Srinagar makes it to UNESCO’s creative cities network

From India, Srinagar joins Chennai and Varanasi (both UNESCO cities of music), Jaipur (crafts and folk arts), Mumbai (film).

Incorp India invests $10 million in legaltech platform Vakilsearch

InCorp India, the Indian arm of Singapore-headquartered InCorp Global invests $10 million in the legaltech platform Vakilsearch.

India lost 87 billion USD due to natural disasters last year: WMO

Acccording to the report released by World Meteorological Organization (WMO), India has lost 87 billion U.S. dollars last year due to natural disasters such as tropical cyclones, floods and droughts.

Solar Diyas: Are they really green?

Rows of lamps are lit inside and outside homes and buildings on the occasion of Diwali. Diyas are traditionally used for this purpose. Solar Diya are emerging and claimed to be more eco-friendly when compared to the traditional diyas.

Linkin Park – In The End – Notes & Chords

In the End - Linkin Park - Piano Notes

Global Water and Wastewater Treatment Market Size

In 2018, the global water and wastewater market was valued at 265 billion U.S. dollars. The market is forecast to be valued at 456 billion U.S. dollars by 2026.

Land Degradation: A Serious Threat to India’s Food Security and Climate Change

Nearly 30% land in India, as much as the area of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra put together, has been degraded. Read more to get insights on causes of land degradation, consequences and restoration methods.

India Retains Top Spot in Real-time Digital Payment Transactions in 2020

Ever since 2014, India has gained significant traction in digital payments. In 2020, at 25.5 bn transactions, India has retained top spot in the world in real-time payment transactions.

IIT Delhi Researchers Develop Zero-Emission Technology to Manage and Recycle E-Waste

Team of researchers led by Prof. K. K. Pant in the Catalytic Reaction Engineering Laboratory at Chemical Engineering Department, IIT Delhi has develop zero-emission technology to manage and recycle E-waste to wealth.

This Electronics Engineer Turned Farmer Is Now Helping Small Farmers with His Innovations

An extremely competent Electronics Engineer, Sanket Kedar, dropped out in the final year of college. He wanted to use his engineering expertise to solve major issues for small and marginal farmers.