Wednesday, December 1, 2021

South Asia

India’s new quest for regional identity

The problem is consistency, and from time to time, Indian focus keeps shifting from the SAARC region

Sunny Guglani to head Airbus Helicopters for India, South Asia

Guglani, 37, will be responsible for growing Airbus’ civil, parapublic (partially funded, operated, or owned by the government) and defence helicopter business in the region, including aftermarket services.

Covid severity: Experts probe genetic variants

CCMB study finds “the genetic variants responsible for Covid-19 severity among Europeans may not play a role in Covid-19 susceptibility among South Asians”

Colombo Port City: Chinese colony in our backyard

With China all set to take sovereign control of Colombo Port City, a wary India must realign its South Asia strategy

Hyderabad among fastest growing cities in South Asia: Kishan Reddy

He said the Bhagyanagar-based Telangana writers have a unique quality of highlighting oppression and fighting for justice, democracy and rights of the people.

Parts of India to see deadly heat waves in coming decades: Study

The findings, published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, indicated that these deadly heat waves will likely become more commonplace in the coming decades even if global warming is limited to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

Birders spot Common Shelduck at Hussain Sagar

Telangana State records 438 migratory birds from Europe so far this year.

Go for development with no cost

No South Asian nation, except Bhutan, has a development plan that meets its requirements in sync with nature

Global economy to expand by 4% in 2021: World Bank

Growth is expected to recover to 5.4 per cent in 2021 as the rebound from a low base is offset by muted private investment growth given financial sector weaknesses.

UoH faculty publish book on Community Radio in South Asia

Hyderabad: Prof. Kanchan K Malik and Prof. Vinod Pavarala, both professors in the Department of Communication at the University of Hyderabad (UoH), have published...

OPPO sets up its first 5G Innovation Lab in India at Hyderabad

Focused on making the most advanced technologies for the world, the lab will lead innovation for other countries including Middle East Asia, South Asia, Africa, Japan and Europe

Trouw opens animal nutrition unit in Telangana

Hyderabad: The state-of-the-art maiden production facility of Trouw Nutrition, the animal nutrition division of Dutch global company Nutreco, in India, has been virtually inaugurated...

Cambridge signs MoU with Chrysalis

Chrysalis, through the partnership will offer an English language learning and assessment programme for all their partner schools, with the assessment powered by Cambridge English

Serendipity Arles Grant 2020 announces 10 grantees

Initiated through an open call earlier in the year by the Serendipity Arts Foundation and Les Rencontres d'Arles, supported by the French Institute in India, the grant Jury has shortlisted 10 applications from hundreds received

Hopeful of quick revival of India’s aviation sector: Airbus

Airbus South Asia President, Remi Maillard expressed confidence in the industry's potential along with its revival prospects on the back of strong fundamentals

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