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AIFF awards WIFA best grassroot development programme

New Delhi, Feb 17 (IANS) Western India Football Association's (WIFA) Maharashtra grassroots initiatives have been awarded the best grassroots programme for 2014 by All India Football Federation (AIFF) and FICCI at the Goal 2015 India Football Summit -- the ... News Chennai Online, 2 months ago

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Net Neutrality: COAI Demands Uniform Rules For Mobile, IP Services

— New Delhi, April 23: Responding to the ongoing debate on net neutrality, Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI ) said there should be an equal environment for all to promote innovation and to enable Internet for all. Seeking uniform ...
 Channel Times20 hours ago Net Neutrality, Telco industry's issues and NASSCOM's view  Cyber India Online23 hours ago Cellular Operators Association Of India Calls For 'Informed Debate' On Net Neutrality  Silicon India3 days ago Net Neutrality: NASSCOM For Rapid Adoption of ICT Models  Channel Times2 days ago

Tobacco, Alcohol Most Common Substances Used by Street Children: Report

New Delhi: Tobacco and alcohol have been found to be most common substances used by street children, Women and Child Development (WCD) Minister Maneka Gandhi informed the Parliament today. According to a study by National Commission for Protection ...
 NDTV23 hours ago `Tobacco, alcohol most common substances used by streetkids`  ZeeNews.com20 hours ago Substance Abuse & Drug Addiction among Children  Noodls1 day ago

Net Neutrality Violation Against Freedom Of Speech: Nasscom

NEW DELHI: The National Association of Software and Services Companies on Wednesday said the government should take the lead in defining net neutrality and the way forward is to create a synergy between over-the-top players and telecom companies. ...
 Silicon India2 days ago NASSCOM proposes a synergistic model for Internet platforms, appl...  India Blooms2 days ago

AIFF collaborates with German Football Association

New Delhi, Apr 21 (PTI) The All India Football Federation (AIFF) today signed a partnership with German Football Association (DFB) for a at technical collaboration which would lay emphasis on Coach Education, Grassroots Programme and Youth ...
 Press Trust of India3 days ago State football in licensing ambit soon  Times of India2 days ago All India Football Federation (AIFF) collaborates with German Football Association  Jagran Post3 days ago AIFF signs MoU with Japanese counterpart  News Chennai Online1 month ago
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No developed-developing countries divide on climate change: United States

NEW DELHI: Ahead of the UN climate talks in Paris later this year, the US today said there is no divide between developed and developing nations on the issue of climate change and emphasised the need to work together to confront challenges of global ...
 Economic Times5 days ago No divide with India on climate change issue: US  Economic Times4 days ago South Delhi residents to get say in MCD's development projects  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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New offering from G:Corp

G:Corp Developers’ newly launched villa project, Around the mangoes (ATM), is developed in association with ND Developers Pvt. Ltd and comprises 20 acres of a serene, gated enclave having a theme of eco-living space with contemporary ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Tata Projects, Brookfield partner to jointly develop social infrastructure  Economic Times1 day ago Tata Proj, Brookfield partner to jointly develop social infra  ZeeNews.com1 day ago Tata Projs, Brookfield partner to jointly develop social infra  Economic Times1 day ago
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SMU-DE Recognized by ASSOCHAM as The Best University in Distance Education, 2015

Comments April 20, 2015 - New Delhi, Delhi, India Business Wire India Sikkim Manipal University, Directorate of Distance Education (SMU-DE), has been recognized by The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) as the Best ...
 AndhraNews.net4 days ago ASSOCHAM award for Sikkim Manipal U...  The Echo Of India3 days ago
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AAP govt developing 'sting app' to fight corruption

In a move to equip common man in fighting corruption, Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi government is developing a mobile application for smartphone users which can secretly record a sting video/ audio and transfer the data into secured server. According to a senior ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Government to develop 12 heritage cities; blueprint by 2017  DNA India3 days ago Government developing ‘sting app’ to fight corruption  Asian Age3 weeks ago AAP government developing 'sting app' to fight corruption  Jagran Post3 weeks ago
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Manish Sisodia: Journalist, Activist, Now Deputy Chief Minister

NEW DELHI: Manish Sisodia, a soft-spoken former journalist and Arvind Kejriwal's closest associate, is set to be Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi.AAP's political affairs committee decided last night to appoint Mr Sisodia as Deputy Chief Minister in the Arvind ...
 Current News India2 months ago No portfolio, Arvind Kejriwal to oversee government  Asian Age2 months ago CM for talent over rank in top positions  Times of India4 days ago Can you deliver, Mr Kejriwal?  Rediff.com2 months ago
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