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Job share of minorities in govt depts less than share in population
Tue, Mar 03 2015. 07 18 PM

Job share of minorities in govt depts less than share in population

Minister says low literacy levels and lack of requisite knowledge are reasons why this is so
Rohtak: No place for women
Sat, Feb 28 2015. 12 19 AM

Rohtak: No place for women

Beneath its progress is a deeply entrenched, virulent patriarchy that won’t let its women live without fear
Nasscom Foundation launches digital literacy drive
Mon, Feb 23 2015. 11 43 PM

Nasscom Foundation launches digital literacy drive

Not-for-profit arm of software lobby Nasscom partners over 200 companies and not-for-profit organizations for the programme
IT firms’ CSR spend may triple in 2 years
Mon, Feb 16 2015. 02 24 PM

IT firms’ CSR spend may triple in 2 years

Sector currently spends about Rs.2,500  crore towards CSR; likely to increase to Rs.8,000 crore, says Nasscom Foundation
Why West Bengal is like Canada, and Bihar like Swaziland
Thu, Dec 25 2014. 03 37 PM

Why West Bengal is like Canada, and Bihar like Swaziland

Fertility rates vary dramatically across the country
India’s birth rate shrinks: study
Tue, Dec 23 2014. 10 37 PM

India’s birth rate shrinks: study

Total fertility rate fell to 2.3 last year from 3.6 in 1991, according to official figures
Trash-filled classrooms have Pakistanis racing to private school
Tue, Dec 09 2014. 11 02 AM

Trash-filled classrooms have Pakistanis racing to private school

One in three students now attends a privately run school as a failing public system produces one of the world’s highest truancy rates
Spatial poverty in Uttarakhand
Mon, Dec 08 2014. 12 54 AM

Spatial poverty in Uttarakhand

The relatively fewer poor spread across hard-to-reach locations, provides a tough target for the state government
The link between schools and peace
Fri, Dec 05 2014. 01 16 PM

The link between schools and peace

The appetite for educating the girl child remains inherently limited, because her natal family undertakes all the sacrifice and gets no commensurate gain
Intel India launches digital skills programme
Tue, Dec 02 2014. 04 05 PM

Intel India launches digital skills programme

The firm aims to make 5 million Indians digitally literate by the end of 2015

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