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Artificial Intelligence for All: Talking Technology

Source: NITI Aayog Artificial Intelligence (AI) is poised to become the backbone for the Indian policy-making circle. With intelligent machines …

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Ice Stupas Spark Conflict Between Farmers In Ladakh

Ice stupas provide essential water in the during the spring for irrigation in an area where snow and rainfall is decreasing (Image: Ice Stupa Artificial Glacier Project)

It is early June and the harsh sun beats down in Phyang village in the Ladakh Himalayas of northern India. …

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Looming Severe Water Crisis in India

India is suffering from the worst water crisis in its history and millions of lives and livelihoods are under threat …

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Skill Development Interventions: Flippant Participation and Lofty Statistical Claim

Source: Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD)   As the Modi Government completed its fourth year on 26th May 2018, all political …

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India’s Poorest Homes Still Await Electricity

While the government may have set up electricity poles, the lines often do not reach the villages of the marginalised, or the marginalised within villages [image by: Harini Calamur/Flickr]

Moyna is in class six and has to study by the light of a kerosene lamp or candles to finish …

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Thoothukudi Fallout

File Picture Courtesy : Live mint

  Recently, more than 10 people died in a brutal police action in Thoothukudi, a port city in Tamil Nadu. …

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RTI Impact : Narendra Modi Government Spent Rs 4,343 Crore On Publicity Since Coming To Power

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The Prime Minister Narendra Modi government has spent Rs 4,343 crore on publicity since it came to power in May …

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Adopt a Heritage Project: A Classic Case of Neo-Liberal Agenda

Source: Screengrab of the Adopt a Heritage: Apni Dharohar, Apni Pehchaan project  A controversy has erupted when the Modi Government decided …

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PhD 3.0: Why research students have to be gardeners, curators, and selectors of knowledge

By Dr Nick Hopwood This blog is about skills that research students need to have today to make use of unprecedented …

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Project Management Units: A Parallel Delivery System

A parallel delivery system is gaining momentum in India which is an inadequately documented and largely ignored. With considerable encouragement …

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