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Scientist Discovered Some Of The Earliest Known Seed-Eating Perching Bird

Perching birds or passerines like sparrows, finches, robins, crows make up about 6,500 of the 10,000 bird species alive today. Once they were rare and scientists are still learning about their origins. Researchers have announced in a new paper in Current Biology, the discovery of one of the earliest known passerine birds, from 52 million years ago ...
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Nearly 40,000 Students Skip Board Exams

Board exams hold a lot of importance in the life of each student. During the exams, not only students but parents and teachers also face and experience stress, anxiety, depression etc. In India, there are various boards at the national and the state level. Uttar Pradesh or UP Board is one of the famous boards. It is well known for not being very st ...
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Right to Education Seat Given in Private Schools If No Government Schools Nearby

Children from disadvantaged sections looking for admission under the neighborhood quota of Right To Education (RTE) can now get enrolled in unaided private schools only if there are no government schools available in their locality. The state government informed that it is reimbursing to private unaided schools the tuition fees of 6 lakh students u ...
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The Entrepreneurship Curriculum of Delhi Government Without Exams and Books

Soon Delhi Government is going to launch the entrepreneurship curriculum that will have no exams, books or evaluation. The government will initiate the entrepreneurship curriculum as a pilot project in 15-20 schools in April. The government will see a full-fledged launch in all government schools in July. SCERT: State Council of Educational Researc ...
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A Group of Deep-Sea Microbes Provides Clues to Early Life

According to a recent paper in The ISME Journal, revealed how a group of deep-sea microbes hold clues to the evolution of life on Earth. Cutting-edge molecular methods were used to study these microbes by the researchers; these microbes thrive in hot, oxygen-free fluids that flow through the Earth's crust. These group microbes are called “Hy ...
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People To Adopt “Green Good Deeds”

Nature is God’s greatest gift to human beings. Nature provides us with all our basic needs such as water to drink, air to breathe and food to eat. Healthy and clean environment brings prosperity, growth and development. It is our primary duty to protect the environment and our mother nature. Also, Article 21 of the Indian Constitution states ...
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Partial Deletion of Y- heterochromatin Exhibits Stress Vulnerability

According to a new study performed by the scientists at the Center for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) and Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT), Hyderabad, partial deletion of the heterochromatin region of the Y chromosome may exhibit to the increased stress vulnerability and reduced new neuron formation in mice.The Y-chromosome in ...
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Schools Lack The Basic Facility of Toilets

Health is wealth. Indeed this is a true saying. If an individual is not healthy, then all wealth of the world is useless for him. Basic hygiene and sanitation is very important part of every individual’s life. It is a basic need that cannot be ignored. Numerous initiatives take place at a global level in order to create awareness for cleanlin ...
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A Leprosy-Afflicted Teacher Fought All Hurdles For His Students

Born in 1944 in Gunnathota Valasa, Andhra Pradesh, Balaram was one of the few lucky people who have got the opportunity to not get an education but also live his dream. The credit goes to his teacher Varahagiri Veni Madhavarao. His teacher was having deep stumps on his legs which even affect his walking but still, he used to travel 4 km to reach Ba ...
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A Shop Without A Shopkeeper

Have you ever visited a shop which is not operated by anyone? A shop where people can purchase whatever they need and drop the required amount in a box at the counter. Doesn’t it sound impossible? But, such an arrangement exists in the coastal village of Azhikode near Kannur. Inaugurated on 1st January, this ‘self-service’ shop is ...
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