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The IT Industry in India -Will it create more jobs in the future?

When the growth of internet was taking quantum leaps in the 1990s, nobody thought that a developing nation like India would cash in so much on the web boom and build a massive industry around it employing more than 10 million people. Yet surpassing expectations India did it. The Indian IT industry today made revenues of about $160 Billion in the year 2017 alone and manages to contribute 7.7% in India’s massive GDP. 

Banks Merger in India: Is it good for Indian Economy?

Updated on April 02, 2020

 

The largest ever merger in the public sector banking space in India has taken place on Wednesday April 1, 2020  when six Public Sector Banks were merged into four large banks in a bid to make them globally competitive. Customers, including depositors of the merging banks, will now be treated as customers of the banks in which they have merged.

 

Space Research Projects: Is it Waste of Money?

With the landing of ‘Vikram’ & ‘Pragyan’ from Chandrayaan-2 on the unexplored surface of Moon on September 6, 2019, India’s space mission has got another major boost in achieving high standards in space research and joining the well accomplished countries exploring space. A successful landing makes India the fourth country to achieve a soft landing on the Moon after the space agencies of the USA, USSR and China achieved this feat.

Nirbhaya Gang Rape: Death penalties for perpetrators of crime against women. Will it reduce crime?

(Updated on March 20, 2020)

 

After more than 7 years of committing the heinous crime, the convicts of Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case - Akshay Thakur, Pawan Gupta, Vinay Sharma, and Mukesh Singh - were hanged at 5:30am in Tihar jail on March 20, 2020. The hanging was carried out as per the schedule after a three-judge Supreme Court bench rejected the final plea by the convicts' lawyer AP Singh to stay their execution in a late-night hearing.

 

Travelling: Helps in Generating Ideas and Experiential Learning

‘The more you travel, the more learned you are’ – this old saying has proved its substance whenever tested with time and people since beginning. The travelling not only helps one to gain knowledge, generate ideas and earn experiential learning, it helps the mankind tremendously in reaching out to unexplored destinations, expanding business arena, learn cross country culture and civilizations. 

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