Monday, July 13, 2020

Issue 6

Innovation in India

Jab zero diya mere bharat ne… You won’t find an Indian whose heart will not fill up with pride to hear the song. Ancient Indians did a stellar job in innovation and discovery; from algebra and decimals to surgery...

Volume 2 Issue 6 – Innovation in India

Volume 2 Issue 5 The 2016-17 budget presented by the Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley stood out for its pro-poor push. The focus on rural development from a government that has had a predominantly industry friendly image is to be lauded...

COORDINATED EFFORTS NEEDED TO FURTHER PROMOTE OUR ART AND CULTURE

India boasts of a very rich cultural heritage, from its ancient era to medieval past and the modern times. The presence of our art forms across the globe has been magnificent enough to exhibit India’s cultural diplomacy which sometimes...

Judicial over reach could be problematic

“We are under a Constitution and the Constitution is what the judges say it is” is a statement made by Justice Hughes, a former Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court. When judges of India’s higher courts solemnly march...

A flourishing entente

China’s association with the Middle East has generally been viewed in terms of energy. The region plays a very significant role in quenching China’s enormous thirst for oil and gas. The stunning rise of China as a global player...

Breastfeeding practice at its low in India

In spite of surge in institutional deliveries, the number of children in India being breastfed in the first hour of birth is less than half. In fact, India ranks lowest among South Asian countries, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Sri...

A blast from the past

The 1994 plague outbreak in Surat is a lesson for all on how not to manage stray dogs “Why are people so indiscriminate? Is it so difficult for them to see the impending disaster” asks Maya N., a visibly fuming...

Paperless office with advanced document management system

From a predominantly agrarian economy, we have been transitioning to a modern industrial economy. This throws new challenges in the sphere of governance as well as the day –to-day operations taking place in the corporate world, SME space and...

Hope laces Indian diaspora

The present generation of  global Indians seek global infrastructure and global work ethics to come back So the dragon is getting better of the lion in attracting its caretakers back to their own land. Love for the country? Hardly. It’s been...

Empowering women-ledpanchayats to perform better

The increase in proportion of Elected Women Representatives in Panchayats in India has been very promising. “The Strengthening of Panchayats in India: Comparing Devolution across States, Empirical Assessment, 2012–13,” a report by Indian Institute of Public Administration and Ministry...
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Ozonetel Launches CloudAgentMobile AppFor Call Center Agents

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Kerala brings ordinance to defer Government employees’ salary

In the wake of the financial crisis created by the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Kerala government had decided to defer the payment...

Kerala announces Rs. 3,000 crores agriculture revival package

In a bid to ensure food security and employment generation, Kerala today announced a Rs. 3,000 crores package for the revival of the agriculture...