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 Physiotherapy student found to be part of the gang of highway robbers in MP

Khatik, a resident of Bahoriband district in Katni, is studying physiotherapy in Jabalpur while Burman works in a sweet shop

Published on 21st September 2019
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16-year-old Bengalurean, Samay Godika, wins college scholarship for his video on Circadian Rhythm

A Class 11 student of National Public School, Koramangala in Bengaluru, Samay represented India and his school at the Breakthrough Junior Challenge this year

Published on 21st November 2018
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4-yr-old Indian girl recovers from COVID-19 in Dubai

Sivani contracted the virus from her mother - a front line health worker - who fell ill in March. Both Sivani and father dad were also tested despite not having any symptoms

Published on 27th April 2020
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A fulfilling life is in everyone's reach, mental illness cannot be the barrier: Bipolar India's Vijay Nallawala

As someone who has been living with bipolar disorder all his life, Vijay Nallawala is best positioned to tell us about the condition, how he overcame his mental illness and a lot more

Published on 10th October 2020
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Absolutely comfortable with true Communists: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's best answers at IISc

Break up ke baad? Meditation, of course. All this and more from our compilation of Art of Living guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's answers to students at IISc

Published on 11th October 2019
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Academic pressure in the Indian education system contributes to depression in students: E S Krishnamoorthy

Chennai-based neuropsychiatrist E S Krishnamoorthy believes that the Indian education system needs to accommodate students with different abilities to fight the growing depression

Published on 14th January 2020
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Academy for athletes to come up in Odisha

The Odisha-AFI-IAAF High Performance Academy will provide coaching, integrated services and education to athletes

Published on 6th July 2017
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According to a Rajasthan Edu Magazine, girls should sweep floor, fetch water and grind 'çhakki' to stay fit. If that's not sexist, what is? 

This health advice comes from a magazine that is brought out the Rajasthan Education Department

Published on 11th November 2017
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Act out your troubles: Try Psychodrama to help yourself forget those bad memories  

This therapy technique can help people open up and give a voice to the areas of their lives that have kept them shackled. Founders of Indian Institute of Psychodrama (IIP), to talk about the therapy

Published on 1st November 2017
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Acute mental confusion or delirium can be an early symptom for COVID-19: Study 

Delirium is an abrupt change in the brain that causes mental confusion and emotional disruption. It makes it difficult to think, remember, sleep, pay attention, and more

Published on 5th November 2020
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Admissions for IGNOUs Masters and Bachelor's programme open now

Bachelors courses include BA (Tourism Studies), Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA), Bachelor of Library and Information Science (BLIS), and Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)

Published on 20th May 2018
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After a saga of struggle, a court order and insult, these Dalit sisters received a laptop from the Kerala government to continue studying

Even after the court had ordered the panchayat to issue laptops, these students were allegedly insulted by the panchayat for going to court

Published on 24th July 2020
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After this 26-year-old’s arm was amputated due to a road accident, he launched a start-up that 3D prints customisable prosthetics

Rishi Krishna's start-up Symbonic is into assistive technology. And this is how they ensure that the prosthetics they offer are light-weight, customisable and affordable as well. This is his story

Published on 2nd November 2020
Sujatha Reshmi teach deaf kids

After watching her daughter struggle, this mother in rural Karnataka is helping hundreds of speech and hearing impaired kids learn to speak

In conversation with Sujatha Reshmi, we find out how her daughter inspired her to start a school of speech therapy for deaf and mute children from poor families around Karnataka

 

Published on 16th April 2019
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AI may enable much earlier diagnosis of autism and other disorders with autism-like features

Researchers hope this system could provide an early warning signal not just for Rett syndrome but for ASD in general

Published on 29th July 2019

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