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PUBG exposes children to crime, negative thinking, says ISRO scientist

Former chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation G Madhavan Nair said on July 3 PUBG does more harm than good

Published on 3rd July 2020
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Only 89 students in Kerala have no access to online education. Here's how the state brought it down from 2.6 Lakh, in a month

The Kerala High Court has made this observation while disposing of four writ petitions that sought an intervention to bridge the digital divide

Published on 3rd July 2020
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Tripura man dies of suicide after failing to buy a smartphone for daughter to attend online classes

The deceased's wife stated to police that her daughter a student of Class X had been asking the father Sukumar Bhowmik to buy her a smartphone so that she can attend online classes 

Published on 2nd July 2020
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This techie quit his job to educate the children of Marathwada farmers who died of suicide

Ashok Deshmane, along with his wife Archana runs Snehwan, an NGO on the outskirts of Pune. They currently take care of 80 children

Published on 1st July 2020
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Why can't we have a Zuckerberg in India? Prabhu Chawla asks students of École Globale International Girls' School

The students and the youth are the future of this country who can innovate and make India self-sufficient and grow better after Corona

Published on 29th June 2020
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You’ve gotta love your life: Why we should handle subjects like suicide, depression more sensitively

The Coach tells us exactly why we must learn to be more sensitive and humane in dealing with subjects like depression and suicide

Published on 27th June 2020
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COVID-19 triggering panic attacks, depression and suicides, say experts

Online platforms too have seen a growing number of people seeking help for mental health issues, ranging from anxiety and loneliness to concerns over productivity and job loss since the outbreak 

Published on 27th June 2020
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The horrors of conversion therapy for queer folk: Kerala doctor assures family of 'changing' girl's lesbian 'problem' 

The woman recorded the conversation between the doctor and her mother where they insist that she gets admitted to the hospital, take medication and undergo treatment

Published on 26th June 2020
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This Chennai NGO is offering free counselling to people all over Tamil Nadu to beat post-COVID depression

Mastermind Foundation has also collaborated with Punjab and Puducherry Police to counsel the personnel who are working on the frontlines 

Published on 26th June 2020
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COVID-19: Kerala launches project to counsel students to reduce their stress, anxiety

The project will be implemented on three levels — Anganwadi and Asha workers, school counsellors and online and phone counsellors

Published on 25th June 2020
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Thiruvananthapuram Medical College introduces music, books in COVID-19 wards to combat stress

In Thiruvananthapuram Medical College there were two incidents of COVID-19 patients dying of suicide and the report was sort by the health minister regarding it

Published on 25th June 2020
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Unable to attend online classes and exams, Class 10 student commits suicide in Assam

According to reports, the student of Class X, was so troubled as he could not take part in online classes and examinations conducted by his school as he did not have a smartphone

Published on 24th June 2020
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This Indian-origin US medical student's site tells stories of frontline workers who are battling COVID every single day

US-based Vibhu Krishna's work really took off on Instagram and has managed to get support from artists, other medicos and people who love reading these stories of pith, struggle and great moments

Published on 24th June 2020
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Teachers not trained to conduct open book exams: Why professors, students are dead set against online exams in India

 

DUTA members said that SC, ST, OBC students could be worst affected by the decision to conduct open book exams

Published on 22nd June 2020
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Around 243 million Indian adolescents could be at risk due to COVID-19

Adolescents could be more susceptible to the negative effects of physical distancing during COVID-19 since they are in a period where peer interaction is necessary for social developent

Published on 19th June 2020

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