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'Should Scientists be Activists?' Second PM Bhargava Memorial Lecture in Bangalore
Date: 17 Aug 2019
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.
Girish Karnad no more
Date: 10 Jun 2019
Girish Karnad, celebrated playwright, actor, theatre personality, social activist passed away after a short illness on June 10 in Bangalore.
The incredible advantages of studying social sciences
Date: 25 Apr 2019
According to experts, social sciences not only help students in gaining analytical and reasoning skills, but also prepare them for multifaceted workplace projects.
Rupee weakens past 70-mark again, hits eight-week low against US dollar
Date: 25 Apr 2019
Other Asian currencies also drifted lower against the US dollar. The 10-year bond yield also inched higher.
Know About First Indian Woman Scientist To Be Elected Royal Society Fellow In 360 Yrs
Date: 24 Apr 2019
Dr. Gagandeep Kang, the executive director of the Translational Health Science and Technology Institute, Faridabad has made history by becoming the first Indian woman to be selected as a fellow of the Royal Society, London.
UNESCO education leaders on the stage of the UN Charter signing of 1945
Date: 24 Apr 2019
UNESCO education leaders recently took to the stage at the Herbst Theater in San Francisco, in the United States, the historic site of the 1945 signing of the United Nations Charter.
Young UNESCO engaged in promoting gender equality
Date: 24 Apr 2019
On 1 April 2019, Ms Saniye Gülser Corat, UNESCO’s Director for Gender Equality, met with Young UNESCO at UNESCO Headquarters in the framework of UNESCO’s Strategic Transformation.
World Book and Copyright Day 2019
Date: 23 Apr 2019
World Book and Copyright Day is a celebration to promote the enjoyment of books and reading. Each year, on 23 April, celebrations take place all over the world to recognize the scope of books - a link between the past and the future, a bridge between generations and across cultures.
Unemployment remains biggest challenge as India prepares for 2019 election
Date: 02 Apr 2019
76 per cent of adults have said that unemployment is a 'very big problem,' a Pew Research Center report shows . In 2018, 18.6 million Indians were jobless and another 393.7 million work in poor-quality jobs, said a report
How Aadhaar-based biometrics hurts PDS in India
Date: 02 Apr 2019
A new research paints a mixed picture on the relative merits of Aadhaar-based biometric authentication in the PDS. The research highlight there can be several ways to authenticate beneficiaries in the public distribution system
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