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Opposition criticises Govt action against IAS officer

ion Congress and the Janata Dal-United (JD-U) have criticised the Madhya Pradesh Government for transferring an Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer who praised the country's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and penalizing another IAS ... New Delhi Pioneer, 18 hours ago
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Former top cop questions rationale behind transfer of IAS officer in MP

Lucknow,(UP) May 27 (ANI): Former Uttar Pradesh Director General of Police (DGP) Vikram Singh on Friday questioned the rationale behind the transfer of IAS officer Ajay Singh Gangwar by the BJP-led Madhya Pradesh Government and said that he sees ...
 Yahoo! India4 days ago

Nehru stopped India from becoming Hindu Taliban country: IAS officer's praise lands him introuble

An IAS officer in BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh has courted controversy by lavishing praise on the Nehru-Gandhi family and by equating yoga guru Ramdev with Asaram Bapu. In a Facebook post on Tuesday, Barwani Collector Ajay Gangwar questioned those ...
 Yahoo! India5 days ago

An Indian farmer's son is now worth more than $300 million after his health care firm's IPO

By his own admission, Arokiaswamy Velumani was born at the bottom of the pyramid. The son of a landless farmer from the nondescript village of Appanickenpatti Padur in Tamil Nadu, Velumani saw through school and college on subsidised funding from ...
 Quartz2 weeks ago

Modernity vs. Epistemodiversity

View all Issues Distribution Books Colophon Letters to the Editor Please note: A print-ready PDF of this article is available. To download it, click the Download PDF link at the top of the page. María Iñigo Clavo 1. Facing History: ...
 E-flux3 weeks ago

How this 8-year-old village girl and her blackboard inspired an organisation to go to 600 villages and bet Rs 30 cr to find India's next Einstein

He sees Vasantha sitting on the sidelines while class is in session; she has a modest yet captivated audience of two other little girls who nod in animated reverence at every word she utters. A visiting dignitary asked her why she was conducting a ...
 Yourstory.in1 month ago

Sculpting India's engineering-industry ecosystem

The great aim of education is not knowledge but action, said English philosopher Herbert Spencer, and it is through trial and error that a student gets to understand the subtle nuances of engineering and innovation. As we flip back the pages of ...
 Financial Express1 month ago

R Gopalakrishnan: Boundary-spanning behaviour

In the previous column, I described a successful collaboration between academia and industry; I emphasised the need for managers skilled in boundary spanning because they are invaluable. The term refers to "individuals within an innovation or ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

The technological Indian

In a new book, American science historian Ross Bassett looks at the careers of 850 Indian engineering graduates from MIT and their enormous contributions to India. For most of the 20 century, when the very idea of a high-tech India seemed ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
The Hindu

Tracing a way of life from the Bronze age

For a micro-minority community with a population of just 69,000 persons living in India according to the 2011 Census, the Parsi community has managed to stand out for its excellence in business, industry, food and unique rituals. However, as ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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