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Researchers say that nature may boost city dwellers' overall health 

Nature provides cooling shade to neighborhood streets, a safe harbor for pollinators, and rainwater absorption to reduce flooding

Published on 11th May 2021
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Government exempts customs on food, medicines for charitable organisations amid COVID surge

The government has exempted custom duty on import of foodstuff, medicines, medical stores of perishable nature and blankets from charitable organisations

Published on 27th April 2021
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A miracle in Mollem: How Goans are galvanising the young 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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Sydney to spend $291.5 million to plant trees, cover 40 per cent of lad by 2050

The city will also work with the local aboriginal community to identify cultural and practical principles to incorporate when designing new spaces, as well as to help integrate people with nature

Published on 17th March 2021
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New CWS study generates methods on conservation of tropical forest ungulates

The scientific monograph titled 'Spatial Dynamics and Ecology of Large Ungulate Populations in Tropical Forests of India' has been published by 'Springer Nature', a research publisher

Published on 15th March 2021
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CO2 emissions cuts must increase tenfold to tackle climate emergency, study says 

The findings, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, show the need for far greater ambition ahead of the important UN climate summit in Glasgow, UK, in November

Published on 4th March 2021
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Disha Ravi asks Delhi HC to direct Delhi police not to leak private information to third party

Ravi urged the court to issue a writ of mandamus or writ of like nature directing certain media houses and all private satellite TV channels

Published on 18th February 2021
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Inefficiency of Merit: Have India's top technical, scientific institutes used the ‘merit’ debate to deny jobs to teachers from oppressed communities?

Technical and scientific institutes have maintained that due to the ‘sophisticated nature’ of certain jobs, they cannot allow people who come in through reservation to occupy them

Published on 8th February 2021
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An attack on Indian democracy: 688 NLU students release statement condemning farmers' protest

Aditya Kashyap, one of the signatories of the statement says that the signatures were collected in a span of two days

Published on 8th February 2021
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No conclusive proof of sexual assault in the autopsy report of UP girl, DNA test result awaited: Cops

A senior police officer indicated that it would be premature to say anything on the nature of crime at this stage of the investigation as further evidence are being gathered

Published on 13th January 2021
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How Oxford University Press' proactive measures to stay relevant came to its aid during the pandemic  

OUP has seen several landmark events, often disruptions of varying nature, as also changes in learner preferences over time, said India's OUP Managing Director

Published on 28th December 2020
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New study claims COVID-19 can impact brain as more people report brain fog and fatigue 

The study, published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, found that that the spike protein, often depicted as the red arms of the virus, can cross the blood-brain barrier in mice

Published on 18th December 2020
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McGill University study finds how loneliness affects our health

They discovered a sort of signature in the brains of lonely people that make them distinct in various ways, based on variations in the volume of different brain regions

Published on 16th December 2020
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India sees the highest drop in work, social, household travels due to pandemic: Survey

The changing mobility pattern has further raised pertinent questions about the nature and shape of cities and transport networks

Published on 26th November 2020
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Smell, taste changes an early indication of COVID-19 community spread

The study, published in the journal Nature Communications, also observed a decline in self-reports of smell and taste changes as early as five days after lockdown enforcement

Published on 12th November 2020

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