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India to produce 850 million units of Russian vaccine Sputnik V annually, says RDIF

Sputnik V will be the third vaccine to be used in India against coronavirus. In January, DCGI had given the emergency use authorisation for two COVID-19 vaccines

Published on 13th April 2021
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Author and literary translator Sara Rai to head jury for JCB Prize for Literature 2021

The panel includes designer and art historian Annapurna Garimella, author and translator Shahnaz Habib, journalist and editor Prem Panicker and writer and podcaster Amit Varma

Published on 8th April 2021
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Army hands over a boy from PoK, who strayed across LoC, to Pakistani authorities

Following an interaction between the authorities of both countries on the hotline, the Indian side handed over the boy to Pakistani officials at the Titwal crossing point as a humanitarian gesture

Published on 7th April 2021
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After daily COVID surge cross 1 lakh mark, students trend #CancelBoardExams2021 online

Since the beginning of the second wave of COVID, students have been asking the authorities to cancel board examinations

Published on 6th April 2021
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We need to bring up better sons who are sensitive to women's issues: Suhasini, Mihira Sood, Anuja Chauhan at ThinkEdu

Author Anuja Chauhan, actor and director Suhasini Maniratnam and lawyer Mihira Sood were speaking at TNIE's ThinkEdu Conclave 2021

Published on 29th March 2021
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Universities in Karnataka up vigil in hostels as COVID-19 cases surge in the state

From keeping hostel occupancy to half to earmarking rooms for preliminary care of symptomatic patients, the authorities are leaving no stone unturned

Published on 29th March 2021
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AU sees spike in COVID-19 cases, hostels turn into insolation centres

Authorities said that most students did not follow the rules and moved at their will leading to the spread of the virus

Published on 29th March 2021
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There's a denial of opportunities that fit the aspirations of India's millennials: Harvard Medical School Prof Vikram Patel at ThinkEdu

Professor Patel was speaking at the New Indian Express' ThinkEdu Conclave 2021 on Saturday along with senior journalist and author Kaveree Bamzai

Published on 27th March 2021
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Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences Director tests Covid positive despite two vaccine jabs

Authorities at SGPGIMS claimed that necessary sanitisation work of the director's office has been undertaken and contact training and testing of those who came in contact with the couple is underway

Published on 26th March 2021
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Uber pledges free rides worth Rs 50 lakh for vaccinating India's elderly

Since the outbreak of the pandemic, the ride-hailing major has announced multiple initiatives to support local authorities, civil society organisations and state governments

Published on 18th March 2021
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Penguin Random House releases picture books that introduce children to Parsis, Anglo-Indians

Anastasia Damani is an illustrator-turned-author, musician and theatre lover. When she's not donning one of these hats, she likes curling up with a warm cup of tea

Published on 17th March 2021
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Kerala education channel to telecast live phone-in programme for students of Classes X and XII

The classes for Standards 1 to 9 would be completed by April 30 and all arrangements have been made for covering the portions by then, authorities said

Published on 15th March 2021
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MHA says centralised data of internet shutdown not maintained by ministry during tensions

The MHA said that the suspension of telecom services/internet shutdown is done by the appropriate authorities in the States / UTs  during riots and tensions

Published on 10th March 2021
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Delhi govt promises new law university and virtual model schools in 2021-22

A provision of Rs 1,550 crore for the development of unauthorised colonies has been made. To develop the housing units for the poor in the city

Published on 9th March 2021
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Why Savie Karnel's book, set during the Babri Masjid demolition, will redefine the concept of religion for children

A journalist-turned-author, Bengaluru-based Savie Karnel reassures kids that their perceptions of life are more interesting than adults

Published on 4th March 2021

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