By: Sashwata Saha
Over the last decade, cars have adapted computational capabilities like tablet-displays, AI-assisted parking and power steering - all of which require semiconductor chips. The onslaught of the pandemic resulted in a drop in demand, forcing chip makers to shift their focus to personal electronics. However, operating with a dwindling workforce for the last few months, these manufacturers are not able to keep up with the automobile demands now that lockdowns around the world are being lifted. [...]
Kolkata: DPS Ruby Park Parents Protest Outside Gate Against School's Lack of Liability on Campus Reopening
By: NH Desk
Schools reopened in West Bengal, yesterday, for students from Classes 9-12. In Kolkata, most schools saw a 60-70% turnup. School administrators have blamed yesterday's bandh for low figures. [...]
Security has been amped up in Bengal? capital city as the elections draw nearer and the resulting spate of political violence and protests that parts of the city witnessed recently.
The book fair is considered unique for being focussed on the reader rather than the wholesaler. This year, the fair? country of focus is Bangladesh which would be celebrating 50 years of independence on March 26.
By: Ronnan Da Cunha
One year ago, India recorded its first COVID victim and went into an economic crash. Today, the country is set to make huge profits courtesy of the world? largest vaccine production facility.
By: Sashwata Saha
Protesting teachers got into clashes with the city police as they tried to climb over the gates of the Assembly building. Though, a few did manage to plant their banner on top of the gates. This is the fourth major demonstration by the protestors this month.
The event was a mix of online and offline shows, an idea that has become increasingly popular as lockdowns around the globe wear down. The Toronto International Film Festival was the first to come up with the format. [...]
After being projected as a local leader without any state-wide appeal, the former state transport minister has swapped green for saffron in hopes of better recognition for his political ambitions at his new party. [...]
Insiders allege that the move has been made with the upcoming State Assembly as well as the Municipal Corporation elections in mind.
The TMC has been quick to refute these claims and pointed fingers at infighting between the major factions of Bengal BJP.
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