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Ritu Rani retires: What's next for the Indian women's hockey team veteran?
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Ritu Rani retires: What's next for the Indian women's hockey t...

The youngest ever player to turn up for the national side announced international retirement at 24. [Archive] Hockey player Ritu Rani during a press conference at the launch of Rio Olympics 2016 tickets in India; in New Delhi, on Jan 22, 2016.IANS ... International Business Times India, 1 week ago

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NFAI conducts meeting to discuss ongoing NFHM

Guwahati, Sep 21 (PTI) The National Film Archive of India (NFAI) has conducted a consultation meeting with industry stakeholders to discuss and seek suggestions about the ongoing National Film Heritage Mission (NFHM). The meeting was attended by ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago
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NFAI acquires Bilwamangal, a silent film of 1919, from France: To be an asset for its National Film Heritage Mission

With this the NFAI now possesses in its collection films representing three important Indian studios of the silent era Madan, Kohinoor and Hindustan. The National Film Archive of India(NFAI) has acquired surviving footage of the Indian silent ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Full of technical innovations  The Hindu3 weeks ago Acclaimed Japanese film curator Okada discusses influence of silent films  Business Mirror4 weeks ago India to sign film co-production pacts with BRICS members  Indian Television3 weeks ago

More vigorous Belarusian-Indian cooperation in pharmaceutics suggested

Mikhail Myasnikovich. An archive photo MINSK, 8 August (BelTA) Chairman of the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of Belarus Mikhail Myasnikovich met with representatives of the Indian company Lok-Beta Pharmaceuticals Private ...
 Belta1 month ago

GST worries Indian industry

Since the Rajya Sabha okayed the constitutional amendment for a national goods and services tax (GST), businesses have been trying to understand the looming change to the indirect tax structure. That they have much to learn was shown at a GST ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Is GST in India a Game Changer?  Asia PR News4 days ago GST cleared: One nation, one tax gets going  Business Standard India1 month ago

PMO seeks reputed candidates for post of National Archives director-general

NEW DELHI: The culture wars may not be front-page news but they are still being fought with vigour, with all the battles seem to expectedly be going the government's way. Following recent key nominations that sparked controversy, the Prime ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

The American who rescues Indian treasures!

'Cultural property crimes have been linked by the United Nations and others to terrorism.''These links show the perpetrators to be associated with major criminal and terrorist networks like ISIS.' For an excited five-year-old boy, perched on the edge of his seat in a New England theatre, nothing could be more thrilling than watching the exploits of an archaeologist-professor, played by Harrison Ford, who escapes his university classroom to heroically assist North Indian villagers recover the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Gopal Sarma & Deepak Jain: Construction in the time of crisis

The construction industry is vital to the Indian economy: the industry contributes approximately eight per cent of the national gross domestic product, employs more than 40 million people and has almost a doubling effect on other sectors. However, ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

India Inc creates oral history to preserve legacy

Capture memories before they fade. In a nation where folklore has enthralled people for centuries, oral history is marking its presence felt in the corporate world. Indian business houses are archiving stories by recording recollections of employees ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Praise freedom not apartheid

Independent Archives Veteran anti-apartheid activist Professor Fatima Meer was one of many South African Indians who played a pivotal role in ending apartheid. ON August 10, Standard Bank released a report assessing, among other things, how ...
 IOL1 month ago Strike a woman and you strike a rock  Cape Times1 month ago #WomensDay: A look back at the Women's Charter  Sunday Tribune1 month ago Pan-Africanism, Women's Rights and Socialist Development  Global Research1 month ago
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