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Hackathon HAB-59 for mobile apps launched

Hackathon HAB-59 for mobile apps launched

July 20, 2020

Joining the race to develop apps to replace the 59 Chinese apps banned by central government, a novel hackathon has been launched in Pune. Pune-based Terre Policy Centre has joined hands with MIT-ADT university to launch a unique hackathon to encourage students all over the count...

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Viral Xenophobia

Viral Xenophobia

March 12, 2020

As the world grapples with the new virus, there’s a less talked about the side effect of coronavirus which is xenophobia The coronavirus has been dominating global headlines for the past few months, causing worldwide panic and mass hysteria. Stores around the globe have run out...

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Disappearing arts of India

Disappearing arts of India

February 22, 2020

India’s art heritage is as diverse as its people. India is known for its rich cultural heritage from the ancient times, yet amidst all these there are art forms that are dying

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The Charm of Mother’s Market in Manipur

The Charm of Mother’s Market in Manipur

February 20, 2017

A unique commercial complex, the Mother’s Market has been functioning for 500 years in Imphal, the capital city of the north-eastern Indian state, Manipur. Run entirely by women, it is a marketplace rooted in history and speaking of women empowerment.

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Indians among largest number of international students in the US

Indians among largest number of international students in the US

November 15, 2016

A large number of international students in the US are from India, and this number is increasing in large volumes, says Open Doors report.

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Call for boycott of Chinese goods gaining popularity in India

Call for boycott of Chinese goods gaining popularity in India

November 3, 2016

As a social media call for boycotting Chinese goods in India gains impetus, many are pointing out the impracticality and harm it entails to business in India.

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Eco-friendly Diwali this year

Eco-friendly Diwali this year

October 27, 2016

As Diwali, the festival of lights, is nearing, people in India are enjoying the festive season but this time with an eco-friendly approach

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Civil society meets before BRICS 2016 in India

Civil society meets before BRICS 2016 in India

October 14, 2016

With the BRICS Summit commencing in Goa, India, civil society members from the BRICS countries engaged in discussions over the perceived shortcomings and failures of institutionalised spaces in dealing with global challenges.

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It’s Shark Awareness Day!

It’s Shark Awareness Day!

July 14, 2016

India ranks second, after Indonesia, on the global list of shark fishing nations as the fishing of the species in the country has gone from being ‘incidental’ to ‘targeted’.

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Aiming to reach global audience

Aiming to reach global audience

May 2, 2016

India is on a look out for good translators to translate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindi speech into English. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in search of an ideal translator who could translate his Hindi speech into English. The objective behind this is to take...

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