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14th Annual Conference of the Knowledge Forum on Technology and Economy gets underway
With special sessions on Econophysics and AI and a host of papers on critical issues in technology and economics, the annual conference of the Knowledge Forum is making waves.

-12 Oct 2019

ASEAN PhD scholars to receive well funded Indian scholarships in IITs
India will offer 1,000 fully funded Ph.D scholarships for students from ASEAN countries to work in prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).

-22 Sep 2019

‘Hospitals as factories of medical garbage?’ Sarah Hodges delivers the 10th Krishna Raj Memorial lec
The 10th lecture in the Krishna Raj Memorial Lecture series on Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Sciences was delivered by Dr Sarah Hodges at the MLT Hall, KEM Hospital, Mumbai on September 18 2019.

-22 Sep 2019

'Should Scientists be Activists?' Second PM Bhargava Memorial Lecture in Bangalore
Subir Sarkar, professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Oxford delivered the Sabhavana Trust instituted second P M Bhargava Memorial Lecture on Science and Society in Bengaluru one Wednesday evening. It was co-sponsored by ESG, Bangaluru.

-17 Aug 2019

Girish Karnad no more
Girish Karnad, celebrated playwright, actor, theatre personality, social activist passed away after a short illness on June 10 in Bangalore.

-10 Jun 2019

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