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​These Govt Engg College students' power banks helped people stuck in #KeralaFloods call family

These students from Thiruvananthapuram have been working day in and day out to make these makeshift power banks which are being distributed by private agencies like the Red Cross across relief camp

Published on 20th August 2018
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​I'm not an anti-national, this government is anti-national: Kanhaiya Kumar

The activist and former JNU unionist believes that the arrest of the intellectuals was done to divert the attention from the news that 99% of the demonetised notes are back in circulation

Published on 31st August 2018
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Zinc in: These IIT Mandi professors tell us how zinc oxide can prevent Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

ZnO nanoparticles mediate the signaling pathways to induce insulin sensitivity and may potentially prevent Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Diseases

Published on 30th April 2019
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Youth slashes wrist, killer-game Momo Challenge blamed

Though the exact reason behind the incident is yet to be ascertained, his family members suspect that Sunil took the step while playing Momo Challenge, the online game, on his mobile phone

Published on 17th September 2018
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Your kid may want to cut down on those fries, study shows rich countries see high cases of child obesity

The researchers have however found that if the current trend continues, obesity among children will take over malnutrition on a global scale by 2022

Published on 12th October 2017
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Your genetic make-up can influence whether you can own a dog or not, says study

Scientists studied the heritability of dog ownership using information on 35,035 twin pairs from the Swedish Twin Registry

Published on 20th May 2019
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Your daily dose of inspiration: After losing her hands at the age of 13, Malvika Iyer is now a world famous motivational speaker

She lost her hands in a bomb blast but that did not stop her from inspiring lives, giving speeches at the UN and being invited to co-chair the World Economic Forum summit

Published on 11th September 2017
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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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Young girls in Tirupur allegedly manipulate age in medical certificate to get employed in spinning mills

Over 750 spinning mills in the three districts, nearly 60 to 70 percent of the total workforce are adolescent girls

Published on 9th December 2018
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Young girls in Bihar are using this app to fight child marriage and dowry abuse

Bandhan Tod is India's first ever app to successfully prevent child marriage. This UN-backed mobile-app has rescued many young girls minutes before they are married off at an early age

Published on 24th January 2018
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You must have heard of Blue Whale Challenge! This Dolphin Challenge by a Chennai-based psychologist is India's counter for it 

David Samson has found a way to counter the Blue Whale challenge — by initiating a game that encourages people to become more positive in their lives

Published on 9th September 2017
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You can push the frontiers of medical science on an everyday basis

From pacemakers to stem cell engineering, the greatest technological and biological leaps in the past few decades were invented through the work that took place within Biomedical Engineering
 

Published on 7th February 2018
Suno heartbeat listener by BITS Hyderabad

You can now hear your unborn baby's heartbeat from anywhere, thanks to this engineer duo

Hyderabad-based Pregnitive, a women's healthcare company designs solutions to improve the health of mothers and babies

Published on 11th March 2019
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Yogi's threat changed my life: Dr Kafeel Khan, doc who saved lives during the Gorakhpur massacre

The Yogi government needed a scapegoat in order to handle the media storm. I was the one, Dr Khan recounted

Published on 9th July 2019
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Yoga for children: How it's a dire need in today’s digital age to improve imagination and creativity

The benefits of Namaskars for children are many, among them are digital detox, reducing digital obsession and more

Published on 11th June 2019

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