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Regional languages changing India’s internet landscape

Regional languages changing India’s internet landscape

May 14, 2019

With the diverse nature of Indian demography, the growing use of local Indian languages online will change the country's internet landscape breaking the English language barrier.

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University of Houston renames building after Indian-American couple

University of Houston renames building after Indian-American couple

May 7, 2019

A building at University of Houston has been renamed after an Indian-American couple in recognition of their contribution to aid research projects, faculty and students at the university.

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Indian origin students nominated for 2019 Schmidt Science fellowship

Indian origin students nominated for 2019 Schmidt Science fellowship

May 3, 2019

Two Indian origin post-doctoral students among the 20 Schmidt Science fellows this year.

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Climate change caused 60,000 farmer suicides in India – Report

Climate change caused 60,000 farmer suicides in India – Report

August 2, 2017

The dark sides of climate change are attributed to nearly 60,000 Indian farmer suicides in India as per a recent research that noted the vulnerable sides of the rising temperature in the developing nations.

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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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Schools and construction sites come to a standstill in New Delhi

Schools and construction sites come to a standstill in New Delhi

November 8, 2016

New Delhi is choking in its worst smog in 17 years as the little remaining clean air in the city has also waved a goodbye after the not so eco-friendly festive celebrations and the illegal crop burning in Delhi National Capital Region (NCR), leading to a temporary closure of educ...

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India’s tuberculosis problem worse than previously assumed, says study

India’s tuberculosis problem worse than previously assumed, says study

August 26, 2016

India has about two to three times higher number of cases of tuberculosis (TB) than current official estimates show, a new study published on Thursday in the Lancet Journal suggests.

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Rampatri – Indian spice to help fight cancer?

Rampatri – Indian spice to help fight cancer?

August 11, 2016

An organic revolution could be underway at the laboratories located inside BARC (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)'s Anushakti Nagar complex near Chembur, a suburb of Mumbai, in the Indian state of Maharashtra.

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Who will replace Raghuram Rajan, as Governor of Reserve Bank of India?

Who will replace Raghuram Rajan, as Governor of Reserve Bank of India?

June 27, 2016

After a series of tirades launched by Dr Subramanian Swamy, BJP Rajya Sabha (Upper House) member recently against him, Raghuram Rajan, the Governor of Reserve Bank of India decided not to seek a second term in office.

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Why is India still not a member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group ?

Why is India still not a member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group ?

June 10, 2016

Where on one side India and U.S. are working shoulder to shoulder to help India enter into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), China and Pakistan are among other nations who are leading to oppose.

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Growing Pollution in New Delhi

Growing Pollution in New Delhi

June 7, 2016

According to a research, air pollution in New Delhi is relatively high as compared to other parts in the country and reduces life expectancy of the people by around six years.

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Internet users base grew at 40% in India in 2015

Internet users base grew at 40% in India in 2015

June 3, 2016

Internet users in India reached to 277 million, making it the only country in 2015 with a growth rate of 40%. India became the world’s second largest country in terms of Internet users, ahead of US and behind China, even if retail online sales have been much less dynamic recent...

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