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Ilavarasan's death cannot be seen in isolation, says forum

The State Platform for Common School System (SPCSS) has presented its demands to the Justice Singaravelan Commission, which is probing the circumstances that led to the death of Dalit youth E. Ilavarasan. P.B. Prince Gajendra Babu, general ... The Hindu, 6 days ago

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One man panel probes death of Ilavarasan

Dharmapuri : A one-man commission appointed by the government to probe the truth in the death of dalit youth Ilavarasan, begins its second round of investigation on the incident. Retired justice S.R.Singaravelu, appointed as the commission head, ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago CB-CID to probe Ilavarasan's death  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago HC orders CB-CID probe into Dalit youth’s death  The Hindu1 month ago

LIRNEasia conducts only institutional survey of 'BharatNet Assessing Internet Usage' in rural India

16:51 IST New Delhi [India], Jan 4 ( ANI ): LIRNEasia, an ICT policy and regulation think tank based in Sri Lanka, conducted an institutional survey in Oct 2015 Jan 2016 revealing use and access of BharatNet, an Information superhighway for ...
 Ani News1 week ago
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75% people think they can work without using internet: Survey

The belief that one can continue to work without internet and not having prior experience of using the web have emerged as some of the top barriers that stop people from going online, according to a survey. The survey — conducted by ICT policy ...
 JOLLYBOSS1 week ago Belief that internet is not required for work top barrier in its adoption: Study  Times of India2 weeks ago
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Would you pay Rs 1 lakh for your child's study trip?

Schools adopt international curriculum, that requires increased number of non-classroom experiences.Vinay Umarji reports. IMAGE*: Indian students enjoy a trip to Picardy organised by Thomas Cook. Photograph: Kind courtesy Thomas Cook From K12 schools to even Indian Institutes of Technology, educational institutions are increasingly banking on organised players like Thomas Cook and Cox & Kings for conducting study tours. So much so that industry estimates peg the segment at a revenue of ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Digital India Reality Check: 70 Percent of the Institutional Consumers Not Aware of BharatNet

More than two-thirds or as many as 70 percent of the potential institutional users surveyed as part of a study had not even heard of the Centre's ambitious but much-delayed pan-India BharatNet initiative that aims to connect 2.5 lakh gram panchayats ...
 Communications Today3 weeks ago
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Parliamentary Committee Report: Grossly inadequate efforts by DoT may create funding hurdle for BharatNet

DoT silent on suggestion to transfer part of access levy fund to USO fund for financing optic fibre project. Notwithstanding the red flags raised earlier in the implementation model of the Centre's flagship BharatNet project to connect 2.5 lakh gram ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago

Beyond The Politics, How Should We Remember Jayalalithaa As An Administrator?

When J. Jayalithaa took oath for the first time as chief minister of Tamil Nadu in 1991, it was also the first time she wore a cape over her sari, a dress code she followed till her death on 5 December, 2016. Many saw it as a symbol of protest or ...
 Huffington Post India1 month ago

Chennai: Dry ration stores add to demonetisation sorrows

Chennai: It is still the first week of the month, but ration shops in the city are already dry. Inadequate stock and employee crunch are taking a toll on Chennaiites already experiencing demonetisation blues. Hopes of people to buy groceries from ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Not Amma to all: The other side of Jayalalithaa's legacy

Death is a great leveler. It is also a great eraser, especially of unsavoury memories and problematic legacies. The passing of six-time Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa unleashed a surge of obeisance for three days as commentators lauded ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
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