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Big push to generate solar power
Millennium Post

Big push to generate solar power

India has embarked upon utopian goals and mega dreams. It wants to become the hub of global investment and manufacturing and plans to create 100 smart cities, starting with Delhi. All these goals will require massive energy production and ... Millennium Post, 1 month ago

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Millennium Post, 1 month ago

Why Indian medical research wants you to smile for the camera

At the heart of every scandal around drug trials in India has been one question: did the research subject really know what he or she was getting into? For the first time, we might have a clear answer, thanks to a cool new innovation in medical ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago
Khaleej Times

India eyes double-digit growth

Issac John (Associate Business Editor) / 28 February 2015 Indian budget will challenge Indian PM Modi's ability to deliver, raise hopes of pioneering reforms Dubai — Amid ...
 Khaleej Times5 days ago Industry 4.0: Make in India - Frost & Sullivan at the SPS Automation India 2015, Ahmedabad, Gandhi Nagar  BizWire Express3 weeks ago Is jingoistic science discrediting ancient Indian knowledge?  Economic Times1 month ago Digital India: Reality or Mirage?  Moneycontrol.com2 months ago
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Modi's secular pitch can give BJP a new face

By Amulya Ganguli The saffron brotherhood is apparently coming to terms with India's pluralism and the constitution. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi's observation that his government will act against any religious group inciting violence ...
 News India Times6 days ago Modi's secular pitch  Day After India1 week ago (After 11) Modi's secular pitch can give BJP a new face  ProKerala.com1 week ago Religious conversion: Narendra Modi's secular pitch can give BJP a new face  Oneindia1 week ago
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SME Times

Rajendra Shende: Make it green campaign

A century back, on January 9, Mahatma Gandhi made his determined journey to India with a singular goal to Make in India. He wanted to make in India a movement of freedom from foreign oppression, discrimination, and social apartheid. The capital ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago Make in India but Make it Green  SME Times1 month ago Make in India but Make it Green (Comment: Special to IANS)  Business Standard India1 month ago Pravasi Special: 'India has stayed in my blood'  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Sign Of Vibrant Democracy

Less than a year ago India had witnessed a dramatic change in its political landscape. A right-wing Hindu nationalist party - the BJP (Bhartiya Janata Party) led by a controversial figure, Narendra Damodardas Modi, swept the general election to come ...
 Kashmir Observer2 weeks ago Arvind Kejriwal's Victory In Delhi Is A Sign Of India's Vibrant Democracy  Counter Currents2 weeks ago

AIB Knockout FIR against Deepika Padukone KaranArjun and others

The controversy surrounding the All India Backchod Roast, and those associated with the show, refuses to die down. A social activist approached a Mumbai court on Thursday, which ordered the police to register an FIR, and also to submit an ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

Dr. No or Dr. Yes, time to decide

INDIA: A Hollywood actor once remarked interestingly on the difference between men and women. Yes, I can not give birth to a baby but on the other hand, Man! I can open all those jars on my own! Now some of us may shrug off the irony. Nothing ...
 Cyber India Online3 weeks ago

AAP again

The elections in Delhi which witnessed a record 67 percent turnout once again became the centre of attention in India. The attention was mainly focussed on Aam Aadmi Party whose spectacular politics over the past three years has posed the only real ...
 Greater Kashmir3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

An optimistic book visualises a Utopian nation

QUEENS ROAD: Sreeretnan Nanu, who runs an electronics store in Mumbai, was inspired to write his book Thasmai not by an idol he worshipped but by meditation. Becoming an author wasn't something he planned, but he began to write while working as an ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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