- We condemn the flogging of Dalit men in Gujarat, says Rajnath Singh
- India cannot suppress voice of Kashmiris, should hold plebiscite: Nawaz Sharif
- Hockey legend Mohammed Shahid passes away
- Ambiguity on Navjot Singh Sidhu's status in BJP as no official word on resignation from party
- 7th Pay Commission: Govt to examine pay parity between IAS, non-IAS officers
Young Authors' Hunt on
Max Life Insurance has announced igenius Young Authors' Hunt for children under 15 years. The initiative aims to promote writing talent among kids that will culminate in a book. The book will be published by Rupa Publications India which will also be providing editorial support for the book. Eminent authors Chetan Bhagat and Ruskin Bond will be part of the jury. Meanwhile, the third edition of igenius scholarships also culminated recently with the 27 top winners being rewarded at the grand finale in Gurgaon. igenius scholarship III witnessed the participation of almost 4.9 lakh children across different age groups and Max Life Insurance gave away cash prizes worth Rs 1.1 crore, including two top scholarships of Rs10 lakh each.
National Employability Conclave held
The National Employability Conclave, 2012, was organised by Aspiring Minds in collaboration with Dun and Bradstreet in the city on Friday. Hyderabad, Delhi, Bengaluru and Kolkata were the other cities where the conclave was held. Over 500 colleges across India participated in the conclave. Eminent industry heads such as Shahina Islam, associate vice president - HR, Zensar Technologies Limited and Dr. S V Bhave, vice-president - HR, Bharat Forge Limited, were some of the spokespersons present at the conclave.
- The endeavour for a common civil law must be to end discrimination, and not stamp majority might
- A host of powerful open and programmable capabilities is set to create the ‘WhatsApp moment’ for Indian banking
- Local newspapers are often the only source of news during curfew and the record of state violence
- Navjot Sidhu’s revolt has complicated the Punjab pre-poll scene
- There is an urgent need for India to reclaim 'national interest' from its national media
- India's institutionalised monetary policy framework has to be taken to its logical conclusion