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Citizens swarm Chennai's beaches for Operation Cleanup

Over 5,000 volunteers from 120 corporates, NGOs, schools, colleges, running groups, social organisations and individuals participated in the massive Chennai Coastal Cleanup drive held on June 7......

Kashmir's sorrow

'For lakhs of people in the flood-afflicted state, battling against the elements is taking a huge toll. This is the time of the year that apples ripen, rice starts being harvested and preparations......

Influential medical group in the US to attend PBD 2014

The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin will attend the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in Delhi with an agenda to develop a plan to bring together NGOs and the government to provide access......

How Nelson Mandela avoided the partition of South Africa!

His other big achievement -- of avoiding a partition of South Africa against a determined bid by Zulu chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi has not received much attention. He was thus a Mahatma Gandhi and......

Time for Uttarakhand to learn from Orissa

Orissa learnt its lessons from previous cyclones, particularly the 1999 super cyclone, whereas Uttarakhand has failed to do so from any of the previous natural calamities that hit the state, says......

Why Mudra Bank is a major landmark in our growth process

For the first time in our economic history a government has thought about more than 50 per cent of our economic activity instead of the five per cent represented by the Sensex companies, observes......

SpiceJet's saviour Ajay Singh: 40 firms, a dispute and some defaults

Image: SpiceJet needs to infuse equity into the airline to run daily operations. Courtesy, Facebook/flyspicejet Former SpiceJet promoter Ajay Singh (below left) is pulling out all stops to raise......

Why SEZs in India have failed

Of the 564 SEZs formally approved, only 192 were operational as of June this year. Special Economic Zones (SEZs) are likely to be central to realising Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious......

Obama opens US border to more talent from India

US President Barrack Obama's immigration reform push late on Thursday seeks to significantly liberalise the visa regime for students, professionals and budding entrepreneurs, as the US tries to......

Why Jan Dhan scheme is keeping bankers worried

A sudden flood of accounts at the bottom of the pyramid -- the segment of society, more susceptible to fraud and easily be lured into parting with card details -- can become a target of financial......
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After Tunisia attack, sun-seekers switch to Spain, Bulgaria and Greece

Tourists sunbathe on the Red Beach on the Greek island of Santorini, Greece, July … Tourists sunbathe on the Red Beach on the Greek island of... ...

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Ask a question, IIT experts will answer it on digital platform

As a Part of Digital India Week, students demonstrate a robot at IIT-Powai Thursday. (Source: Express photo by Amit Chakravarty) Ask a Question,... ...

http://indianexpress.com/article/cities/mumbai/ask-a-question-iit-experts-will-answer-it-on-digital-platform/
K2M Launches the MESA(R) 2 Deformity Spinal System in the US

GlobeNewswire 2015-07-02 The Next-Generation MESA System is Poised to Address the Most Difficult Correction Maneuvers for Complex Spinal... ...

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Our Forefathers Waste Management Technique -Compost-was the Best '

Media release Mangaluru, Jul 2: 'Biological degradation or waste disposal by using landfills is still the Best form of waste management' said... ...

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Scientists downplay the risks of superintelligent computers

Superintelligent computers could outsmart humans, but scientists largely dismiss any parallels to Terminator and a dystopian "rise of the machines"... ...

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