Lok Sabha okays bill to set up central Sanskrit varsities
Responding to the debate on the Sanskrit Central Universities Bill, 2019, HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal "Nishank" said the government wants to strengthen all Indian languages, be it Tamil, Hindi, Kannada or Bengali. He said holy scriptures written in Sanskrit are a treasure of knowledge and the government wants the next generation to study these books.
Bill to set up central Sanskrit universities introduced in Lok Sabha
The bill, moved by HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank', seeks to con...
Ekaya Banaras boss recalls when she had locked horns with IKEA over similar brand names
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Bid to spur consumption: Save less, spend more is new social security mantra
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'Dignity for Indians', 'unity for India' mantras of our Constitution: PM Modi
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Harshad Naik's fitness mantra: An hour of badminton daily, dinner before 8PM
Huntsman International India boss said that badminton enhances his productivity and overall well-being.
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Vijay Kedia’s mantra: Start the SIPs, stay away from trading and focus on Infra
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Silicon Valley is trying out a new mantra: Make a Profit
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Charging docks first, EVs later is mantra for top speed
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From cars to garments, the humble bamboo can be a pivotal part of manufacturing
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Silicon Valley’s mantra of spend big, grow fast? It’s changing.
The nascent change is being driven by the stumbles of some high-profile “unicorns” — the startups that were valued at $1 billion and above in the private markets — just as they reached the stock market.
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