Problems Faced in the Progress of Education in India

The economic growth of the country not only depends on natural resources, technology and capital but mainly on the quantity and quality of manpower. By quality of manpower, we mean the efficiency and productivity of work force. The efficiency of the manpower depends on many important factors like health and nutrition, education and training, housing…

Economy, Growth and History of Coffee

Coffee is a popular beverage and an important commodity. Tens of millions of small producers in developing countries make their living growing coffee. Over 2.25 billion cups of coffee are consumed in the world every day. Over 90% of coffee production takes place in developing countries – mostly South America, while consumption happens mainly in…

OUR FAVORITE AUTHENTIC INDIAN RECIPES

The delicious food at your local Indian restaurant represent only a tiny portion of the country’s rich culinary tradition. From fiery stews to cooling yogurt drinks, we’ve collected some of our favorite authentic Indian recipes. As a Hindu-majority country, India has a long history of vegetarian cooking. Rice, lentils, and greens are the staple foods…

Trade off: China soybean imports set for biggest drop in 12 years amid tariff conflict “Buyers are not willing to take chances by bringing in U.S. beans,” said one soybean trader.

China’s soybean imports are set to drop by a quarter in the last three months of 2018, their biggest fall in at least 12 years as buyers curb purchases amid a trade war with President Donald Trump and high domestic stockpiles. Soybeans, crushed to make protein-rich animal feed ingredients and vegetable oils, have been at…

Here’s What The Ancient Practice Of Sprinkling Water Around Food Meant!

Highlights Our ancestors have left us with a trove of traditional practises One of these practises includes sprinkling water around the plate This practise is still prevalent in southern and northern India Our ancestors have left us with a trove of traditional practises that became an integral part of the Indian culture and were also…

Facebook Comes Up With “War Room” To Fight Misinformation

The freshly launched unit at Facebook’s Menlo Park in California in the nerve center for the fight against misinformation of the largest social network. Menlo Park: In Facebook’s “War Room,” a nondescript space adorned with American and Brazilian flags, a team of 20 people monitors computer screens for signs of suspicious activity. The freshly launched…