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India has overtaken China as world's most populous nation, claims Chinese academic

Contrary to popular belief, Chinese academic Yi Fuxian recently claimed that India is the world’s most populous country with a population of about 1.32 billion and has overtaken China. According to a report by The Guardian, Yi believes that Chinese statisticians have overestimated the country’s population by about 90 million. “China’s real population may have been about 1.29 billion last year, which is around 90 million fewer people than the […]

Mumbai Indians has the last laugh

Poised on the precipice, Mumbai Indians, powered by Mitchell Johnson’s stupendous bowling (three for 26) at the death, sneaked home to its third title in the Indian Premier League at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on Sunday night. Rising Pune Supergiant, shepherded by skipper Steve Smith’s masterly 51, requiring 11 off the last over, fell a run short in what could be its last hurrah, unless the championship is expanded […]

Indian woman Anshu Jamsenpa tops Everest twice in week, breaks world record

Indian climber, Anshu Jamsenpa on Sunday reached the summit of Mount Everest for the second time in less than a week, her expedition team said, setting a women’s record for a double ascent of the world’s highest mountain in a single season. Jamsenpa, 37, returned from the 8,848-metre (29,028-feet) peak on 16 May, before turning around after a short rest to repeat the feat. “Anshu reached the summit of Everest […]

Do We Still Believe That Only Women Can Be Sexually Harassed? Think Again!

It all started on 26 November, 2015, with one tweet. The 140 character feed on Twitter has since grown into a story that gives stalking and harassment a whole new perspective. For over two years, Vijay Nair, CEO of Only Much Louder (OML) has been subject to cyber stalking and harassment. So what, you may ask. The twist in the tale is that it was a woman who stalked him. […]

30-day countdown: Cracking the UPSC Prelims 2017

With barely 30 days to go for the UPSC civil Service Exam Prelims, these are anxious times for UPSC Civil services aspirants. What to read, what to revise, and how to maximise your marks are probably the questions running in your minds. He re are few tips to increase your chances of clearing the UPSC Civil Service Exam Prelims 2017. Focus on simplify, streamline, succeed Stick to the core topics: […]

Every Indian Employee Needs to Be Aware of These Important Labour Laws

With the largest youth population, according to the United Nations, India stands at a point where the dream of becoming a super economy is no longer a utopia but a sweet possibility. A major obstacle which stands between our dear Prime Minister’s ambitious projects and reality is labour laws. With mixed viewpoints, labour laws and reforms have always been a topic of controversy. In such a scenario, it becomes imperative […]

 
 
 

After ‘Mauka Mauka’ advertisement comes ‘Sabse Bada Moh’ as India take on Pakistan in Champions Trophy, watch video

Just as we are heading towards the start of the ICC Champions Trophy, the official broadcasters of the tournament Star Sports have launched a new advertisement that focuses on the India-Pakistan encounter. The arch rivals India and Pakistan will lock horns with each other on June 4 in Edgbaston. The TVC is titled #SabseBadaMoh”. This TVC builds on the successful films – ‘World Cup wali feeling’, ‘Har Koi Dekhega’ and […]

Things to do before signing up for junior college admissions

So you have appeared for the Class 10 exams and your results have been declared, what do you do next? The junior college admissions are going to take a while, but you can go to your school and collect the online admission book and start practicing how to go about it. This will ensure that you do not make any mistakes while actually filling the form. Then wait for the […]

Should India's skilled workers worry about new US visa policies?

In his latest border-closing move, US President Donald Trump issued an April 18 executive order to review the H1-B visa program, which enables educated migrants with specific skills to work temporarily in the US.  Silicon Valley was critical of Trump’s move, saying that there is a shortage of qualified Americans working in the industry. US companies, especially those in the technology sector, often employ H1-B visa holders to fill positions […]

Mother’s Day: A survey finds that 35% working moms don’t want second child

As many as 35% working mothers in urban India avoid having a second child, a survey said on Friday, highlighting the need to devote more time and energy in taking care of parents and raising kids and increasing expenditure as key reasons. “Considering the stresses of modern marriage, job pressures and cost of raising children are key reasons why many mothers want to stop after their first child and decide […]