New US rules for international students: The failed promise of visas, mobility and university education
Despite this being an election year, the 'core' liberal ideas of American constitutional democracy have lost the discursive and mobilisational power they once commanded
The HRD Ministry on Thursday said the Prime Minister Research Fellowship scheme will be implemented from the coming academic session, under which 1,000 meritorious BTech students will get monthly scholarships of Rs 70,000 and a one-time research grant of Rs 2 lakh
Union Science and Tech Minister Harsh Vardhan claims three years of his ministry better than last thirty
Harsh Vardhan said more than 1,000 scientists have returned to India recently because the situation of science and technology has improved drastically.
Detailing his support for Donald Trump, Mukesh Ambani on said it is time for a reverse brain drain to happen.
The following is the first in a three-part series on research in India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi lauded the Indian diaspora all the world as he addressed people at the 14th Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas 2017 in Bengaluru.
Banking sector top salaries explain why the government bureaucrats are not really happy about the Seventh Pay Commission implementation
The departure of Raghuram Rajan from the Reserve Bank of India, and eventually from the country as well, is arguably the most telling irony of our times
In a bid to prevent brain drain, the government has embarked upon a scheme to fund pure science scholars, who have completed their PhDs, to enable them continue their post-doctoral research in India. According to Ashutosh Sharma, Secretary, Department of Science and Technology, the scholars would be paid Rs 50,000 per month for the period of three years and would also be given a basic grant of Rs 7 lakhs per year for conducting research.
The PM spoke on what his government had done since coming to power, he took a jibe at the Congress, spoke about India's future and terrorism. Here are the highlights of his speech.
President Pranab Mukherjee in Kolkata lamented the brain drain of Indian scholars and called for a "serious scrutiny" to counter this avoidable trend.