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    Here's how ACCA's professional courses are helping accountants to be future ready

    The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) with their conference Connecting the dots in Chennai recently brought in some of the best people in the chartered accounting industry from across the world to share relevant practices and how accounting can help the sustainable development of businesses and sectors. The conference dealt with building...

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    Two model anganwadis with world-class facilities to come up at Chennai's Ashok Nagar

    The Greater Chennai Corporation is finally taking steps to rebuild and renovate dilapidated anganwadis in the city. Using Corporate social responsibility (CSR) funds, two anganwadis at Ashok Nagar are currently being converted into model anganwadis with world-class facilities.An anganwadi is supposed to cater to six aspects of child development, including...

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    Meet the home baker who introduced the Brazilian Brigadeiro to Chennai

    Brazilian Brigadeiro Cake Being an ardent fan of desserts, Kay Roberts upon leisurely researching cakes and desserts from around the world, discovered the Brazilian Brigadeiro Cake. Fascinated by the skills required to make this cake, she looked for a place in Chennai that baked the Brigadeiro, only to find out that none did.

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    Student researchers from LPU, IISER develop algae-based air purifier that will neutralise 98% of the harmful gases

    Student researchers in Punjab have developed an algae-based air purifier that will not only neutralise 98 per cent of the harmful gases and particulate matter in the air but will also increase the amount of oxygen making indoors more breathable. The researchers at Lovely Professional University and Indian Institutes of Science...

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    Everything you need to know about the 11th Indian Film Festival of Bhubaneswar

    To remind the audience that there are films that initiate thought-provoking dialogue and talk local and still have global relativity (though the said films don't necessarily fall under the 'mainstream' category), the eleventh edition of the Indian Film Festival of Bhubaneswar (IFFB) comes to Bhubaneswar again. It begins with the glorious Marathi movie Namdev Bhau on...

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    How Hyderabad theatre veteran Dr Pejjai Nagaraju is getting students to 'play' nice

    At the very start of our conversation with this popular theatre director, who also works extensively with children, Dr Pejjai Nagaraju confesses that it is much easier to work with children than adults. "You see, it's a two-way street with children. They have an abundance of imagination which helps me grow as a teacher and a director. In fact, I have taken...

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    How this Kerala college managed to go 100% green will give you #SustainabilityGoals

    If you see a student of Rajagiri College of Social Sciences on the first metro train of the day, it's not because they missed their college bus, it's because they don't have one! The first autonomous college in Kerala to be fully powered by solar energy, the institute is on its way to set a number of records when it comes to walking the talk on sustainability....

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    These Bhubaneswar school students created an IoT stick for farmers to detect bacteria in crops

    Did you know that 80 per cent of the time, the reason behind crop failure is bacterial attack? And by the time the farmer realises this and sends the leaf samples to the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development in Mumbai (which, once upon a time, was the only organisation that used to analyse leaves), and they get back with the correct...

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    India likely to have its own TOEFL for foreign students, in hope to improve university rankings

    India is likely to frame its own English language test, on the lines of TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language), for foreign students to improve its ranking among the most preferred countries for education in the world. At a press conference here on Tuesday, Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) President Dr Vinay Sahasrabuddhe said that...

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    Dream Run: How Priyanka Nag used Dreamcatchers and art to tide over Multiple Sclerosis

    Priyanka Nag was the last person to think that she would be such a pro at making dreamcatchers — a hoop on which a pattern is woven such that — as per native American culture — it keeps away the bad dreams and helps people sleep well. This bubbly youngster from Biramitrapur, near Rourkela in Odisha, has always been good at arts and crafts but...

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