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High-skilled Indians step up protests against UK immigration p...

Aditi Khanna City: London Unjustified refusals to applications for indefinite leave to remain in Britain irk professionals Indian professionals have stepped up their fight against what they characterise as a hostile immigration policies of the UK government ... The Financial Chronicle, 2 days ago

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Duty of citizens, sexism and dynasty politics were just some of the topics Justin Trudeau addressed at IIM-Ahmedabad

Donald Trump and I are similar in a lot of ways, said Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau while addressing a bunch of surprised IIM-Ahmedabad students. “We have similar policies that are doing well for our respective economies, and both of us have an ...
 DNA3 days ago

QuEST Global Services acquires Mobiliya Technologies

QuEST Global Services (QuEST), a global leader in providing premium engineering solutions, announced the acquisition of Mobiliya Technologies based out of Pune. The acquisition will strengthen QuEST Globals capability in industrial and hi-tech verticals and ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago
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SpaceX launches world's most powerful operational rocket

Washington : SpaceX on Tuesday launched the world's most powerful operational rocket into space in a much-hyped demonstration mission deemed to have the potential to bring a revolution in the space industry. The Falcon Heavy blasted off from Florida's Kennedy ...
 Sify2 weeks ago SpaceX Dragon returns with variety of technological and biological studies as cargo from International Space Station  First Post.com1 month ago NASA's cargo spacecraft back down to earth with heavy payload  Prokerala1 month ago

Green Card: US lawmakers for elimination of per-country limit

At least six influential US lawmakers have supported the move of a group of highly-skilled Indians to remove the per-country limit on the allotment of green cards, arguing that the current system was unjust to America, where 1.5 million such people were stuck ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Office of profit case: Disqualified AAP MLAs move Delhi High Court

Eight of the 20 AAP MLAs, who were disqualified by President Ram Nath Kovind on the recommendations of the Election Commission (EC) in the office of profit case, moved the Delhi High Court on Tuesday seeking to quash the order. The plea raised questions on ...
 DNA4 weeks ago

Dimitrov tames Kyrgios

Rafael Nadal battled through a huge test to make his 10th Australian Open quarterfinal Sunday as Grigor Dimitrov ousted Nick Kyrgios to join him and Caroline Wozniacki kicked into full gear. On an overcast and muggy day at Melbourne Park, the Spanish world ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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'Potentially hazardous asteroid' to safely fly past Earth on Feb 4: Nasa

The asteroid 2002 AJ129 will make a close approach to earth on February 4, 2018 at 4.30 p.m. EST IANS | Washington Last Updated at January 20, 2018 14:30 IST Asteroid | Representative Image An intermediate-sized asteroid, categorised as a "potentially ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Social Media Influencers

FC Bureau Social media influencers have changed the way brands promote, market and advertise their products Meet the social media stars Yaas, it’s Friyay!’ This is not a grammatical mistake (well technically it is) but not when it comes to social media ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Is Indian civilization a myth?

When the Bharatiya Janata Party came to power in 2014, the apprehension in academic publishers' minds that sales of liberal and Left books might suffer was offset by the assumption that the economy would flourish and keep them happy. Also, since no one in the new regime was likely to be interested in looking at anything written too long after the Vedas and the Golden Age of Sanskrit, there did not seem much cause for worry. In any case, the Congress had never failed to cave in when the crunch ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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