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What has introduced India’s farmers to the streets?

Soutik BiswasIndia correspondentPublishedduration1 day agoimage copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionTens of thousands of farmer are protesting against new market-friendly lawsJust like the big fish eat small fish, big businesses will eat us up now, says Rakesh Vyas, a farmer camping outside India's capital, Delhi.Tens of thousands of farmers like Mr Vyas from the neighbouring states of Punjab…

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70% of India’s most cancers sufferers could not entry care throughout lockdown, consultants say

B Borooah Cancer Institute in Guwahati was shut in May after the granddaughter of a healthcare worker died of Covid-19 | ANI File Photo Text Size: New Delhi: Nearly 70 per cent of India’s cancer patients could not access life-saving treatment because of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to estimates reported by scientists, including those from…

Zerodha – India’s largest inventory dealer invests in ERPNext – A FOSS alt. to SAP

I am happy to announce Rainmatter’s investment in ERPNext, the biggest Free and Open Source (FOSS) project out of India, and the biggest FOSS ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system in the world. While it is uncharacteristic of me to speak of a financial investment, I am personally excited about this for multiple reasons. ERPNext is…

India’s WhiteHat Jr is startup hell

Shaarif Ansari got the call on 11 November at around 9 in the morning. On the phone was a police officer from Powai police station, in the suburbs of Mumbai. “Ansari please come to the police station,” said the officer. “We have received a complaint from your employer WhiteHat Jr. The company officials are here…

Code of Govt of India’s- Arogya Setu App in Struggle Towards Covid-19

Aarogya Setu Backend Project privacy set to public. By default, its content is available to everyone (authenticated or not). Please note that more restrictive permissions might exist on some items.

India’s feminist motion has its roots in an open letter from 40 years in the past

In late 1979, a Delhi-based magazine called Probe India ran an open letter written by four law professors objecting to the decision of the Supreme Court in Tukaram vs State of Maharashtra. The matter was widely known as the Mathura case, after the minor Adivasi girl who complained that she had been raped by two…

India’s WhiteHat Jr Is Startup Hell

Shaarif Ansari got the call on 11 November at around 9 in the morning. On the phone was a police officer from Powai police station, in the suburbs of Mumbai. “Ansari please come to the police station,” said the officer. “We have received a complaint from your employer WhiteHat Jr. The company officials are here…

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