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PM Modi, Costa launch India-Portugal International StartUp Hub

[Portugal], June 24 (ANI) Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Portuguese counterpart Antonio Costa launched a unique startup Portal - the India-Portugal International StartUp Hub (IPISH) - aimed at providing information on start-up hotspots in the two ... Sify, 2 days ago

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IC3 Conference paves way for transformation in rapidly developing education sector

[India], May 25 (ANI-BusinessWireIndia): International Career and College Counseling (IC3) Conference has announced the second edition of the Annual Conference, that will be held in New Delhi on August 30 and 31 2017 at JW Marriott, Aerocity. This year will ...
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IPL 2017 | Gujarat Lions v/s Mumbai Indians: Live Streaming, score and where to watch in India

Indian Premier League 2017 Gujarat Lions v/s Mumbai Indians​ Venue: Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot​​ Time: 8 pm (IST - Saturday, April 29) On TV: Sony Six, Sony Six HD, Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD and Set Max Live Streaming: SonyLiv and ...
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Secrecy must for automatic info exchange: Swiss banks to India

India will have to ensure strict confidentiality of information about its citizens Swiss bank accounts received through the new automatic exchange window, failing which the Alpine nation will stop sharing the data. Switzerland and its banks will also keep a ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Is studying abroad really expensive?

Taking up a course of study in an international university comes with its fair share of insecurities. But how many of those fears are really true? Let's find out. Illustration by Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Studying abroad is gaining popularity due to the positive impact it has on a student's holistic development. Schools and colleges are encouraging their students to explore academic opportunities abroad. Many invite admission counsellors, education advisors to address senior classes to explain ...
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SCO membership could bring India and Pak closer at SAARC: Pak diplomat

The membership of India and Pakistan in the SCO could bring them closer to address their differences and help facilitate New Delhis attendance at the SAARC summit in Islamabad, a senior Pakistani diplomat said today. "The SCO is important organisation for ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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US calling India: Come, study with us

Promotional roadshows in India by state and private universities increase over fear of losing foreign students.Vinay Umarji reports. IMAGE: The University of Idaho, which has 5 per cent Indian student representation, is looking for qualified students for its architecture, law and civil engineering programmes.Photograph: Kind courtesy Indian Students Association at University of Idaho, USA/Facebook Amid protectionist policies clamping down on immigration in the United States under the new ...
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India readying a more transparent gold policy

The proposed bullion bank can help settle gold loan accounts in gold terms, and promote existing gold schemes, along with launching  schemes including gold-recurring deposits. The government is working on a gold policy that will aim at building a higher level of transparency, increase value addition, and protect customers while ensuring the growth of this job-creating sector. The government, in principle, has decided to set up a gold spot exchange, improve measures for compliance by the ...
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At India Gate, candle burns brightly for slain Umar Fayaz

India Gate on Saturday saw outpouring of grief and outrage over the abduction and killing of 22-year-old Kashmiri army officer Umar Fayaz by terrorists. IMAGE: People light candles to pay tribute to late army officer Lt Umar Fayaz at India Gate. Photograph: Atul Yadav/PTI Photo Hundreds of army veterans, students and tourists took out a candle light march in his memory, with many voicing their demand for the death of the young lieutenant to be “avenged”. “His killing is ...
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Chinese academicians back Pak on CPEC; want India's concerns

Two top Chinese academicians today backed Pakistan on the controversial economic corridor that passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir but said China should address India's concerns over the issue as New Delhi's stand may make others cautious in backing ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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