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Air pollution may up risk of neurological disorders: Study

For the study, published in the journal The Lancet Planetary Health, the research team analysed the link between fine particulate (PM2.5) pollution and neurodegenerative diseases in the US

Published on 20th October 2020
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Poor diet top contributor to heart disease deaths globally, finds study

Tobacco use ranked as the fourth highest contributor to ischaemic heart disease deaths in men but only seventh in women

Published on 16th October 2020
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CSIR in collaboration with KPIT develops India's first indigenous hydrogen fuel cell fitted car  

CSIR and KPIT have successfully developed a 10 kW automotive-grade LT-PEMFC fuel cell stack based on CSIR’s know-how. The heart of the PEM fuel cell technology is the membrane electrode assembly

Published on 10th October 2020
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Arvind Kejriwal announces campaign to combat pollution, 'Green Delhi App' to be launched soon

He also said that a new 'anti-dust campaign' and a new policy will be brought, under which any agency that cuts down trees will have to plant 80 per cent of them at a new spot

Published on 5th October 2020
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This Vizag-based Asst Professor is putting agro residue to good use. Check out how

Residue from agriculture need not be burnt, says this Assistant Professor, who has  PG Diploma in Environmental Management from Andhra Pradesh Productivity Council and has come up with this 

Published on 4th October 2020
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There's a new microprocessor in town. And this one Made in India — at IIT Madras

We speak to Prof Kamakoti Veezhinathan of the RISE Group at IIT Madras to know more about the newly developed Moushik microprocessor

Published on 4th October 2020
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Mahatma Gandhi is a timeless asset for India, relevant at all times: Bharatbala

In a conversation at Azim Premji University's Gandhi150 event to mark the 151st birth anniversary of the Mahatma, Bharatbala discusses his films on Gandhi and how he's relevant to us today

Published on 1st October 2020
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Here's how Satyam Jha has put down organic roots on Instagram

Satyam Jha who is educating young India about how to grow plants and crops organically tells us what lead him to capture all the experiments in the form of pictures and post on his Instagram page

Published on 26th September 2020
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Comics, caste, conversation: The curiously delightful world that Rajesh Rajamani has created

Rajesh Rajamani talks about how he conceived the idea of initiating conversations on caste, gender through comics

Published on 24th September 2020
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After outcry, IIT Madras sets up zones, designates time to feed stray dogs on campus

A couple of weeks ago, IIT Delhi had advertised an opening for the position of a dog handler to deal with the campus strays

Published on 18th September 2020
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IIT Kharagpur develops AI-based model to detech arsenic pollution in drinking water

While the predictive model framework would prove to be vital typically for the identification of drinking water sources in arsenic affected areas of WB, it can be used in other parts of the country 

Published on 16th September 2020
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M Venkaiah Naidu: Glad that NEP focuses on age-old Indian values in education system

Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu went on to explain how meditation and understanding of the inner self can help in these times of crisis and strengthen the mind

Published on 11th September 2020
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Here's how and why these SSN College of Engineering researchers developed a more effective method to reduce carbon emissions

We speak to Dr Ambedkar Balraj who led the team of researchers at SSN College of Engineering to find a more cost-effective and power-saving technique to reduce carbon emissions

Published on 2nd September 2020
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Actor Bhumi Pednekar feels that sustainable farming should be taught at school

Bhumi believes that if the subject is taught at school then the "future generations can actually practice farming and growing, as opposed to feeling it's something very complex and tough

Published on 2nd September 2020
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These 19-year-old girls want to start meaningful conversations in government schools across Telangana 

The four girls have visited nine schools and successfully conducted their workshops. Students also seem to have enjoyed it. Now, owing to the pandemic, they are planning virtual events. So stay tuned

Published on 30th August 2020

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