Young Voices

if we use our God-given intelligence for the good of others (including non-human species and the natural environment), many of our problems in our society will be solved. By Pousong Gangmei Humans are proud creatures. And what makes them so? Maybe it is because many of them think they can achieve almost everything that they […]

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Aligarh: AMU research scholar Farhana Zaidi from Department of Physics received the first prize from the Indian Physical Society (IPS) for her paper on ‘Nuclear Medium Effects in Neutrino Nucleus Scattering at J Lab and Minerva Energies’ at the 35th Young Physicists’ COLLOQIUM (YPC 2017), Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata. The second and third prizes […]

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A Wake-Up Call In college, you find a whole generation that does what they want. “Life’s short” they say, “let’s enjoy ourselves while we can.” By Thasneema Rafic When one examines why some youth deviate, a simple but terrifying fact is brought to light—most of the time, it is the influence of the friends that […]

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This crowd-sourced platform channelises donations for the disadvantaged Chennai: It was the fag end of November 2015 and Chennai was beginning to reel under the onslaught of torrential rains. Though the floods were yet to hit the city, rooms in Amir Mahal, the 18th Century palace and residence of the current Prince of Arcot, had […]

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Hussain Rizvi from Patna has his plate full, with initiatives like tree plantations and traffic management. For his relentless zeal and commitment towards social development, he has been nominated for the Queens International Youth Leader Award UK 2017. Patna: On most weekdays, Hussain Rizvi works as an area in charge of Kent RO System Limited. […]

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Mohammed Sehil has so far registered two patents, one for his novel iron-box and another for an induction cook-top. By Maqbool Ahmed Siraj   He is just twenty but holds a patent for an iron-box that heats up in a second to 120 degrees Celsius! A normal iron-box takes around a minute for the same.  […]

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Saad appealed to parents to encourage their children in the field of their interest and not force them to become engineers or doctors if they are not interested. Pune: Saad Memon a 22 year old boy from Chhattisgarh has developed a mini super-computer with speed and efficiency that can match an assembly of 32 computers. […]

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