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We know the air we breathe is toxic. Bengaluru-based start-up Ambee tells us just how much 

Ambee has installed over 500 sensors all over India. The start-up has air quality data for over one lakh pincodes across 65 countries. This is how they do what they do extremely efficiently

Published on 24th May 2020
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COVID-19: GMAT exam now available online as test centres remain shut across the country

New format offers solution for business schools and candidates as testing centers around the world remain temporarily closed. Registration opens April 14 and testing appointments begin on April 20

Published on 15th April 2020
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Kolkata Publishers and Booksellers Guild pays tribute to Vidyasagar with a special calendar

The calendar traces Vidyasagar's life's journey in a chronological order. The calendar curates the photocopy of the petition made by Vidyasagar for the remarriage of Hindu widows

Published on 14th February 2020
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Meet 22-year-old Prathap from Mandya, who has built over 600 drones, and is known as the Drone Scientist

We talk to Prathap NM from Mandya, popularly known as the Drone Scientist of India. He talks about his journey so far and the instances when his drones helped people in dire need
 

Published on 23rd December 2019
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Inside Jamia's peaceful anti-CAA protests: Students demonstrate dissent through songs and poems

The Jamia Coordination Committee that was formed after the recent incident of police brutality, organised a non-violent protest called 'Songs of Resistance' on campus

Published on 20th December 2019
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Poems on how to write poems: Why you should read this award-winning poet's latest book

His recent collection, Making a Poem, has been hailed by critics as intuitive, thoughtful and creative pieces that work together as a cohesive collection. Read more to understand his creative process

Published on 3rd December 2019
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Odisha constitutes new task force to check child marriages in the state

Child marriage is the main reason for high rates of infant mortality, maternal mortality and malnutrition, Koraput Collector Madhusudan Mishra said.

Published on 15th September 2019
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#RedForKashmir: Here's why netizens across the world are changing their profile picture to a red dot

Ahead of the scrapping of the Article 370, that allowed special status to Jammu and Kashmir, the region has been facing an internet blackout. Also, more troops are deployed there

Published on 5th August 2019
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IIT KGP receives 220 applications from international students for various degree programmes

The acceptance rate of the international students in various masters and doctoral degree programmes is about eight per cent, of whom 11 students have already joined the institute

Published on 30th July 2019
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Four high school students killed after security forces opened fire on a protest in central Sudan

A key protest group, the Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA), said, "live ammunition" had been used against a "rally of school students" in the central town of El-Obeid

Published on 30th July 2019
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For Indians studying abroad, SFI membership is now just a click away

The SFI has now opened google forms, using which overseas Indian students can become its members. Since inception, the organisation's constitution has had a provision for overseas members

Published on 18th July 2019
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'Sometimes, in exchange for freedom, you have to bleed', why everyone must listen to this Sudanese student's hard-hitting poem

The poem 'I am Sudan' by a 20-year-old Sudanese student Enas Saifeldin talks about the hardships of people in her country during the crisis  

Published on 18th June 2019
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Report says 328 sexually abused and exploited by UN and partner personnel, 103 children among them

The duty stations included those in countries such as Afghanistan, Haiti, India, Iraq, Liberia, Libya, Pakistan, South Sudan and Syria

Published on 19th March 2019
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Govt pulls the plug on 100 crore grant for treating rare diseases like Thalassemia, Sickle-cell Anaemia, one year after announcing it

The complete shift of policy has left the families of kids with rare diseases and activists fighting for their cause in a shock

Published on 19th December 2018
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Slain Kerala SFI unionist Abhimanyu's sister gets married amidst Maharaja's College students, CPI(M) leaders

The slain SFI leader Abhimanyu's sister Kowsalya was married on November 11. The wedding was postponed because of his murder

Published on 12th November 2018

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