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Timeless Tales from Marwar

Why financial consultant Vishes Kothari decided to translate Vijaydan Detha's Rajasthani folk tales

Vishes Kothari, writer of Timeless Tales from Marwar, a translation of Padma Shri Vijadan Detha’s book on Rajasthani folk tales, tells us about the culture, traditions and language of his home state 

Published on 13th July 2020
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COVID-19: Australian students return to classrooms for full-time face-to-face lessons

The state of Victoria will allow the return of its eldest and youngest students on Tuesday, while the others will do so on June 9

Published on 25th May 2020
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New study links genetics to childhood emotional, social and psychiatric problems

The results indicate there are shared genetic factors that affect a range of psychiatric and related traits across a person's lifespan

Published on 17th April 2020
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Amity University conducted online career counseling session for students and parents

The session was conducted by Dr Gurinder Singh, Group Vice-Chancellor Amity Education Group and Dr Bhawna Kumar

Published on 13th April 2020
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Early bedtime may help children maintain healthy weight, Australian study finds

Latent profile analysis was conducted with the Australian Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children (LSIC) cohort data

Published on 8th April 2020
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DD's 'Ramayan' triggers off feminism debate on Twitter

The discussion over the past 24 hours or so has taken a gender-based turn with some viewers calling out queen Kaikeyi for hurling abuses at her maid Manthara

Published on 1st April 2020
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I serve because I must: An Indian Physician Assistant in New York talks about how COVID-19 has flipped life on its head 

Keren Mariam Paul, a physician assistant says that there is a concern of running out of intensive care facility, among other things

Published on 28th March 2020
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This 18-year-old from Kozhikode preaches positivity, keeping her disability at bay

Noor Jaleela was born without forearms and lower legs but that doesn't stop her from playing the violin, painting and dabbling in some craft-making too

Published on 10th March 2020
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IoT, Big Data, AI are what most Indian students opt for: Suman Subbaian, James Cook University

We spoke to James Cook University Singapore's regional manager to find out more about their courses and what Indian students should look out for even in these times of Coronavirus panic

Published on 9th March 2020
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Meet the University of Queensland researchers who're hustling hard to find a vaccine for Coronavirus

The researchers at the University of Queensland have already started working towards this. The vaccine will probably be ready for human trials in six months, if their plans work out

Published on 6th February 2020
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This algorithm by Indian researchers can remove caste, race, sex bias from AI. This is how

There were ‘fair clustering’ techniques that were already prevalent but they could only incorporate one parameter. Dr Padmanabhan's FairKM can take into consideration multiple  parameters

Published on 5th February 2020
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Researchers find key risk factors for teenage suicide

New studies show that auditory hallucinations and psychological distresses may increase suicidal tendencies in teenagers

Published on 9th December 2019
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The University of Queensland has plenty of Indian PhD scholars. This is why

Dr Jessica Gallagher of the University of Queensland tells us more about their focus on partnerships with Indian varsities

Published on 18th September 2019
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After #MeToo, men more likely to shame victims, empathise with perps in harassment cases

The second study was an experiment where people were asked to focus on the man's or the woman's point of view before reading the same information

Published on 19th August 2019
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This professor just donated an entire stamp collection on every moon landing ever to IISc. Here's why

Science through stamps is what this retired professor and philatelist propagates. R G Sangoram tells us how his daughter inspired to collect unique stamps 

Published on 12th August 2019

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