Covid-19 third wave may peak in March, may not be half as severe as second, lockdown not required, predicts IIT Kanpur Professor
IIT Kanpur professor Dr Manindra Agrawal has predicted that the severity of the third wave, in terms of numbers, would be half than what India saw during the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic
IIT Kanpur’s incubated company sets up floating CNG filling station in Varanasi using novel Self Adjusting Fixed Type Jetty technology
IIT Kanpur's incubated company Acquafront Infrastructure sets up CNG filling station at the Khidkiya Ghat in Varanasi.
How Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh govt tested, tracked, treated and tackled COVID pandemic, read what IIT study says
How state government administration of Uttar Pradesh came together to ensure the spread of coronavirus pandemic is arrested while continuing with the economic activities
IIT Kanpur Professor predicts COVID-19 to peak in May, dismisses claims of Kumbh and poll rallies being responsible for spread
The IIT Kanpur professor said that since the election rallies and the Kumbh are held in open spaces, there are few chances of it spreading the COVID virus
IIT Kanpur student who had chanted controversial poem ‘Bas Naam Rahega Allah Ka’ during anti-CAA protests expresses remorse for ‘hurting sentiments’
The 3rd year IIT Kanpur student had recited controversial anti-Hindu poem Hum Dekhenge by Faiz Ahmed Faiz which calls to "destroy all idols"
IIT-Kanpur denies media reports that it is probing whether Faiz’s ‘Hum Dekhenge’ is anti-Hindu, only unauthorised protests being probed
No panel has been set up to specifically by IIT Kanpur determine whether Faiz's Islamic Supremacist poem is anti-Hindu.
The issue is not whether Faiz or his poetry is anti-Hindu, the issue is that there are new voices that are speaking up and unsettling a narrative that ruled for decades, if not centuries.
‘Hum Dekhenge’: Poems that speak of destruction of Murthis are unacceptable in India, and it does not matter who wrote it
Faiz's poem only speaks of the pervasive bigotry in Pakistani society.
Yogi Adityanath, the CM of Uttar Pradesh has thanked the Centre, for the release of funds for the project and has asserted that both projects will boost development in both the cities.
Karttikeya Mangalam showed exceptional grit, courage and some cool usage of his engineering skills with Indian jugaad