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Father of Indian Supercomputer Vijay Pandurang Bhatkar becomes Nalanda University’s new vice-chancellor

Vijay Pandurang Bhatkar, 70, has been appointed as the new Vice-Chancellor of Nalanda University, Rajgir, in Bihar. President Pranab Mukherjee, in his capacity as visitor to Nalanda University, named Bhatkar for the post with effect from January 25. Nalanda University gets a new vice-chancellor RELATED STORIES Rajasthan: Chapter on demonetisation to be included in high school syllabus UPSC CDS (I) ... Read More »

Peugeot Citroen and the CK Birla Group signs agreement for Indian operations

As we had reported earlier, Peugeot Citroen will mark its return to India through a joint venture between PSA Group and the CK Birla group. Both the companies have now entered into an agreement to manufacture and sell vehicles and components in India by the year 2020. In line with the PSA Group’s strategic plan of “Push to Pass” and ... Read More »

Ireland emerging as good destination for Indian students

The safe and welcoming ecosystem of Ireland besides its excellence in the academic field are some of the primary reasons that attract Indian students. Ireland is considered as one of the safest and friendliest countries in the world. Representational image RELATED STORIES Osmania university Centenary Celebrations should be held on a grand scale, says Telangana CM Kerala: Education sector is ... Read More »

Things you should know before playing Indian Rummy Games Online

Over the ages the world has turned almost completely to a virtual world. The world of Internet has taken over the minds of today’s generation. People prefer to stay back home playing online rather than playing outside. The Internet revolution which is now a part of our daily lives, allures us to take help of the technology for almost everything. ... Read More »

Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza wins the Indian Car of the Year Award 2017

Initiated in 2005, the Indian Car of the Year Award (ICOTY) is now the most credible and coveted auto award in India. This year, the award was bagged by Maruti Suzuki’s first compact SUV – the Vitara Brezza. The Vitara Brezza took away the honours from tough competition like the Toyota Innova Crysta and the Hyundai Tucson, which clinched the ... Read More »

Indian-American IT entrepreneur to fund Indian journalist

A candidate who has three years of professional experience as a journalist and employed as a journalist by an independent news media organisation in India can apply for the fellowship Journalist Fellowship RELATED STORIES Kerala government offers 70 acres land to set up IIT Palakkad free of cost Microsoft Research India’s researchers named ACM fellows Modi government to boost higher ... Read More »

Indian car sales November 2016: Winners and Losers

November is usually supposed to be the peak of festive sales for the automobile industry and we expected good numbers especially after the strong showing by the various segments in October. But then, demonetisation happened and most of the country’s population was found in or around banks and the automobile industry bore the brunt of the cash crunch. Cumulative sales ... Read More »

Maruti Gypsy to be replaced by Tata Safari Storme in the Indian Army

The Indian Army’s association with Maruti Suzuki Gypsy is not new. After serving the Army for years now, the defense department is stated to be in talks with Tata Motors for procuring a fresh lot of Safari Storme SUV for its serving members. Mahindra and Tata had approached the Army early last year with Scorpio and Safari Storme, respectively. Both ... Read More »

Indian car sales for October 2016: Winners and losers

The festive season is on and with a good monsoon backing the economy, car sales were expected to go through the roof in October. While the numbers did go through the roof for some cars, some were left behind in this fierce competition. So we run through all the numbers to find out which of the cars managed to ride ... Read More »

Indian researcher wins the German Green Talent award

A 29-year-old Indian research scholar from the National University of Singapore won the German Green Talent award. Shamik Chowdhury, who is doing his PhD in environmental engineering was among the 25 scholars, who were awarded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research for their innovative green ideas. Why was he awarded? The young research scholar was awarded for ... Read More »