Indian businesses adapting to water scarcity: Survey

Businesses in India are adapting to water scarcity. Most sectors are feeling the heat of ...
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Why India’s skill mission has failed

By Rajiv Pratap Rudy For PMKVY, govt allocated Rs 1,500 crore to train 2.4 million people Resignation ...
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Study finds high levels of multidrug-resistant bacteria on Indian poultry farms

A new study by researchers in India has found high levels of multidrug-resistant bacteria in ...
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Indian female assault patients 40 times more susceptible to death than their US counterparts: Study

A new study in a top US medical journal has raised the alarm that "while ...
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With 25 lakh dead, India saw world’s most pollution-related deaths in 2015, says study

New Delhi: While the Supreme Court of India recently banned firecrackers in Delhi this Diwali ...
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USISPF Hosts Roundtable on U.S.-India Agriculture Opportunities

The US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF) hosted a roundtable luncheon in Des Moines, Iowa with the Chief Minister of ...
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India’s first transgender judge wants to improve lot of her community

India's first transgender judge wants to improve lot of her community India's first transgender judge, Joyita ...
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India stares at a demographic crisis

By ABHIRUP BHUNIA With trouble brewing in farming and realty, factory output slackening and joblessness on the ...
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Women farmers are leading northern India from subsistence to regeneration

By Esha Chhabra The feminization of agriculture could mean healthier soil and forests, organic produce for urban markets, higher ...
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Air pollution throws shade on India’s solar success

GANDHINAGAR: Air pollution is diminishing India's capacity to harness power from the sun, experts say, undermining ...
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India still highly dependent on edible oil imports: ICRA

By Sutanuka Ghosal Despite steady improvement in oilseeds production, India has to go long way as ...
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India must regulate tubewells as water becomes scarce with urbanization

By Rina Chandran MUMBAI: India must better regulate the use of water-sucking tubewells as access to water ...
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