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India takes steps to achieve higher space education goals: Minister

Informing the Lok Sabha on future space missions and education in space sciences, Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply on wednesday, said the Department of Space has taken multi-pronged approach to provide Space education to the youths. The Department has taken up severa steps to disseminate or to provide formal education on important subjects coming under Space Technology, Space ...

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COMEDK 2015 Admission Starts from March 2, 2015, Last Date April 10, Other Info, Details

The Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) will begin accepting online applications for its Common Entrance Test (COMEDK UGET 2015) from March 2, 2015. ComedK exam is a gateway to professional education in Karnataka for those seeking admission to Under Graduate Medical, Dental, Engineering and Architecture Courses for the academic year 2015-16. These are private college ...

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Swine Flu: Health Ministry Reviews Steps Taken So Far

The Union Health Ministry reviewed the status of H1N1 influenza being reported from different states today at a high level meeting chaired by the health secretary B P Sharma attended among others Director General, Health Services (DGHS) Dr. Jagdish Prasad, representatives of leading government hospitals such as Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, Safdurjung, AIIMS, and from Indian Council of Medical ...

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Increase Income Tax Revenue, Jaitley tells IT Commissioners

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley asked the senior officers of the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) not to lose sight of domestic black money keeping in view its tax collection targets. The Finance Minister was speaking at a Review Meeting of Principal Chief Commissioners, Principal Directors General , Chief Commissioners and Directors General of Income Tax in Delhi on ...

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Responding to India’s internet clampdown

By Susan Morgan and David Sullivan WASHINGTON: Last week, the Indian government missed an opportunity to show the world the right way to handle social media in a time of crisis. With rumours about unrest sweeping the subcontinent via social media and SMS and prompting mass population movements, even stalwart free speech advocates saw justification for urgent measures. Unfortunately, instead ...

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