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    Children's Science Congress urges Students to be determined in their pursuit of science

    Bharat Ratna, Professor C.N.R. Rao has said that the future of the country depended on science and technology and the future of science lay on the children who with their hard work and sincerity can work wonders in science. He was addressing the inaugural session of the Rashtriya Kishore Vaigyanik Sammelan (Children's Science Congress), a part of the...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Train Ticket Price Hike: Traveling In Indian Railways Will Be Costlier From 1 January 2020

    Indian Railways on Tuesday announced a hike in ticket price across its network from 01 January 2020. The increased fare will not be applicable in the suburban train services of the national transporter. The fare hike will be implemented in various categories of the services provided by Indian Railways. The last fare revision over Indian Railways...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    No One Goes Hungry At Shaheen Bagh; Peaceful Anti-CAA Protest

    While chilly wave has seized entire North India, a six-lane highway at the outskirt of North East Delhi, Shaheen Bagh, is simmering slowly on the flame of anti-CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019) and proposed NRC (National Register of Citizens) protest. A makeshift since fortnight, when Jamia Milia Islamia's library faced violent clashes between the protestors and Delhi...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Army Veterans Demand Reservation in Legislative Bodies

    In a press conference organized by Martyrs' Family Welfare Foundation' at Press Club of India on Thursday, many retired Army veterans including the Convener of the foundation Major Dr. TC Rao, Major General Ranjit Singh, Major General Ravindra Yadav, Colonel Ravi Tokas, Major SN Yadav, Chairman of MFWF Colonel Mahavir Singh participated in the press conference. The demand of...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    Everything You Should Know About Atal Bhujal Yojana (ATAL JAL)

    Ground water contributes to nearly 65% of total irrigated area of the country and nearly 85% of the rural drinking water supply. The limited ground water resources in the country are under threat due to the increasing demands of growing population, urbanization and industrialization. Intensive, and unregulated ground water pumping in many areas has caused rapid and widespread...

    • 4 weeks ago
  • Nation

    Regulating All Medical Devices Under DCA Is A Draconian Move: SMTA

    On Wednesday, 'The Surgical Manufacturers and Traders Association' organized a press conference against the new framework for regulating all the medical devices under the 'Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940' proposed by the government of India. The association expressed its grievances that the new policy will swipe out the entire Medical Device Trade and...

    • 2 months ago
  • Nation

    Tiger numbers fine but vegetation declining in tiger reserves warns the study

    A new study has warned that all may not be well with tiger reserves in the country. It has found that even while they were good at protecting animals, their vegetation condition was far from being satisfactory. The study, which used open-source satellite data, has reported a drastic decline in vegetation, with extensive drying of forests inside tiger reserves, thus...

    • 3 months ago
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    Half of India's adolescent are unhealthy, UNICEF Report

    Half of India's adolescents (10 to 19 years) - almost 63 million girls and 81 million boys - are not healthy. They are either short, thin, overweight or obese. Almost all adolescents in India have unhealthy or poor diets. This is the main cause for all forms of malnutrition. These are the findings of a report on adolescents released by NITI Aayog and UNICEF India. Over 80...

    • 3 months ago
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    AACI asks the government to recall its role as a food regulator and focus on health policies

    The Alliance Against Conflict of Interest (AACI)-an alliance of organisations and individuals working in various sector aimed at having a legal protection from conflict of interests in all sectors in public policy - has asked the government and the Food Safety & Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) to recall its role as the regulator and move away...

    • 3 months ago
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    Eco-Friendly solutions could save the future - Himansh Verma

    The alarming situations are giving us a warning that our future will not be able to survive if the Earth's deterioration will continue at the same pace. Our flora and fauna are on the verge of extinction, and there is an urgent need to bring eco-friendly solutions so that we can preserve nature's beauty by providing a greener, cleaner, and safer place to live. So many...

    • 3 months ago

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