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  • An education in acronyms

    Topics : Education, Politics

    Every year multiple agencies, private and public, tell us that an unacceptable number of school-going children at age 14 are functionally illiterate and that their numbers are not declining. Teachers and teaching, almost everyone is agreed, are at the heart of this problem. Every year a tiny fraction of hopefuls clears the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) or TET exams necessary to a get a teaching job in a government school. (more…)

    Source: The Hindu >>
  • Nirmala Sitharaman to lead business delegation to Algeria

    Topics : Economy, IR India and the world

    Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will lead a business delegation to Algeria from May 26 to June 1, 2015, a FICCI statement said on Saturday. “India has been given a status of Guest of Honour country for the Algiers International Trade Fair, being held from May 26 to June 1, 2015 in Algeria. (more…)

    Source: The Hindu >>
  • Assured of a stable & functional govt

    Topics : Business, Economy

    Before NDA Government was swept to power with a decisive mandate in the Lok Sabha poll in 2014, the country faced enormous problems. There was a setback to our growth, caused by external issues like slowdown in the world economy and domestic factors such as widening current account deficit, high inflation, high interest cost, policy paralysis or logjam, stalled projects and series of scams. (more…)

    Source: The Hindu >>
  • Skyscraper ahead, take diversion!

    Topics : Environment, Science and Technology

    Migratory birds are able to avoid collisions with man-made structures by following a well-informed leader who guides the flock for smooth flight, scientists have found. The study found that the social structure of groups of migratory birds may have a significant effect on their vulnerability to collisions with obstacles, particularly wind turbines and skyscrapers. (more…)

    Source: The Hindu >>
  • 207 giant tortoises to be released in the Galapagos

    Topics : Environment

    Administrators at Ecuador’s Galapagos National Park said 207 giant tortoises will be released next month on the island of Santa Fe, where the native tortoises died out more than 150 years ago. The tortoises to be set loose on June 5, 2015 by the park directors and the Galapagos Conservancy group belong to the species Chelonoidis hoodensis, Spanish news agency Efe reported from the South American nation. (more…)

    Source: The Hindu >>
  • The gap between stated intent and ground reality

    Topics : Politics

    In January this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the ambitious Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (Save Girl Child) initiative from Panipat, Haryana, promising to address the issue of declining sex ratio. India has seen a steep decline in child sex ratio in the last decade, from 927 (girls per thousand boys in the 0-6 age-group) earlier to 918.  (more…)

    Source: The Hindu >>
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