Tag Archives: India

Team India Gears Up for Second Test Against Sri Lanka: Preview, Live Streaming Info

India are all ready to get back to business as they take on Sri Lanka in the second test of the three-match Test series, which kicks off on Thursday in Colombo. Reading @KumarSanga2 talk is as sublime as watching him bat. His chat with @ShirinSadikot – http://t.co/a4mCegbGfi pic.twitter.com/uSMNAg0E0C — BCCI (@BCCI) August 19, 2015 After losing the first test in ...

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Get Live Updates From Global Launch of Xiaomi’s New OS MIUI 7

Finally the day has arrived, when MIUI 7 Global Version will be unveiled. Check out for the live updates here: Mi India, the official twitter handle of Mi tweeted a picture of The Lalit, New Delhi, saying, We’re all getting ready for #MIUI7 launch premiere at 2:30pm! stay tuned for whats to time. We’re all getting ready for #MIUI7 launch ...

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LIVE: President Mukherjee Addressed the Nation on the eve of 69th Independence Day of India

Catch all the live updates of Presidents Speech addressed the nation on the eve of 69th Independence day of India. #PresidentMukherjee addressed the nation on the eve of 69th Independence Day of India pic.twitter.com/9QmvyumI3V — President of India (@RashtrapatiBhvn) August 14, 2015 Warm greetings on the eve of 68th anniversary of Independence #PresidentMukherjee — President of India (@RashtrapatiBhvn) August 14, ...

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347 Species of Flora, 242 Fauna Discovered in India in 2013-14: Javadekar

India is upbeat on its discovery of 347 species of new flora and 424 species of fauna besides two new exclusive reptile species in 2013-14 based on studies conducted by scientists and taxonomists in several institutions and universities. Informing the Lok Sabha on Tuesday, environment minister Prakash Javadekar said the studies of scientists of Botanical Survey of India (BSI) and ...

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National Program on Epilepsy to Increase Awareness

Health Minister J P Nadda said the country has about 10 million persons with epilepsy (seizures) in the country and the Centre is supplementing the efforts of State Governments to provide health services including treatment of epilepsy. General facilities for “early diagnosis and management” of epilepsy are available in government hospitals. Specialized treatment for epilepsy is available in institutions such as ...

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Xiaomi’s First ‘Made in India’ Smartphone Redmi 2 Prime Launched

Xiaomi has launched its first ‘Made in India’ smartphone, the Redmi 2 Prime, priced at Rs 6,999. The smartphone was unveiled by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu. Our first made in India smart phone,Redmi 2 Prime unveiled by Hon’ble CM N Chandrababu Naidu. #MiMakeInIndia pic.twitter.com/26ZwaxWdqe — Mi India (@MiIndiaOfficial) August 10, 2015 Now, the phone will be manufactred ...

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Global Launch of Xiaomi’s New OS MIUI 7 in Delhi on Aug 19

With MIUI’s current sixth version is nearing more than a year, Xiaomi is all set for a global launch of its new OS MIUI 7 in Delhi on August 19, 2015, a news that it revealed on Monday after a teaser. Also read: Xiaomi’s First ‘Made in India’ Smartphone Redmi 2 Prime Launched The Chinese manufacturer’s official twitter account tweeted, “#MIUI7 ...

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Foxconn to Invest $5 Billion in India, to Match China Factories in Production

Riding on high turnout in China, thanks to iPhone boom for over a decade, Foxconn is now eyeing Indian manufacturing base to be set up at about $5 billion (Rs.6,300 crore), including a research and development facility in Maharashtra. Subash Desai, Maharashtra’s industries minister, said the largest electronics centre in India would provide jobs to about 50,000 employees and an ...

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Over 35,000 Lives Lost to Air Pollution in the Last Decade: New Report

With the rising population, effects of modernization and globalization, people want to have the best of everything and the urge is leading to the destruction of natural resources, amounting to an enormous increase in pollution of all sorts. Of these, air pollution seems to be a major concern. The environment ministry on Thursday notified that India suffered over 35,000 mortalities ...

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India Launches its Biggest Telescope MAST in Udaipur

In a groundbreaking achievement, India uncovered the biggest telescope of the nation namely “Multi Application Solar Telescope” (MAST) at the Udaipur Solar Observatory on Tuesday. Udaipur Solar Observatory (USO) belongs to the group of six sites around the world known as the Global Oscillations Network Group (GONG). MAST was put into action in order for USO to carry out a ...

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Amitabh, Akshay, Salman are in World’s 10 Highest-Paid Actors List

In a recent survey conducted by Forbes magazine, three out of the top 10 highest paid actors now come from Bollywood, while the fourth one is Jackie Chan from China. The three from Bollywood are Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar. Ironic but Shahrukh Khan, who had figured second richest actor in Forbes List last year is not in ...

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India Starting Online Registry to Combat Hepatitis Better

Taking a major step ahead to combat Hepatitis about whose subsistence nearly 75 percent individuals are unaware in India, the country’s foremost gastroenterologists have declared that an online registry will soon get underway in order to record the growing numbers of hepatitis patients, as per media reports. The registry will be a fragment of the recently created Indian National Association ...

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South Africa’s Longest Tour of India: Full Fixture List

South Africa, better known as the “Proteas,” are all set to participate in the enormous 72-day long tour of India, for the first time. Having played only two-Test or three-Test series so far, this will mark only the second time that these two teams will participate in a four Test series. The first time they participated was way back in ...

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India still needs to go a long way to combat Hepatitis, says WHO report

India is one among few countries with a “written national strategy or plan” that concentrates solely on the prevention and regulation of viral hepatitis but the World Health Organization (WHO) has reported that the country is still lacking proper and appropriate measures to fight the disease. Hepatitis mortalities tagged under “undifferentiated” or “unclassified” are not enrolled to the central registry ...

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Paris Meet: India Asks Developed Nations to Stick to Agenda, not change it in ‘Last Hour’

In view of the Paris Conference on Climate Change, India has reiterated its demand that the developed nations should pay for the Green Fund as pledged and should not introduce any new agenda at this “late hour” to make it “unsuccessful”. India’s Environment minister Prakash Javadekar said the convention agenda should be adhered to in the upcoming Paris Meet instead ...

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