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How two brothers are bringing high-speed internet and Wi-Fi to their village in Karnataka so that kids can study online 

Mahesh and Harish along with the volunteers of their NGO collected data on the number of students and their age in the village. Later, they segregated the data to map our their wifi plans 

Published on 23rd October 2020
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Shah Rukh Khan's NGO Meer Foundation provides 2000 PPE kits to frontline COVID-19 warriors in Chhattisgarh

Chhattisgarh Cabinet Minister T S Singh Deo tweeted to laud the actor's kind gesture to help the frontline warriors

Published on 23rd October 2020
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COVID-19 anxiety linked to body image issues in both men and women: Study

In the male participants, the study found that COVID-19-related anxiety and stress were associated with a greater desire for muscularity, with anxiety also associated with body fat dissatisfaction

Published on 23rd October 2020
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With spike of 55,838 cases, India's COVID-19 tally crosses 77-lakh mark

With 1,59,346 total active cases, Maharashtra continues to be the worst affected state by COVID-19. While 14,15,679 patients have recovered from the disease in the state, 42,633 have died

Published on 22nd October 2020
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How the country’s first transgender-run Milk Cooperative Society in Kovilpatti has given them hope and an identity

Activist Grace Banu credits the District Collector, the District Revenue Officer and the relentless hard work of the transgender community in setting up the Cooperative

Published on 21st October 2020
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Polish professors, academics, threaten to boycott 'homophobic, xenophobic, fundamental' new education minister 

By Wednesday, more than 2,600 professors and other academics had signed a petition vowing to boycott Przemyslaw Czarnek, a member of the ruling conservative party

Published on 21st October 2020
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NSUI stages protest over Delhi Govt's directive to DU colleges over pending pay of employees

The Delhi government on Friday directed the 12 Delhi University colleges fully funded by it to pay outstanding salaries to staffers from the Students Society Fund

Published on 20th October 2020
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Having private universities more important than reviving Nalanda: Manish Barriarr, Patna teacher and Oxford grad contesting Bihar Elections 2020

He is not the babu from Oxford but the Patna boy who connects to people on the ground level, says Manish Barriarr, a teacher-turned-politician

Published on 20th October 2020
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Study reveals children with chronic kidney disease have outsized health burden

Chronic kidney disease includes long term abnormalities of kidney structure or function that may progress to end-stage kidney disease requiring dialysis or a transplant

Published on 20th October 2020
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Call of the wild: Batman Rohit Chakravarty has made it possible for human ears to listen to bat calls. This is how he does it

This 29-year-old chiropterologist is currently pursuing his PhD in Berlin and before that, he was in Uttarakhand recording bat calls and programming it so that human ears could hear them
 

Published on 19th October 2020
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How Anubha Mahajan used social media to unite Indians silently living with chronic pain and give them a voice

Anubha Mahajan set up Chronic Pain India on Twitter and Insagram where she offered people the opportunity to share their experiences with such conditions

Published on 15th October 2020
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How this Sahitya Akademi Award-winning poet and Govt School Headmaster in rural Karnataka has transformed the face of a tiny school

Veeranna Madiwalar, a Headmaster and a Sahitya Akademi Award-winning poet, speaks about how he has transformed a government school on nothing but sheer grit and Facebook activism

Published on 19th October 2020
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How this vet in Mumbai is using flower therapy to help dogs look on the bright side of life

While he is out on the roads of Kalyan in Mumbai feeding stray dogs and doing his bit on the occasion, Akshay Shah introduces us to alternative therapies for our four-legged friends  

Published on 16th October 2020
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Nearly 1,000 people test positive for COVID-19 at UK's Durham University

Some large UK universities which have major outbreaks, including the University of Manchester, the University of Sheffield and the Manchester Metropolitan University

Published on 16th October 2020
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Indian students have adjusted to blended learning at UK universities, finds study 

As the 2020-21 autumn term got underway this month, they collated reports of universities putting in place a range of dedicated support measures for students flying in from overseas, including India

Published on 16th October 2020

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