Saturday, September 18, 2021

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Fit India is the fitness mantra for staying healthy

A plethora of sports events was conducted for both parents and students on the virtual platform in a special assembly held to support this endeavour

Ambedkar’s role crucial in drafting Constitution

A special assembly was conducted on the significance of the Constitution Day as well as to reiterate the great work done by the revered members of the Constituent Assembly.

Pallavi Aware International: Zumba, poster making convey fitness message

Every following day was celebrated with the same enthusiasm conducting Taekwondo, Sports Quiz and rope skipping.

ITC Hotels launch the biryani and pulao collection

The Biryani & Pulao collection embodies the dining legacy and finest cuisine offerings from ITC Hotels.

Stem cell therapy

Stem cell therapy is a type of treatment option that uses a patient’s own stem cells to help repair damaged tissue and repair injuries.

‘Nurture the nature’ theme Annual Day a big hit

The profound message of “let’s nurture nature “which is the need of the hour was well depicted by the students through roleplay, dance, mime, news report, singing and various other means

Fit India: Getting in shape day-by-day

The Physical Education department inspired and motivated the children along with their class teachers to take part in this fitness drive.

DPS Nacharam: Inculcating culture of fitness in school children

The programme, which saw the presence of over 750 students and parents, commenced with the lighting of a lamp which denotes dispelling darkness.

PMS Bowenpally: Chess tourney gets good response

The tournament was conducted online through the LICHESS website and the winners will be declared three days later after all the matches are scrutinised in detail by the moderators.

Wine, cheese may reduce cognitive decline: Study

The study, published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, is the first of its kind large scale analysis that connects specific foods to later-in-life cognitive acuity.

Fake Covid-19 vaccines, remedies flooding dark web: Report

Researchers at Check Point said they have found a stream of posts on the darknet from sources claiming to have a range of "coronavirus vaccines" or "coronavirus remedies" for sale.

Bacteria can travel from one continent to another

These aerosols act like a "launch vehicle" for bacteria, and may pose risk of disease transmission across continents.

No link between Covid, Guillain-Barre syndrome: Study

The study, published in the journal Brain, have found no significant association between Covid-19 and the potentially paralysing and sometimes fatal neurological condition Guillain-Barre syndrome.

Tips for a Christmas home makeover

Entrepreneur Suruchi Khanna, Founder of Sana Furnishings by Suruchi Khanna, gives you the tips to give your home a Christmas makeover.

Study finds social media use increases belief in Covid-19 misinformation

The study, published in the journal Telematics and Informatics, also found that levels of worry about COVID-19 increased the strength of people's belief in that misinformation.
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