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    17,000 farmers in India committed suicide in last 3 years

    Over 17,000 farmers in different parts of the country committed suicide between 2018 and 2020, the Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday. According to the ADSI report, 5,763 farmers or cultivators committed suicide in 2018.

    South Asia
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    Mount Everest's Highest Glacier Rapidly Losing Ice: Study

    Ice on a glacier near the summit of Mount Everest that took millennia to form has shrunk dramatically in the last three decades due to climate change, a new study has shown.

    Science
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    Massive Volumes Of Covid Hospital Waste Threaten Health, Environment: WHO

    Discarded syringes, used test kits and old vaccine bottles from the COVID-19 pandemic have piled up to create tens of thousands of tonnes of medical waste, threatening human health and the environment.

    Lifestyle
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    No Masks In Closed Spaces, Jab Certificate Not Needed: UK Eases Curbs

    England on Thursday lifted coronavirus restrictions imposed to tackle the Omicron variant, with masks no longer required in enclosed places and vaccine passports shelved.

    World
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    Spider silk could be used as robotic muscle

    Above a certain level of relative humidity in the air, they suddenly contract and twist, exerting enough force to potentially be competitive with other materials being explored as actuators — devices.

    Technology
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    Goats Can Read Your Face

    PARIS: Goats can distinguish smiling human faces from frowning ones on photos, and actively seek out snapshots of happier individuals, a study said Wednesday.

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    First-ever cards tournament kicks off in Saudi Arabia

    "We are simply reverting to a moderate Islam. 70% of the Saudis are younger than 30, honestly we won’t waste 30 years of our life combating extremist thoughts, we will destroy them now and immediately.”

    Lifestyle
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    Why is Israel Afraid of Rising Iran

    Scientific research flourishes in contemporary Iran as it withers away in Sunni countries. Tehran has been able to develop advanced research institutes, an independent military industry and a nuclear program.

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    Who Owns the Zika Virus?

    The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Zika virus a global health emergency on February 1st, 2016 without providing much detail on the disease. So here are some facts until we receive more information:

    ARIA
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    Indian researchers develop 3D bioprinted cartilage

    Millions of people around the world suffer from degenerative joint diseases such as arthritis. Despite attempting for the last 30 years, scientists across the world have not been able to produce in the lab cartilage-like

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    India successfully launches third remote sensing satellite Resourcesat-2A

    India successfully launched its latest remote sensing satellite, RESOURCESAT-2A, which would be useful for agricultural applications like crop area and production estimation, drought monitoring, soil mapping, cropping system analysis and farm advisories generation.

    Technology
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    Democracy, Death and Dictatorship Under Aung San Suu Kyi

    Shocking new satellite pictures from Myanmar have exposed evidence of widespread ethnic cleansing in the troubled Rakhine State, according to human rights groups.

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  • IIM Indore launches 5-year management course

    The Indian Institute of Management, Indore, has launched a five-year Integrated Program in Management aimed at students who have passed out of class XII or equivalent from various schools in India.

    Technology

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