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DMK will get majority, TTV Dhinakaran did more help than harm: Post-poll prediction

One can safely argue that this election is characterized by uncertainty, which skews the traditional understanding of how TN electorate would behave

Published on 20th April 2019
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Elections 2019: Why the Congress looking at animal welfare beyond cows is heartening for India

While most parties have largely ignored the needs of animal rights groups and animal welfare — focusing instead on cows and their progeny — the INC manifesto stands apart  

Published on 17th April 2019
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The journey of Nikhil Gupta: From researcher who snubbed netas to MP candidate in South Delhi

The face of the #HikeResearchFellowship movement that rocked the MHRD and India, this 26-year-old is currently a Junior Research Fellow in CBMR, Lucknow

Published on 17th April 2019
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Meet the Ravenshaw University students who made a documentary on Baji Rout

The founder of Kahaniyaan Candid Cinema talks about their film club, their web series and their documentary on Baji Rout

Published on 17th April 2019
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I eat beef, pork. Who is Modi to tell me what to eat?: Tiruvallur PhD researcher N Vikraman in conversation with AISF's Babu Kumar

In this interview with a student leader from AISF, Babu Kumar, Tiruvallur candidate, N Vikraman, an independent discusses his ideas for the upliftment of the SC constituency

Published on 16th April 2019
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IIT Roorkee researchers develop a new non-invasive method of detecting Breast and Ovarian Cancer

The research team identified certain proteins present in the saliva, which act as potential biomarkers indicative of Breast & Ovarian cancer metastasis

Published on 16th April 2019
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Not everyone who has authority or power is a leader: Dr R Balasubramaniam

Development activist Dr Ramaswami Balasubramaniam speaks about how we can't always confuse leaders with today's politicians and sportspersons and how leadership is above and beyond

Published on 17th April 2019
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Tough on discipline and women's safety, how Kerron Reddy's policies have put AIMS on the map

Dr Kerron G Reddy, CEO, AIMS Institutes in Bengaluru, tell us about how they've brought in firm policies to battle sexual harassment and iron out disciplinary issues among their students 

Published on 16th April 2019
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Lok Sabha 2019: Research Scholars of India to field Nikhil Gupta as their candidate from South Delhi

South Delhi has always been a BJP stronghold and the current MP Ramesh Bidhuri is also from BJP

Published on 15th April 2019
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IIT Madras' new Centre of Excellence will help predict coastal climate with increased accuracy

The CoE will work on predicting climate change impact on coastal communities and strategically important infrastructure such as ports & power plants due to increased frequency of tropical cyclones 

Published on 15th April 2019
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A tiny cube-shaped satellite designed by an Indian-American student to be launched by NASA

21-year-old Keshav Raghavan is leading a team of researchers from the Yale Undergraduate Aerospace Association in order to launch their CubeSats into space in the year 2020

 

Published on 15th April 2019
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NIT Warangal and Edureka start a PG course in Artificial Intelligence

Faculty of NIT Warangal along with Edureka experts, industry veterans, a large pool of SMEs and learners have collaborated to create the PG Programme

Published on 13th April 2019
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If I withdrew discrimination complaint, my PhD would have been cleared: IIT-Kanpur scholar Subrahmanyam Saderla

IIT-Kanpur's associate professor, Subrahmanyam Saderla, has been on the news for the "caste-discrimination and institutional harassment" he has faced at his institute

Published on 13th April 2019
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Researchers develop new technique to study movement of cells without dyes

While scientists can currently track the movement of cells using molecular dyes or labels, the practice comes with limitations. Dyes alter the behaviour of cells before, eventually, killing them

Published on 12th April 2019
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End of an Era: Social Worker, academician Dr K N George of MSSW passes away at 95

Dr George started his career in 1953 as a lecturer in the then newly established Madras School of Social Work and rose to the helm of its affairs in the year 1957 taking over as the Director

Published on 12th April 2019

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