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This Hyderabad photographer is just back from shooting the farmers' protests in Delhi. This is what he found

The real India resides in its villages. If we could get a rupee for every time we hear this, pandemic-induced salary cuts wouldn't hurt so bad. Jokes aside, we have lent our ears to this phrase enough

Published on 30th December 2020
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Great Learning students devise machine learning model to accurately predict perpetrators of a terror attack. Here's how

Their model examines crucial factors like the location of the attack, location type (e.g. private property, defence campus, etc.), mode of attack, and a lot more

Published on 24th December 2020
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Ashwin Sanghi: Fact is stranger than fiction and I'm not surprised

The author adds that his books go beyond just the combination of myth and history. They bring in philosophy, science, theology, anthropology and quantum physics at times, he says

Published on 21st December 2020
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Shehla turned my wife, other daughter against me due to lust for money: Father

Shora, who has accused his daughter Shehla, a former JNU student leader, of indulging in anti-national activities, issued a statement on Tuesday to clarify his stand on his daughter's comments 

Published on 2nd December 2020
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Books by 3 Indian writers feature in 2020 '100 Notable Books' selected by The New York Times

The prestigious list also includes the work of fiction 'A Burning' by India-born Megha Majumdar

Published on 21st November 2020
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Study finds 7 out of 10 Indian parents think there's no health risk if their kids go back to school

The study also found that teachers and parents are not happy the way classes are being conducted online — 90 per cent of the teachers said that they were unable to properly assess the students

 

Published on 17th November 2020
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Dr S Jaishankar at ISB: World is counting on India to help make the COVID-19 vaccine cheap and accessible

For a nation that has no preparedness at all, India has responded exceptionally well at the face of the COVID-19 crisis, said the Minister

Published on 16th November 2020
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Kabul University attack mastermind arrested

In a Facebook post, Saleh said the suspect, Adil, a resident of Panjshir province, was recruited by Sanaullah, a member of the Haqqani Network terror group, TOLO News reported

Published on 14th November 2020
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Designer of iconic structure to commemorate 75th Independence Day to be decided by competition

The competition is open to Indian citizens/organisations only and will include architects, architectural firms, students, student groups, architectural or planning schools/colleges

Published on 13th November 2020
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Kabul education centre reopens three weeks after a deadly attack claimed 43 lives

The Kawsar-e-Danesh tutoring centre was attacked on October 24. Teachers on Thursday said the students returned to their classes with more commitment, but they have not forgotten the attack

Published on 13th November 2020
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Mis-sing out on representation: Why depiction of people and communities is a vital issue

The Coach takes a long look at the impact of representation. Here’s why the depiction of people and communities is a vital issue

Published on 7th November 2020
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Afghanistan declares national day of mourning after 22 students killed in terrorist attack in Kabul University

Outside Kabul University, a small group of demonstrators gathered demanding a cease-fire and urging the government to withdraw from the peace talks until a permanent end to hostilities is declared

Published on 3rd November 2020
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Terror attack on Afghan university leaves 25 dead and wounded

Five hours into the fighting, sporadic grenade explosions and automatic weapons fire echoed down the empty streets surrounding the university's fenced compound

Published on 2nd November 2020
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Pune varsity apologises after bizarre questions on 'jihad' feature in online exams

The question reads: "Jihad is an example of what type of terrorism?" with options "Religious, Revolutionery, Political, State-Sponsored"

Published on 29th October 2020
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First lesson taught in Pak schools: Hindus are 'kafirs', Jews enemies of Islam

Any student or teacher who tries to protest or express his opinion is accused of committing blasphemy. Last year, a Pakistani court sentenced a university lecturer to death for blasphemy

Published on 16th October 2020

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