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A palette of colours: India in photos

A palette of colours: India in photos

You don't really need to travel abroad to experience some picturesque locations! India has such stunning locations that they can put tourist destinations abroad to shame. Our readers have been sharing some stunning travel photos from around the country here!   You can share your best #India-Photos too.   Presenting the latest in our series: Photograph: Renu Phull The colours of Varanasi come alive in this pic. :)  Photograph: Yogesh They say it is not good to watch a ..., 4 weeks ago

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In India, Education and the Government Drive the Publishing Market

India's higher education institutions receive substantial government funding, which is now focused on acquiring electronic resources. Unfortunately, the lack of information on the timing of disbursement, application, and allocation of the funding ...
 PublishersWeekly.com2 weeks ago Number of Indian students heading to US for higher education sees a robust 29% jump  Economic Times2 months ago

Book to the future

IN APRIL last year, when Chiki Sarkar, former publisher at Penguin Random House India, announced her departure from the company to pursue new opportunities, all we knew was that she was likely to start her own publishing firm. In September, she ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago

Study abroad: Have a strong drive

I have just completed my internship in Dentistry (BDS). I have applied for the All India as well as few more exams for MDS course in India, although, my interest lies in going abroad for my postgraduation. I have enquired about few countries such as ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

'People abroad were surprised to know that we tattoo in India'

India's Abhinandan Basu is inking his way to glory by making it to the 100 top tattoo artists in the world list. Abhinandan Basu or ‘Obi’ as his tattooing signature is called, is one of the three Indian artists who have been featured in ‘The World Atlas of Tattoo’, published by the Yale University Press. Image courtesy: Basu (Obi) The book brings together 100 best tattoo artists from around the world of which Abhinandan ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Times of India

At Rs 20-30 lakh, transplant of liver available only to rich

Less than 2% of liver trans plants taking place in India happen in public in stituations. This has meant that liver transplants, which cost Rs 20-30 lakh in most cases, are available only to the rich. This is not just an inequitable situation, but ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago At Rs 30L, liver transplant only for rich  Times of India1 week ago

Are You Planning To Go Abroad For Work? You Better Get In Shape

When Saagar, a Hyderabad-based engineer, read the story of a South African chef who had to leave New Zealand recently because he was "too fat", it gave him some anxious moments about his own expanding girth. He has now decided to lose a few kilos ...
 Indiatimes4 hours ago

Meet CV Raman The Man Behind The First Suzuki Car Fully Designed In India

A little over three years ago, Suzuki Motor Corporation extended a challenge to its unit Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. - develop a compact utility vehicle. The Indian R&D team came up with two options - the first was a crossover utility vehicle that drew ...
 Indiatimes1 day ago Meet CV Raman, The Man Behind The First Suzuki Car Fully Designed In India  Indiatimes1 day ago

Mohsin was asked to carry out attacks in India

Investigations into the movements of Malwani youth Mohsin Sheikh, who was arrested in Delhi on Friday, have revealed that he dropped off the grid a few days after leaving his residence, and did not even contact his two friends who left with him.
 The Hindu1 day ago
CTV News

Missing reporter voluntarily returns to China for investigation

BEIJING — A Chinese journalist who disappeared while seeking asylum abroad turned up Wednesday, telling his wife by phone he voluntarily returned to China for an investigation, in the latest case of Beijing's reach beyond the mainland for wanted ...
 MyInforms4 days ago Missing reporter tells wife he's back in China  CTV News4 days ago Missing Chinese reporter tells wife he is back in country  Times of India4 days ago Missing Reporter Turns up, Saying He Returned to China  ABC News4 days ago
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