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Indian among seven youth leaders to invigorate the UN's climate plans

Archana Soreng is experienced in advocacy and research, and she is working to document, preserve, and promote traditional knowledge and cultural practices of indigenous communities

Published on 28th July 2020
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Google launches non-profit collaborative fund to address missing data for key research

The fund aims to unlock the power of machine learning by providing data scientists, researchers, and social entrepreneurs in low- and middle-income communities around the world

Published on 25th July 2020
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Horrifying and Cruel: American academicians, lawmakers slam ICE's move to send back foreign students

US Senator Elizabeth Warren tweeted that kicking international students out of the US during a global pandemic because their colleges are moving classes online for physical distancing hurts students

Published on 7th July 2020
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Your friendly neighbourhood dashboard 'Solve Ninja' has made access to local shops easier amid lockdown in Bengaluru

Reap Benefits, a social enterprise in Bengaluru has developed a neighbourhood dashboard that can easily help you find local shops, pharmacies, medical clinics, COVID-19 test centres amid the lockdown

Published on 14th May 2020
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COVID-19 pandemic: Google is empowering female Internet saathis in India

The COVID-19 pandemic began spreading across Asia Pacific in January, affecting millions of people directly

Published on 6th May 2020
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Virginia juvenile detention center new coronavirus hotspot 

Children's rights advocates and health experts have warned state officials for weeks that it was just a matter of time before the virus took off inside juvenile facilities

Published on 18th April 2020
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Facebook expands Community Help feature for COVID-19 efforts

The social networking giant is starting to roll it out in the US, the UK, France, Australia and Canada in the next few days

Published on 1st April 2020
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Indian-origin dean of Harvard Business School to step down in June 2020 

Nitin Nohria was the first Indian-origin academician to helm the prestigious business school

Published on 7th November 2019
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This team of health experts have designed an app to train primary health care providers to detect and screen cancer

Regi Jacob, a co-investigator for the M-Onco Ed app speaks about how it educates doctors on how to detect cancer before it is too late to treat it

Published on 2nd October 2019
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The Swadeshi Science Movement has been on a mission to create scientific minds across India

The Swadeshi Science Movement has been working to bring Kerala closer to the importance of science and technology

Published on 5th September 2019
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Be your own Hero: Here's how Nagpur-based ProHealth Foundation is promoting fitness and well-being

Dr Amit Samarth, pro-athlete and founder of ProHealth Foundation, trains athletes for marathons, cyclothons, the Olympics and more  

Published on 4th May 2019
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Facebook invests $1 million in US-based non-profit to boost computer education among minorities

CodePath.org is a US-based nonprofit that provides computer science education to female and minority students at universities around the country

Published on 29th November 2018
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Gates Foundation poll finds young people more optimistic about the future than older generations

Data were collected from more than 40,000 respondents ages 12 and older in higher-income countries (Australia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Sweden, the United States, and Saudi Arabia)

Published on 24th September 2018
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Facebook helps US couple raise $3.4 million for reuniting immigrant families

The US administration policy that separates immigrant parents from their children at the Mexico border has drawn criticism from different quarters

Published on 19th June 2018
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Son of Indian-American Scripps National Spelling Bee champ hopes to make history

The field of spellers expanded by more than 200 this year because Scripps started a wild-card program to give opportunities to more kids from highly competitive regions

Published on 30th May 2018

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