Arora said amid Covid-19, the poll commission norms have to be reviewed to ensure social distancing measures are maintained in the state with 72.9 million electors.
Canadian stocks cratered on Monday, amid a wider global selloff as fears over renewed pandemic lockdowns in Europe joined with uncertainties over further U.S stimulus and a deeply contested election marked by the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Read More
India mulls on supplying onions to its neighboursIndia and Bangladesh are due to review the entire gamut of ties at a meeting between their foreign ministers later this month, from connectivity initiatives to security partnership to joint celebrations of Mujibur Rehman’s birth centenary and energy pipeline to defence partnership.
Making vaccine is hard. So is shipping at Arctic tempA number of the leading COVID-19 vaccines under development will need to be kept at temperatures as low as minus 80 degrees Celsius (minus 112 degrees Fahrenheit) from the moment they are bottled to the time they are ready to be injected into patients’ arms. That will not be easy.
The chair of the Alberta Investment Management Corporation is calling on the federal government to transition its spending away from social programs and into efficient economic stimulus that can directly steer the country towards growth in order to begin the economic rehabilitation from COVID-19. Read More
In the last few years, SMB IT spending grew slowly while the scope of IT operations expanded rapidly. In 2017, SMBs spent $574 billion on IT. IDC projects IT spending will reach $684 billion by next year, an increase of less than 20 percent in four years. Over the same period, the push to ever […]
In the last few years, SMB IT spending grew slowly while the scope of IT operations expanded rapidly. In 2017, SMBs spent $574 billion on IT. IDC projects IT spending will reach $684 billion by next year, an increase of less than 20 percent in four years. Over the same period, the push to ever greater digitization accelerated. Businesses expect IT professionals to do more with less, fostering a need for increased cost-efficiency.
Centre red flags dropout rate in Bihar schoolsThe PAB noted that the retention rate is low at secondary level at 40.18 %, the dropout rate at secondary level is more than 25% in as many as nine aspirational district and exceeds 35% in Muzaffurpur, Katihar and Khagaria districts.