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Panjab University country’s third best traditional institute

Chandigarh: Though Panjab University (PU) slipped to the 149th rank from the last year’s 136th, the university saw an improvement in overall points as per the Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings 2020 today. The PU improved its overall points tally to remain the

Organic gardening benefits physical and mental health as well as environment

In this time of the COVID-19 pandemic the role of a healthier diet is one component that can impact our overall health status. The role that increasing our consumption of so-called “comfort” foods may play during these unprecedented times is understandable but not a

Covid-19: Data security is keeping IT pros awake at night

Data security is creating fear and trust issues for IT professionals, according to the third-annual Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report 2020. The study of 750 cybersecurity and IT professionals across the globe found that a patchwork approach to data security, misconfigured services and

Darbha valley attack: AK-47 looted from Congress leader Mahendra Karma’s security officer recovered

An AK-47 assault rifle looted from late Congress leader Mahendra Karma’s personal bodyguard during a Maoist attack in 2013 was recovered from Rajandgaon district on May 8, police said on Friday. Karma and 26 others, including 12 Congress leaders and workers and eight policemen,

Traditional shoes reclaim market share on Eid

BHAKKAR: Instead of expensive branded shoes, most people here preferred to wear traditional footwear produced in Bhakkar on Eid. Dr Tariq Mustafa said he had come here from Faisalabad to buy the traditional chappals for his children because he wanted his family to celebrate the

Rocket hits near US embassy in Baghdad: Security sources

One rocket hit near the US embassy in Baghdad early Tuesday morning, security sources told AFP, the first to land in the high-security zone in weeks. The blast could be heard across the Iraqi capital and triggered security sirens at the US embassy compound

Coronavirus Casts Confusion Over Traditional Car Selling Seasons

Call it the season of the twitch. If there’s one thing as constant in the spring as March Madness, April rain and Memorial Day sales, it’s the start of the prime auto selling season. But one of the many consequences of the coronavirus pandemic

‘Be vocal for local’ – PM Modi urges India to buy local products with pride

In his address to the nation on Tuesday, PM Narendra Modi made a big appeal to the citizens of the country. Bringing a new slogan – ‘Vocal for local’ – PM urged people of India to increasingly purchase local products. The PM urged people

Indoor Lighting Management Market 2020: Covid 19 Analysis, Regional Outlook, Business Size, Share, Industry Growth, Current Trends and Regional Analysis with Forecast till 2023

May 11, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) — In its research report, Market Research Future (MRFR), emphasizes that the global market 2020 is poised to grow exponentially, securing a substantial market valuation of USD 17 Billion by 2023, and a healthy 19% CAGR over the review period.

Traditional learning will always have a place in our classrooms

The outbreak of COVID-19 has forced innovation across all the sectors and education is no exception to this. Breaking the classroom barriers schools have launched live / virtual classroom; like most cases there has been some mixed response from students and parents in this