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Your kid-napping well could prevent the risk of cancer later in their adulthood: Study

Here's why it is important for parents to keep track of their kids' proper sleep-cycle and Body Mass Index from an early stage

Published on 28th January 2018
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Your child shares your DNA but they’re not born to fulfill your dreams: Gautami speaks about her game-changing education system 

Veteran actor, Gautami Tadimalla talks about her aim to alter the education system in rural areas, her letter to the Prime Minister, her NGO Life Again Foundation

Published on 24th March 2017
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Yay! These surprise planners are putting smiles on cancer patients' faces

Surprise! This small bunch is all about making memories, not just for themselves, but for others too.  Sakthivel Panneerselvam, Co-founder of The6.in tells us more on their surprise planning business

Published on 4th December 2017
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World's smallest medical robot hits Guinness Book of World Records

The robot is basically a series of nanocomposite particles of multifunctional oxide materials that can be remotely controlled by an electromagnetic field

Published on 29th August 2018
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World Suicide Prevention Day: 10 common signs that your loved one is suicidal and how to help them

On World Suicide Prevention Day, a psychiatrist explains to us what are the risk factors that lead to an individual committing the act and how we can prevent it

Published on 10th September 2019
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World No Tobacco Day: How tobacco and cancer is tearing this family's life apart

Sathish's wife didn't realise that her husband was addicted to tobacco, she didn't know that it could lead to cancer either till she had to find out on her own

Published on 31st May 2018
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Why every Science graduate should check out Sri Ramachandra's new course on toxicology

The two-year Master's programme will focus on imparting skill-based practical knowledge for better employment opportunities both in India and abroad

Published on 30th July 2019
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What happened on May 22, 2018? Reliving the day Thoothukudi lost its hope in humanity

Time has passed and families recall the events of the day the police opened fire on lakhs of people without a warning, killing 15 people and leaving hundreds injured. What really happened that day?

Published on 22nd May 2019
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We're living in a police state: How the police ensured Thoothukudi won't rhyme with democracy  

From the police always knocking on their doors to having their mobiles checked randomly, the people saythey are constantly being hounded

Published on 22nd May 2019
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We will not be silent if anything happens to Muslim prof: AMU students tell BHU's Sanskrit department

We hope that BHU maintains impartiality in the campus. We are closely watching the situation at BHU with regards to the Muslim Professor, says the AMUSU statement

Published on 19th November 2019
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We have been lobbying very hard for the 2 year after-study work visa:  Ian Greer, Vice-Chancellor of Queen's University Belfast

Cost of living is an awful lot cheaper, he says. "The quality of the course here is good and we do offer a good package in terms of reasonably priced courses and very good quality of living," he says

Published on 26th June 2019
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Want world-class education? Dayanand Sagar University is the place to be!

The University provides world-class infrastructure with respect to Academics, Library, Recreational facilities, Student Hostels, and cafeteria

Published on 22nd June 2018
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UNESCO to set up a 'Design University for Gaming' in Visakhapatnam

Gaming Technology will be the best source of income in future and IT giants like UBSoft, Samsung, Microsoft etc are ready to establish their centres in Visakhapatnam

Published on 5th July 2018
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TN, Bengaluru students to study Zero Shadow Day on April 24, collaborate with students from other cities

The children in Chennai will measure the length of the shadow cast — almost zero on April 24 at noon, that is when the Sun crosses the local meridian

Published on 24th April 2019
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Three Indian students among 15 finalists in global science challenge 

The Indian teenagers are Samay Godika, 16, and Nikhiya Shamsher, 16, from Bengaluru and Kavya Negi, 18, from Delhi

Published on 16th October 2018

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