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India at G20: Prospects and Perspectives

By : Aditi Rawat The G20 or group of 20 is an intergovernmental forum comprising 19 countries and the European Union. The G20 is established...

Global standards on the use of artificial intelligence

By : Harshita Dangwal Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become an integral part of human lives - decreasing the complexities and burdens by offering insightful solutions. AI...

How can India be the centre of Rare earth elements?

By : Khushi Tyagi Rare-earth elements (REE) are necessary components of more than 200 products across a wide range of applications, especially high-tech consumer products,...

Ease of Doing Business In India Registers a Huge Improvement An Overview Analysis

By: Bhakti Dhanwai As India seeks to achieve its ambitious visions for the economy, we finally witness the growth and expansion of the country’s business...

INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY: RELEVANCE AMIDST COVID-19 & GEOPOLITICAL TURBULENCE

By: Sanya Ahuja “My faith is in the younger generation, the modern generation, out of them will come my workers. They will work out the...

Empowering youth through digital and life skill awareness in Rural India

By : Gaurav Bisaria Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the whole digital landscape all around the world and constrained individuals, strategy creators and associations to...

Significant Scientific Inventions that found their ways in 2021

While the world battles a deadly virus that has changed the dynamics of the living world since the dawn of 2020, the scientists and...

Energy Efficient Computing

In today’s world of pollution and climate degradation as a result of the emission of power, coal. And greenhouse gasses, it is of utmost...

Sleeping in orbit & surviving Russian winter: Rakesh Sharma, first Indian in space, recalls his training & flight

  Source: rt.com     Four Indian astronauts are now training in Russia ahead of their nation’s first manned space mission. Rakesh Sharma, the first Indian in space,...

Climate Diplomacy: A global perspective with Indian lens

Climate Diplomacy: A global perspective with Indian lens By: Shakti Nandan, IIGL We are living in an unprecedented time of triple environmental emergency of- climate change,...

Sherlock Holmes and Doyle’s introduction of Analysis and Deduction

The first Sherlock Holmes’ Novel as a primer to a new investigation science-   Analysis and Deduction-    Observation and deduction are the lifeblood of...

89 lakh children under 5 years inoculated on National Polio Immunisation Day

New Delhi , January 31 (ANI): Close to 89 lakh children (as per provisional data) under five years across the country were given polio...
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UN Secretary General Report: drug control, crime prevention, and combating terrorism

BY:PRATUL MALTHUMKAR Executive Summary: Social discord is the greatest disease to modern civilization as we know it. The largest symptoms of this disease are drugs and...

Analyzing the role of ‘States’ in face of a Global Pandemic

By: Pratul Malthumkar The duties, obligations and functions of “states” have been a topic of thorough discussion in wake of the global pandemic. Before the...

An assertive China and a disengaged United States: India’s role in shaping the New Global Order

BY:PRATUL MALTHUMKAR The current global order is uncertain, ambiguous, and dependent on multiple externalities. These variables tend to impact the power structure and play a...

Panchprans and PM Narendra Modi’s Vision for New India

By : Khushi Tyagi PM Modi gave 'Panch Pran' call to make India developed country by 2047. The Panchprans taken by PM were : move...