#Metoo : A New Trend In The Indian Feminist Movement
The ‘Me Too’ movement (or #MeToo movement) is a movement against sexual harassment, which has lately gathered momentum in India.
Organic Farming: A Way To Combat Soil Pollution
Problems of using chemical fertilisersThe Green Revolution in India led to an increase in food grain production. The introduction of High Yielding Variety (HYV) of seeds and the enhanced quality of fertilisers augmented agricultural production.
Non-state Actors Have A Role To Play In Waste Management
India generates around 62 million metric tonnes of waste every year.
Macneill Engineering Diversifying Into Polypropylene Bags
Pradip Churiwal, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Macneill Engineering Ltd. (MEL), the 65 crore Kolkata-based company in manufacturing and rendering services in the materials handling equipment sector, outlined his company’s future in a detailed interview with BE’s Kingshuk Banerjee.
Industrial Production Linked To Pollution
Industrial pollution poses a serious problem for our planet and the threat is particularly imminent for rapidly industrialising developing nations such as India and China.
High Pollution Level A Health Hazard In India
Post-Diwali burning of fire-crackers, Indian cities are facing severe deterioration in air quality.
Firecracker Industry Showing Signs Of Revival
Historically, fireworks and pyrotechnic shows existed as a form of royal entertainment in India.
CPCB To Control Environmental Pollution
Pollution control measures in India were initiated in 1853 through the Shore Nuisance (Bombay and Kolaba) Act of 1853.
Trade War, Rupee Depreciation, And The India Economy
The trade war, rising rupee exchange rate, rising current account deficit, and the like have been major topics of concern for Indian economy watchers.
Technology Streamlines Recruitment Process In India
In today’s global economy, various multi-national companies (MNCs) are stepping into different countries in search of new marketing avenues and opportunities.
Rabindrasangeet Stands The Test Of Time
There can be no comparison between a Rose and a Lily, or Jasmine and Orchids; but one should always adhere to a comparative study of their fields of choice. Through sadness and the benevolence of happiness. Samir Bhattacharya spelled out his well opinions to BE's corespondent Kaushik Chattapadhyay .
Online Mobile Phone Sale Boom During Festive Season
In this era of lucrative discounts and easy buying processes, Dhanteras is no more limited to jewellery or utensil purchases.
Harmful Effects Of Fish Pedicure
Maneka Sanjay Gandhi, Minister, Women & Child Welfare, GoI
Online Market During Dhanteras
With the festive season approaching in India, e-commerce platforms have initiated their own festive sales as well.
Joblessness Continues, 77% Families Have No Regular Wage Earner
Satyajit Ray’s famous Bengali film, Seemabaddha (1971), opens with the dialogue that translates to, “One of the major problems in Bengal is unemployment.”
Cyber Shikshaa To Strengthen Cyber Security And Generate Employment
Microsoft India, the National Association for Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), and the Indian government have jointly launched a three-year programme to train 1000 women engineering graduates in cyber security.
Come Dhanteras; India's Idle Assets In Gold Rise
According to the latest report of the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) on ‘Household Consumption of Various Goods and Services in India’; gold seems to be the most sought after durable item for Indian households and it is clearly perceived as the safer bet even compared to real estates.
We are confused. So long we have been blaming the media for misleading us with false or ‘fake’ news.
“We Design, Develop And Manufacture Indigenously” – Amandeep Singh, Head-Defence, Ashok Leyland
On August 24, 2018, Ashok Leyland, the flagship company of the Hinduja Group and the largest supplier of wheeled military vehicles to the Indian army, announced that they had won a tender in the Tracked Vehicle space, for developmental work.
‘Make In India' In Defence
Self-reliance in the defence sector has been a long cherished goal of the Indian policymakers.
The Purpose Of Religion Is Spirituality. It Is For Assimilation, Not For Destruction
Dr. Hari Prasad Kanoria at the International Conference on Spiritual-Based Management organised on October 12-13, 2018 in Athens, Greece.
Nobel 2018 In Economics Goes To Growth And Climate Change Theorists
The Sveriges Riskbank Prize in Economics also known as the Nobel Prize in Economics of 2018 has been awarded to two American economists, William D Nordhaus of Yale University, New Haven and Paul M Romer of NYU Stern School of Business, New York.
It Is Essential That Designers For Defence Products Function Closely With The End Users
Vice Admiral Bimalendu Guha retired from the Indian Navy in 1995 as the Flag Officer, Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Naval Command. He had also been the Controller of Warship Production and Acquisition. He is presently engaged as an independent maritime consultant. Guha spoke to BE's Ellora De regarding the different implications of the Make in India policy in the defence sector.
Indigenous Defence: An Overview
Indias armed forces, the third largest in the world, have the eighth largest defence budget. Indigenously developed weapons have contributed to the country's arsenal.
Iffs & Buts Involve In Defence Productions
India reportedly has signed very recently an USD 5 billion deal to purchase the S-400 air defence system from Russia. A Russian news agency TASS has confirmed that the deal was signed. India is one of the biggest importers of defence items of the world.
Five Major Defence Deals In India
Rao Inderjit Singh, Minister of State for Defence, recently said that 62 contracts had been signed for the Indian Navy, 79 for the Indian Army, and 41 for the Indian Air Force. The different defence equipment in the contracts included missiles, rockets, ships, tanks, aircrafts, and guns.
Bengal Chemicals: On The Way To Mini Ratna
Bengal Chemicals has started dreaming big. Riding on its recent successful turnaround after nearly seven decades of loss, the century-old pharmaceutical company is aiming for Mini Ratna status in the next 5 years.
BCC Organises National Seminar On Defence Production
The Bharat Chamber of Commerce (BCC) recently organised a national seminar and exhibition on Defence Production: Public-Private Partnership Focus Eastern India, in partnership with the Department of Defence Production, Ministry of Defence, Government of India in the Westin Hotel, Kolkata.
Regulating A Wayward Industry – Real Estate
Ayear after the Real Estate Regulation and DevelopmentAct, 2016 (RERA) came into effect, 20 out of the 28 states (the Act is not applicable in J & K) have implemented the rules or framed their own laws to carry out the mandate.
The Affordable Segment Experiencing Growth
India is witnessing significant waves of inward urban migration in recent years.