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Posts for November, 2014
Innovation is not only limited to high technology incuding machines but also coming out with new fruits and vegetables. The agriculture sector in Israel could be one of the best in the world. Therefore, it is no wonder if new fruits and vegetables are introduced to the world by agriculture based scientists in Israel.
Vishnu Mohan | 30 Nov 2014
The Assam Tribune, an English daily newspaper published from Guwahati and Dibrugarh of Assam state is celebrating its Platinum Jubilee this year. It is the highest circulated English daily in North-East India. During his four-day visit of the North-Eastern states, Prime Minister Narender Modi inaugurated the year-long platinum jubilee celebration of this most popular English newspaper of the region on November 29 evening.
Dr. Lalit Kishore | 29 Nov 2014
Shri Ram Sena condemned the terrorist attack at Arnia resulting in loss of precious lives and critical injuries to the innocent citizens.
Rajiv | 28 Nov 2014
When you talk about an MBA, most people will advise you to do a general management post graduation program. But, before you take their wise idea, you need to understand a few details.
SIIB | 27 Nov 2014
The progressive State of Kerala is witnessing an issue these days - nearly 15.3 per cent of Kerala's 32 million people are the elderly. This means there are over 4.5 million people in the State above 60 years of age.
Vishnu Mohan | 26 Nov 2014
There is a great task before the Chandrababu to keep his promise to make residuary Andhra Pradesh as one more Singapore. Already he has somehow failed in keeping the promise of waiving of crop loans to farmers and doing making relief measures at least for some extent.
V GOPALA KRISHNA MURTHY | 26 Nov 2014
Seated at the apex of the Oil & Gas industry in India, Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) has over the last few years placed an emphasis on fortifying its presence in overseas territories.
sacchitjogi07 | 26 Nov 2014
Today any letter received from Government in Hindi is not understood by majority of Hindi knowing people because of its difficult vocabulary. So, it is necessary to replace it with Hindustani to make it comprehensible to all.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 25 Nov 2014
New Delhi-based FORE School of Management is all set to start Incubation Cell, which would provide support to the innovative ideas of students and propel them to start up their ventures.
Ramesh Kumar Raja | 24 Nov 2014
"India is the greatest youth country in the world. Bihar is the state of youths in India. Bihar is the birth place of great men like Lord Buddha, Mahaveer, Dr Rajendra Prasad, Jai Prakash Narain and Parbhavati Ji. I motivate Bihari youths for the development of state and country. It's the matter of shame that talented youths are jobless in the state which increases brain drain. Thought evolution campaign will solve the problem of girls and women insecurity in the society. Read good books for positive thoughts and better future, "said Dr Pranav Pandya, Director & Head of All World Gayatri Parivar and Chancellor Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalay, Haridwar in the press conference before the inauguration of Youth Expo- 2014 at Gandhi Maidan in Patna today.
"Children are essential part of the global family. We should share happiness and sorrows for human welfare. Know your duty and help the needy to solve the health problems of mother and child. Our dedicated doctors and nurses can save infants from deaths in Bihar. United we can solve the problem of child mortality in our state easily. The ratio of child mortality is 28 on every one thousand living child. The target of India Government is to reduce the 28 to 9 within 2015 with the dedicated and trained teams of doctors, nurses, ANMs and Asha's," said Brishin Patel, education minister of Bihar today during the inaugural address of the release of the 'Roadmap for Improving Newborn Health in Bihar' at the seminar hall of Hotel Chanakya in Patna (Bihar).b
Heart care Foundation of India and Indian Medical Association have joined the NCD Allincae, said Padma Shri Awardee Dr K K Aggarwal President Heart Care Foundation of India and incoming Honorary Secretary General IMA.
Dr KK Aggarwal | 23 Nov 2014
Tamilnadu State President of IMA Dr M Balasubramainan said that it is a great Honor for IMA Top Office Bearers to receive honorary professorships.
Dr KK Aggarwal | 21 Nov 2014
State President, Shri Ram Sena, Rajiv Mahajan asked Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders why they forgot about Article 370.
Rajiv | 20 Nov 2014
Think beyond borders (TBB) is a group, which associated with the IDEX group in 2007 and send groups for various activities. This group works in different areas for better understanding of cultural values, and other development activities applied for the growth of the society. Earlier this group has done a number of projects related to various fields such as rural development and agricultural work.
Nivedan Sharma | 20 Nov 2014
Eighteen months of nightmare have passed by in Delhi. And, the nightmare is not yet over. It was worrisome for me that the persecution and the persecutors would again say 'hello' to us even in India. I never knew that Pakistani establishment has created a cloud of manipulations against us.
Zulfiqar Shah | 20 Nov 2014
Reliance Jio Infocomm has acquired credit facilities valued at $1.5 billion with lenders such as Barclays and Bank of America.
sacchitjogi07 | 20 Nov 2014
The retail segment of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) has now launched an online service that will home deliver fresh groceries, vegetables and fruits.
sacchitjogi07 | 18 Nov 2014
Today it was a huge gathering at party office uri people are fad up with the previous MLA due to his dual face policies now the people use to surrender both congress and PDP,till date near about 4000 Sr.congress and PDP workers joined national confrence.
irfan raina | 18 Nov 2014
Satbir Singh Bedi | 18 Nov 2014
Satya Pal Jain, Ex-City MP has said that the 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has culminated into cleanliness becoming a habit of every citizen of India, which will make India really a neat and clean India.
Damini Dawar | 18 Nov 2014
The three-day International Children's Science and Mathematics Festival (November 13-15, 2014) in Vishakhapatnam hosted by Sri Prakash Vidyaniketan has concluded with a cheerful note of continued international sharing in the areas of learning of science, mathematics, creativity and innovation. I delivered an invited talk on 'Language of Mathematics and Language Arts' which was well received by the participants.
Dr. Lalit Kishore | 17 Nov 2014
Only a few months away from the scheduled launch of 4G services in March 2015, Reliance Jio Infocomm is expected to go on a hiring spree. The company is believed to be looking to hire about 3,000 people at regional levels for its retail stores and distribution chains.
sacchitjogi07 | 17 Nov 2014
The General Officer Commanding, Golden Arrow Division inaugurated the commencement of work for Punjab region for Network for Spectrum (NSF), a PAN India OFC project for the Indian Defence services in Punjab at Ferozepur.
HARISH DIDO | 17 Nov 2014
It was time for the negative, offensive, racist and discriminatory caricature of Black Pete (Zwarte Piet) to vanish from the traditional festivities of Netherlands, distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed stressed in a statement in Nevada (USA) today.
Correspondent | 17 Nov 2014
PM Narendra Modi should not have expanded his Council of Ministers. He should know that the Government works best which is slim and trim. Also these ministers are burden on the public exchequer and lead to wasteful expenditure.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 14 Nov 2014
Under the leadership of Chairperson Nita Ambani, Reliance Foundation has been instrumental in addressing a variety of developmental challenges faced by India. By making use of innovative and sustainable solutions, the foundation has been able to contribute significantly towards rural transformation, urban renewal, education, health and the protection of our nation's heritage, culture and art forms.
After last year's success, the joint initiative between Reliance Foundation and the National Basketball Association (NBA) went underway on November 11th, at the Dominic Savio School in Mumbai.
Congress and leftists are spent forces, lost the faith of masses due to their directionless policies, says Sukbir Badal Dy.CM Punjab
Sukhbir Singh Badal, Dy.CM, during his two days visit to Fazilka District in Punjab laid the foundation stones of various development projects costing Rs.90 crore.
Well, everybody wants to know about his future but the latter is known to God only. However, there are certain people called astrologers and palmists who tell you your future. They belong to all religions. There are Hindu astrologers and palmists, Muslim astrologers, Christian astrologers as well as Sikh astrologers.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 13 Nov 2014
Private Schools in India attracted a large chunk of students according to the Annual Status of Education Report 2012 (ASER) by Pratham. However, the quality of education is on the wane in both private and government schools, the report noted. The survey, which covered 16,000 schools across the country, found private enrolments raised from 18.7 per cent in 2006 to 28.3 per cent in 2012.
Some of the observations and remarks made by the Majlis Leader Asaduddin Owaisi while participating in a 'Meet the Press' programme organized by the Telangana Working Journalists Union in Hyderabad, which are share here with;
The Supreme Court questioned the lack of intention on the part of the State governments to impose the Essential Service Law and bring in line the medical professionals who resorted to strikes at a great cost to the patients.
Toyota had first showcased the Etios Cross at the 2014 Auto Expo in New Delhi. The Etios maybe based on the Etios Liva hatchback, but is totally rugged in style. The Etios Cross is a pseudo crossover and the first from a Japanese company in India.
Shefali Sharma | 11 Nov 2014
If one asked even an educated person, how many earths are there? He would say that this is the only earth where we live. However, Sikh Gurus did not believe it. They say that there are numerous earths which cannot be counted.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 11 Nov 2014
Due to some reservations on the guidelines to implement healthcare scheme of the Telangana Super Specialty Hospital Association (TESHA) and also want a raise between 20 to 30 per cent in the rates offered by the Telangana state Government to implement the scheme, the MOU could not be entered between both of them.
TR. Madhavan | 11 Nov 2014
Director of Women Development and Child Welfare (WDCW) department said that the modalities of the 'One Stop Crisis Centre' are being worked out and after chalking out the details the centres will be set up.
TR. Madhavan | 10 Nov 2014
On November 19th, 2014 at 9 PM, the much anticipated Epic Channel is scheduled to be launched on television screens across India. This channel is the first of kind, and is categorized as a segmented entertainment channel that will offer rich content based on Indian mythology, folklore and history.
Well, it is a common human tendency that one instantly reacts when someone says something offensive. Sachin Tendukar, in his newly released biography, has revealed a very interesting story when 7 year old Arjun Tendulkar sharply reacted and punched his classmate for criticizing his father, Sachin Tendulkar.
Raj Bhandari | 10 Nov 2014
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) along with its partner Pioneer Natural Resources Company plans to divest their joint venture in the Eagle Ford Shale and midstream business.
National Cancer Awareness Day was observed on 7th November, 2014. There are than 200 different varieties of Cancers, each with its unique causes. Most cancers are curable, if detected in time.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 10 Nov 2014
we grant respectability to anything by suffixing it with 'ism'. extremism survives becoz of its 'ism' tag
mathai | 07 Nov 2014
Medical science is stated to be an exact science and its practitioners, the doctors are placed under the category of scientists. Then how come that Penicillin, a medicine is able to cure many patients but kills a few patients of the same disease, stated to be an allergic reaction.
If a Hindu marries a Sikh, no eyebrows are raised and no breast is beaten as to what would be the religion of the child to be born of such a wedlock. Same is the case when a Sikh marries a Hindu. I do not think that any Sikh objects when a Sikh marries a Christian.
When in cities and towns of agrarian crisis hit western vidarbha the celebrations of elected MLAs and ministers are in full swing same in remote villages of same region farmers are committing suicides as reports of six more distressed debt-trapped starving farmer's suicides in last 48 hours surfaced today and out of six ill-fated farmers 3 are from the farm suicide epicenter Yavatmal and two from washim and one from Amravati districts indentified as per reports are
VJAS | 06 Nov 2014
Lucrative package of incentives was being offered to the entrepreneurs in Industries, Infrastructure, Hydel Power, Tourism, Education sector said Himachal Chief Minister Sh Virbhadra Singh in the Investor meet, 2014 held on late Wednesday in Mumbai.
B K Upmanyu | 06 Nov 2014
The entertainment industry led by the Event and Entertainment Management Association (EEMA), the Film and Television Producers Guild and the global media conglomerate Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. (ZEE) initiated a fund-raiser campaign, "HUM HAIN Ummeed-e-Kashmir" to raise funds and awareness for flood-stricken Kashmir.
Harinder Malhotra | 06 Nov 2014
The Central bureau of investigation probing the multi-crore chit fund scam in Odisha arrested Biju Janata Dal Member of Parliament from Mayurbhanj Constitution Rama Chandra Hansda and former party BJD M.L.A (Subarna Naik and Hitesh Kumar Bagarati) (Ex. M.L.A BJP) on Tuesday last on charges of Conspiracy, Cheating and diversion funds. The three Leaders were former director of Nababiganta Capital services limited.
K. Sudhakar Patnaik | 06 Nov 2014
Hormone balance is essential to good health for women of all ages. Hormonal imbalance is defined as chemical messengers which regulate our body's systems and that are no longer functioning properly. Hormone imbalance can contribute to such common problems as premenstrual syndrome (PMS), perimenopausal difficulties, infertility, miscarriage, osteoporosis, breast cancer, heart disease, fibroids, endometriosis, menstrual difficulties, mood disorders and ovarian cysts. Hormone testing is a valuable tool for achieving optimal hormone balance, as well as for maintaining that balance once it is achieved.
IndiraInfertilityClinic | 05 Nov 2014
ICICI Bank Ltd, India's largest private sector bank, announced the inauguration of its 100th branch in Odisha. The new branch was inaugurated at Raighar in Nabarangpur district. To commemorate this milestone, the Bank organised a blood donation camp at its main branch in Kharvel Nagar, Bhubaneswar.
Sesa Sterlite, Jharsuguda bags two National Awards at '15th National Award for Excellence in Energy Management 2014'
Efficient management of available energy resources has been one of the major thrust areas of Sesa Sterlite Limited's operations across the world. The Aluminium smelter and Captive Power Plant (CPP) unit of Sesa Sterlite Ltd, Jharsuguda (Earlier Vedanta Aluminium Ltd.) have been bestowed the coveted 'Excellent Energy Efficient Unit' award in the '15th National Award for Excellence in Energy Management 2014' in General and Power category respectively on 29-30th October 2014 held at Hyderabad.
Some state Governments provide subsidized foods to its citizens at select places and at time that such moves become news item. However, there are number of road side food vendors who sell their food at subsidized rates, on their own, going by the logic of making thin profit. Such vendors are indeed doing a good to the society.
Vishnu Mohan | 03 Nov 2014