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Rural India Setting Example for Others Amid Lockdown

By Navneet Mishra Even as police are busy trying to strictly enforce the nationwide lockdown across urban areas in urban India, rural people are setting...

As World CEOs Plan Investment in Automation, They Should be Empathetic: Report

As CEOs the world over realize the importance of investments in intelligent automation that can remove some risk of dependence on humans and adapt...

Russian twitter bots promoted The Labour Party in UK elections, says report

Russian Twitter bots attempted to influence the 2017 UK general election results by promoting Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, according to an investigation by...

Carnival Institute of Trinidad and Tobago to organise Lecture on Human Slavery on August 27

Port of Spain, August 21, 2016: The Carnival Institute of Trinidad and Tobago presents its August Lecture in collaboration with the National Museum and Art...

Lisa Singh: Indian-origin Labour Senator re-elected to the Australian Senate

Lisa Singh has been re-elected as a Senator in Australia She won an amazing majority of 6.1% of the votes in her own right ...

Detained, Arrested and Deported: The case of 22 Hindus in 1913

The immigration officers held them as “undesirable aliens” from Asia who were likely to become burdens on the American taxpayer The concomitant bureaucratic...

Iowa Students run Farm and cultivate love for Sustainable Agriculture

Student Organisation Farm began in the 90s’ as a practical application of sustainability in agriculture A group of university students who started cultivating...

44 labour laws to be amalgamated into four labour codes: Minister

Kolkata: Citing the necessity to promote friendlier labour-industry relations, the central government is in the process of amalgamating 44 labour laws into four sets of...

Assocham study: Five million jobs lost during high growth years

New Delhi: As many as five million jobs were lost between 2004-2005 and 2009-2010, paradoxically the time when India witnessed the highest and consistent growth...

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By Puja Gupta The monsoon season is possibly every Indians favourite season! Well it is certainly infamous for one's cravings for all-things-fried, along with a...