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Govt ends 10-yr pact with GVK-EMRI for ambulances

The department of Health and Family Welfare has terminated its 10-year contract with GVK-EMRI (Emergency Management and Research Institute), which provides emergency response service '108 Arogya Kavacha'. The order was issued on July 14 by the government when ... Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
GVK allowed to participate in fresh tender Deccan Herald, 21 hours ago

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'There is talent. We have to nurture it'

'I have told industry that if we accede to their pressure and change to mere skill development institutions, they would be the losers after 10 years.''Curriculum should not become a mere skill development programme.' Why are Indian graduates unemployable? IMAGE: "We are like 29 countries in Europe, and doesn't each state need at least one IIT and one NIT?" asks Professor Bhaskar Ramamurthi, below. Photograph: Jonathan Alcorn/Reuters The blame game between industry and academia over ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Equity Mutual Funds With Large AUM - Is Big Better?

Posted by Equitymaster As the S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 continue to move higher, Assets Under Management (AUM) of equity mutual funds, too, is touching new milestones. As on April 30, 2017, the AUM of equity mutual funds crossed Rs 5 lakh crore up by over ...
 Equitymaster.com2 months ago

Mass burials for Sierra Leone flood victims

The first mass burials of victims of Sierra Leones devastating floods and mudslides take place today, as blame grows over government "inaction" over deforestation and poor urban planning. As it emerged that at least 105 of the dead were children, citizens and ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago

The trouble with agricultural start-ups

Agri-enterprises are finding it hard to expand due to lack of commercial guidance, says Surinder Sud. Photograph: Jayanta Dey/Reuters Last two years have witnessed the emergence of start-ups even in the farm sector. Their count is still quite small compared to those in other fields, but given the huge scope for offering technology and innovations-based solutions to the problems faced by the farmers, these enterprises seem set to proliferate rapidly. However, many of the existing ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago
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Gorakhpur tragedy: Blame game points to larger healthcare failures

An unimaginable tragedy has now got the attention of the country. The Uttar Pradesh government has initiated a probe to investigate if the shortage of oxygen led to the deaths of 60 children undergoing treatment at the Baba Raghav Das Medical College in ...
 Sify1 week ago

As robots take the wheel, driving skills begin to hit the skids

While distracted humans becoming dependent on semi-autonomous aids, technology is making drivers lazier and less attentive If your car can hit the brakes in an emergency and check your blind spots, will that make you a worse driver? Increasingly, automakers ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

Global Markets Ends on a Positive Note

Posted by Equitymaster Global financial markets ended the week in the green with most of the indices ending in the positive territory. Barring Singapore, India and Japan, all the indices were gainers in the week gone by. The major gains were seen in Hong Kong ...
 Equitymaster.com2 weeks ago

Ontario, India’s natural fit

Michael Chan As early as 1970, Ontario in Canada has been known as the ‘Province of Opportunity’, with Indians establishing a presence there as early as 1903. With a recent wave of economic and policy reforms, business in Ontario is looking very ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Are we on the brink of water wars?

'Nature does not send us a bill, so we ignore them in decision making until we hit a moment of crisis, such as the current shortage of water.' IMAGE: A child victim of Maharashtra's drought.In any given year, India sees a pattern of too little rain in some places and too much rain in others.Photograph: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Bhaskar Vira teaches at the department of geography and is fellow of Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge. Director of the University of Cambridge Conservation ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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