Most foreigners prefer not to ‘Study in India’

By Shivani Verma Bengaluru: From Nobel Prize winning physicist, C.V Raman to Aryabhatta who introduced the concept of zero to the world, India used to be a hotbed for academicians. However, despite such achievements, India remains out of choice for foreign students. “Study in India” Government’s megaproject Study in India scheme of India was launched […]

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A Home away from Home

More than 10,000 international students have enrolled in different universities of Karnataka, under the ‘Study in India’ programme of the centre. By Astha Oriel Bustling crowd, with students loitering around the campus, some discussing literature, while others discussing art, is a reality in most of the colleges of Bangalore. While many youngsters come from various […]

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China Overtakes Gym Equipment Business In India

After toys and electronic items, now China becomes a large exporter of gym equipment in India. Abhinav Kumar China has become the largest exporter of gym equipment in India, as reported by Indiaretailing.com, a retail intelligence organization. The fitness industry in India has become a USD 1469 million industry and is growing at 16 to […]

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Detained Bangladeshis await deportation in shelters

The illegal Bangladeshi immigrants detained on October 27 await their “expedited deportation” in shelters rather than in the jails By Pradnya Desai After the massive crackdown on October 27 over the illegal Bangladeshis, a news report, quoted JC Sandeep Patil saying, “The illegal immigrants are lodged at the shelters instead of the jails to expedite their […]

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Universal Health Coverage – Everyone, Everywhere

Less than half the population in the world have access to basic health care facilities By Saloni Arora Bengaluru, April 8, 2019 April 7 was celebrated as World Health Day, with a focus on universal health coverage, as millions of people still don’t have access to health care. The World Health Organisation link here this […]

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The Success of #FridaysForFuture Leads the way

Many similar movements have sprung up to support the movement. By Aiswarya Sriram. Bangalore, April 8, 2019. The Fridays For Future movement started by Greta Thunberg, a high school student who protested in front of the Swedish Parliament offices, asking them to make laws to protect the climate, has gained impetus, and other movements like […]

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