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Mobile phone penetration in India set to rise to 85-90% by 2020: report

According to the report, only 44.1% of women own a mobile phone compared with 73% of men. Photo: Ramesh Pathania/ Mint Mumbai: Mobile phone penetration in India is set to rise to 85-90% by 2020 from the current levels of 65-75%, according to a report issued by Omidyar Network on Wednesday. However, only half of the smartphone owners in the ... Read More »

THINGS I LEARNED ABOUT FINANCE BROS BY (BRIEFLY) DATING A FINANCE BRO

PHOTOGRAPH BY MARY CYBULSKI / PARAMOUNT PICTURES / EVERETT   It’s not that they’re actually ever mad at the valet. They just want him to learn. And, when you think about it, they’re really doing him a favor. You could even call it “broblesse oblige.” They do. The point is, never ever bend a Porsche key. * There is an ... Read More »

What would be the suggestions by the experienced steroid users?

The steroids are considered as a way to improve the speed and strength of the body of an individual. There are numerous steroids available online and the laws in regard to the purchase, sale or use of these steroids are different from the other. The steroids have been banned and are considered illegal in some countries like China and India. ... Read More »

Education is controlled by ‘iron triangle’

The most pressing economic development issue facing Delaware today is the poor quality of our public schools. According to National Assessment of Educational Progress, Delaware’s eighth-grade math and reading results rank 31st in the nation. One third were ranked below proficient. Less than 30 percent of high school graduates are college-ready. Included in this statistic are minority students who scored ... Read More »

Obama Education Rules Are Swept Aside by Congress

President Barack Obama after signing the Every Student Succeeds Act at the White House in 2015. The bipartisan support for the measure later disappeared. CreditDoug Mills/The New York Times With all the attention paid to President Trump’s lightning-rod secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, and her advocacy for private school vouchers, little public notice has been paid to the action on ... Read More »

Diesel car sales drop nearly by a half in last four years

Diesel cars which once were once seen a budget option in the long term, is now no longer considered to be a viable option. Reports indicate that back in July 2012 diesel cars contributed to around 52 per cent of overall sales while petrol cars held the other 48 per cent. The numbers have now dropped by less than a ... Read More »

Chips coming by June will herald the next generation of Wi-Fi: 802.11ax

Qualcomm will start shipping sample chips for the next generation of Wi-Fi by June, helping device and network vendors develop products that might quadruple users’ speeds and lengthen battery life. The new silicon uses an early version of IEEE 802.11ax, a specification designed to make wireless LANs more efficient and increase their performance as a result. The formal standard isn’t ... Read More »

DAVV and IIPS to offer MBA Entrepreneurship course by 2017-18 session

It is now widely speculated that the International Institute of Professional Studies (IIPS) or Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya will be offering entrepreneurship courses by 2017-18 session. Representational image RELATED STORIES School under serious allegations, Delhi High Court seeks response from government UGC asks varsities to revise curricula Cadbury will pay you to taste chocolate, know how to apply! Delhi to build ... Read More »

Overwatch’s console players are getting wrecked by keyboard and mouse users

Some gamers are using a keyboard and mouse (KBM) instead of controllers to play Overwatch on consoles, and Blizzard isn’t happy about it whatsoever. “The Overwatch team objects to the use of mouse and keyboard on console,” game director Jeff Kaplan said on the Battle.net forums, as first spotted by PC Gamer. “We have contacted both first-party console manufacturers and ... Read More »

5 tips by PM Modi for students preparing for Classes 10 and 12 Board exams

To encourage the student in battling anxiety just a few months ahead of exams, PM Modi extended moral support by saying that students should find pleasure in exam by contemplating it as fun activities. Narendra Modi RELATED STORIES DU to introduce fresh admission criterion in upcoming session DU plans to launch mobile app to monitor student attendance Kashmir: Interactive session ... Read More »