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Microsoft launches AI labs to train 1.5 lakh Indian students
India

Microsoft launches AI labs to train 1.5 lakh Indian students

In a bid to build a future-ready workforce, Microsoft has announced the launch of 10 AI digital labs in India.
IIM-Udaipur becomes India's youngest B-School to be accredited by AACSB
India

IIM-Udaipur becomes India's youngest B-School to be accredited by AACSB

Within just 8 years of inception, Indian Institute of Management, Udaipur (IIMU) became the youngest B-School in India to receive accreditation from the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).
#CareerBytes: Top 5 websites to learn the basics of finance
India

#CareerBytes: Top 5 websites to learn the basics of finance

Whether you want to be able to manage your finances better, mean to complement your college studies, or are just passionately curious to learn finance, learning the basics of finance becomes instrumental to further advancement.
Digvijaya Singh tweets fake picture about Bhopal flyover, apologizes
Politics

Digvijaya Singh tweets fake picture about Bhopal flyover, apologizes

On Monday, senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh apologized for tweeting a picture of a damaged bridge of Bhopal and questioning the Bharatiya Janata Party, when in reality the structure belonged to Pakistan
Neeraj Arora could be the new CEO of WhatsApp
Business

Neeraj Arora could be the new CEO of WhatsApp

After WhatsApp CEO and co-founder Jan Koum confirmed that he is quitting the company, reports have surfaced that the popular chat app's next potential CEO could be Neeraj Arora, who's the head of "All Things Business" at the company.
ISB tops Indian institutes in Global MBA Rankings, IIM-Ahmedabad slips
India

ISB tops Indian institutes in Global MBA Rankings, IIM-Ahmedabad slips

The Indian School of Business (ISB) was ranked 28th among universities worldwide in Financial Times' Global MBA Ranking 2018.
Indian start-ups that crashed in 2017
Business

Indian start-ups that crashed in 2017

A recent study, titled "Entrepreneurial India" by the IBM Institute for Business Value and Oxford Economics, showed that 90% of Indian start-ups fail within the first five years.

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