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Shortage of IAS officers: Will UPSC increase intake next year to offset gaps in bureaucracy?

After Minister Jitendra Singh admitted that we were woefully short of IAS officers, bureaucrats and aspirants are hopeful that UPSC will reverse the trend and recruit more people next year

Published on 23rd March 2017
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KCG College of Technology Signs MoU with Ariel University, Israel in the hope to strengthen academic cooperation

The memorandum was signed for collaboration and enhancement of academic cooperation, teaching and research in the global context

Published on 10th July 2017
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As the Ministry of Defence mulls over recruiting women for combat roles, these women officers are all for it

The armed forces have always been thought of as a man's job, but with the Indian Army mulling over recruting women in combat roles, senior female officers see a progression towards women empowerment

Published on 19th September 2017
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19-year-old ex-student opens fire in Florida school, kills 17 on Valentine's Day

According to media, Cruz had earlier been identified as a potential threat to his classmates but  the issue of bullying and psychological trauma which could have triggered the act is coming into focus

Published on 15th February 2018
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International scholars doubt India's democracy post-independence. Here's why 

The reading session of the book 'How India Became Democratic: Citizenship and the Making of the Universal Franchise' was organised by Indian Ambassador to the US, Navtej Sarna

Published on 26th April 2018
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Why the selection of IAS, IPS officers based on the Foundation Course could be a matter of concern

As the training academy is run by IAS and IPS officers, children of bureaucrats may also be shown favour, thereby compromising merit and leading to nepotism in the recruitment process

Published on 25th May 2018
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Digital India, really? Only one in four adults use Internet in India

78 per cent of adults in India do not own a smartphone and a whopping 80 per cent of the population in the country have no clues about Facebook or Twitter

Published on 20th June 2018
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Want to be a singing star? Here's everything you need to know about the Berklee India Exchange

Annette Philip, the founder of the Berklee India Exchange tells us more about their upcoming vocal workshop in New Delhi

Published on 23rd July 2018
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India's first all-woman SWAT team set to take on terrorists

Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who formally inducted the unit, said that the women commandos will be deployed at Red Fort and India Gate during Independence Day celebrations

Published on 11th August 2018
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Meet the Paperboy of Odisha, a man who collects newspapers from across the globe

Out  of curiosity, Shashanka Sekhar Dash learnt about printing, publishing and the distribution of newspapers and started collecting Odia newspapers

Published on 19th October 2018
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Second International Program on 'Students Satellite Mission 2022' inaugurated in Bengaluru

Dr Meir Ariel, Director General, the Herzliya Science Centre and Director Nano Satellite Centre, University of Tel Aviv, Israel said the initiative launched last year has taken off well

Published on 28th November 2018
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Jai Anusandhan: What PM Modi told India's researchers at ISC 2018, weeks after #HikeResearchFellowship protests

The Prime Minister inaugurated the five-day conference in Jalandhar where several Nobel laureates are set to speak about contemporary global issues

Published on 3rd January 2019
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Modi to have Chai Pe Charcha with Nobel Laureates at Indian Science Congress

The three Nobel winning scientists who will be part of this discussion with the Prime Minister are Avram Hershko, F Duncan M Haldane and Thomas Christian Südhof

Published on 1st January 2019
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What's inside the time capsule that Nobel laureates buried during Indian Science Congress 2019?

The Time Capsule contains 100 different items that represent a cross-section of technology in today's India like laptops, smartphones, a drone, VR glasses and much more

Published on 4th January 2019
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ThinkEdu Conclave: India needs to concentrate on Agriculture to become Incredible

Anbumani Ramadoss blamed the government's calculation of the minimum support price and production costs for farmer woes.

Published on 13th February 2019

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