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75 student satellites may fly to space as India turns 75

The Indian Technology Congress Association (ITCA), a technology promotion body based in Bengaluru, has recently informed about their new mission "Seventy-five by 75". It is a dream project that the Indian Technology Congress Association (ITCA) has planned to celebrate on the nation’s 75th birthday by flying 75 tiny satellites built by students of Indian universities. ITCA has also reached out to nearly 40 engineering colleges to form a group for achieving their mission. Csr: http://bit.ly/2YhP4k8

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#MeToo: Tanushree Dutta didn’t appear, says women’s panel chief

Bollywood Actor Tanushree Dutta who has accused Nana Patekar of sexual harassment has never appeared in person before the Maharashtra State Commission for Women even after calling out for multiple times. MSCW chairperson Vijaya Rahatkar said that He wanted to gather some more information about her allegations of sexual harassment directed against actor Nana Patekar. In the last month, the Mumbai police had filed a closure report to her FIR against Mr. Nana Patekar and three others. http://bit.ly/2KECKay

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Kolkata: Girl Tries to Slit Wrist in School Washroom, Staff Saves Her

Recently a shocking incident had happened in Shiksha Sadan School, Kolkata where a girl tried to cut her wrist with the help of a blade. Sudeshna Banerjee, Vice Principal of the School said, “We immediately gave her first-aid. She is stable now. Later on, we found out and she also told us that she is undergoing psychiatric treatment." The child said, "Ma’am, I could not control myself yesterday. I don’t know what happened.” Csr: http://bit.ly/2JdnBdn

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Is it worth calling Doctors A Life Saviours?

A 7-year-old boy fell from Mango Tree in Bihar, who fractured his left hand has been plastered on his right hand by a Doctors poor negligence. The boy named Faizan said, "I tried telling them while they were giving me the treatment, but they did not listen to me and put the plaster on the wrong hand." Also, Faizan's mother told "..Not a single medicine or tablet was given to us." The case reached the State Health Department and minister Mangal Pandey. Csr: http://bit.ly/2J6r1ym

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