Protests bring BHU to a standstill

September 26, 2017 students 0

“This was not a case of molestation, this was a simple case of eve teasing that was deliberately staged a day before the Prime Minister’s visit,” says Benares Hindu University Vice-Chancellor about the incident that triggered the four day long protests.

Dangers of bariatric surgery

September 26, 2017 students 0

The most common post-operation risks are acid reflux, anesthesia-related risks, chronic nausea and vomiting, infection, obstruction of stomach, weight gain or failure to lose weight. 

Merkel’s quest for a new coalition

September 26, 2017 students 0

Angela Merkel started talks on Monday to form a coalition government after securing a fourth term as a chancellor . Merkel’s conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) secured 33 percent , losing 8.5 points , it’s lowest performance since 1994.

Restoration or Renovation?

September 25, 2017 students 0

As the Metropolitan Magistrate Court in Chennai undergoes restoration, an activist says it is not being done according to the norms for the revival of heritage structures.

Chennai’s water crisis

September 25, 2017 students 0

It’s not the lack of water but the abuse of water bodies and mismanagement by the Government that has led to the drought this year, the worst Chennai has seen in 140 years, say experts.

Drones fly with clipped wings

September 25, 2017 students 0

Buying a drone in India is tough. Even harder is finding a way to fly it legally. Drone-flyers have to get police permission before they get their machines off their ground.

Auditory signals fall silent

September 25, 2017 students 0

The majority of the auditory signal devices, installed in the city to help pedestrians especially visually challenged, to cross roads have stopped working just a few weeks after their installation.