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Midnight batons, water cannons and police crackdown on protesting students at PGIMS

The students protesting at PGIMS Rohtak were detained by the police force on November 5; students complaint of manhandling

Published on 8th November 2022
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IIM Bodh Gaya and Bihar's WALMI sign MoU. IIM will train engineers, officials of Water Resource department

The MoU will also include the development of effective time management skills among the engineers", said Sanjay Kumar Jha, Bihar Water Resources Minister

Published on 1st October 2022
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Karnataka: Teacher throws hot water on 2nd grader; child suffers 40 per cent burns

The incident occurred in a primary school run by a body called Ghanamatheshwara Grameena Samsthe at Santekallur village in Karnataka's Raichur district

Published on 9th September 2022
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Telangana food poisoning cases: In last 26 days, 236 students fell sick due to contaminated food, water 

The data also says that a total of 936 students fell ill due to contaminated food and water in various government residential schools and hostels at 25 places in 17 districts in the last eight months

Published on 30th August 2022
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Telangana: At an ashram school in Adilabad, 16 students fall ill after drinking contaminated water

Meanwhile, Rathod Bhagyasri, a Class VI student of the school, died while undergoing treatment for viral fever at a hospital in Echoda on Thursday night

Published on 20th August 2022
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ABVP activists surround JNU Rector, demand answers on debilitated hostels and water crisis

A section of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) teachers has alleged that Dubey is running two NGOs from his varsity address in violation of university rules

Published on 18th August 2022
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Six hospitals over 23 days couldn't save Dalit boy who was thrashed by teacher for touching a drinking water pot

NCSC chairperson Vijay Sampla said it is clear that seeing the serious condition of the boy, he was referred from one hospital to another

Published on 17th August 2022
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Rajasthan: Nine-year-old Dalit boy beaten to death for touching drinking water pot 

The boy's father said he suffered injuries in his face and ear and almost became unconscious. The boy was taken to the district hospital, from where he was referred to a hospital in Udaipur

Published on 15th August 2022
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How researchers at IISc Bangalore are using fish ear bones to estimate seawater temperature 

Because of the close correlation they found between calcium isotope ratios and temperatures, the authors are confident that their approach can now be used on fossilised samples

Published on 11th August 2022
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IIT Guwahati, AICTE to develop solutions for water, electricity issues in Northeast region 

Through Phase I of the project, a total of 416 kW of power has been generated that would help with the functioning of laboratories, offices and street lights 

 

Published on 10th August 2022
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TN Agricultural University and ITC sign a pact on optimising use of water for crops

Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU) is the technical partner under this agreement and this is what it will be helping with 

Published on 15th May 2022
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New research centre to come up at IIT Madras to track virus outbreaks in city

The centre is established under the International Centre for Clean Water and is set to test the wastewater in the city for indicator organisms and chemicals

 

Published on 9th May 2022
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IIT Kanpur, MIT USA receive historic patent for water purification and monitoring system

The device developed by the two institutes provides cost-effective clean drinking water at just Rs 2 per litre

Published on 6th May 2022
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Water to your 'bore'step: These Computer Engg students from Bengaluru are revolutionising the quest for underground water

Lok Trusha is a project that serves to map water aquifers that can aid farmers scientifically. It was started by four students from the CMR Institute of Technology in Bengaluru

Published on 29th April 2022
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Throwing the kitchen sink at the problem: These GITAM students have developed a way to reuse water from the kitchen sink

The project titled Hydro Gravitricity project is being incubated at the Venture Development Centre and is being mentored by Atal Innovation Mission incubators and Denmark Technical University

Published on 29th April 2022

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