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First-Ever South Indian Monk: Chief Vedic Acharya Of The Sanyasi Mahasabha

Renowned religious personality Swami Tapasyananda Saraswathi of Kerala has become the first-ever South Indian to be named as the Chief Vedic Acharya of the...

Larsen & Toubro Rise On Hopes Of Contract For Bullet Train Project

Shares of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) rose over three percent in the hopes of bagging the contract for constructing the 237 km length of...

India Witnesses 24% Growth in Hiring Activity in September: Naukri.com

 Driven by industries like pharma, fast-moving consumer goods, education and IT, hiring activity in India saw a growth of 24 per cent in September...

Only 66% People Aware of Typhoid Vaccination: Survey

By Puja Gupta With 2.2 million cases of typhoid being recorded in India alone in 2016, typhoid fever poses a serious disease burden in the...

91% Indians Opt for Healthier Alternatives Whilst Snacking: Survey

While the idea of snacking encompasses a variety of foods, a recent survey finds that over the past few years, there has been a...

First Pollution early Warning System Aims to reduce Health Impacts and Deaths from Air Pollution

Ahmedabad was among the five most polluted cities in India in terms of PM 2.5 PM 2.5 is particulate matter finer than 2.5...

‘Khadi’ needs marketing, tech push to widen appeal in Indian textile arena

New Delhi: The 'Made in India' fabric Khadi is slowly but steadily generating interest in the West. However, if it is to widen its appeal, there...

40 days counting, Gujarati family awaits for kin’s body from Pak

Gujarat: A Gujarati family eagerly awaits to get the body of their head of family Vaaga Chauhan, nearly 40 days after he passed away in...

Two Air India staff, seven Nepalese held for human trafficking

New Delhi Two Air India staff and seven Nepalese women have been arrested at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) here on charge of involvement...

Shodho: LD Engineering College students build job portal to uplift rural women of Gujarat

By NewsGram Staff Writer Taking a step further towards women emancipation and development, a group of students from LD Engineering College, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, has come...

With 54% of India’s total land prone to earthquakes, are we prepared to handle it?

By Harshmeet Singh The brutal 7.9 magnitude earthquake in Nepal has caused unprecedented loss of life and physical damage. While the official death figure, at...

Railways up for major facelift; free WiFi, cash on delivery service for e-tickets in store

By Newsgram Staff Writer Indian Railways is planning major up-gradation which includes passenger friendly services like WiFi, escalators and cash on delivery e-tickets Minister of...

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By Dr. Kumar Mahabir The government of Guyana should be highly commended for honoring Dr. Walter Rodney, who was killed in a bomb blast on...

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By Mark Richter If you ask a few broadband internet users about satellite internet connection, the reviews would probably not be good because of lower...

Idleness Might Take A Toll On Children’s Minds During COVID Lockdowns

By Salil Gewali Just about two weeks back I was coincidentally confronted with the most contrasting situation in a market. On the one hand a...