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Open Essay Sreedeep is an independent photographer. He did his doctoral studies in Sociology at JNU. He is a fellow with the Centre for Public Affairs and Critical Theory at Shiv Nadar University The ironies of outsourcing and the ... Open, 1 week ago

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Cgarh asked to give best NGOs for study: Maneka

isgarh Government had been asked to provide us with best Non-government organizations (NGOs) for conducting independent studies to know about the state of Women's establishments in Chhattisgarh so that a detailed plan could be chalked out, stated ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
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Mid-day meal: Lack of quality testing leaves students at the mercy of suppliers

Despite the report of Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS), an independent monitoring institute, that around 64 per cent children did not like the poor quality of mid-day meal being served by NGOs in schools, the Directorate of ...
 Millennium Post6 days ago

Remembering the Missile Man of India

Former president A P J Abdul Kalam speaks during a function at the research and diagnostic centre for children in Kolkata in this photograph taken on May 17, 2007. Photograph: Jayanta Shaw/Reuters Popularly called the ‘Missile Man’ of India, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam rose from humble beginnings and earned the reputation of being the "people's President" who endeared himself to all sections, especially the young. A devout Muslim and son of a boat owner, Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam, ...
 Rediff.com12 hours ago I can get the youth to dream. They have fewer biases about society: APJ Abdul Kalam  Indian Express4 hours ago 'I can get the youth to dream; they have fewer biases'  MSN News US2 hours ago

Centre eyes developing a port in Bangladesh

After committing to develop Chabahar port in Iran, India Government has set its eyes on developing the Payra port in Bangladesh. Building foreign ports is part of a new manoeuvre, for thwarting China's growing influence in the region. The Payra ...
 Hindu Business Line12 hours ago

Centre asks states to review all cases where forest rights claims rejected

NEW DELHI: The tribal affairs ministry has asked state governments to review all cases where forest rights claims have been rejected, a move that comes at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's behest and is aimed at fast-tracking settlement of land rights ...
 Economic Times19 hours ago
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Happy Independence Day

July 24 15:32 2015 by The United Kingdom, which always wanted to colonise Maldives with the co-operation of the Athireege family, finally came to Malé in the form of the HMS Britain, on 22 Feb 1887. The captain of this ship was ...
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NASA windbots could explore gas giant Jupiter

CHANDIGARH: Despite clear instructions by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) regarding clothing and accessories to be worn at the examination centres, students failed to follow these, which lead to arguments between parents of ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 day ago

Complaint with NHRC: Indigenous Persons incluing Minors subjected to Arbitrary Detention

Imphal, 25th July 2015 The Centre for Organisation Research and Education (CORE) Manipur has submitted a complaint to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) today on 25th July 2015 regarding Ninety-Two (92) Indigenous Persons including Minors ...
 E Pao2 days ago
New Indian Express

Odisha Fails to Market Rural Tourism, Loses Central Aid

BHUBANESWAR: Even as Odisha's hinterlands are replete with tourism products - particularly handicraft, textiles and handloom - that have potential to draw tourists, the State has failed to find place in rural scheme of Union Tourism Ministry. In ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago
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