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Article on Health 4th Oct 2022 ardorcomm A new drug may make the Covid virus turn on itself and combat variants

A new drug may make the Covid virus turn on itself and combat variants

A new drug developed by US scientists can turn the deadly SARS-CoV-2 virus against itself, shielding people from being infected. The medicine, NMT5, is expected to be effective against the newly emerging SARS-CoV-2 variants, according to experts from The Scripps Research Institute. The medication coats SARS-CoV-2 with chemicals that can momentarily change the human ACE2 …

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Article on MEA 3rd Oct 2022 ardorcomm Digital India is a big vision for the country’s development: PM Modi after launching 5G services

Digital India is a big vision for the country’s development: PM Modi after launching 5G services

During the launch of 5G services in India on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that since even the country’s poorest people have always stepped forward to adopt new technologies, technology has truly become democratic in its truest sense. In his view, and that of Aatmanirbhar Bharat, this is a significant milestone. “Talking about Digital …

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Article on Health 29th Sept 2022 ardorcomm Children’s social and emotional development could be impacted by voice-controlled smart devices: Study

Children’s social and emotional development could be impacted by voice-controlled smart devices: Study

The social and emotional development of children may be hampered by voice-controlled smart gadgets like Alexa, Siri, and Google Home, says an expert in the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning in healthcare. The Archives of Disease in Childhood released the study’s findings online. According to Anmol Arora of the University of Cambridge, these …

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Article on Edu 26th Sept 2022 ardorcomm Dropout rates at the secondary level are greater than the national average in more than a dozen states

Dropout rates at the secondary level are greater than the national average in more than a dozen states

Several states had secondary school dropout rates that were greater than the national average of 14.6%, including West Bengal, Gujarat, Bihar, and Tripura, according to official data. These states have been advised by the central government to take further measures to lower the dropout rate. The Project Approval Board (PAB), which is part of the …

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Article on MEA 24th Sept 2022 ardorcomm OTT apps might need to obtain a licence and share revenue with govt

OTT apps might need to obtain a licence and share revenue with govt

Due to the federal government’s proposal to broaden the definition of telecommunication providers to include over-the-top (OTT) communication providers, internet-based communication providers, and broadcasting providers in the draft telecom bill, social media apps like WhatsApp, Signal, and Telegram may need licences to operate in India. Due to telecom service providers’ insistence that the same rules apply …

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Article on Health 22nd Sept 2022 ardorcomm Air pollution may raise autistic children’s risk of hospitalisation, according to a study

Air pollution may raise autistic children’s risk of hospitalisation, according to a study

A study reveals that boys may be more at risk than girls for hospital admission when autistic children are exposed to air pollution, even for relatively brief periods of time. By limiting these children’ exposure to air pollution, the study, which was published in the journal BMJ Open, revealed that admissions for problems like hyperactivity, …

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Article on MEA 8th Sept 2022 ardorcomm TRAI opposes market share restrictions in the cable TV sector

TRAI opposes market share restrictions in the cable TV sector

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has recommended the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting that there is no need to impose any market share-related restrictions on multi-system operators (MSOs), given the intense competition in the TV distribution market among the various players vying for the consumer’s share of the wallet. This is a significant …

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Article on Health 7th Sept 2022 ardorcomm AI might lessen common drug side effects

AI might lessen common drug side effects

According to the study, a research team has created a tool that measures the negative effects of medications using natural language processing, an artificial intelligence methodology, and chemical structure analysis. The new tool is made to determine which medications are more likely to cause anticholinergic side effects, which affect the brain by inhibiting acetylcholine, a …

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Article on HR 26th Aug 2022 ardorcomm Flexible workplaces, work-from-home ecosystem needs of future: PM Modi

Flexible workplaces, work-from-home ecosystem needs of future: PM Modi

While underlining the significance of the labour force in India’s development on Thursday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the future would require flexible workplaces, a work-from-home ecosystem, and flexible work hours. In a video address to the National Conference of the Labour Ministers of all States and Union Territories, Prime Minister Modi stated …

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Article on Edu 23rd Aug 2022 ardorcomm UGC approves proposal for hiring industry experts as professors of practice

UGC approves proposal for hiring industry experts as professors of practice

According to draft regulations issued by the higher education regulator, universities and colleges may soon be able to employ industry specialists in addition to the sanctioned posts of regular faculty under a new category of faculty positions called professors of practice. The University Grants Commission stated that the professors of practise will be employed for …

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