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NIDF and Chandigarh University create Guinness World Record with largest human image of a waving national flag  

Har Ghar Tiranga is in full swing as many participate in bike rallies, freedom rallies and many other several programmes

 

Published on 13th August 2022
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Afghanistan: Girls face bleak future as ban on secondary education continues after Taliban takeover

The Taliban took over Afghanistan in August 2021 and imposed policies that severely restricted basic rights, particularly those of women and girls 

Published on 13th July 2022
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Girl dies by suicide in Odisha's BJB College; her parents sit on a hunger strike demanding justice

The girl alleged in her suicide note that three of her seniors were harassing her by ragging. The police investigation is on and the college authorities have made no comments on the matter 

Published on 6th July 2022
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Review experiment of providing Humanities courses in tech institutes: Parliamentary panel

The committee headed by Rajya Sabha MP Vinay Sahasrabuddhe noted that there was an urgent need to revisit and revamp the norms for starting online courses

Published on 5th July 2022
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IISc researchers discover human brain activity with the help of Graphic Processing Unit (GPUs)

Regularized, Accelerated, Linear Fascicle Evaluation algorithm can rapidly analyse the enormous amounts of data generated from diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging scans of the human brain

Published on 28th June 2022
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International Day of Yoga: From Delhi to Mysuru, this is how students are observing the day 

The theme this year is Yoga for Humanity, which highlights the message of universal brotherhood in these trying times of the COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 21st June 2022
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Taliban's dress codes are making life difficult for Afghan girl students and teachers. Absurd much?

The terrorist group has reportedly appointed spies in schools to ensure that the dress code is being followed

Published on 28th April 2022
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Students not "superhumans": Academicians lament decision to allow students to pursue two degree simultaneously

Professors have drawn attention to the fact that a full-time programme requires full-time attention and efforts

Published on 13th April 2022
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What happened on April 9: Human voice is recorded for the first time, a victory is documented

The day celebrates innovations and bravery. A battle takes place in India and almost a century later, on the same day, a unique invention surfaces in France 

Published on 9th April 2022
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Delhi Court grants bail to accused in Sulli Deals and Bulli Bai app cases on humanitarian grounds

The court said that prolonged incarceration would be detrimental to his overall well being

Published on 29th March 2022
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Schools, universities lose 60 per cent students amid humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan's Kabul

The Taliban regime had previously issued a decree banning female students above Class VI from participating in classes

Published on 28th March 2022
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Students call St Xavier's decision to conduct offline exams "cold and inhumane", no respite after Edu Minister's intervention

The college has been facing resistance from students who claim they have not been given enough time to prepare for the exams

Published on 22nd March 2022
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What the FAQ: The United States may declare Rohingya crisis a genocide. What does this mean?

While the military operation was underway, a huge number of civilian posts appeared on Facebook calling for murder and violence against the Rohingyas

Published on 21st March 2022
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IIT Madras to inaugurate Brain Centre to focus on high-resolution imaging of the human brain

The Sudha Gopalakrishnan Brain Centre will be inaugurated by Prof K VijayRaghavan, Principal Scientific Adviser to the Gov't of India

Published on 18th March 2022
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What The FAQ: What are humanitarian corridors and why is Ukraine opposing the formation of some of them?

Have you heard of humanitarian corridors before? These are established during times of war to allow civilians to evacuate themselves or receive essential aid

Published on 14th March 2022

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