Technique of a farmer from Maharashtra may help Punjab solve its stubble burning problem
Chandrashekhar Bhadsavle from Neral in Mumbai has developed a direct sowing technique called Saguna Rice Technology (SRT), which eliminates need of tillage and stubble burning in rice and other crops. Bhadsavle had developed the SRT technology of rice cultivation in 2011.
Govt should work with regulators to fix problems in Karvy, DHFL fraud cases: Congress
The Congress in Rajya Sabha on Tuesday said steps being...
Citizenship Amendment Bill: What does it do, why is it seen as a problem
The opposition says the Bill violates Article 14 of the Indian Const...
Agriculture crisis one of country’s biggest problems: Nitin Gadkari
Nitin Gadkari said the government was focussed on diversification of agriculture into energy and power, and industry must also invest in rural and agricultural sectors to create employment and diversify wealth generation. He said pollution of the air and water, and India’s crude oil import bill, and agricultural crisis were the country’s three major problems today.
Rich-world problem of lowflation has arrived in emerging markets
The biggest ones are their currencies, which don’t loom so large for rich-world central bankers (although U.S. President Donald Trump thinks they should). Emerging-market exchange rates get bounced around as capital shifts in and out -– flows that have been amplified by years of cheap money in developed countries.
Innovation should focus on solving problems of poor: Pranab Mukherjee
Addressing a gathering, Mukherjee emphasised the role of creativity and innovation. "Innovation in our country has by and large focused mostly on the needs of the upper income groups and not adequately on solving problems of the poor and underprivileged who are marginalised. I sincerely wish we change this state of affairs," he said.
Tamil Nadu: 7000 graduates apply for 549 sanitary workers posts
Arun Kumar, BE in Mechatronics who applied for the post said, "I completed my engineering but I could not get a job in my field. I want a job now. So, I am here"
View: The real problem with electoral bonds
All the Opposition’s objections to the bonds are valid. But these objections and their object, the bonds, collude to perpetuate the essential fraud in political funding in India: the expenses that are shown and accounted for in some fashion or the other is just a fraction of the actual money spent.
Nusrat Jahan in ICU due to respiratory problem, misses Winter Session of Parliament
The actor-turned-MP has a history of asthma.
How to resolve financial differences with adult children
During the child’s physical progression from toddler to teenager and adulthood, the emotional weft starts to wear thin due to the increase in financial strain. The financial instruments intended to bind the child to parent serve to sever the ties.
View: India has to fix structural problems because of the risk of growing old before growing rich
India has a 10-year window to grow really fast, put in place the institutions required to sustain growth before the demographic dividend slackens. Rathin Roy said in May, "India runs the risk of getting caught in the middleincome trap, of growth losing momentum because of its narrow social base, resulting in capping per-capita incomes at $12,000."
The world may have a bigger problem than a potential recession
The OECD sees global growth stuck at 2.9% this year and next, and rising slightly to 3% in 2021.
Recognition of problem leads to start for solution: Prakash Javdekar on pollution
Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar in RS: In order to abate and control air pollution in Delhi NCR, we have undertaken several initiativ...
Solar panels reduce bills by 50%: Delhi power minister Satyendar Jain
Under the Mukhyamantri Solar Power Yojana, Delhi government’s flagship scheme launched in 2018, 146 MW solar capacity has been achieved in 2,900-odd installations that has helped reduce 500 tons CO2-eq emissions daily, Delhi power minister Satyendar Jain said.
Money & Relationships: How to tell your children about financial problems
It is important to talk to kids about money issues in a way that it does not cause anxiety and provides the skills to deal with crises as adults. If you are struggling on how to tell your children about your current financial problems, here's help.
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