As a child, chanting ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ on any occasion was never a problem for one. In fact, it was a matter of immeasurable pride, just like singing the National Anthem or waving the Tricolour was. The chest just swelled with joy. As time flew, the occasion to chant it became rarer. A few decades later, one is sure saying ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ Continue reading
Pakistan’s World Twenty20 loss to India could spell the end of Shahid Afridi’s rein as captain with the country’s Cricket Board planning to sack him irrespective of the team’s performance in the remainder of the tournament.
“There is clear Continue reading
NEW DELHI: Polarisation of the labour market is deepening amid rising wage inequality and this trend is likely to continue as demand for niche skills is only going to increase in coming years, Continue reading
Just like moving images, still photographs deserve an equal attention in preservation, says Taina Meller, conservator in-charge of the Kay R Whitmore Conservation Center at the George Eastman Museum, New York. She is one of the experts Continue reading
Aurangabad: The newly announced provision for 100% FDI has sent hopes afloat in the region’s industrial circles about large potential investments to come. Continue reading
The renewable energy seminar held during the Make in India Week on 15 February was one of the best attended sessions. It served as a platform to discuss and reiterate Continue reading
How fast India builds its renewable energy capacity will depend in a very big way not just on political will and policy announcements but on how quickly it can find and train thousands of skilled workers
MIT President Rafael Reif apprised the Prime Minister on work being done by MIT in the areas of education, health, water and innovation and invited him to visit MIT to interact with the students and faculty.
Guwahati, Feb 3: The central government will set up skill development centres in all blocks of Assam and the other northeastern states to increase employability of the younger generations, union minister Continue reading
The government’s Skill India mission dovetails perfectly with the Make in India policy. The manufacturing sector at this point seems to be the only viable frontrunner as far as job creation for the teeming masses is Continue reading