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Lighting up lives: How this IIT Guwahati prof's solar light-powered bags are helping kids in hilly areas study

Charu Monga's Jugnu backpacks help children from hilly and remote regions study and commute in places where there is no electricity. We find out more  

Published on 27th January 2021
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LPU bags Rs 9 crore project to lead research in sports education across India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia

Under this project, the consortium will research models and strategies followed for imparting sports education at different levels of education in India, Sri Lanka and Indonesia

Published on 27th January 2021
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Parents, please take note: Young children determine emotion by what they hear, finds study

According to the researchers, the findings may also provide new avenues to understanding emotional recognition in children with developmental challenges such as autism

Published on 27th January 2021
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High chloride content in PM 2.5 behind Delhi's fog and haze, finds a study by IITM researchers

Visibility reduction by means of fog and haze formation over national capital has been a longstanding problem causing severe financial losses and jeopardising human lives

Published on 27th January 2021
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This NGO has rescued many child labourers from Karnataka's coffee estates and turned them into lawyers, engineers

A M Varghees of Vikasana speaks about their bridge schools and hostels that facilitate learning for kids who worked as child labourers in coffee estates, domestic workers and several other places  

Published on 27th January 2021
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India will reclaim status of world's fastest-growing economy: IMF projects 11.5 pc growth

Last October IMF had projected an 8.8 per cent real GDP growth for India. Notable revisions of 2.7 per cent to the forecast for India reflecting carryover from a stronger-than-expected recovery

Published on 27th January 2021
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In Karnataka, parents and schools spar over possible 30% cut in school fee, await Education Minister's decision

Talks are on to reduce fees by up to 30 per cent, applicable across SSLC, CBSE and ICSE boards

Published on 27th January 2021
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Now, children in Kolkata can read books while cruising through the Hooghly river

Kolkata gets its first children's boat library called Young Readers Boat Library, with over 500 books in English and Bengali

Published on 27th January 2021
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Doctor Anywhere builds regional tech hubs in Vietnam and India to strengthen engineering capability

DA is on a mission to build the largest omni-channel healthcare service provider in Asia, by attracting the brightest tech talents in the region

Published on 27th January 2021
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Love your Coffee? Check which caffeine category you fall under

The research suggests that caffeine affects people differently, depending on how their body metabolises it, placing them under three distinct categories

Published on 7th June 2018
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Bharata Mata: Here's how these 16 female musicians created a music video for Republic Day during lockdown

The music video, an all-women music production celebrating Republic Day, is being released on Tuesday evening at 7 pm. Here's more about the women behind the project

Published on 26th January 2021
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Children of depressed mothers are most at risk of experiencing suicidal thoughts, new study suggests

The research suggested that this link may be explained by loneliness, potentially opening new ways for youth suicide prevention

Published on 26th January 2021
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I went to a convocation in person after a year and a pandemic. This is what I realised 

While the world is getting back to the old normal, events are slowly getting back on their feet. We attended an in-person convocation to find out how things have changed or not

Published on 26th January 2021
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Rewinding on R-Day: What every youngster who wants to join the Armed Forces can learn from this Kargil vet

On Republic Day, 22 years later, Lt Col Peter still speaks about his time in the Army and his experiences in Kargil war like it was yesterday, recollecting even the smallest details accurately

Published on 26th January 2021
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Why Rajah Muthiah Medical College's students have been protesting for the last 50 days through hell and lack of water

 

The fees that RMMCH is charging is 30-fold higher than other Tamil Nadu medical colleges and three-fold higher than private self-financing medical colleges, the students claim

Published on 26th January 2021

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