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About Amarjit
AMARJIT SINGH is a journalist.
PGD IN JOURNALISM AND MASS COM. GRADUATED FROM PUNJABI UNIVERSITY PATIALA. HAVE WORKED WORKED WITH LEADING HINDI NEWSPAPERS. WORKED AS EDITOR WITH A NATIONAL PUNJABI DAILY, DEPUTY EDITOR AND POLITICAL EDITOR WITH HINDI DAILIES. HAVE WRITTEN FOR WELL KNOWN HINDI MAGAZINES. HAVE GOOD COMMAND OVER HINDI, PUNJABI AND ENGLISH AS WELL. HAVE VISITED ABROAD FOR MEDIA COVERAGE. HAVE WRITTEN STORIES. CAN TRANSLATE FROM ENGLISH TO HINDI AND PUNJABI. HAVE STAGED PLAYS AND WRITTEN DIALOGUES FOR PLAYS. HAVE INTERVIEWED BIGWIGS. HAVE DONE DOCUMENTARY WORKS WITH TV.
 M INTO JOURNALISM FOR THE LAST TWO AND HALF DECADES.
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English Hindi Punjabi
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Interview (Video / Broadcast) News Gathering Feature Stories
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Politics Current Affairs Natural Disasters
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Close trade ties with India will give us leverage to claim climate wins

01 Oct 2023  |  CityAM
The UK and India are strengthening their trade and climate change collaboration, with significant discussions and agreements aimed at reducing emissions and boosting green investments. Key figures like Alok Sharma, Rishi Sunak, and Narendra Modi are actively involved in these initiatives. The UK aims to leverage its position as a global financial hub to support green finance and innovation in India, aligning with broader climate goals under international agreements like the Paris Agreement.

Sumeru Digital and Art of Living Unveil FriendNFT at World Culture Festival 2023: US Edition

29 Sep 2023  |  www.einpresswire.com
Sumeru Digital and the Art of Living Foundation have launched FriendNFT, a revolutionary NFT platform, at the World Culture Festival 2023 in Washington, DC. The platform, built on the Polygon chain, aims to transform NFTs into tokens of emotional and social significance. The event, led by spiritual leader Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, celebrates global cultural unity. Sumeru Digital also introduced the FriendNFT App, designed to foster personal growth through social engagement. The initiative marks a significant convergence of technology, spirituality, and personal development.

Industry-university links are key to fulfilling India’s vast potential

15 Jun 2023  |  Times Higher Education (THE)
India, with its large and young English-speaking population, has the potential to become a global talent hub. To realize this, the country needs to update its curricula to be more practical and industry-focused. The National Education Policy of 2020 is seen as a transformative step for higher education, aiming to make India a global study destination. The introduction of 'professor of practice' roles by the University Grants Commission and the emphasis on digital competency are significant developments. Closer engagement with industry and alumni networks is also crucial. With India being the third-largest start-up ecosystem, institutions like IIT Madras Incubation Cell are pivotal in fostering entrepreneurship among the youth.

OTEC: the 800-lb. gorilla for electricity generation, auto fuel

07 Apr 2022  |  staradvertiser.com
Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) is an underutilized technology capable of providing continuous electricity and automobile fuel without toxic emissions or land use. First demonstrated in Hawaii in 1979, OTEC's potential remains largely untapped due to the significant investments required. The technology operates offshore, using ammonia in a closed-cycle engine to generate power. Hawaii's tropical location is ideal for OTEC, which could also produce hydrogen for fueling cars. The initial cost is estimated at one billion dollars for 200 megawatts, with significant cost reductions for additional capacity. OTEC offers Hawaii a chance to reduce electricity costs and reliance on oil amidst economic and political instability.

Even as India grapples with a growing crisis, strong trade ties with the UK are still at the top of the agenda

26 Apr 2021  |  CityAM
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is managing a severe COVID-19 crisis, while the UK, led by Boris Johnson, continues to pursue strong trade ties with India. The Enhanced Trade Partnership (ETP) aims to bolster UK-India trade, which was worth £25.5bn in 2019, and reduce reliance on China. The UK is also focusing on the Indo-Pacific region, strengthening relations with India, Japan, and Australia, and seeking membership in the CPTPP and ASEAN. The ETP is expected to create jobs, enhance market access, and address shared challenges like climate change.

Why is the army in Pakistan dangerous for democracy? Answer goes back to 1947

19 Oct 2020  |  ThePrint
The article explores the historical and geopolitical factors that have made the Pakistan Army a significant threat to democracy in Pakistan. It traces the origins of Pakistan's military dominance back to the Cold War era, highlighting the strategic interests of the US and the British in creating a buffer state against the USSR. The partition of the British Indian Army and the resulting ethnic imbalances further entrenched military power in Pakistan. The article also discusses the symbiotic relationship between the military and the feudal class, the rise of religious nationalism, and the army's involvement in terrorism. The author argues that these factors have collectively undermined democratic institutions and led to repeated military coups in Pakistan.

Practical Methods to Boost Domain Authority of Your Website

15 Apr 2020  |  semupdates.com
The article explains Domain Authority (DA), a metric developed by Moz that predicts a website's ability to rank in Google's search results. It ranges from 1 to 100 and is influenced by factors such as backlinks, domain age, and website popularity. The article emphasizes that DA alone is not sufficient for high search rankings, as Google evaluates individual page authority and content quality. It provides practical methods to increase DA, including creating high-quality content, obtaining backlinks, ensuring mobile-friendly website design, internal linking, increasing social signals, and disavowing bad links. The article concludes by stating that while DA is important, other factors must also be considered for improving a website's ranking in Google.

There’s A Better Way To Replenish Waikiki’s Sand

01 Nov 2019  |  civilbeat.org
Hawaii's state government is criticized for repeating an environmentally damaging process to restore Waikiki Beach by dredging the ocean, which previously caused ecological harm and produced an unsatisfactory result. The author advocates for the use of geotextile tubes, a technology proven in the Yucatan Peninsula, which is cheaper, lasts longer, and causes less environmental damage. Despite the clear benefits, the author suggests that local vested interests and resistance to change hinder the adoption of this superior method.

Response to Scroll.in article: Reporting of history of Ravidas temple in Tuglaqabad is Brahmanical

06 Sep 2019  |  Scroll.in
The article defends the historical claims of the Dalit community regarding the Ravidas temple in Tuglaqabad, asserting that these claims have strong historical foundations. It critiques the Brahmanical perspective and highlights the significant roles of various anti-caste movements and figures such as Ravidas, Kabir, and Nanak. The article also discusses the influence of the Sadh Satnamis, Sikh Banda Singh Bahadur’s army, and the Khalsa, emphasizing their contributions to social and religious history in India. The author argues that the tradition and hagiographical tales of Ravidas have a solid historical basis and critiques the legalistic approach to history that dismisses these claims.

Driving test should include section on avoiding road rage

23 Jul 2019  |  Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Motorists in Hawaii frequently display road rage, bringing frustrations from various aspects of their lives onto the road. Road rage can lead to accidents, physical harm, and traffic disruptions. The article suggests that drivers should undergo mental fitness tests and defensive driving courses before receiving a license. It highlights the prevalence of road rage incidents in the USA and Britain, emphasizing the need for legislation to address aggressive driving behaviors and promote driving courtesy and civil behavior.

Year of culture, year of Karma

13 Apr 2017  |  linkedin.com
2017 marks the UK-India Year of Culture and the 70th anniversary of Indian independence, coinciding with Brexit, which presents an opportunity for the UK and India to enhance their special relationship. India's economic shift and the UK's position as a FinTech leader suggest potential for collaboration, especially in India's finance sector transformation. The UK delegation's visit to India, including key financial figures, indicates a mutual interest in deepening cooperation. The Indian Awards have been launched to celebrate UK-India business relations, with a gala dinner scheduled in the Houses of Parliament on June 22.

Uncontrolled immigration brings chaos, danger to host nations

05 Apr 2017  |  staradvertiser.com
The article argues that uncontrolled immigration from war-torn and anti-U.S. countries poses a significant risk to national security, including the potential for terrorist attacks. It criticizes liberal attitudes towards immigration, suggesting that they enable enemies of the U.S. to infiltrate and create societal turmoil. The author urges Americans, particularly in Hawaii, to prioritize security and safety over political revenge against the Republican president.

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