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In October 2020, the School Education Minister had announced that about 40 per cent of the total syllabus will be slashed
All five datasets surveyed by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) concur that 2011-2020 was the warmest decade on record, in a persistent long-term climate change trend
For the last two months, the University and the NCBC have been going back and forth on the admission of two candidates — Adduri Mukteshwar and Harshini Devi
On display at Coca-Cola's headquarters in Bengaluru, it took Prithveesh K Bhat over five months to plan and execute this particular work of art. Here's how he did it. Read on to find out more...
In today's #TBT, we talk about The Huygens Probe which successfully landed on Saturn's moon Titan and the information it relayed back is still being analysed and studied by scientists. Read on...
So long WhatsApp, Hola Kaizala! Why four Gujarat schools are migrating to Microsoft's messaging app Kaizala
Kaizala was developed in India by a team of Maharashtrian developers at the Microsoft India Development Center in Hyderabad
We are challenging nature fundamentally: In conversation with Infosys Prize winner Prof Arindam Ghosh and Prof Srinivas Kulkarni
Scientific temper has changed since the pandemic hit. More people are interested in it and more people know about scientists. The news is talking about them. But does this really help?
Around 800 medical super speciality seats in the country are likely to vacant, owing to the National Medical Commission not reducing the cutoff percentile
It involves inhaling a protein called interferon beta-1a (SNG001), which the body produces when it gets a viral infection
Meet the first Kashmiri to be awarded the Kofi Annan scholarship and the Oxford-Weidenfeld-Hoffmann scholarship
Mirza Bég is a lawyer from Kashmir, who is currently pursuing his master's in Public Policy from Oxford's Blavatnik School of Government
For the study, the researchers surveyed 571 healthcare workers, including 473 emergency responders (firefighters, police, EMTs) and 98 hospital staff (doctors, nurses)
To keep the students engaged during the pandemic was a huge challenge. The teachers took the help of social media initially and soon after, switched to virtual classrooms to make learning interactive
Dr Sandeep Shastri is a renowned author, researcher, political strategist, international consultant, speaker, and has 13 books to his credit
TN teachers happy schools are reopening, but worried that there's too much ground to cover before 10, +2 exams
Several studies and surveys have shown the child labour spiked during the pandemic, teachers worry seats in their classrooms may remain empty because of the same
What the FAQ: Can humans contract Bird Flu? Everything about Avian Influenza and its spread in India
There are confirmed cases of bird flu in Kerala, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and six other states in India. Here's what you need to know
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