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India a Super Power by 2020? Just Impossible… From where we are at present, being the most developed nation by 2020 does not seem likely. Here developed nation means all round development of citizens, multidimensional advancement of a nation, like enriching the personality of an individual.
Each & every citizen should have self- respect, fulfilling the basic needs of life and...

The Supreme Court refuses to entertain Centre's plea for stay of Andhra Pradesh HC order quashing 4.5% minority sub-quota for admissions and jobs within 27% OBC reservation unless the government produces material to show a detailed exercise was undertaken to carve out the sub-quota. It gave time to the Centre to produce the documents by Tuesday and put the matter for...

New Delhi: Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam never shared with media why exactly he left the Nalanda University project. The project was his brainchild whose origin could be traced back to his address to the Bihar Legislative Assembly on March 28, 2006. The Nalanda University proudly displays his speech on its official website. The University would, however, loath to admit why Kalam left the project despite...

The National Institute of Technology (NITs) adopted the common entrance for admission to undergraduate prog from 2013 giving 40 pc weightage to board results and 60 pc weightage to the main exam for preparing merit list.
Students seeking admission to these institutes would not have to appear for the advance test as had been proposed earlier.

"The formula worked out is very simple...

Government has ruled out extension of the deadline for enforcing the Right to Education Act beyond March 2013 as several states are yet to achieve the RTE standards for school infrastructure.

HRD minister M M Pallam Raju said that while Bihar Education Minister demanded the need for extending RTE deadline some other Education Ministers did not support such an extension.
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Changes made to make it attractive for foreign universities to enter India.

The government has opened the doors for top foreign universities to set up campuses in the country and award degrees, giving Indian students the opportunity to study in global institutions without leaving home or spending a fortune in dollars.

The human resource development ministry has decided to...

Raising questions over the government's slogan of inclusive growth, an official report has said the rate at which new jobs were added to India's labour force had declined between 1993 and 2005 despite an economic boom. The annual growth rate of employment declined to 1.85 percent from 2.03 percent between 1993 and 2005 despite higher aggregate growth...

Economic slowdown has taken a heavy toll on jobs in most Asian nations -- including India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Philippines and Indonesia -- with youth unemployment rising over 10% during 2013, International Labour Organisation said in a report.

While employment growth has remained below 3% in most parts in Asia Pacific region, unemployment rate was about 5%.

In India,...

Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala

Prime Minister Narendra Modi deserves thumping congratulations for demonetizing notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 denominations. This will hit hard at the fake note rackets being run by terrorists, and the large amount of monies stashed away by politicians, government officials and hawala operators. This move will provide much relief to honest taxpayers....