The decades-long trend of rising drug prices, described by Eroom’s Law, is in part a result of regulatory inefficiencies.
The tax will depend on a number of variables, like if the creator has submitted a valid tax form, and how much he/she earn from US viewers.
At least 100 million plants, animals are internationally trafficked each year and the trade is said to be worth between USD 4-20 billion per year.
Re-envisioning the relationship between the artist and State: Facilitators, not benefactors, are need of the hour
The State as a modern patron needs to account for standard processes and procedures to be put in place for the complete welfare of the artist.
New Science, Technology & Innovation Policy 2020 pushes for decentralization, 'renewed STI ecosystem'
The Policy hopes to capture the aspirations of the nation with a decentralized, bottom-up, and inclusive approach to science, tech and innovation.
This is imperative at both the policy-making and implementation processes and is achievable through greater communication and collaboration between the Centre and states.
'Kill Corona' campaign in MP can help fight COVID-19, but will it reverse spike in Bhopal, Gwalior-Chambal belt?
With three of six districts in election-bound Gwalior-Chambal belt recording over 100% growth in COVID-19 cases, it will be a major challenge for Chouhan govt to campaign and organise elections without creating new hotspots
Google's updated policy is expected to come into effect globally on 11 August.
Fixing India’s cities needs cutting the Gordian Knot: Failure, inaction are roadblocks to leveraging urbanisation for good
The Government of India needs to build whole-of-system capacity for urban transformation, ensuring that all urban actors learn about complexity and understand the city as a ‘system of systems’. It is imperative that we work collectively to cut the Gordian Knot – abandon the dogmas that confuse and confound us – and secure a sustainable, just and equitable urban future for all.
Delhi air pollution crisis: Money, political will, clear data or steadfast public attention — what really matters?
India does not have hourly, source-apportioned data across cities and neighbourhoods in an accessible format, which obfuscates public understanding and dilutes political will. The kind of staccato concern we show on air pollution cannot compete with the sustained focus of lobbying efforts
Manoj Tiwari camouflaging himself in Modi's shadow, says Dilip Pandey, claims fight in North East Delhi between AAP, BJP
"Only somebody who lives in North East Delhi will understand what it feels like to get stuck in traffic congestion of Sonia Vihar, Wazirabad Bridge, Seelampur Square," said Dilip Pandey who is contesting from the North East Delhi constituency in Lok Sabha Elections 2019
With many species on Earth dying, the UN has released a study that was three years in the making.
The Policy takes forward key proposals of the draft Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018.
Microsoft won a contract in November to supply the Army with at least 2,500 prototypes of AR headsets.
Digital health platforms said they are in total support of the government's e-pharmacy draft rules.
Twitter not counting as followers any accounts that have been locked because of suspected fraud.
Trump's policy of separating children from their parents has received a lot of hate and negative attention.
While the government is focused on mitigating all possible illegal financing activities around Bitcoin it is also important to build a robust and comprehensive framework to regulate cryptocurrency space.
UIDAI Chairman J Satyanarayana said, "e-governance is a stepping stone for good governance and e-governance is about transformation."
This new Facebook policy may discourage pestering ads and pop-ups from appearing on the screens.