Traditional Archive

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

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

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

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

Traditional food back on menu in Odisha homes

KENDRAPARA: As people settle into a new lifestyle caused by the coronavirus outbreak, their eating habits have undergone a change for the better. In Kendrapara district, the lockdown has resulted in people going back to homemade healthy dishes in absence of junk food sold

Try traditional dishes for Ugadi

Ugadi is just a couple of days away. It’s also a time to spend with family and gorge on some traditional home-made delicacies. Ugadi marks the beginning of Chaitra, the first month, in the Hindu Lunar calendar. The spirit of the festival is to

Traditional touch

Malaika Arora, who is seen as one of the judges on dance reality show, India’s Best Dancer, was touched by a sweet gesture by one of the contestants. The actress received a beautiful Paithani saree from the contestant Rutuja. She immediately put it around

Groups launch coalition to defend traditional industries

Organizers of Pittsburgh Works Together spoke to a crowd at the city’s Heinz History Center about the necessity of construction, manufacturing and building trades in the region. PITTSBURGH — A coalition of labor, business and civic leaders on Thursday launched an organization to advocate

MP Farmer’s Initiatives for Traditional, Organic Farming Gets Him Praises from Ex-cricketer VVS Laxman

Satna: A farmer’s dedication towards conserving over a hundred varieties of rice and promoting organic farming in his village in Madhya Pradesh’s Satna has got him praises from former cricketer VVS Laxman. Babulal Dahiya, 76, a retired postmaster from Pithaurabad village in Satna has dedicated

Could micro-credentials compete with traditional degrees?

In 2011, Scott Young took on a challenge that perplexed many of his peers. He would attempt to complete an MIT computer science degree without enrolling in the elite Boston-based university, using free materials that MIT posted online. Young built a curriculum using recorded classes, did the