A research report presented at the 13th Urban Age conference, held at the London School of Economics, has both good and bad news in store for Delhi. Research in eight urban cities across the world has found that Delhi has a very low violent crime ... Indian Express, 1 week ago
Urban planner: 'Smart cities' are problematic - Deutsche Welle, 1 week ago
Delhi better than London and New York: LSE study - India Today, 1 week ago
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On economic parameters, the research shows that Delhi's projected increase in income per capita is one of the largest among the nine cities. Photo: HT Delhi has a high level of social inequality and nearly twice the population density of New York ...Livemint.com, 1 week ago Standard of living New Delhi Pioneer, 1 week ago Delhi more promising than NYC, London for living: Report Business Standard India, 1 week ago Do you know which Indian city is more populated than New York? Deccan Chronicle, 1 week ago
Representational Image New Delhi: India's economy is coming out of its worst slowdown in a quarter-century, but needs major structural reforms if it is to return to pre-2011 growth levels, the OECD said Wednesday. The OECD said in its India ...Deccan Chronicle, 4 days ago Majority of Indians think foreign remittances have reduced economic problems, improved lifestyle: Study Yahoo! India, 1 week ago One step forward, two back? Dalit women's rights under economic globalisation New Age Bangladesh, 2 weeks ago
NEW DELHI -- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi scored his stunning election victory by promising to resuscitate Asia's third-largest economy. He believes the best way to do that is to replicate the Gujarat model of development -- the one he ...Nikkei Asian Review, 4 days ago More youth in India than rest of the world- Asset or liability? Kashmir Observer, 5 days ago Make in India: Importance of Operations Management ZeeNews.com, 2 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: Removal of German as the third language from KendriyaVidyalaya schools might have caused some setback to India-German collaboration at the school level, but in higher education it seems it is business as usual. The German government has ...Times of India, 4 days ago
A group of students, from an underprivileged background, on Tuesday approached the Delhi high court against a city school for its failure to provide them free books and uniform. Nine students of Bal Bharti School, Rohini, filed the plea asking the court to ...Asian Age, 1 week ago In most rape cases offenders known to victim, Delhi HC told Nagaland Post, 5 days ago Poor children move HC for free winter uniforms Millennium Post, 1 week ago Poor children move Delhi HC for free winter uniforms ProKerala.com, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI : The savings glut in Europe and key emerging economies like China would lead to excess funds of $3 trillion in the next five years. This can come to the aid of India , which is starved of infrastructure investment, according to Anshu Jain ...4 Traders, 4 days ago $3tn global savings glut can boost Indian infra Times of India, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: In a free-wheeling interaction with HRD minister Smriti Z Irani on Monday on the occasion of International Education Day, schoolchildren with an overwhelming voice demanded scrapping of continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) system ...Economic Times, 5 days ago Bring back Class X boards, kids tell Irani Times of India, 6 days ago
NEHRU ISSUE Sumantra Bose is Professor of International and Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and the author of Transforming India: Challenges to the World's Largest Democracy It ...Open, 6 days ago
DPS Noida, DPS Mathura Road, Amity International School, Saket win the Best Delegation Awards of AIMUN 2014
NEW DELHI: DPS Noida, DPS Mathura Road and Amity International School, Saket won the "Best Delegation Awards" of Amity International Model United Nations (AIMUN) Conference -2014. Over 600 high school students from 40 schools across India and seven ...Times of India, 1 week ago
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