PM Modi pays tributes to Vinoba Bhave, Subramania Bharati

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday paid tributes to Vinoba Bhave on his birth anniversary, saying he carried forward the noble Gandhian principles after India attained independence.Born in 1895, Bhave dedicated his life to propagating Gandhian values and is particularly known for “Bhoodan” campaign as he persuaded people across the country to donate a part of their land that he distributed among the landless poor.

IT cos struggle to get experienced hands

The top four Indian IT firms – TCS, Infosys, HCL and Wipro – plan to hire more than 1 lakh freshers this fiscal. Cognizant said in July it planned to hire 30,000 freshers, as well as 100,000 laterals this year. The latter translates to onboarding nearly 300 experienced professionals every day.

Govt to limit incentive plan for auto to green vehicles

Petrol and diesel vehicles will not be included in the ambitious production-linked incentive (PLI) scheme for automobiles as the government will restrict benefits of the Rs 26,000 crore scheme — slashed from the originally-planned Rs 57,000 crore — to green technologies such as electrics and those powered by the futuristic hydrogen fuel cells.