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.
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