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What the FAQ: What are the testing, social distancing rules in place for the Tokyo Olympics?

Tokyo 2020 is finally happening but COVID-19 still casts a gloomy shadow over the games. We answer some pressing questions about the safety protocols in place for the Summer Olympics

Published on 23rd July 2021
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Chemicals found in consumer products could increase breast cancer risk, a new study finds

The researchers outlined a number of recommendations in their study for improving chemical safety testing to help identify potential breast carcinogens before they end up in products

Published on 21st July 2021
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Karnataka SSLC Exams from July 19: How does the Education Department plan to keep students safe? 

As SSLC exams are scheduled to happen on July 19, KSEEB has made necessary arrangements to ensure safety for students during their board exams. Around 8,76,581 students are attending the exams

Published on 17th July 2021
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Offline exams to be conducted in Assam; ASDMA orders strict adherence to COVID protocol

The Assam government has finally allowed offline exams to commence in the state, but has laid down precautionary measures to ensure safety of staff and students

Published on 14th July 2021
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SSLC Exams in Shivamogga to start from July 19 under strict COVID guidelines

The district authorities are leaving no stone unturned in ensuring the safety of students, including conducting mock tests to ensure SOPs are followed

Published on 13th July 2021
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Why can't you follow the other boards? SC asks AP Govt over its decision to hold physical Class 12 exams

The SC expressed a lack of conviction with the state's decision that said they will follow COVID safety protocols while conducting the board exams in the last week of July

Published on 24th June 2021

CyberPeace Foundation and WhatsApp launch second phase of cyber security programme for students

Launched in consultation with UNICEF and state police authorities, the programme will train teachers, parents and students and equip them with tips and tricks to increase online safety

Published on 22nd June 2021
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Keep the positive vibes coming to banish all COVID-induced gloom 

They might have started off as safety regulations but actions like washing our hands often and wearing a mask have turned into habits at this point. We probably don’t even need reminders for that

Published on 16th June 2021
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Ashok Gehlot instructs officials to speed up the process to set up three institutes of higher learning in Rajasthan

The CM also approved an additional budget of Rs 7.29 crore for the procurement of safety equipment and ambulances for all district jails and the high-security jail of Ajmer

Published on 10th June 2021
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UK's drug regulator approves Pfizer BioNTech COVID vaccine for children above 12 years

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said the decision followed a "rigorous review" of safety and effectiveness in the lower age groups 

Published on 4th June 2021
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AMU asks students to vacate hostels, return home amid rising COVID cases

Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) spokesperson Prof Shafey Kidwai said it is in the interest of students and their health that they vacate the hostels and stay in the safety of their homes

Published on 29th May 2021
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Vedantu pledges Rs 15 Crore to aid COVID-hit kids in India

Vedantu has also offered NGOs and individuals working towards the safety and assisting the affected children to team up with the platform

Published on 28th May 2021
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Chhattisgarh announces 'exam from home' pattern for class XII board exams

The board decided to conduct the tests in this pattern in view of the safety of over 2.86 lakh students across the state

Published on 24th May 2021
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Increased number of children consulting doctors virtually, finds University of Michigan study

For one in three parents who chose virtual care, however, safety and reducing exposure to the virus was the primary reason. Another third of parents chose virtual visits for convenience

Published on 17th May 2021
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Indigenous herbal medicines helpful in treating mild to moderate COVID-19, claims AYUSH Ministry

The Ministry of Ayush in collaboration with the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) recently completed a multi-central clinical trial to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Ayush-64

Published on 8th May 2021

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