Transformative trends in India’s higher education

Transformative trends in India’s higher education

Saturday, 20 April 2024 | Aritra Ghoshal

The surge in EdTech presents opportunities for democratising education but also highlights challenges such as the digital divide and ensuring quality India’s higher education landscape is undergoing a transformative shift. With initiatives like the New Education Policy (NEP) 2020, skill development programs by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) and the...

Showdown in Karnataka

Showdown in Karnataka

Thursday, 18 April 2024 | Kalyani Shankar

As Karnataka braces for the Lok Sabha elections, the political arena is set for a fierce clash between the Congress and the BJP-JD(S) alliance The Lok Sabha elections are coming up in Karnataka and will be held in 28 constituencies on April 26 and May 7. The Congress party and the...

Reflections on class and age discrimination

Reflections on class and age discrimination

Wednesday, 17 April 2024 | Sanjay Chandra

From a childhood encounter at a political rally to navigating workplace dynamics, an individual’s journey unveils lessons in equality and empathy The then Prime Minister was to address a public rally in Ghaziabad. My father, posted as the head of the electricity department in the city, was responsible for the electrical...

Shower of blessings

Shower of blessings

Wednesday, 17 April 2024 | Pioneer

For the first time in a decade, IMD predicts above-normal rainfall across the nation The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has marked a significant milestone by releasing its long-term forecast. For the first time in a decade, the IMD has predicted above-average rainfall across almost the entire expanse of the country. This...

Ignoring neighbours to embrace the world

Ignoring neighbours to embrace the world

Wednesday, 17 April 2024 | Ashok K Mehta

The BJP Government has put Neighbourhood First Policy on backburner, leaving it underperforming amid rising anti-India sentiments in the region BJP government has made foreign policy  a key election issue: Prime Minister Modi has stated, ‘Neighbour first and Act East second.’  Foreign Minister S Jaishankar is campaigning how G20 has enhanced...

Screenwriters as architects of emotion

Screenwriters as architects of emotion

Tuesday, 16 April 2024 | PAWAN SONY

They are the true magicians. Their contributions extend far beyond the screen, touching hearts and shaping societal narratives The magic of cinema is not just seen; it’s heard in the echo of words that linger long after the screen goes dark. Screenwriters, the unsung architects of these moments, weave dialogues and...

Damage control

Damage control

Tuesday, 16 April 2024 | Pioneer

World leaders scramble to soothe tempers after Iran’s retaliatory attack on Israel for Damascus The fragile peace equilibrium in West Asia has been hit once again, with Iran launching a direct attack on Israel and escalating tensions. Fresh apprehensions reverberated globally, prompting swift diplomatic action from President Joe Biden who, besides...

Avoiding icebergs  in troubled times

Avoiding icebergs in troubled times

Tuesday, 16 April 2024 | Deepak Sinha

Amid escalating unease surrounding the credibility of Government agencies, the path to assuaging these concerns and reinstating trust lies in conducting a transparent inquiry Clearly, in these dystopian times reality has come to be stranger than fiction and social mores turned on their head. In an earlier time, actions seen as...

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