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Students from India mostly go to China for a medical degree. Most Indian students studying in Wuhan are enrolled in medical universities
This Indian student escaped China a few days before the coronavirus outbreak — but his brother is still stuck there
China has reported almost 26 coronavirus deaths. 830 people are admitted in various hospitals, after getting infected
A novel coronavirus, identified by Chinese authorities on January 7 and currently named 2019-nCoV, is a new strain that had not been previously identified in humans
Parents of 500 Indian students studying in China worried as coronavirus death toll spikes, 5 cities shut down
There are nearly about 500 students from India pursuing their PHDs and medicine in China. They have been asked not to step out of our dormitories
What will happen to board exam-bound Class 5, 8 students in TN if they don't get a community certificate in time?
Even though every child seems to have an Aadhaar card today, acquiring a community certificate is still a herculean task for most students in the state. But is it possible to get one before the exams?
For Anita Krishnan, ideas usually come during her walks. And there have been many times when she had to cut her walk short and run back to jot down the idea
The Kamatchi Shanmugam Matriculation Higher Secondary School management had warned the victim to say that he fell off the bench
This Kolkata teacher started a footpath dispensary for doctors to treat slum kids' ailments. Inspiration much?
The footpath dispensary falls under the aegis of his organisation Feed (food, education and economic development), which began its journey three years ago in parts of Kolkata
Kay Roberts, the founder of the Chennai-based online baking line Kay's Bakes, talks about how she ended up in the baking business
Hyderabad's Namrata Sultania has hit a home run with her mini cupcakes that are available in three flavours — chocolate, vanilla and red velvet. The ganache is either white chocolate or dark chocolate
Nishi Srivastava through her platform The Craftsutra, is teaching people about different and not-so-popular artforms in India. Her workshops are attended by people across all the age-groups
The solitary teacher in one of the deepest forests in Kerala speaks about how she manages to row her way to her students — and why she has dedicated her life to the cause
Schools are considered temples of learning and who said they have to look dull? The Hyderabad-based NGO We Can Make A Change not just paints government schools but also renovates them
Popular author Anand Neelakantan to understand his inclination towards mythological characters like Duryodhana and Ravana, and why they are relevant in today’s times
The order from Supreme Court comes into effect from January 15 and shall remain in force for seven days. Internet is provided in order to facilitate tourism in Jammu and Kashmir region
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