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Jaipur Girl’s Rare Feat: The Youngest To Pass Class 12 At The Age Of 1

...d is ahead of millions of students of her age," he proudly remarked. Akansha, however, is disappointed that her age is a big hurdle for her future plans. "I took up science because I wanted to be a doctor. Despite my achievement, I am not allowed to take the pre-medical test as according to rules the min...

AMSA Launches General Practice Student Network

...tralian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) today proudly announces the launch of the General Practice Student Network (GPSN), in partnership with// the General Practice Registrars’ Association (GPRA). The GPSN will be a student-run association for medical students interested in the specialty of General ...

Where Children Lead the Sanitation Drive

...their taunts and keep after them till we could all proudly claim to become a Nirmal gram (clean village)," he said. The dynamic leadership of the sarpanch (village head) supplemented the efforts in both the villages. The sarpanch of Markamtola, Bhubaneswari Devangan, has been at the forefront from the very...

AMSA Launches General Practice Student Network

...stralian Medical Students Association (AMSA) today proudly announces the launch of the General Practice Student Network (GPSN), in partnership with the General Practice Registrars Association (GPRA). The GPSN will be a student-run association for medical students interested in the specialty of General Pr...

The Doctor Parents of a 15 Year Old surgeon Arrested

...apparai in Tiruchi district in central tamil nadu, proudly presented the video footage of the surgery performed by his 15-year-old son, apparently in pursuit of a Guinness Record, before the local chapter of the Tamil Nadu unit of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) last month. Though nothing is known of...

'Walk of Shame' Triggers Toilet Consciousness

... casual tour of the village. The excited villagers proudly displayed their tidy dwellings and the attached sparkling, but as yet unused, latrines for inspection. And then Kaushik led the guests towards the open, lush green fields. As visitors and guests began the tough and unsavoury navigation around moun...

Parental Match-making Blossoms in a Beijing Park

... photographs, one showing the 28-year-old bachelor proudly donning his military uniform. A few yards away, his smartly dressed father watches as dozens of other parents amble past and take a look at the soldier's photos and data. After matching the details against their own checklist, most shake their he...

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