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Posts for November, 2016
Prof. J. D. Agarwal, Professor of Finance at Indian Institute of Finance has welcomed the decision of the Government, Ministry of HRD to ask various educational institutions and also Prime Minister's advice to various Ministries to reduce their cash transactions to the minimum extent.
Deepak Bansal | 28 Nov 2016
Need to relook at our relationship with land, soils and forests- first empathize and relate to nature if we want to minimize our carbon footprint: Environment Minister
Human activities consume resources and produce waste. As human populations and economies grow, so does the consumption of natural resources and the production of waste. This in turn increases pollution and depletes the resource base and diminishes nature's absorptive and regenerative capacity.
Anshu J Singh | 24 Nov 2016
As India embarks on the digital transformation initiative through the major government initiatives - "Digital India", "Make in India", "Smart Cities" there is a critical need to build requisite capability and capacity in the cyber space.
ANJAN KUMAR SAMAL | 24 Nov 2016
Highlanders put up Gravitas Musica an astounding show of Singing, Music and Dance to commemorate the twelfth Foundation Day, of their eternal Alma-Mater.
Damini Dawar | 22 Nov 2016
For Economies that industrialised in the 20th Century, infrastructure became synonymous with progress, indeed with "civilisation".
Anshu J Singh | 22 Nov 2016
Human activities consume resources and produce waste. As population grows eventually the natural consumption increases. Humanity currently needs the regenerative capacity of 1.5 earths to provide the ecological goods and services we use each year.
Anshu J Singh | 14 Nov 2016