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Monthly Archives: February, 2016

India : “Only country in the world with a 5/20 rule”.

Mumbai: A new rule called ‘5/20’ was implemented and a controversy has surged up, following it. The ‘5/20’ rule as it is been called,  decrees...

Haryana origin NRIs concerned about investment in state

New Delhi: Recent Jat reservation agitation in Haryana has left NRIs of Haryana origin in Canada in fear about the impact it will cause to...

A stellar line-up at Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA 2016)

Mumbai: An eclectic line up of 27 films (16 features and 11 shorts) is announced to be screened at the Indian Film Festival of...

Roma community to officially be a part of Indian diaspora?

New Delhi: The 20-million strong Roma community spread across 30 countries as Indian diaspora may soon get India's official recognition title. This comes as a...

Pookuttys ‘India’s Daughter’ grabs Golden Reel Award

New Delhi: Resul Pookutty, Oscar-winning sound designer, has filled his bag with the best sound award for documentary, "India's Daughter" at the Motion Picture Sound...

Bone lengthening not recommended by doctors

New Delhi: Gavriil Abramovich Ilizarov, who used external devices on patients to fix infected non-unions of bones in the 1950s, might not be a well-known...

Indology Debate: Insider Vs. Outsider

By Nithin Sridhar Indology, especially, Hinduism studies has come under a lot of criticism in the recent past- be it the withdrawal of Wendy Doniger’s...

‘Aziz Lakhnavi’: Lucknow’s beloved in the world of poetry

By Vikas Datta If we compare poetry to a landscape, it would be one that is constantly but gradually evolving with its contours keeping on...

Harish Hande: India makes development and sustainable energy go hand in hand

Kolkata: The Ramon Magsaysay recipient and social entrepreneur Harish Hande on Saturday emphasized on the need to conduct on-field researches instead of publishing them on...

Person’s reaction to stress determines his overall health

New York: The way a person reacts to stressful events in life holds greater importance in terms of health as compared to the frequency...

Jat agitation and the fallout of Quota system

By Amulya Ganguli  Just as Prime Minister Narendra Modi described MNREGA (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act) as a living monument to the Congress's...

Manoj Bajpayee: Homosexuals much more accepted in society

New Delhi: The National Award-winning actor Manoj Bajpayee believes that the majority has begun to accept the LGBT community and it's the 'minority' who need to...

Sufi devotional music using robab declining due to lack of devotion: Daud Khan Sadozai

By Kishori Sud With his roots in Afghanistan, robab exponent Daud Khan Sadozai says that the art of Sufi devotional music with such musical instruments...

Education and dreams on wheels: Mobile Science Laboratory

By Misbah Khan Even in the twenty-first century, a large number of Children in India do not have the access to basic education. Children who...

‘I will surrender to the court tomorrow’: Digvijaya Singh on MP recruitment scam

New Delhi: Congress leader Digvijaya Singh, slammed with an arrest warrant issued in relation to the Madhya Pradesh recruitment scam against him by the Bharatiya...

FIFA to undergo major restructuring in order to curb corruption

Zurich: In a bid to end the ongoing culture of corruption for years now, FIFA approved the implementation of major reforms at a congress on...

‘Kitty parties’ a way to empower village women

New Delhi: The women of rural areas are redefining the idea of 'kitty parties' as a tool for their empowerment in water-starved Nashik district of...

Neerja, the biopic, an inspiring story for youth: Neerja’s Brother

New Delhi: Recently released biopic, Neerja, starring Sonam Kapoor depicts the story of a fearless young woman with a promising modelling and flying career...

Community fund of 11.7 million dirham (Rs 21 crore) to aid distressed Indians in UAE

Abu Dhabi: A media report on Friday revealed an amount of 11.7 million dirham (Rs 21 crore)is to be used in aiding the distressed Indians in...

Indian national killed during shootout in Saudi Arabia

New Delhi: Sushma Swaraj, External Affairs Minister, on Friday confirmed the killing of an Indian national by stray bullets during a shootout in Saudi Arabia. According...

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Beauty of Indian Culture: William Dalrymple on his Experience Living in India

India is one of the most religiously and ethnically diverse nations with the oldest culture in the World. The Indian culture varies like its...

Scientists Warn About Airborne Spread of Coronavirus

A report in The New York Times says a group of 239 scientists from 32 countries will publish an open letter to the World...

Online Searches Fall for Tik ToK, WeChat, ShareIT After Ban in India

The Indian government's decision to ban 59 Chinese owned apps has impacted online searches for those apps. A study found that on the June...

CBSE Partners Facebook to Provide Training on Digital Safety

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Sunday announced a partnership with Facebook to provide training on digital safety, online well being and...