Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management hosts its flagship event, Communique, an International Telecom seminar, bringing together eminent personalities from the telecom industry as well as government institutions to shed light…

The wait is over as the 2019 result of the Maharashtra SSC Supplementary exam are declared. The examination was conducted from 17th of July to 30th of July by the…

Gone are the times when Bengal represented a class of academic intellectuals. Today the truth behind the Bengal’s education sector is completely different. As per the Performance Grading Index (PGI)…

While reports of  alleged India induced oppression in the state of Jammu &  Kashmir have been doing the rounds from the day the ruling party announced the removal of the provisions under  Article 370 from the state, many of us have asked the question if this move will really benefit the region and its people. Land-phone lines were…

Arun Jaitley, informally  called the ‘scholar minister’, was a  celebrated lawyer before he stepped into the political arena.  He passed away on August 24, 2019, at AIIMS, Delhi,   where he had been admitted earlier this month after he complained of breathlessness and other health issues.  Condolences and memorial messages have been pouring in as the news of his demise is reaching people.  Sophisticated, eloquent, and a visionary Arun Jaitley, whose career spanned a four-decade-long political journey, was the chief troubleshooter for…

India is a country where the various spheres of society – like culture, religion and education – intersperse with each other. There are grey zones where culture intermingles with religion,…

The Aam Admi Party (AAP), currently ruling the national capital territory of Delhi since 2015, has completed a majority of its agendas on its manifesto. It won 67 out of…

The Tamil Nadu schools have recently made into national headlines for making children wear wrist bands of various colors for caste identification reasons. The Director of school education has asked the officials to take serious action for the act of discrimination.  The director also mentioned that a circular has been sent out to all the schools to check about the discrimination practice, to seize such actions and to ensure severe action against such individuals.     Some of the schools in the state started to get the students to wear wrist  bands in various shades like red, green, saffron, and yellow to identify the upper and lower castes. The students were also asked to wear rings, and tilaks on their forehead to mark their caste. The discrimination, however, starts at  Anganwadi level and seeps in over the years.    …

The removal of Article 370  has garnered extreme reviews from people world over. While countries like Pakistan are using this as an opportunity to interfere in India’s internal matters, the Ladakhi community…

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