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    Exclusive: Inside India's First Water Clinic For Elephants on the Banks of Yamuna

    To rescue and rehabilitate elephants from abuse and captivity and provide them with the best medical care, India has opened its first exclusive hospital for elephants in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. The hydrotherapy treatment centre was established in November last year, near the banks of the river Yamuna, by the Wildlife SOS' Elephant Conservation and Care...

    • 13 hrs ago
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    One Stereotype at a Time: Meet the Female Scientists Putting India on the Global Map

    When Seetha Somasundaram, the Program Director, ISRO Space Science Program Office, successfully led the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) to Mars, she put to rest all kinds of stereotypes associated with India. Some of them were-Indian women remain confined to homes, science is a male-dominated field, India is a country of poor and hungry people, it is a land of...

    • 14 hrs ago
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    Kolkata Painter's Reinvention of Centuries-Old Patachitra Art Will Wow You!

    The world of Bhaskar Chitrakar is a curious one, filled with characters of wonder, that find inspiration and magic in the mundane. From household chores, public transport to marital relationships, his work is a commentary on a common man's life, more precisely, the life of a common Bengali Babu and Bibi. But, that is an aspect borrowed from the century-old folk art...

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    Mizo Girl Misses Dad's Funeral, Helps India Win: 5 Women Hockey Players Who Define Grit

    On Sunday, the Indian women's hockey team clinched the FIH Women's Series Finals defeating Japan 3-1 on their home turf of Hiroshima. It was an emphatic win marked by two goals from drag-flicker, Gurjit Kaur, and one from the captain, Rani Rampal. This win is the latest in a series of a successful run by the Indian women's hockey team, which...

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    How Tamil Nadu Has Become a Role Model in Reducing Road Accident Deaths

    Earlier this year, the Supreme Court-appointed three-member road safety committee led by Justice (retd) KS Radhakrishnan praised Tamil Nadu's efforts in reducing fatalities in road accidents, and the numbers don't lie. According to the National Crime Records Bureau, out of 1,47,913 accident deaths in 2017 across the country, 16,517 took place in Tamil Nadu. In...

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    17 Surgeries & 32 Metal Rods Couldn't Stop Him From Winning 5 Golds For India!

    Meet Niranjan Mukundan, a 24-year-old ace swimmer from Bengaluru, Karnataka. He was the world junior champion at the 11th IWAS (International Wheelchair Amputee Sports) Junior Games at Stadskanaal in the Netherlands in 2015, bronze medallist at the Asian Para Games in 2014 and a Limca Book of World Records inductee. Despite all his remarkable achievements, there is...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Made of Cardboard, This Rs 10 School Bag Doubles As a Desk For Rural Kids!

    Every morning, carrying a burden of neatly arranged books wrapped in plastic in one hand and an umbrella on the other, eight-year-old Ganesh Sanas walks almost three kilometres dodging the monsoon showers to reach his school in Satara, Maharashtra. Once inside, he moves around the classroom, touching the floor with his feet in search of a dry corner to keep his books,...

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    Online Keerai to WhatsApp Marketing: 3 Technovations Building Farms of the Future

    "In the current Indian agricultural scenario, last mile connectivity is a major challenge. This needs to be corrected urgently because extension services are a much-needed requirement for farmers who are the backbone of our country," says Naveen Kumar, whose revolutionary mobile application, NaPanta, is aiding over a lakh farmers across the country...

    • 3 days ago
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    Why Frugal 'Made-In-India' Innovations Will Redefine Medical Care in the Future

    One of the most exploitative and to a large extent, unavoidable expenses on an individual level, is that of medical treatment. From medicines to surgeries and every form of treatment in between, a large portion of the hospital bill is borne by an individual, and not, as one would expect, the public health sector. In 2017, the National Health Mission (NHM) was...

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    Odisha Tea-Seller Became a Teacher to Help Needy Kids Crack NEET For Free!

    When the results of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2019 were announced earlier this month, perhaps no other teacher would be more ecstatic than Ajay Bahadur Singh. Fourteen of his students from financially downtrodden backgrounds from Odisha emerged triumphant, after cracking the sought-after entrance exam. Having once nursed the dream of becoming a...

    • 3 days ago

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