RSS, Really Simple Syndication, is an XML-based technology for easy content sharing and distribution. RSS allows you to read news and updates from various sites / sources, without having to visit those sites directly, through RSS feeds. The feeds are automatically updated in your PC when you connnect to the internet. Typically, an RSS feed contains a title, a brief description of the item and the link to the complete article / news item. More often than not, a button like this, , indicates that the link is an RSS feed. To read the RSS feeds correctly, your browser needs to be integrated with an RSS reader. Recent versions of browsers, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox integrate such readers. Alternately you may download Feed readers. Many are available on the web. A couple of them are Feedreader and AmphetaDesk.
Samanvaya feeds consist of a short description of the latest update and a link to the complete article or announcement if there is one. Currently we bring to you two feeds.
1. News Room Feeds (http://www.samanvaya.com/main/information/k-alerts.xml): This feed contains all the latest generic happenings and developments at Samanvaya. To receive this feed, click on the feed link on your browser, or copy-paste the feed URL / link given above in your Feed Reader programme.
2. Samanvaya Knowledge Alerts (http://www.samanvaya.com/main/knowledge/knowledge.xml): The knowledge feed contains focused updates in areas of our work that would include learnings, new content added to the site and other such issue based and thematic items. To receive this feed, click on the feed link on your browser, or copy-paste the feed URL / link given above in your Feed Reader programme.
This website is in frames. Hence, copying link locations of the inner content pages will not render the page fully and correctly. We suggest that you link to our Home page, http://www.samanvaya.com, and navigate to other pages from there. However, if you do want to directly link to our content pages, some of the URLS are given below:
Samanvaya News Room - http://www.samanvaya.com/main/news.html
Samanvaya Knowledge Alerts - http://www.samanvaya.com/main/alerts.html