• Oct
    19

    Prime minister Narendra Modi has promised to build a toilet in every Indian home especially in our villages. This is necessary and very admirable

  • Oct
    16

    A smart meter is an electronic device that records consumption of electric energy in short intervals and communicates this information on a regular basis back to the utility for monitoring

  • Oct
    15

    The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the UN initiated in 2010 a programme for according recognition to innovative agriculture production systems by designating them as globally important agricultural heritage

  • Oct
    14

    There has always been some sort of a disconnect between how things are taught in a classroom and how things work in the ‘real world’. While academicians, industrial community

  • Oct
    13

    At every age there are certain portends that become irreversible events. In the 19th and 20th centuries the steam turbine and later oil-driven economy unleashed the mobility

  • By William Pesek

    Earlier this week Japan’s media were exultant over a Nobel Prize in physics award to three native sons. So it came as a shock when rather than

  • Oct
    09

    Faster than expected the demonstrations in Hong Kong have run their course without any substantial concession to the protesters. Initially there was a lot of enthusiasm amongst the

  • Oct
    08
    By PC Jha

    The wise minister of a Mauryan king had advised that since all undertakings depend on finance, the king should pay foremost attention to the treasury. The efficacy of this

  • Oct
    07

    One of my British mentors told me that technology waves are similar to a London red bus. You do not know exactly when will it come

  • Oct
    06
    By Anil Choudhry

    As we all know, the country is currently seeing prolonged power cuts and blackouts in many regions, affecting all strata of society, including residential, commercial and industrial entities.
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