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Latest Update (18, May 2017) :  In the latest development, the International Court of Justice has ordered Pakistan to ensure not to execute Kulbhushan Jhadav until a final decision is taken in the case. The world court also maintained that Pakistan should have given consular access to India.  One of the most important responsibilities of the government of any nation is to protect its people – both on its soil and overseas. It is with [...]

mother's-day mothering sunday

The natural state of motherhood is unselfishness. When you become a mother, you are no longer the center of your own universe. You relinquish that position to your children – Jessica Lange (actress) We admit, there can be no gift quite worth your mother. Then again, you do want your mother to feel special this Mother’s Day and don’t want to give in to clichéd gifts. So here’s a list of 10 gift ideas to [...]

iceberg snow world at ahmedabad

Summer break is here and the kids are home all day. Temperatures are soaring and the scorching heat leaves you sapped of all energy. Take a break from the monotony of staying indoors and head straight to experience the snow in Ahmedabad. Yes, you heard that right. Right in the heart of Ahmedabad you have an unlikely paradise – Iceberg Snow World. Literally, the best place to chill out this summer. Open all 365 days [...]

movie review sarkar-3

Cast – Amitabh Bachchan, Amit Sadh, Ronit Roy, Jackie Shroff, Manoj Bajpayee, Yami Gautam, Rohini Hattangadi Directed by – Ram Gopal Varma Produced by – Rahul Mittra, Anand Pandit, Gopal Dalvi, Krishan Choudhary, WeOne Written by – P Jaya Kumar Dialogues – Ramkumar Singh Screenplay by – Ram Gopal Varma Story by – Nilesh Girkar Music by – Ravi Shankar Cinematography – Amol Rathod Edited by – Anwar Ali Production House – Alumbra Entertainment, Wave [...]

National Technology Day

“Greetings to everyone, especially our industrious scientists and those passionate about technology, on National Technology Day.” It is with these words that Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the people of India on National Technology Day. He also followed this up with a number of tweets that extolled the contribution of scientists and the courage of the political leaders in successfully conducting the Pokhran tests of 1998. History of National Technology Day 11 May, 1998, was [...]

pod taxis in bengaluru

The definition of a developed city is not the number of personal vehicles its inhabitants own but the strength of its public transport. In a country like India which aspires to build more and more smart cities, the development of a strong public transport network powered by clean energy becomes all the more important. It is with this in mind that the Indian government has been looking at technology to provide a solution that combines [...]

engineering in india

Engineering is one of the most coveted choices for students who wish to undergo undergraduate and postgraduate studies in India. There are thousands of engineering colleges in the country but only about 3000 of them have the necessary recognition. Fewer yet are deemed universities. Each year lakhs of students pass out of these colleges, each with the hope of making it big, earning a lucrative sum each year. Most of them prefer to take up [...]

low growth rate impact on real estate

“Roti, kapda, aur makaan” have been the primary life goals of an average Indian since time immemorial. But the historic demonetization undertaken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in November 2016 could have changed it all, at least the Makaan bit. According to a recent survey by leading trade association, Associated Chambers of Commerce of India (Assocham), demand for real estate in some of the leading cities of India has fallen despite a sharp decline in [...]

mp adopts first jan-dec fiscal year format

Late last month, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had indicated that his government would consider doing away with the colonial legacy of adhering to the April – March financial year cycle. Such a move could mean reworking the entire budgetary and tax filing systems. Before the union government could study the consequences of such a shift and present this idea to the union cabinet, the Madhya Pradesh government has decided to move the budget cycle [...]

Real Estate Regulation Act

It is expected that by the year 2020, the real estate market in India will be valued at about USD 180 billion. Despite this huge valuation, real estate has been one of the most unregulated markets in the country. The ultimate consumer – the average home buyer – is often at the mercy of the promoter, the realtor, or even unscrupulous middle men. Ignorance, lack of adequate safeguards, and legal options often lead to frauds, [...]