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Dandi March Micro Sculpted in the Eye of a Needle

Micro Sculptor by passion Ajay Kumar Mattewada Micro Sculpted - in the Eye of a Needle: the Dandi March Scene with Mahatma Gandhi Leading a Group of Seven People. This micro sculpted creation has been donated by Ajay Kumar to the historic National Salt Satyagraha Memorial dedicated to the nation by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Mahatma Gandhi’s death anniversary on Wednesday 3...

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India’s Self-Propelled, Fastest Train Vande Bharat Express Flagged Off

“Vande Bharat Express”, India’s first semi-high speed train, that will ply between Delhi and Varanasi, with halts at Kanpur and Allahabad, was flagged off by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on its maiden run at the New Delhi railway station on Friday 16 February 2019. This train is a ‘Make-in-India” Success Story as its major systems have been designed and built in India. It meets global standards ...

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Odisha Government’s KALIA with Scholarship Scheme

KALIA: Krushak Assistance for Livelihood and Income Augmentation scheme, the ₹10000-crore scheme for the overall development of farmers in Odisha state launched by its Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on 31 December 2018 has an added component of a Scholarship Scheme for children of beneficiaries of KALIA under the KALIA Chhatra Bruti programme for pursuin...

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The Statue of Unity – A Tribute to the “Iron Man” of India

The history of India’s struggle for freedom is not a one-man saga but an epic with numerous dedicated freedom fighters who are heroes in their own right. Honoring one of the stalwarts of the Indian Independence movement, the Statue of Unity is built in dedication to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel who played a decisive role in country’s unification following independence from British rule.

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Carnot Prize of Kleinman Center for Energy Policy to Piyush Goyal

Carnot Prize, the Kleinman Center’s annual recognition of distinguished contributions to energy policy through scholarship or practice, the most prestigious award in the energy sector, was formally presented to Piyush Goyal, presently Union Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs, Railways & Coal and former Minister of Power, Coal, New & Renewable Energy and Mines, Gover...

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Career Opportunities after MBA

The changing economic ethos has resulted in a competitive graduate job market, particularly in popular fields like Business. This has raised the bar for new graduates to land good jobs with major companies as these are leaders in their respective industries. We all know that a job opportunity with an established, global company at a young age can secure your future as it gives you a chance to work with the best ...

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Khelo India to Create Conducive Environment & Culture for Sports

Mission Olympics Sports Meet-2019, Sports meet in six different disciplines held at six different locations in Delhi, organized by Police Families Welfare Society (PFWS) of Delhi Police on 3 & 4 January 2019, culminated with the closing ceremony at Ambedkar Stadium graced by Col. Rajyavardhan Rathore (Retd), Minister (I/C) of Youth Affairs and Sports & Information and Broadcasting, where...

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Career in Commerce after 10+2

In a country where being a science student is synonymous with being intelligent and laborious; it certainly is a tough decision to be a commerce student. With science stream given so much importance by everyone, it is important to know that commerce is a stream which can build up a beautiful career by opening up substantial avenues for students of the new generation.

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Annual Conference of Director Generals of Police Under the shadow of Statue of Unity

Sardar Patel’s message of National Unity was the underlying theme of this year’s Conference of Director Generals of Police that focused on improving cyber security in the country and on preparing the police forces to prevent and investigate cyber-crimes and financial frauds Police, held a special significance because it was organized at Kevadiya in Narmada distr...

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Jayant Kaikini’s “No Presents Please” Wins DSC Prize for South Asian Literature

DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2018 has been won by “No Presents Please” - originally written in Kannada by noted poet and short story writer Jayant Kaikini and translated into English by eminent translator Tejaswini Niranjana. The $25,000 DSC Prize, announced at Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in Kolkata on 25 January 2019, awarded to Ja...

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