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Wednesday, 24-April-2019



117 weeks ago
Given that he had been managing the biggest cash cow of the Tata Group, Tata Consultancy Services, it was perhaps expected that N Chandrashekaran would become Ratan Tata’s ‘Bofors Gun’ in his final war with Cyrus Mistry, and that is precisely what has happened. Since Ratan would soon have to say ‘tata’ to his intermediary role of chairman, Chandrashekaran has been finally made the chairperson of Tata Sons. He had completed his Master’s degree in computer applications from Tamilnadu’s Tiruchirapalli Regional Engineering College in 1987. He had joined TCS soon after that. In 2009, and...


118 weeks ago
Viral Acharya has been appointed Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India. With a bright academic background, Acharya is believed to be an expert in finance. Forty-two-year old Acharya was working as a Professor of Economics in the Finance Department of New York University. He is known for his research in the field of risk analysis. In 1995, he got his degree in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT, Bombay. He did his PhD from Stern School of Business of New York University in 2001. He was teaching at London Business School from 2001 to 2008. Acharya was the member of Advisory Scientific Committee of European Systemic Ris...


118 weeks ago
India has never been short of child prodigies. At an age when most of the youngsters are busy clicking Instagram pictures and forwarding Whatsapp messages, Rohan Suri has cemented his place in history. Suri is merely 17, but he has already founded Averia Health Solutions, a healthcare firm. He created an app, kTrace, which diagnoses the concussions based on eye-tracking science. Users have to use a special headset with a smartphone . The headset consists of mirrors and LED lights and costs $50, or roughly Rs 3,400. The app uses the smartphone’s video camera to record the patient’s eye movement in response to visual s...


119 weeks ago
A nil Baijal , a 1969 batch IAS (Retd.) officer has become Lieutenant Governor of Delhi.  After the surprise resignation of former Lt. Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung this post was lying vacant.   70 years old Baijal is known as wonderful administrative officer. In 2006 he retired as the Secretary of Urban Development Ministry. In Atal Bihari’s NDA government, he was Union Home Secretary. He had worked successfully as the vice chairman of Delhi Development Authority. He was one of the members of Vivekananda International Foundation’s executive. Prime Minister’s national security adviser Ajit...

JUSTICE JS KHEHAR - a fearless judge

119 weeks ago
Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar has been appointed the 44th Chief Justice of India. Sixty-four-year-old Justice Khehar is the first Chief Justice belonging to the Sikh community. President Pranab Mukherjee swore him in under oath for confidentiality and the position. Last month the former Chief Justice TS Thakur recommended appointing Supreme Court Senior Justice JS Khehar as his replacement. Justice Khehar will have a little more than seven months in his term. He will stay in office till August  7, 2017. In addition to heading the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) Justice Khehar has also chai...


120 weeks ago
A man named Vasant Sharma daily travels 6 km in bicycle to collect and distribute chapattis to the homeless and the needy people. He does this on a daily basis without any fail. By the grace of God, this old man has not came across any disease.  Everyday Vasant Sharma, rides on his bicycle and knocks at 250 houses and gets either chapattis or pulses. The collection work is done till 5 o’clock. The distribution work is completed by 6 o’clock. His works of social service started when some people came to him last year. They were in search of a person who would be able to go to the town and get help from others...


120 weeks ago
India faces humongous loss due to wasted Parliament sessions. This MP from Odisha compensates the nation for its loss  Biju Janta Dal (BJD) MP is in News now a days. He has decided to return his salary for the month. He has decided it because the winter session of parliament couldn’t run properly. Panda said, from past four-five years he returns the salary proportional to time wasted in Parliament. Panda is elected for Lok Sabha from the Kendrapara constituency in Odisha....

ROSHAN SODHI : voted for Kalam prize

121 weeks ago
Age is not a bar for a great idea. Grade sixth student Roshan Sodhi has proved it to be true. Roshan may have a few more years before he can vote but his ideas can change the course of elections. Listening to election fraud over news, Roshan made some suggestions that can help direct the voting count at the polling station to the control room immediately. The young innovator of Chhattisgarh has been selected in the Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Ignite Competition-2016 for his innovative idea. According to Roshan, his idea is to immediately send the voting counts on the voting centre EVM machines to the District Election Headquarter. He says we have to develop a system t...

ANIRUDDH RAJPUT: First Indian Member of CIL

122 weeks ago
Aniruddha Rajput is among the 34 lawyers elected by the UN General Assembly as members of the ILC. This commission is tasked with the progressive development of international law and its codification. Indian lawyer Aniruddha Rajput has also came out as the youngest member of the Commission. He received the largest number of votes in the Asia-Pacific group. He is also the first to get in the International Law Commission without being a part of the Foreign Ministry legal panel. Anirudhha is to commence his five-year term from January 2017 along with 34 other elected members at the commission.

JITESH GADHIA, British MP: Making Rig Veda famous

130 weeks ago
Jitesh Gadhia, 46 years old, is the youngest Briton of Indian origin to enter the House of Lords, where the average age of MPs is 69 years. While swearing allegiance to Britain’s monarch, he used ‘Rig Veda’ to pledge his oath. Rig Veda is an ancient collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns dating back to 1200 BC. Gadhia used a copy of ‘Rig Veda’, which was edited and published in Devanagari by Max Muller, in 1849. Later, he gifted the copy to British Parliament. Mr Gadhia has been a renowned investment banker and also a member of the board of UK Financial Investments (UKFI). He has been a champion of financial sector reforms and been pushing the establ...

Young Indian helps the hungry

130 weeks ago
Almost 20 crore Indians go to sleep every night with an empty stomach. On the other hand, food worth Rs 58,000 crore is wasted every year in India. Ankit Kwatra was appalled by at this anomaly and founded a non-government organization - Feeding India - to solve the problem of hunger. Ankit is 24 years old young man who was recently selected by United Nations for the inaugural cohort of UN Young Leaders for Sustainable Development Goals. 17 youth leaders have been selected from all across the globe for their leadership, recognizing their contribution to end poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and tackle climate change by 2030.    In 2014, Ankit went to...