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COVID-19: University campus advisory released

COVID-19: University campus advisory released

March 16, 2020

Campuses of universities and colleges are characterised by the most powerful communities of students and the faculties co-existing together.

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Blind healthcare schemes in India

Blind healthcare schemes in India

January 14, 2020

Only 21 pc women reap the benefits of Ayushman Bharat, thus strongly highlighting how the government needs to focus on women and girls so that they receive their due in the use of healthcare services.

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Kashmir: Indian MPs barred, red carpet for European lawmakers

Kashmir: Indian MPs barred, red carpet for European lawmakers

October 29, 2019

Even as the three former chief ministers continue to be incarcerated and thousand others jailed for more than 80 days, Modi government has rolled out a red carpet welcome to the European lawmakers to mobilise global opinion on Kashmir.

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Macron’s challengers

Macron’s challengers

April 25, 2019

The Gilet Jaune movement in France is in many ways a throwback to Emmanuel Macron’s own insurrection two years ago.

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French unrest

French unrest

April 15, 2019

France needs to revive its smaller towns and rural areas to address the root cause of the Yellow Vests movement.

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Climate change and global poverty

Climate change and global poverty

March 7, 2019

World leaders continue to pay lip service to climate protection as the poorest, in poor and rich nations, continue to pay the price for inaction.

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Preserving the unparalleled history of films through national museum

Preserving the unparalleled history of films through national museum

January 29, 2019

The National Museum of Indian Cinema (NMIC) provides a glimpse into Indian film history and helps film students, film-makers, fans and critics to learn and understand cinema as a medium of artistic expression in the country and globally.

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Daily wage labourer donates land for midday in school

Daily wage labourer donates land for midday in school

July 16, 2018

In a heart-warming gesture, a daily wage labourer is West Bengal donated a part of his land in order to provide a shelter to school students to have their midday meals.

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Bonjour India: An Indo-French moment at India Gate

Bonjour India: An Indo-French moment at India Gate

November 24, 2017

French links with India are largely unknown and sharply under-estimated. As part of a plethora of events curated for Bonjour India, yesterday evening saw the launch of ‘The Experience’- an exhibition housing high-end digital equipment demonstrating the Indo-French journey by ...

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Indian government gives go ahead to 18 new airports

Indian government gives go ahead to 18 new airports

March 25, 2017

The government of India has given an ‘in-principle’ approval on March 21 for the construction of 18 airports for a substantial amount to enable industrial advancement.

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Union Budget 2017: India on the path of remonetisation

Union Budget 2017: India on the path of remonetisation

February 3, 2017

After the Indian government has started wheeling the remonetisation mechanism enduringly, banks and ATMs are witnessing a flow of currency. However, the authorities are urge the citizens to go cashless and it was reflected on the budget this year, which was centralised at spendin...

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Bengal Global Business Summit: Striving for inclusive and sustainable development

Bengal Global Business Summit: Striving for inclusive and sustainable development

January 22, 2017

With demonetisation playing its game of throne behind the scene, BGBS 2017 called its curtain with an announcement of a remarkable INR 2,353 billion investment commitment floated on the floor.

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