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May Day: All you need to know about 'International Labour Day'

Labour Day has its origins in the labour union movement in the United States

Published on 1st May 2018
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Indian students form the second-largest base of applications at the US universities   

Despite the steady growth of students from both India and China, there was a slight decrease in the number of Asian students coming to study in the United States during the reporting period

Published on 2nd May 2018
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Indian-American high schooler wins International Geography Bee World Championship

In 2017, in Arlington, Virginia, Avi won the national championships of the United States Geography Olympiad junior varsity division despite being a middle schooler at the time

Published on 9th August 2018
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Gates Foundation poll finds young people more optimistic about the future than older generations

Data were collected from more than 40,000 respondents ages 12 and older in higher-income countries (Australia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Sweden, the United States, and Saudi Arabia)

Published on 24th September 2018
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USA is the best place to pursue higher education: US Consular Chief Kent May

There are more than a million foreign students in the United States. They study engineering, medicine, fine arts, journalism, and dozens of other subjects.

Published on 14th May 2019
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Chandrayaan-2 missed creating history: How successful were other countries in their missions to the Moon?

From 1958 to 2019, India, as well as the United States, the USSR, Japan, China and Israel, launched different lunar missions — all kinds like orbiters, landers and flyby

Published on 7th September 2019
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IIT Gandhinagar researchers find underlying limb-independent motor memories can help in stroke rehabilitation

A study led by Prateek Mutha, an associate professor at IIT Gandhinagar, has also been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) journal

Published on 30th November 2020
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Auschwitz survivors across the world observe International Holocaust Remembrance Day online amid pandemic 

Many Holocaust survivors in the United States, Israel and elsewhere find themselves in a state of previously unimaginable isolation due to the pandemic

Published on 27th January 2021
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What the FAQ: CJI objects to being addressed as 'Your Honour'. Here's how judges are to be addressed in India

Here we try to explain how judges in India are addressed correctly, how it is different from the United States and more

Published on 24th February 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: Susan B Anthony defied the law to cast her vote so that one day, all woman can legally do so

In today's #TBT, we take you to the United States and introduce you to social reformer and women's rights activist whose role in the women's suffrage movement deserves more attention than ever

Published on 13th March 2021
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Late-night snacks may affect workplace performance: North Carolina University study

For the study, researchers had 97 full-time employees in the United States answer a series of questions three times a day for 10 consecutive workdays

Published on 8th April 2021
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How the very last step in cell division is crucial for the brain to reach its proper size and function

The federal Centers for Disease Control estimates that microcephaly affects from 1 in 800 children to 1 in 5,000 children in the United States each year

Published on 29th May 2021
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Scientists develop new AI algorithm to improve efficacy of sleep disorder treatments

For the study, about 20,000 nights of sleep from the United States and a host of European countries have been collected and used to train the algorithm

Published on 9th June 2021
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What the FAQ: What is ‘Juneteenth’, the newest federal holiday in the United States?

In a historic move, the United States has recognised June 19 as a second independence day in recognition of African American slaves in Texas who were freed under the emancipation proclamation

Published on 18th June 2021
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Study finds that overweight children can reduce cardiovascular risk through healthy diet

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, obesity now affects 1 in 5 children and adolescents in the United States

Published on 25th September 2021

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