The severe cyclones, Tauktae and Yaas, which battered India earlier this year, made landfalls on the country’s western coast, Gujarat, and the eastern coast, Odisha, on May 17 and May 26, 2021, respectively.
The term ‘Industry 4.0’ was coined by the German government in 2011. Additive manufacturing, Internet of Things, Cyber Physical Systems, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality and data analytics are some of the technologies associated with Industry 4.0.
For the first time ever, the Supreme Court Collegium led by the Chief Justice of India (CJI) recommended/selected as many as nine persons at one go to be appointed to the apex court. With the appointment of the judges, the highest court in the country having its near full strength will ease the pressure on it considerably.
The fall of Kabul in the wake of the American withdrawal from Afghanistan will prove to be a defining moment for the region and the future shape of its geopolitics. For New Delhi, the fall of Kabul is a moment of reckoning and it must rethink its regional strategies and options.
The Indian economy has travelled through an eventful period through the last three decades. In the post-independence economic history of our country, 1991 stands out as a watershed year as the economy was faced with a severe balance of payments crisis.
The recent report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the Sixth Assessment Report (AR6), titled ‘Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis’, is the first of four that the Panel will issue over the next one and a half years.
India has one of the youngest populations with 62 per cent of the population in the working age group and 54 per cent below the age of 25. Thus India has the advantage of leveraging the skill and ability of our youth to drive the nation forward through productive output and innovation.
There are many reasons to cheer for all those committed to gender equality in 75 years of independence.Women empowerment at every sphere of life is reflected through there participation in education, employment, sex ratio etc.
The monsoon session of Parliament which ended recently was a disappointment in several ways. This was the fourth straight session that ended ahead of the original schedule — other than the cancelled winter 2020 session.
The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has released a report titled “Impact of Exemption under Article 15 (5) with regards to Article 21A of the Constitution of India on Education of Children in Minority Communities”.