US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry will travel to India from September 12-14 in a bid to engage with Indian counterparts to address the climate crisis.
Audrey Truschke, an Associate Professor at the Rutgers University in the US, has been in the headlines for the past few days.
The Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur (IIT-J) has launched the Thar Desert Ecosystem Sciences Guided by Nature and Selection (DESIGNS), an initiative to conserve and restore the Thar desert, its minerals and medicines, and its flora and fauna by carrying out ecosystem phenomics through the transdisciplinary framework of medical, engineering, environmental and life sciences.
Author and Chairperson of Infosys Foundation, Sudha Murthy feels that the virtual classes being held by schools owing to the pandemic need an overhaul in order to make them more interesting, and children more receptive.
The Chief Justice of India, N.V. Ramana, said on Saturday that the legal profession is yet to welcome women into its fold, and emphasized that very few women find representation at the top and even if they do, they still continue to face an uphill task.
An Indian American advocacy group is keen on spreading awareness on the raising ‘Hinduphobia’, that has been scaring the community across the world. One of the main perpetrators of this new fear is the popularity of Narendra Modi-led BJP party, which has been force-feeding the idea of Hinduism.
When the US finally quit Afghanistan for good, it was a known fact that it wouldn’t be a smooth or even an amicable handover. The evacuation was always going to be filled with conflicts and confusion.