Darjeeling, Sept. 12: The Tea Board of India has decided to set up 82 cells across the country with the specific task of giving expert advice to small tea growers on quality control and sustainable production.
Kolkata, Sep 12 (IANS) The UK India Business Council (UKIBC) is in talks with Mahindra and Mahindra, Hero, Mittal group of companies and Kolkata-headquartered Globsyn among others to provide skill building solutions to them by enhancing productivity of their employees.
A delegation of around 59 skills providers, led by the UKIBC, Monday visited Kolkata to explore business opportunities and find partners in West Bengal.
EducationWorld - C Fore Survey of India's Most Respected Schools 2011
The Shri Ram School, Delhi; Rishi Valley School, Chittoor and the Woodstock School, Mussoorie have been voted India's most respected Day, Boarding and International Schools respectively in the EducationWorld-C fore Schools Survey 2011. Survey conducted in 16 cities across India to rate 404 schools. EducationWorld is hosting an Awards Nite on September 17, 2011 at The Lalit, New Delhi, to felicitate the award winning schools.
KOLKATA: For West Bengal to fight with Bangladesh over sharing of Teesta water is like a man quarrelling with his friend for an terminally ill woman who is beautiful but suffering from multiple organ failure and with little chance of revival.
It's like a fight between two friends over a not-so-promising project.
- Research suggests covert action must against Lashkar
New Delhi, Sept. 11: One of the deadliest terrorist groups on the Indian subcontinent is unlikely to stop its attacks without covert operations and coercive diplomacy by New Delhi and Washington, research by an Indian-American computer scientist suggests.
‘The world is scared of this unknown entity called China that has come up. But we know them very well’
Lobsang Sangay, political successor to the Dalai Lama, was sworn Prime Minister of the Tibetan government in exile last month. In this Idea Exchange moderated by Consulting Editor C Raja Mohan, Sangay speaks about Beijing’s “hardline attitude” and autonomy for Tibet within China.
C Raja Mohan: Tell us about yourself and the challenges of leading the movement.