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New software can compose Indian classical music with help from AI
The software has been designed by a Pune-based academician, Professor Vinod Vidwans.
How India's car market is undergoing a rapid change
Car companies have long tried to load vehicles with tech. But the level of tech and tech-...
Army plans special pensions for 1965, 1971 war veterans: Indian Army chief General Naravane
"Some proposals have been sent to the Defence Min...
Students on hunger strike in IIT Guwahati taken to hospital
The PhD students, Vikrant Singh and Himanchal Singh, said they were “forcibly removed” from campus by police officers today. Himanchal said they were told by police that they were attempting suicide, and that was considered an offence.
SGX Nifty futures recover on Trump's tweet, still down 100 points
The fresh escalation in the US-Iran tension sent Asian shares plunging even as oil prices soared.
Meet Vijaya Gadde, an Indian-born Twitter head who decides on blocking tweets, users
As Twitter’s head of legal and policy issues, Gadde has one of the most difficult jobs in technology.
Office Properties Drive $6.06 billion Investments into Indian Realty in 2019
Indian real estate attracted over $6.06 billion investments in 2019 led by office segment fetching more than 40% of the total funds deployment. Among the key markets, Mumbai dominated the investments into office sector during the year followed by the National Capital Region (NCR) and Hyderabad.
Major study to be instituted to upgrade 6,000 km of National Highways to global standards
The Narendra Modi-led government has decided to institute a major study into over 6,000 km of national highways which covers over a dozen states, including the North-South and East-West corridors, to upgrade them to “global standards”.
Sikhs to be counted as separate ethnic group in US census for first time
President of the Sikh Society of San Diego Baljeet Singh said the Sikh community's efforts have come to fruition. "This has paved the way forward nationally not only for the Sikh community but also for other ethnicities in the United States," he said.
Indian IT to mirror Infosys trend of digital growth, core services fall
IT clients have been shifting spends from existing technologies — used to currently run their businesses — to newer ones in order to deal with disruption from startups and demands from customers.
An Indian-origin family is reshaping how London eats
U.K.’s hottest restaurants and all are part of a group owned by three siblings born to an Indian family.
Youth should not remain neutral: Aishe Ghosh, JNUSU President
The 25-year-old Ghosh, president of the JNU Students' Union (JNUSU), is arguably the most recognised student leader in the country at present.
Why Mohun Bagan’s new ‘corporate’ ownership can’t be a bad thing for its fans
Mohun Bagan, quite like classic rock, remains a brand that evokes nostalgia among the middle-aged, more than producing a constant crop of new fans. Reeling off the genuine past talents of Gostho Pal, Sailen Manna, Chuni Goswami, Xavier Pius, Manas Bhattacharya, Bidesh Bose, Shyam Thapa, Shibaji Banerjee is one thing for die-hard fans, who were poster boys of Indian football
What ails India's pharmaceutical sector?
Unlike mature markets such as the US, where drug prices are market-controlled, here, the government and regulators play a pivotal role in the entire process. Regulators fix both the price companies pay for bulk drugs and the price at which they sell their products in the market, leaving little leeway to earn profit. For Indian pharma, this is a double-edged sword.
View: India can become a rule-maker in the global oil trade instead of the rule-taker it is today
India needs to push for a bigger role for its exchanges and currency in the oil trade.
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