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A Caged Journey to Home

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‘Madam, Jhooth Nahi bolenge, ‘1500 pada hai, hum 75 aadmi ek truck me aae the (Madam, I’ll not lie, we came back in Rs. 1,500 per head, 75 of us packed in one turck),’ Ram Kishore confessed to the first writer when she called him up in his village Dalkheda …

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Theatre Experts Ananth Mahadevan and Adil Hussain will share their Theatre Experience

Mr. Rashmin Majithia is a Renowned Industrialist and also A Producer of Coconut Theatre

Theatre Experts Ananth Mahadevan and Adil Hussain will share their Theatre Experience  During the lockdown Chai-Wai & Rangmanch has organised a series of live sessions by theatre practitioners. Mumbai, 20th July 2020. Coconut Theatre has organised a series of live online sessions on “Chai-Wai & Rangmanch” platform. The sessions are …

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Banning of Social Media News Platforms in Haryana: How much Justified?

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JAG MOHAN THAKEN –CHANDIGARH “If you notice some incidents of corruption in government offices, instead of bringing these corrupt employees to book, you ban all these offices to function.” “If incidents of purse snatching—pickpocketing increase in public transport, then instead of controlling the crime or Catching Pocket Pickers or Purse …

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Time for serious action on Police Reforms

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It is strange that suddenly a large part of public opinion is speaking of ‘rule of law’ after the killing of terrorist Vikas Dubey was killed. Of course, for many, he was not a terrorist but a petty criminal but then anyone who spread terror, kills innocent people whether with …

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Netflix’s Penalty Is Trending, Hitting All the Right Notes

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Mumbai, 09th July 2020 (News Helpline). Shubham Singh’s directorial Penalty is trending on Netflix, the film which is visually stunning with its heart in the right place, finally found its audience and warm appreciation for the well-crafted content-driven mid-budget social drama. The film chronicles an aspiring football player in Lucknow, …

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Blood-based biomarker can detect, predict severity of traumatic brain injury : Study

Neurofilament Light Chain on the Neuron

New Delhi, 09th July 2020. A study from the National Institutes of Health (USA) confirms that neurofilament light chain as a blood biomarker can detect brain injury and predict recovery in multiple groups, including professional hockey players with acute or chronic concussions and clinic-based patients with mild, moderate, or severe …

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Researchers develops battery operated portable ventilator

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New Delhi, Jul 08 (By Jyoti Singh): The novel coronavirus pandemic has raised the demand of ventilators across the country. To meet the escalating demand researchers from Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology (SCTIMST) has developed an Emergency Breathing Assist System (EBAS), called AirBridge. The device is …

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