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#SayNoToWar: How social media is coming together to campaign for peace

On Twitter and Facebook, the hashtag #SayNoToWar is trending, let's hope those holding the trigger are listening

Published on 28th February 2019
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16 child petitioners including Greta Thunberg sue UN member states for lack of govt action on climate crisis

The Third Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child is a voluntary mechanism which allows children or adults on their behalf to appeal directly to the UN for help

Published on 24th September 2019
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70 cyclists from 17 nations to sensitise villages on the environment along their trail in Himachal Pradesh

Rally organisers also engage riders for interactions with students in schools along the race route with an aim to enlighten them about the benefits of cycling

Published on 1st October 2019
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7000 educational institutions across the world declare climate emergency, agree to address crisis

Examples of best practices for sustainability on campus include Kenya's Strathmore University, which runs on clean energy and has set up its own 600KW photovoltaic grid-tie system

Published on 11th July 2019
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79 Indian students invited to France as language assistants

The Language Assistants programme will see the participation of 60 countries

Published on 15th June 2017
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90 pc of Indian women who graduate from UK earn above-average salaries, says study

Over 1,000 Indians and a total of 16,000 students from different nationalities who had completed their studies between January 2011 and July 2016 were surveyed to understand their experience

Published on 4th September 2019
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92 per cent of full-time employees in India agree that there is a gap in skill: Report

Indian employees learn mostly through online courses (44 per cent) and corporate professional development (34 per cent), said the Udemy report

Published on 24th September 2020
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A miracle in Mollem: How Goans are galvanising the young and upbeat with art and activism to save their habitat

Students, researchers, scientists, musicians and artists in Goa have launched a widespread movement that hopes to save the protected Mollem National Park from three developmental projects

Published on 30th August 2020
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A number of Bengaluru scientists had a big hand to play in this year's Nobel Prize in Physics. Here's how

Bengaluru-based Professor Bala Iyer, who had been working on the LIGO project for decades is now elated about his colleagues receiving the Nobel Prize

Published on 6th October 2017
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A record spike of 9,987 cases  in a single day take India's COVID tally to 2.66 lakh

Now, India is the fifth most corona-affected country as it overtook Spain on Sunday, with its total corona cases at 2,66,598. It is behind the United Kingdom, which has a total of 2,88,834 cases

Published on 9th June 2020
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Abhay Ashtekar, renowned Indian American theoretical physicist wins prestigious Einstein Prize

After receiving his Ph.D. in 1974 from the University of Chicago, Ashtekar went on to hold influential positions in France, Canada and India.

Published on 15th October 2018
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Adios Prince Charming, Glass slippers and voiceless Princess! Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls introduces strong female leads into the world of fairytales

Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo, authors of Goodnight Stories reveal why they felt the need to write a book that features the inspirational stories ofa hundred extraordinary women.

Published on 6th June 2017
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After acing their game with bamboo, Bamboo House India is making the most of plastic waste by making homes out of it

Hyderabad-based Bamboo House India is receiving enquiries from across the seas for not just their houses made of bamboo and plastic, but for their other innovative products as well

Published on 3rd November 2018
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After researching Resistance Art, Jamia Millia student Dhrupadi Ghosh is now having to fight her own resistance battle

Dhrupadi Ghosh has been a PhD student at Jamia Millia University for two years, but out of the blue she received a notification about her termination from the University- with no stated reason

Published on 25th September 2017
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Air pollution linked with higher COVID-19 death rate: Study

Using this data, the researcher was able to identify hotspots around the world with high levels of air pollution and simultaneously low levels of air movement

Published on 20th April 2020

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