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Youth bulge may become a bane for India, says US intel report
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Youth bulge may become a bane for India, says US intel report

A 256-page report, released here by NIC officer Robert S Williams for South Asia, says India needs to create as many as 10 million jobs every year in the coming decade DNA, 2 months ago

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Mumbai chess prodigy Kush creates history in UAE tourney

Creating history, Mumbai prodigy Kush Bhagat has won all three gold medals on offer in the 1st Western Asia Youth Chess Championship that concluded in Al Ain Chess Club, UAE, yesterday. The second standard student of the NSS Hill Spring ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Kush Bhagat creates history in UAE tourney, wins 3 gold medals in chess championship  News on Air2 months ago

KSLTA gearing up to host Davis tie

The Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association (KSLTA) is leaving no stone unturned as it gears up to host the Davis Cup Asia Oceania Group 1 tie between India and Uzbekistan here from April 7-9. Having been granted a financial assistance of Rs 1 crore from the ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Gehlot felicitates disabled youths who represented India

Union Minister Thaawarchand Gehlot today felicitated four disabled youths who represented India in Global IT Challenge (GITC) held in China. The minister of Social Justice and Empowerment also felicitated the faculty of NIT, Kurukshetra and Amar Jyoti ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Race to document rare plants

Most of the wood in mainland Southeast Asia has been logged to support the region's rapid economic growth. Efforts are on to document the rare plant life found in Cambodia's limestone karsts that are next in line, writes Julia Wallace. Millions of years ago, ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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5 unusual candidates contesting Mumbai civic polls

Elections for Asia’s richest civic body -- the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation -- is right around the corner (February 21) and there’s a pitched battle between the political parties to stake claim to Mumbai’s civic body. Even as parties continue to battle it out, here’s a list of some interesting candidates who have thrown their hat into the ring. 1) Jayant Dandekar aka ‘Dada’   He is all of three feet tall but that hasn’t ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

UPDATE 1-Forbidden love: Valentine's Day banned for some in Asia

(Recasts, adds details from South Asia) By Benjamin Weir and Mehreen Zahra-Malik JAKARTA/ISLAMABAD, Feb 14 (Reuters) - Valentine's Daycelebrations on Tuesday were banned by authorities in parts ofIndonesia and Pakistan, home to Asia's largest ...
 Sify1 month ago

Bata takes sub-brands route for connecting to youth

Present in India for over 80 years, shoemaker Bata is renewing focus on the young generation by lining up new launches in youth-oriented space through its sub-brands like Power and Weinbrenner even as the company is doubling advertising budget this year. The ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Rise India recognised as one of Asia's 100 Greatest Brands & Leaders 2016

Rise India, a strategic investment firm contributing to skill development and education, was recognised as one of Asia's 100 greatest brands, in the education sector. The Co-founder and CEO, Ajay Chhangani was recognised to be one among Asia's 100 greatest ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Guests from West Asia dominate diaspora event

Billed as the biggest-ever assembly of the Indian diaspora, the 14th edition of the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas began with much fanfare here on Saturday. About 1,700 non-resident Indians took in the sights and sounds, with the focus on the first day being on ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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