daughters to make them self-reliant, confident and successful

Published on 18th November 2020
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SC asks Centre to use its power against fake news, warns they will hand it to an outside agency otherwise

The Chief Justice told the Centre why should the court refer to NBSA (News Broadcasters Association), and others when the Centre has the authority to look into it

Published on 17th November 2020
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How Pamban's Kadal Osai is helping the fisherfolk listen to the true sound of the ocean and save the environment

Gayathri Usman, the current programme head of the Kadal Osai 90.4 FM joined the station. Gayathri had come to Ramanathapuram for a brief visit when she came to know about the community radio

Published on 16th November 2020
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Kabul University attack mastermind arrested

In a Facebook post, Saleh said the suspect, Adil, a resident of Panjshir province, was recruited by Sanaullah, a member of the Haqqani Network terror group, TOLO News reported

Published on 14th November 2020
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US Presidential Elections 2020: Looking at the lingos and chunky musings that followed

Looking at various thought-provoking tweets by the President-elect and hilarious tweets by the Twitterati reacting to the election results was a pleasant experience

Published on 14th November 2020
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Kabul education centre reopens three weeks after a deadly attack claimed 43 lives

The Kawsar-e-Danesh tutoring centre was attacked on October 24. Teachers on Thursday said the students returned to their classes with more commitment, but they have not forgotten the attack

Published on 13th November 2020
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Fluvoxamine may prevent serious illness in COVID patients: Washington University study

Fluvoxamine is used commonly to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), social anxiety disorder and depression, the study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, reported

Published on 13th November 2020
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People from Black, Asian communities at larger risk of contracting Coronavirus, finds UK study

Researchers at the universities of Leicester and Nottingham find that black people are twice as likely to contract COVID-19 as white people, and people from Asian backgrounds

Published on 13th November 2020
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Over 920,000 children in the US have tested positive for COVID-19 

The data published by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Children's Hospital Association on Thursday said that a total of 73,883 new child cases were reported

Published on 13th November 2020
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Prioritising ideology over national interest has harmed democracy: PM Modi at JNU's statue unveiling

Talking about India's new NEP 2020, PM Modi said: Swami Vivekananda wanted that education in the country should be such that it provides self-confidence to individuals

Published on 12th November 2020

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