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India Faces its Biggest Threat: Looming Water Crisis

Large parts of Gujarat, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh are already ranked as over-withdrawal areas, where the demand on water exceeds 100% of the water that is available.

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Cognizant May Lay Off 10K Employees: Is the IT Bubble Bursting?

Cognizant has roughly 2,60,200 employees across the world, of whom 1,88,000 or around 72% are based in India.

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Is Banning EVM the solution? Should India Follow The West?

It is accentuated by the recent news from many western nations doubting the integrity of Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) and bringing back the 'old-fashioned ballot system'.

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Five Ways in which AAP is Disrupting India’s Political Scenario

From choice of candidates to choice of venue to outreach—everything is a disruption

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Credit Guarantee Scheme of Rs. 5 Crore Likely for Startups After Cabinet Nod

If Startups meet the criteria defined for them by the department to access any benefit announced in the Startup India Action Plan last year, including loans under the credit guarantee scheme, they would be able to avail this credit scheme too.

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Gear Up for the LAUNCH Festival 2017 in San Francisco

Specific Categories such as Water, Drones, Robotics, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality, Food Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality will be showcased and discussed.

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GDP says it All - Who Bore the Brunt of Demonetization?

It in effect means only 10 percent of India’s population controls all resources. So much for Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas

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Reliance Jio, Paytm Apologizes For PM Pic Faux Pas

Even big companies make mistakes. Reliance Jio and Paytm have apologised for their "inadvertent mistake" in using PM Modi's photograph in their advertisements without permission, the government on Friday informed Parliament

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Maternity Effect: Will Startups Use 'Pregnancy Clause' in Work Contracts?

For the early-stage startups this would be very difficult to follow or adhere to this Act as the startups are usually low on cash flow and the finances are slow to come in. They might not hire married women or those who would want to bear children soon.

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Coke & Pepsi Fizzing Out In India; Sri Lanka to Grab the Opportunity

Coca-Cola has expressed their interest in setting up a production hub in Sri Lanka and export to India.

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