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A Good Leader Is Not Being Delegated But Empowering Others, says Sunil Gupta

Delegation and Empowerment are very different where delegation is aligning them to do your job and empowering is aligning them to do their jobs

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Digitization Is A Delight For OTT Platforms -A boon in disguise -Author Sandeep Goyal

OTT platforms have become an important part of the combination of the physical and digital product.

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Farmers Refuse Lunch At Meeting With Government At Vigyan Bhawan

The farmers are protesting against The Farmers' Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020, and The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020.

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In Next 20-30 Yrs, AC Demands In India Will Be More Than The Entire Power Consumption In Europe Right Now

The energy transition does happen in days and months slowly but in a decade rapidly and when it crosses the Laxman Rekha it leads to temperature rise in sea level with an increase in more of carbon emission into the atmosphere.

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Data Which Became A Local Exhaust Is Now A Global Fuel

The place where data plays a significant role in the digitally connected global consumers.

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Japan May Ban Sale Of New Gasoline-Powered Vehicles In Mid-2030s

Japan's industry ministry is considering requiring all new vehicles to be electric, including hybrid vehicles, NHK reported earlier, adding the ministry would finalise a formal target following expert-panel debates as early as the year-end.

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India Resumes Talks With Protesting Farmers Over Agriculture Reforms

India's vast farm sector makes up nearly 15% of the country's $2.9 trillion economy and employs around half of its 1.3 billion people.

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Protecting Soil Erosion Is The Way To Food-Secure Future

The data collated by the National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use Planning in 2004 illustrated that out of the reporting area with 264.5 million hectare used for agriculture, forestry, pasture and other biomass production, more than 145 million hectare is degraded.2 Soil helps in filtering the underground water underground.

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Commemorating the inclusion of ‘Specially-Abled’

This World Disability Day, let’s join hands and pledge to celebrate the inclusivity of specially-abled at all levels.

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India Resumes Talks With Protesting Farmers Over Agriculture Reforms

The farmers, who form a powerful political constituency, fear the laws passed in September could pave the way for the government to stop buying grains at guaranteed prices, leaving them at the mercy of private buyers.

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Govt Orders Wikipedia To Remove Link Showing Incorrect Map Of India

The Ministry of Electronics and IT has issued an order under Section 69A of the IT Act, 2000 directing Wikipedia to remove the link

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Adityanath Woos Industrialists, Promises 'Security, Respect And Conducing Atmosphere' In UP

He said the state's vast population is a huge resource as well as a big market for businesses.

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Multiple Steps Taken To Fast-track Highway Projects; Target To Build Roads Worth Rs 25 L cr: Gadkari

Road construction industry has a high potential to revive the economy because liquidity is basically the most important problem. Because of COVID-19, whole world is facing the crucial problem.

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Exports Dip 9% In Nov; Trade Deficit Narrows To $9.96 Billion: Govt data

Imports also slipped 13.33 per cent to $33.39 billion in the month under review.

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Potato Price Set To Ease Below Rs 40 In A Few Days

The wholesale rates of different varieties at the cold storage gate has dipped by Rs 5 per kg in the last three days and is likely to come down further to around Rs 28.

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