Article-Over 33 lakh children in India malnourished, 17.7 lakh of them severely malnourished: Govt data

Over 33 lakh children in India malnourished, 17.7 lakh of them severely malnourished: Govt data   Over 33 lakh children in India are malnourished and more than half of them fall in the severely malnourished category with Maharashtra, Bihar and Gujarat topping the list, the WCD ministry has said. Prompting concern that the Covid pandemic could exacerbate the health and nutrition … Read more

State of the Education Report for India-2021

On the occasion of World Teacher’s Day, “United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)” released its “State of the Education Report (SOER)-2021 for India: No Teachers, No Class”, on October 5, 2021.   This report is the annual flagship publication of UNESCO New Delhi. Report is prepared on the basis of extensive research.   This … Read more

Tiger deaths in 2021 could be highest in a decade

The country has recorded 99 tiger deaths in just the first nine months of 2021, sparking concerns among conservationists that the big cat death toll this year may be the highest in a decade. According to data from the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), 99 tiger deaths were recorded due to poaching, accidents and natural … Read more

Quarterly Employment Survey: Rise in Gender neutral Employment

Most women in managerial posts in Northeast, AP & Punjab   The north-eastern states generally have the highest ratio of female workers in managerial positions, with Meghalaya topping the chart with 34.1%, followed by Sikkim and Mizoram, according to the annual bulletin of the Periodic Labour Force Survey (PLFS). Andhra Pradesh (32.3%) and Punjab (32.1%) also are among the states … Read more

Impact of Covid on study abroad

Pandemic foils abroad education plan: 56% drop in student visas issued in 2020   The Covid-19 pandemic foiled the ambitious plans of lakhs of Indians who were ready to fly out for an international education. In 2020, merely 2.6 lakh students were issued visas to migrate for studying abroad, in contrast to a whopping 5.9 … Read more

Govt sets up GoM to review GST slabs, rates, exemptions

The finance ministry has set up a group of ministers (GoM) that will review the current slabs, including a merger, and also suggest measures to expand the base after examining goods and services that are currently under the exempted category. The seven-member panel, which will be chaired by Karnataka chief minister Basavaraj Bommai, has been asked to suggest … Read more


Emergence of Australia-U.K.-U.S. grouping could overshadow Quad’s geo-strategic aspects   Prime Minister Narendra Modi attending the first-ever in-person summit of the four leaders of the Quadrilateral Framework (Quad) in the Indo-Pacific on Friday in Washington, in many ways, is the highlight of his visit to the U.S., where he will also address the United Nations … Read more

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