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Ameya Prabhu’s Book Shows Faith In Small Towns

It's not just about the success in Mumbai or in Delhi. The confidence and success come up from small towns of India like Bhubaneswar,...

IoT, AI to Create 28 Lakh Jobs in Rural India Over Decade: BIF

Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) based applications will create over 28 lakh jobs in rural India over a period of 8...

Research: Policies Need to be Context-Specific to Improve Women’s Lives in Rural India

In order to improve women's lives and household nutrition and health outcomes in rural India, policies need to be context-specific, taking into consideration factors...

Smart Handsets From iVVO Within Rs 669 for Rural India

Targeting rural India, smart feature phone brand "iVVO" which is a subsidiary of new entrant BRITZO, on Tuesday unveiled "Eco Series" handsets ranging from...

Prostate cancer, the second most common cause of cancer rises in rural India, according to experts

Prostate cancer is the sixth leading cause of cancer deaths among men worldwide Experts claim, that the second most common cause of cancer,...

Triple Talaq verdict is a small victory. But there are more battles to be won

Women are asked to compromise for the sake of family honor, children, not being financially independent and many such reasons It’s a tough...

Tackling Patriarchy in India: Rural Women Challenge Ban on Calling Husbands by their First Names

Mumbai, August 4, 2017: When non-profit Video Volunteers launched a campaign to tackle patriarchy in rural India, several women mentioned a seemingly innocuous custom: not...

Awareness about Digital Transactions and Financial Literacy must for Cashless Economy

Roorkee, March 26, 2017: Financial literacy and awareness about digital transactions is paramount in rural India to make the cashless economy a reality, executives of...

Being part of self-help group has become more of burden than help for Rural Women in India

August 20, 2016: Nirmala Devaki borrowed Rs 50,000 for a cousin's wedding from her self-help group (SHG) about 2 years ago. SHG is one of...

Children at Risk: Obesity is not limited to the Urban Rich of India

Obesity attracts cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and high blood pressure Barker Hypothesis states that if an individual who are undernourished at time of foetal...

Internet penetration can change Indian rural landscape

The future of India lies in its villages, the famous quote by Mahatma Gandhi is the reality of India today and we are not...

Education in rural areas – Only schooling and no learning

By Harshmeet Singh "I would say that if the village perishes, India will perish too. India will be no more India. Her own mission in...

India’s love for ‘smart’: Transforming rural India into mini-Chandigarhs

  By Dr. J.K. Bhutani Smartphones, smart cars, smart homes and now smart cities; ‘smart’ is the latest hype in India! Smart cities, the ambitious proposal of...

670 million in rural areas live on Rs.33 per day: SECC

New Delhi: Seventy-five per cent of rural households in India have a monthly income of less than Rs.5,000 ($79), 51 per cent of households make...

Banking services in rural areas through post offices: Centre

Agartala, July 12 (IANS) The central government is committed to provide banking services in rural areas through modern post offices where facilities like...

86 million illiterate people in rural India, SECC exposes the reality

New Delhi: About 86 million more rural Indians have been counted as illiterate than the 2011 census data found. This is revealed by the Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC),...

SECC: 75 per cent of rural households in India survive on less than Rs.5000

New Delhi: For nearly 75 per cent of the 17.9 crore (nearly 180 million) households in rural India, the monthly income of the highest-earning member...

Seeds for Change: The Lives and Work of Suri and Edda Sehgal receives 7 book awards

By NewsGram staff writer What began as a simple attempt to document the life stories of a couple who founded a visionary philanthropic organization to...

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...

Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan: Nadia becomes first open defecation free district in West Bengal

By NewsGram Staff Writer "An achievement, which every Indian should be proud of. An achievement, which every person from Nadia wore on his sleeve today,...

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