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The company that leads other companies to smarter dharma

"The idea is to inform industries about sustainable practices that will reduce their carbon footprint as well as boost their bottomlines," Smarter Dharma founder Sriram Kuchimanchi tells Geetanjali Krishna. Earth is in greater peril than ever! IMAGE: An image of Goddess Kali, as a representation of Mother Earth, was incorporated into Projecting Change: Empire State Building in 2015. Photograph used for representation only: Courtesy Obscura Digital.   A couple of years ago, TAB India, a ... Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago

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Govt scraps farmers' 'futile' foreign tours

The agriculture department has done away with the practice of sending farmers on foreign tours to show them innovative farming methods. Reason: The tours conducted in the past had failed to yield any result. "A review of foreign tours of farmers in the past ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Newsmaker: His very own man

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a bit like a method actor whose immaculately practised moves look spontaneous. Details emerging since he came to power reveal the depth of preparation into apparently on-the-spur-of-the-moment actions. The Lahore stopover for a ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 days ago
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Huge extortion cyberattack hits hospitals, companies in dozens of nations

London: A huge extortion cyberattack hit dozens of nations today, holding computer data for ransom at hospitals, telecommunications firms and other companies. The attack appeared to exploit a vulnerability purportedly identified for use by the US National ...
 Mathrubhumi1 week ago Huge extortion cyberattack hits 99 nations  Mathrubhumi1 week ago
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Unprecedented cyber attacks wreak global havoc, India hit too

Nearly hundred countries, including India, were hit by what is believed to be the biggest-ever recorded cyber attack that used “cyber weapons” stolen from the US’ National Security Agency to lock up computers and hold users’ files for ransom. The cyber attack was first reported from Sweden, Britain and France, US media outlets reported. An increase in activity of the malware was noticed on Friday, security software company Avast reported, adding that it ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

MIMS selected as centre for Edinburgh MRCS OSCE prep course

City based Aster Malabar Institute of Medical Science (MIMS) hospital has been selected as the centre for Edinburgh MRCS OSCE Preparation Course, scheduled for August 12 and 13 this year. Dr Krishna Kumar, HOD and Senior Consultant, Department of Plastic ...
 Business Standard1 week ago
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'Songs have no shelf life today'

'People like poetry but we don't serve that.' 'There are so many retro radio stations now and people listen to them. Why? It's because the music is good; people like the poetry in the lyrics and the way it is sung.' 'Why does that not happen with today's songs? Because we don't offer it that way.' 'I am a part of the industry too, and I think it is our fault. We say 'people don't want to listen' but that's not the case. If we offer good songs, they will listen.' Singer Kavita Seth tells us ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Jammu & Kashmir security matrix

Over 4,000 men belonging to the army, Central police forces and the state police left their barracks in the wee hours of May 4 and spanned out over 20 villages in the Kashmir Valley. The heavily-armed soldiers went house to house hunting for militants. The ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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A wedding feast to remember

'All the bride's beleaguered parents wanted, they said, was a simple wedding without any unnecessary problems.'Geetanjali Krishna on how the scarcity of mutton forced a Muslim wedding to go vegetarian.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Ever since Jeet Singh returned after attending his neighbour's daughter's wedding in his village near Muzaffarnagar, he's been unusually thoughtful. Readers might be excused for thinking that Singh experienced something earthshaking when he was in his ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Why Pakistan army creates rogue teams to mutilate bodies?

Pakistan army has created a number of rogue teams --a mix of its regular Special Services Group commandos and hardened terrorists --to carry out such dastardly acts like mutilations of enemy soliders after they are killed. These teams act under instructions ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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