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  • Video making training at MRV

    MET Rishikul Vidyalaya (MRV) presented the ‘Advance to Australia India Schools Video Competition 2015’. It was conducted by Ian Dixon and Stephanie Phillips of SAE Institute Australia. This video making training was organized by Cambridge English and the Australian Trade Commission and hosted at MRV. About 180 students from over 15 schools participated.

  • HR Summit at Bedekar Institute of Management

    Dr. V.N. Bedekar Institute of Management Studies organized an HR Summit on October 17. The theme of the Summit was ‘HR- Leading the wave of Change’. The summit began with the welcome speech by director Dr. Nitin Joshi who addressed the audience on how we are moving towards digitalization.

  • Walk against Psoriasis

    The management, staff and students of the Sree Balaji Medical College and Bharath University, Chennai conducted a walkathon to mark the 11th World Psoriasis Day on October 29. This was part of the International Psoriasis Conference (IPC) held on the college and was partnered by the Indian Society of Teledermatology (INSTED).

  • ‘Best out of waste’ at Rosary

    Rosary Convent High School & Junior College, Mumbra organized The Eco-Treat Workshop on October 16, displaying several product created by the students exclusively made from waste materials such as CDs, plastic bottles, straws, used books, clothes, satin ribbons, ice cream sticks, and so on.

  • Four killed in Philippine fire

    Manila :  At least four people were killed and two others were injured in a fire that broke out in a residential area in Manila, the Philippine capital city, on Sunday, police said. The southern police district said the fire took 30 minutes to be brought under control and occurred in Makati city. Among the four killed was a two-month old infant, Xinhua news agency reported. Despite the immediate response of the firefighters, the fire

  • Fourth round of Bihar battle ends, 58 percent vote

    Patna :  The fourth and penultimate phase of Bihar’s assembly polls, the biggest popularity test in the country since the February Delhi election the BJP lost, ended on Sunday with around 58 percent of the 14 million electorate voting, officials said.

  • Grand Alliance’s win will destroy Bihar: Narendra Modi

    Patna :  Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday asked the people of Bihar to vote for the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance in the on-going assembly polls, and said the Grand Alliance’s win will lead to the state’s destruction.

  • india

    India rises to be world’s 7th most valued ‘nation brand’

    New Delhi : India has moved up one position to become the world’s seventh most-valued “nation brand”, with an increase of 32 percent in its brand value to $2.1 billion – the highest among all the top 20 nations on the list.

  • Sania Mirza – Martina Hingis clinch WTA Finals crown

    Singapore:  Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis came up with another stupendous performance on Sunday to win the women’s doubles title of the prestigious $7 million WTA Finals at the Singapore Indoor Stadium here and comprehensively underline their supremacy in the category.

  • reliance

    Reliance Communications mulls merger with MTS India

    Mumbai:  The board of Anil Ambani-led Reliance Communications (RCom) will on Monday consider a merger arrangement with the India operations of Russian telecom giant MTS, RCom said in a filing with the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).

  • Police apologize to Sikhs over conduct at protest

    London :  The police have apologized for their treatment of Sikh protesters during a demonstration outside the Indian embassy last month, a media report said on Sunday.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Arvind Kejriwal to study legality of SIT on 1984 riots

    New Delhi:  Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said his government will examine the legality of a special team formed by the central government to probe the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

  • No government control in Haryana in 11 years: Sukhbir Badal

    Rohtak (Haryana): Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Sunday took a dig at the BJP government in the state, saying there has been “no government control in Haryana in the past 11 years”.

  • Oommen Chandy

    Kerala local governmnent polls to be closely watched

    Thiruvananthapuram:  The local government polls in Kerala beginning Monday will be closely watched as Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has declared that the elections would be a referendum on his four and a half years of governance.

  • Is polygraph testing a futile exercise?

    London:  Police often resort to lie detector or polygraph test to find out the truth in certain high-profile cases. But is the test really useful? No, says a British psychology researcher.

  • Sleep

    Sleep interruptions can make you grumpy

    New York: Waking up several times throughout the night is more detrimental to your positive moods than getting the same shortened amount of sleep without interruption, says a new study.

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