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Sustainable Education is the Need of the Hour

Acquaintance with the problem is not enough. We need a major transformation in education policies and systems to ensure adequacy in offering knowledge, skills, values and attitudes. Envisioning a development ideology that can pave the way for comprehensive progress of

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Post retaliation India must keep up a diplomatic offensive

Despite an expected retaliatory strike, India needs to keep up a diplomatic offensive and get back the captured IAF pilot. When you are pushed to the wall, there is little you can do except flail your limbs violently in chaos.

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Akshay Kumar praises Kriti for recreating “Ye Khabar Chapwado”

Actor Akshay Kumar has showered artist Kriti Sanon with words of praises, for recreating the famous song Ye Khabar Chapwado from his film Aflatoon. The recently released “Poster Lagwa Do” song from Kriti Sanon’s album “Luka Chuppi” showcases the actress

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Delhi Fire Service receives a much-needed upgrade

Satyendra Jain, the Minister of Home, Government of Delhi, recently handed over 28 newly procured vehicles for officers of Delhi Fire Service (DFS) at the Connaught Place Fire Station in New Delhi. The minister also distributed 1,358 newly-procured full-body type-B

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BHEL announced the highest ever dividend of 40 percent for FY 2018-19

The Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has surprised everyone by announcing an interim dividend of 40 per cent for fiscal 2018-19, which amounts to about Rs 279 crore.  With this move, the company has maintained its impeccable track record of

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SAT/ACT: On the way out for good?

As 800 US colleges drop the SAT/ACT as a necessary qualification, Abhishek Singhal tells aspirants if the exam is still valid. The Chicago University recently announced that international students are no longer required to report SAT or ACT scores. Over

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Is India turning into a gun frenzy country?

Ranking second in the world on the list of firearms owned by civilians – 71.1 million arms out of which 61 million are unregistered and unlicensed – India has an undercurrent that goes deeper than most presume. SANGEETA YADAV and

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Indian Air Force strikes back at terror

Pre-emptive strikes on Jaish camp in Pakistan shows that India’s counter-terrorism stance has shifted quite a bit. Decades went by and nothing changed. For much too long, ever since the Kandahar hijacking, terrorism has cost us too much. Too much

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Cash: Once a king always a king!

As cash is essential for the smooth operations of businesses, one should focus on improving cash management and develop strategies to combat emergencies. When it comes to business operations, be it small or large scale, cash is always the king.

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The waters dispute between India and Pakistan

The basic difference in the approach of India and Pakistan regarding the river waters issue was that Pakistan was the downstream riparian state in a weaker position. It was the year 1948, when Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Sir

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