News  /  Published 11.04.22

Women associated with happiness, men with anger: University of Essex study

Faces and voices are likely to be perceived as masculine when they are angry, and as feminine when they are happy, the University of Essex research reveals ...
By Our Correspondent

News  /  Published 07.04.22

IIM releases report on 58th Business Inflation Expectations Survey

The BIES February 2022 report examines the slack in economy based on a business leaders’ poll...
By Our Correspondent

Lifestyle  /  Published 28.03.22

The story of a ninth-century Buddhist ‘vihara’ in Malda

As of February 2022, restoration work is underway at the site, including the construction of two on-site museums that will house some of the artefacts found here. Witnessing the layer of lime and bric...
By Rangan Datta

India  /  Published 25.03.22

TB survey finds India far from target

India’s first tuberculosis survey in 60 years has revealed a prevalence rate of 312 per 100,000 population, significantly higher than its TB elimination programme’s milestone target of 170...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

News  /  Published 12.03.22

Bengali version of population book busts Muslim growth myth

Between 1951 and 2011 Census, a net increase in the Muslim population in India was 13.6 crore. That of Hindus was 67.6 crore The fertility rate, the number of children a woman would have in her lif...
By Debraj Mitra in Kolkata


India  /  Published 10.03.22

CBI case against ASI on Taj maintenance ‘fraud’

The CBI has registered a case of large-scale corruption in maintenance of archaeological gardens at historical sites in Uttar Pradesh such as the Taj Mahal and The Residency allegedly by Archaeologica...
By PTI in New Delhi

News  /  Published 03.03.22

67% girls in urban slums didn't attend online classes during 1st lockdown: Report

The study also showed that job losses and reduced household incomes due to the pandemic have increased the likelihood of child marriages ...

Opinion  /  Published 28.02.22

Hungry land

Many people are going hungry. That is what the Hunger Watch Survey II, conducted in December 2021 and January 2022 by the non-governmental organization, Right to Food Campaign, found when studying the...
By The Editorial Board

News  /  Published 25.02.22

Indian Botanic Garden opens after prolonged shutdown

They were part of a team that undertook a community participation project for the regeneration of the garden, undertaken by the Botanical Survey of India, Asia Scotland Trust and Edinburgh University....
By Anasuya Basu in Howrah

India  /  Published 24.02.22

60% homes in food crisis: Study

Economist Sunil Ray, former director of the A.N. Sinha Institute in Patna, attributed the findings to the decline in jobs and income. “If people have income and money, they will spend on food a...
By Basant Kumar Mohanty in New Delhi


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