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    Study finds that mustard oil may be best for the heart

    If you want to achieve good health amid the pandemic, choosing the right oil should be the foremost step as COVID-19 is an inflammatory disease and we should, therefore, focus more on anti-inflammatory diets and the right cooking oil, top health experts have said. Eminent physician and cardiologist and Past President of the Indian Medical Association KK Aggarwal is favourably inclined...

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    Google says it won't track users as they browse web once third party cookies are phased out

    It a bid to create a privacy-first web experience for billions of its users, Google has explicitly said that once third-party cookies are phased out from its platforms, it will not build alternate identifiers to track individuals as they browse across the web, nor will use them in its products. Google Chrome last year announced its intent to remove...

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    Expanding its workforce across Canada, Infosys plans to create 500 jobs in Calgary

    IT services major Infosys has said it will create 500 jobs in Calgary over the next three years, doubling its Canadian workforce to 4,000 employees by 2023. This expansion was announced by Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi, along with Infosys President Ravi Kumar, Calgary Economic Development President and CEO Mary Moran, and David Knight...

    • 2 hrs ago
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    New studies suggest COVID-19 evolves naturally, more widespread than believed

    New studies have suggested that COVID-19 evolved naturally and is far more widespread than previously believed, a media report said. "At least four recent studies have identified coronaviruses closely related to the pandemic strain in bats and pangolins in Southeast Asia and Japan, a sign that these pathogens are more widespread than previously known and that...

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    Micro-containment tag removed from VSSUT hostels after testing kits were found faulty

    A day after it came to fore that the 25 engineering students of Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology (VSSUT) had tested positive for Covid-19 due to faulty rapid antigen kits, the authorities on Wednesday lifted the micro-containment zone tag from the hostels. However, amid the confusion, the authorities postponed another examination of final year...

    • 3 hrs ago
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    #ThrowBackToday: Everyman Charlie Chaplin was knighted by Queen Elizabeth 46 years ago today

    At the age of 85, silent film star Charlie Chaplin was knighted on March 4, 1975. Known for movies like The Kid and The Great Dictator, and of course his iconic mustache and top hat, this comedian was knighted at Buckingham Palace which is merely minutes away from the slum he grew up in. He was bound by the wheelchair and unable to kneel to receive the...

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    BHU VC forms committee to look into Dalit prof's allegations, asks for report within 48 hours

    After three days of sit-in protest, the Banaras Hindu University Vice-Chancellor Dr Rakesh Bhatnagar has constituted a four-member committee to look into the allegations of Dr Shobhana Narlikar, the Associate Professor of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication. Dr Narlikar had said that she had been passed over for promotion and for the...

    • 14 hrs ago
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    Will Gita, Ramayana be taught in India's Madrassas under NIOS? Here's what the education ministry says

    Earlier on Wednesday, a few media outlets had reported that the National Institute of Open Schooling will introduce its new curriculum on ancient Indian knowledge and heritage at 100 madrasas across the country, as part of the new National Education Policy. However, now the Ministry of Education has issued a statement saying that the news was...

    • 15 hrs ago
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    Schools in Puducherry reopen, no decisions on examinations for Classes 9, 10 and 12 yet

    After a gap of one year due to the COVID pandemic, schools in the Puducherry and Karaikal regions of the union territory started functioning full time from Wednesday. It may be noted that due to Covid all educational institutions here remained closed from March last year. On October 8 last year classes for Classes 9 to 12 commenced for half a day and on...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Drivers arrange drinking water facility for wild animals inside Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary

    A group of drivers join hands to provide drinking water to the wild animals inside the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary in Tholpetty. The drivers who are conducting Jeep safaris inside the forest for tourists built barriers and brushwood check-dams across small streams within the forest for wild animals. "There are already around 40 brushwood check-dams...

    • 18 hrs ago

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