Entrepreneur Sharmin Ali calls out sexism in venture capital world
TEDx speaker Sharmin Ali has penned a book that weaves together the experiences of scores of entrepreneurs like her, bringing to light the outrageous sexism roiling in the VC community in India.
10 smart ways to make sure that your book is a bestseller
Savi Sharma, author of 'Everyone has a story' has some advice to dole out on the su...
Salarjung Museum's art gallery to be world's biggest cradle of Islamic legacy & heritage
The gallery will contain 2,500 rare Islamic exhibits...
Faux pas: Rajnath Singh says India to make Nuclear weapons with France
Rajnath Singh's office later clarified that the minister clarifiead it was a mere "slip of tongue" and was referring to nuclear reactors.
History of science and technology in India top focus for ICHR
The history of science and technology in India starting from the ancient era up to the colonial rule will be among the top focus areas of ICHR
Fats Domino, rock 'n' roll pioneer has died at age 89
Mark Bone, chief investigator with the Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, coroner's office, said Domino died of natural causes early Tuesday.
Third Eye: Ambedkar on SC wall for the first time
A belated honour for the man, etched for posterity by artist Paresh Maity, by SC Bar Association led by Sr advocate Dushyant Dave.
Aidan Gillen of 'Game of Thrones' narrates 'The Art of War' in new audiobook
A new audiobook recording of Sun Tzu's "The Art of War" will soon be available with the perfect narrator - Aidan Gillen from "Game of Thrones".
CAG slams Kerala Ayurveda company for laxity in manufacturing
The report also said the company admitted that it has the facility to test only microbial and physico-chemical parametres of products.
Uttarakhand Governor calls for digitising Sanskrit texts
Paul said the ancient language occupied a pre-eminent position among the classical languages of the world globally.
Study reveals poor state of medical research
Nearly 60% of institutes did not have a single publication over a decade. Moreover, states that have the largest number of private medical colleges produce very little of research publication.
On a 'fun'tastic cultural soiree to Jerusalem
Jerusalem, the Holy City dates back 4,000 years, and is the spiritual home to Muslims, Christians and Jews, and rich history, diverse cultures and delicious food awaits you.
Men more narcissistic than women: Study
The study, which included three decades of data from more than 475,000 participants, found that men consistently scored higher in narcissism.
For Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi was an anti-apartheid icon: Abdul Kalam
Nelson Mandela always considered Mahatma Gandhi as pioneer of apartheid movement in South Africa, recalls former President A P J Abdul Kalam.
Two indulgences Jayalalithaa couldn’t resist
Newspaper reports have written about the 10,500 saris, 750 pairs of footwear, watches and jewellery seized by the anti-corruption wing of the state police in 1996 after she lost election.
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