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Justin Trudeau adds $100 million to Emergency Food Security Fund

Justin Trudeau adds $100 million to the Emergency Food Security Fund. The effort to feed the needy people has been fruitful and supported the country in getting through the pandemic so far.

India’s paper-based COVID-19 test: Faster and cheaper

Feluda, a paper-based COVID-19 strip test, is expected to hit the market in the next few weeks. Being the first of its kind, it could be influential in making a huge difference in gene-editing-based diagnostic tests.

Sonu Sood announces scholarship for IAS aspirants

Sonu Sood launched an initiative of providing scholarship for IAS aspirants to help them achieve their dreams.

Gurugram-based FabHotels teach important lessons amid COVID-19

Indian hospitality firms need to learn the proactiveness, tactfulness, and resilience of the Gurugram-based FabHotels to revive from the pandemic.

Apple Watch Series 6 now with an inbuilt oxymeter

Apple introduced the Apple Watch Series 6 with new features such as an oximeter tracker to calculate blood oxygen levels and improved sleep monitoring.

Alibaba cloud business expects boom before FY2021 end

Alibaba anticipates its cloud business to turn profitable and will likely see operating cash flow in the current fiscal year.

Bharat Biotech to advance Intranasal COVID-19 vaccine

With the coronavirus spreading rapidly, several biotech companies have been at work for months to develop a vaccine that would slow down...

Research on self-collected COVID-19 tests: Curative Inc.

Curative Inc. begins its research study to check the efficacy of self-collected COVID-19 tests.

Google Maps introduces ‘COVID Layer’ feature

The technology giant Google announced a new feature COVID Layer in google maps to help users identify corona affected areas. The company stated that the feature would be available for its users by this week.

Call for Code Global Challenge finalists to take on global societal issues

The Call for Code Global Challenge recently announced its top five finalists who have been working to develop solutions to combat COVID-19 and climate change.

Artificial Intelligence remains a top priority for companies, says Microsoft

Microsoft emphasizes the importance of companies to stay digitally relevant by pursuing Artificial Intelligence and cloud technologies. With the world witnessing a digital transformation, it is sure to become a source of jobs for the younger tech-savvy generation.

Google declares three-day weekend for ‘collective wellbeing’ of employees

Google decided to give an extra day off, making it a long weekend for its employees to manage their home priorities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Lido Learning to Raise $30 Million via Curefit, Bytedance

The ongoing pandemic has brought education technology to the forefront. EdTech startup, Lido Learning to raise $30 Million as a part of its extended Series B funding.

Can startups turning CO2 into vodka save the climate?

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Mental health and well-being of children: An eye-opener

Jammu schools constitute a psychological task force in addition to the pre-established counseling services to fight the growing mental health and well-being issues.
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