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The Hindu
Herbs in your bedK. Sivaraj grew up in Erode, by a gurgling, unpolluted Cauvery. He and a friend
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
K. Sivaraj grew up in Erode, by a gurgling, unpolluted Cauvery. He and a friend, A Thirumurugan, studied textile processing and technology, and worked in factories that used chemical dyes. They saw the toll it took on the water bodies; their Cauvery... Read more
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Business Standard India
Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) - 2018Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2018 dates have been announced. Co
Business Standard India / Posted 4 days ago
Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2018 dates have been announced. Commencement of process will start with the availability of Application Forms from 01st September 2017. The last date to submit application form is 05th October 2017. GATE... Read more
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The Economic Times
Freedom@70: How Khadi is getting a new spinGramodyog Bhavan at Delhi’s Connaught Place run by the Khadi and Village Indust
The Economic Times / Posted 8 days ago
Gramodyog Bhavan at Delhi’s Connaught Place run by the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) under the ministry of micro, small and medium enterprises followed. The saree search narrowed down to four choices, which she put to an online... Read more
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New Kerala
CSIR-Central Building Research Institute Roorkee, Uttarakhand Organizes Three-Day CSIR Platinum Jubilee TechnoFest - newkerala news #262510New Delhi, Aug 11: Starting with the indelible ink, the hallmark of the nation'
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
New Delhi, Aug 11: Starting with the indelible ink, the hallmark of the nation's fabric, CSIR has left an indelible mark on every sphere of life. With an all-round approach towards R and D, CSIR reflects India in its diversity and... Read more
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The Manila Times
Apayao province, college venture into sericultureAiming to revitalize the sericulture industry in the Cordillera Administrative
The Manila Times / Posted 10 days ago
Aiming to revitalize the sericulture industry in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) in the region has started a silk production project with the Apayao State College (ASC) in Apayao... Read more
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Digi Times
Taiwan to set up innovation service platform to integrate technology R&D forces Bryan Chuang, Taipei; Willis Ke, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 25 July 2017] Taiwan's M
Digi Times / Posted 26 days ago
Bryan Chuang, Taipei; Willis Ke, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 25 July 2017] Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs will spend NT$5 billion (US$170 million) in the next four years... Read more
27d
KERA North Texas
New Yorker Redesigns Her Life To Help Kids In Ghanapeers seriously at them through her glasses. And then "Aunty Pat" — as the kids
KERA North Texas / Posted 27 days ago
peers seriously at them through her glasses. And then "Aunty Pat" — as the kids call her — cracks a smile. It's this blend of discipline and nurturing that's the foundation of BASICS, a nonprofit organization Wilkins started in 2001 that aims to... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
New Yorker Redesigns Her Life To Help Kids In GhanaPat Wilkins didn't plan to live in Ghana. But the former New Yorker is now so m
KPBS San Diego / Posted 27 days ago
Pat Wilkins didn't plan to live in Ghana. But the former New Yorker is now so much a part of the society that, as one Ghanaian puts it, "We don't even see her as an American. She is family to us." It's afternoon, and in a spacious courtyard in... Read more
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The Hindu
Mountain echoesWe are squeezed into the back of Sonam Gyaltsen Bhutia’s buzzing studio in Gang
The Hindu / Posted 29 days ago
We are squeezed into the back of Sonam Gyaltsen Bhutia’s buzzing studio in Gangtok, which brims over with interns from the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, and from Indian School of Design and Innovation Parsons, Mumbai. The long table in the... Read more
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Fortune
Tata Sons' Chairman Plans to Fix India’s Biggest CompanyShortly after Natarajan Chandrasekaran turned 44, his doctor diagnosed him with
Fortune / Posted 30 days ago
Shortly after Natarajan Chandrasekaran turned 44, his doctor diagnosed him with diabetes. As the chief operating officer of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), India’s largest IT firm, Chandrasekaran (who insists that everyone call him simply Chandra)... Read more
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