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The #aninchaugust challenge asks for minimal time yet will deliver lots of joy to you. We get to the bottom of the trend which was started by two young budding artists who are also architects
#NIRF2022: Will work on outreach and inclusivity: IIT Madras Director looks ahead after clinching top rank
The institute ranked first overall and bagged the second spot in the Research category. IIT Madras' Director reflects on the path ahead and on the 'healthy' competition with IISc Bangalore
In today's #TBT, we fondly remember Savitribai Phule. Her life has been her message and even in her death, she taught us qualities like kindness and selflessness. Here's to the first feminist of India
#ThrowBackToday: On World Idli Day today, we recall the British professor who invited trouble by calling idlis "boring"
In today's #TBT, it's all about idlis! This 'steamed rice cake', as the West likes to call it, is so versatile it can be paired with almost anything. So what happened when a professor called it boring
#ThrowBackToday: Wikipedia celebrates two decades of existence with a virtual party and you are all invited!
In today's #TBT, we express our collective gratitude for Wikipedia which has helped us through many assignments and research. And they are also throwing a party and you surely don't want to miss this
#WhatTheFAQ: Anti-encroachment activity or punishment? Yet another demolition drive after communal riots
The events playing out in Jahangirpuri in Delhi and Khargone in Madhya Pradesh, where houses and shops of people were demolished
An influential activist who had protested against the 2012 gang rape in Delhi quit CPI (ML) Liberation party and announced the same via a Facebook post on Thursday, September 1
Controlling climate change is tough for every country. Cows and sheep are known to contribute to global warming and climate change by burping. It is true! Here's something more about it
The app was launched in June this year. The school monitoring and remediation programme will be carried out through the new version of the app on the basis of the survey questionnaire
The findings, published in the journal Frontiers in Psychiatry, suggest that mobile phones are potentially increasingly affecting aspects of daytime functioning
11-year-old Indian origin girl gets highest-ever Mensa score, gets invited to high IQ children's club
Mensa membership is open to anyone who can demonstrate an IQ in the top 2 per cent, either through the society's own supervised test or on the evidence of a psychologist's report
A report shows how Indians have taken fitness lightly last year. 45 percent of Indian women and 37 percent of Indian men were 'inactive' in 2019. Kolkata becomes the least active city
As part of Reliance Foundation's Education and Sports for All (ESA) initiative, the NBA will invite 3,000 boys and girls
60% of millennials in India believe long email interactions hamper productivity during WFH, finds new survey
The survey conducted by Hiver, a Gmail-based customer service solution for teams, highlights that as many as 60 per cent of millennials believe that long email interactions hamper productivity
Nearly half of those surveyed believe that climate change impacts their industries and business "by a lot"
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