Friday, November 27, 2020
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India’s Startup Ecosystem Recovering Faster Than Expected: Report

India's startup ecosystem is recovering faster than expected as a new report on Wednesday said that investor interest is quickly getting back to pre-Covid...

Plant Proteins Can Reduce CO2 Emissions: Study

Places where people grow and eat plant protein foods like lentils, beans and nuts, can free up space for ecosystems to regrow, offsetting the...

Google Invites Applications for 4th Batch of “Startups Accelerator India” Programme

Google on Monday announced that it is inviting applications for the fourth batch of Google for Startups Accelerator India programme. This is the latest...

Territorial Waters As A Protected Area For Recovery of Ecosystem in Belize

Belize approved a plan Friday to set aside 10 percent of its territorial waters as a protected area, tripling the size of existing reserves...

Light Pollution at Night Disrupts Ecosystem, Says Study

Increased exposure to artificial or outdoor light, referred to as light pollution, at night not only raises health concerns for humans but can also...

Qualcomm Announces Collaboration With Ecosystem Leaders

US-based chip maker Qualcomm Technologies on Tuesday announced a series of collaborations with ecosystem leaders to boost the growth of wearables such as smartwatches,...

Urbanisation is affecting Genetic makeup of Species that are crucial to the Ecosystem Health and Success: Study

Washington, January 4, 2017: Urbanisation is affecting the genetic makeup of species that are crucial to the ecosystem health and success, says a study. The findings...

Tribal women Fight to get Ownership of their Traditional Land in Odisha to conserve their Forest

Ranapur, October 26, 2016: The tribal women of Gunduribadi village of eastern Odisha state do an early morning patrol to conserve their forest. About four...

South Africa in “Severe” Drought: To relieve impact Rangers kill 350 Hippos, Buffalos in Wildlife Park

JOHANNESBURG: Sept 15, 2016: Rangers in South Africa's biggest wildlife park are killing about 350 hippos and buffalos in an attempt to relieve the impact...

Love to wear designer perfumes? Well, Your perfumes may pollute environment!

VENICE: Sept 07, 2016: Love to wear designer perfumes? Be careful, as certain molecules produced in these man-made fragrances act as potential contaminants of the...

Man Vs Wild: People trying to coexist with Tigers at Sunderbans

It is man versus wild at Sunderbans, where surviving everyday is a struggle. Suderbans  (a United Nations World Heritage site) is the world’s largest mangrove...

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Digital Transformation Seen in Indian Firms

As pandemic accelerates digital transformation across the spectrum, a Dell Technologies report on Thursday said that 94.7 percent of Indian organizations have fast-tracked some...

Threat To Wildlife of Ganges By Waste Fishing Gear

Researchers have found that waste fishing gear in the Ganges poses a serious threat to wildlife including otters, turtles, and dolphins. The study, published in...

53% Indians Will To Switch Jobs For Remote Work

More than half of the office-goers in India are willing to switch jobs if it meant they could work remotely, said a new survey...

Doctors Suggest Flu Shots For Children & Vaccination For Adults

This year has been a double whammy. These earlier diseases are still prevalent and we have COVID added to the disease spectrum and has...