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Harvard professor ignites political uproar between Japan and South Korea over 'comfort women' claims 

Ramseyer's article, titled Contracting for sex in the Pacific War, was published online in December and was scheduled to appear in the March issue of the International Review of Law and Economics

Published on 8th March 2021
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Aurangzeb gave grants to rebuild Hindu temples: NCERT slammed with legal notice for Class 12 textbook claim

Earlier, an RTI filed in 2020 by another activist named Shivank Sharma had asked the NCERT about factual evidence backing the claim

Published on 8th March 2021
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Alliance Air operates inaugural flight to Bareilly with a crew entirely made up of women

The airline deployed all-women crew for the inaugural flight under the command of women pilots, women crew, women engineers, women aircraft dispatchers and women Air Traffic Controller (ATC)

Published on 8th March 2021
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Health crisis, stigma and images of people dying alone: Here's what the pandemic taught  this young doctor

Dr Kamna Kakkar was among the first few to speak up about the health crisis. She tells us about how she battled the pandemic

Published on 6th March 2021
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Women's Day: How this 28-year-old med student overcame her fears to fight the Coronavirus

We spoke to a med student from Kolkata who was serving on the frontlines during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's what she had to say

Published on 6th March 2021
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Anna University issue stirs up reservation debate: Do you know how, why and when Tamil Nadu created a 69% reservation policy?

Tamil Nadu’s reservation policy is the highest in the state and because of this, it has been repeatedly challenged and debated

Published on 3rd 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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Scientists from IISc reveal new mutations and proteins of the novel Coronavirus

The genomic analysis was done using what molecular biologists like Tatu call next generation sequencing (NGS), a technology that allows for rapid sequencing of the entire genome

Published on 4th March 2021
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What the FAQ: Here's everything you need to know about NASA's Perseverance Rover Mission on Mars

Rovers are essential tools in space exploration. Here's everything about them and NASA's new Perseverance Rover Mission

Published on 1st March 2021
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New book reveals that Sherlock Holmes author had probed Indian orgin man's case

The story, which revolves around several threatening letters and the distressing killing and mutilation of animals, was one of the most famous cases of miscarriage of justice in Edwardian England

Published on 1st March 2021
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DU awards 'digital degrees' to nearly 1,80,000 students during its 97th annual convocation

Over 156 medals and 36 prizes were also awarded to the students in person by Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ''Nishank'', who was the chief guest of the occasion

Published on 27th February 2021
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Why does the Andhra govt want Delhi's Sri Venkateswara College to be part of Andhra University?

The college is managed by the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), with the temple's management body contributing to the development and progress of the college

Published on 27th February 2021
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Ever heard of a nose flute? Thanks to bamboo artisan Rajiv VK, this long-lost instrument is finding its way back

Rajiv VK helped restore a long-lost Indian tradition when he helped make a nose flute out of bamboo. We speak to the bamboo artisan about the journey that led him there

Published on 24th February 2021
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NASA releases first high-definition panoramic view of Mars rover landing site

The panorama was stitched together on Earth from 142 individual images taken on Sol 3, the third Martian day of the mission on February 21

Published on 25th February 2021
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Study finds that diabetes patients who use health apps have improved health, lower medical costs

The study concluded that patients who used the apps had better health outcomes and were able to regulate their health behaviour more effectively

Published on 25th February 2021

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