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Shasn recreates the scenario of an electoral campaign where people work against each other to win politically and take a stand by making a tough ethical choice
The word ‘toolkit’ has been used frequently recently ever since Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg through her tweets voiced solidarity with the protesting Indian farmers
Around two-thirds (65 per cent) of students across the surveyed countries say they would rather want their university offered the choice of more online learning if it meant paying lower tuition fees.
Be precise and persuasive. It is important to be present in a conversation, either online or offline, instead of having your eyes glued to the mobile, it’s important to give our complete attention
Typed Tales is a web app that teaches kids with ID to understand their emotions and learn practical skills — and inspire them to take things further
Chennai school's question paper calls protesting farmers miscreants, violent maniacs; sparks social media storm
The Class X English question paper of a prominent school asks the students to write a letter to a newspaper editor, condemning the actions
Janatapaksha: This Bengali youth group is getting common people to voice their concerns straight to politicos ahead of polls
Janatapaksha is not an upcoming party contesting elections. It's merely a platform for the people whose voices drown under the loudspeakers of party politics
Nearly one lakh NRIs have registered to take the test while at least 15% overseas applicants include foreign nationals.
The session held by Kautilya School of Public Policy questioned the need to have students involved in public policy and the current scenario in India
When asked about the report, the Foreign Ministry's top spokesperson, Hua Chunying, didn't directly address the allegations about China's role in spreading virus disinformation
Koo, a favourite among several Union ministers, including IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad who is at the forefront of the government's war with Twitter, has reached 4.2 million users within no time.
Uttar Pradesh's Shabnam was convicted along with her lover Salim of murdering seven of her family members in 2008. Here we try to explain the case and its outcome
Britain to be world's first country to run a COVID-19 human challenge study, help scientists understand virus transmission
It will help scientists understand how the immune system reacts to the novel coronavirus, and identify factors that influence how the virus is transmitted
The 'Kamdhenu Gau Vigyan Prachar-Prasar Examination', for which there is no registration fee, will be held on February 25
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said he was worried about the chilling effect on campuses of unacceptable silencing and censoring
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