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MP govt sues online game firm as teen ends life after losing money

The teenager who ended his life had left behind a suicide note in which he stated that he was taking this extreme step after losing Rs 40,000 in an online game

Published on 2nd August 2021
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Vaccinated students happy to attend offline classes started at Bangalore colleges

Students who have received their first shot of COVID vaccination have been allowed to attend offline classes as per the government guidelines

Published on 1st August 2021
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What The FAQ: Is the Sandes app an apt replacement for WhatsApp?

What do we know about the Government of India's latest Sandes app? What are its features and who can use it? Will it replace WhatsApp anytime soon?

Published on 31st July 2021
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COVID-19: India records 41,649 fresh cases, 593 more fatalities

The number of people who have recovered from the disease has gone up to 30781263, while the case fatality rate stands at 1.34 per cent, the data showed

Published on 31st July 2021
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Teachers remain bittersweet as schools across TN to open doors from August 2

Teachers who have pre-existing comorbidities can be exempted by CEOs or DEOs from working-from-school provided they can produce necessary medical documents

Published on 30th July 2021
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Chhattisgarh govt tables bill to acquire private medical college 

Chhattisgarh Health minister TS Singh Deo, who piloted the bill in the assembly said the acquisition of the college was a step towards providing health facilities to the poor and common people

Published on 30th July 2021
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TN govt directs health department to provide counselling before reopening colleges

The counselling is mainly directed at students and parents who were affected by the pandemic and those whose close relatives have died due to the disease in the first and second waves

Published on 30th July 2021
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CBSE's private, patrachar, repeater students will have to write board exams physically after SC dismisses petition

The petition was filed by Mamta Sharma, the lawyer who filed a PIL in May, seeking cancellation of Class XII examinations for all students across the country

Published on 29th July 2021
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#ThrowbackToday: The maharani who opened schools and went to jail during the emergency

In today's #TBT, we recall the contributions of the late Maharani Gayatri Devi. She was the ultimate lady who knew how to stand up for herself and the country and this is how she won every time 

Published on 29th July 2021
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IGNOU to hold final year exams in seven districts of Maharashtra from Aug 3 

Hall tickets will be made available online and students who are unable to appear this time can sit for the examinations in December

Published on 28th July 2021
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She's on top of the world: Meet women trek leaders, adventure junkies who are taking the world on a trip 

These women are encouraging a whole generation of young climbers to break free and lead expeditions and treks and find their space out there. We check out what powers these trendsetters 

Published on 28th July 2021
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This Sacred Heart College student's book of poems is out. Here's why you should give it a shot

Ganga Jayakumar is a master's student who has published her first book "Hidden from the World"

Published on 27th July 2021
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His son overcame ataxia to become a college prof. Now, this dad is telling the world stories we need to hear 

We speak to Iftikhar Zia, whose platform Possiabilities tells stories about the abilities rather than disabilities of people with rare, incurable diseases

Published on 28th July 2021
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Did you know that there's only one man alive who plays an ancient Tamil instrument called the kinnaram? This student's docu is the perfect tribute

Manikandan AKA Sound Mani created a 16-minute-long documentary called Kinnaram, about Arunachalam, who is the last person to play the eponymous ancient instrument

Published on 28th July 2021
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Over Seventy-five thousand kids either lost one or both parents to COVID, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights tells the top court

The child rights body said a total of 75,320 children have been orphaned or lost either parent to COVID, and this also includes 247 children, who were abandoned

Published on 27th July 2021

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