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Jio leapfrogs Mukesh Ambani in World's Greatest Leaders list

Richest Indian Mukesh Ambani and human rights lawyer Indira Jaising have been named by Fortune magazine as the World's Greatest Leaders of 2018. The Fortune's 2018 ranking of the 50 Greatest Leaders released today also has architect Balkrishna Doshi in the list which includes Apple CEO Tim Cook, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and football coach Nick Saban. Ambani, who turned 61 today, has "in less than two years, brought mobile data to the masses -- and completely upended the ..., 38 seconds ago

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Table tennis has found new star in Manika Batra

Ready to pass on the baton of burden to Manika, says Sharath IMAGE: Manika Batra was the star of India's successful Commonwealth Games campaign. Photograph: Jono Searle/Getty Images He has shouldered the burden of Indian table tennis for more than a decade and Sharath Kamal is now happy that the country has finally found a new star in Manika Batra.   Manika was the star of India's successful Commonwealth Games campaign with four medals including double gold in team event and women's ...
 Rediff.com20 minutes ago Table Tennis: Indian's Manika Batra and Mouma Das lose the first two games 5-11, 4-11 in the women's doubles final against their Singaporean opponents. The Indians have a mountain to climb if they are to clinch gold.  DNA5 days ago TT ace Manika hopes to emulate Saina, Sindhu  Rediff.com2 days ago

Indian woman pilgrim accepts Islam, marries in Pak: Reports

Kiran Bala, who went to Pakistan to attend the Baisakhi festival, changed her name to Amna Bibi.  An Indian Sikh woman, who went to Pakistan to attend the Baisakhi festival, has sought extension of her visa after marrying a man in Lahore and embracing Islam, media reports said on Thursday. Kiran Bala, daughter of Manohar Lal from Punjab's Hoshiarpur district, wrote to the Pakistan foreign office that her visa should be extended as she married one Mohammad Azam, resident of Lahore, during a ...
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MMTC::e-commerce::COTS::Commercial Off the Shelf

The online transactions are meant for sale of Indian gold coins and jewellery, domains where the trading giant has proven edge. MMTC Ltd, the state-owned trading entity, aims to launch a full-fledged portal for its e-commerce transactions by September this ...
 Afaqs38 minutes ago MMTC eyes Rs five billion turnover from e-commerce operations  Business Standard23 hours ago


Factoid Image: Factoid Author: Shaurya Singh Ever heard of Khashaba Jadhav? The first Indian to win individual medal in wrestling at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics. Born in a family of wrestlers, he won his first bout at the age of 8 against a local champion and ...
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Facebook not yet ready with digital payments on Messenger in India

New Delhi: Facebook has no plans as of now to bring digital payment facility to its Messenger application in India, informed sources said on Thursday. "There are currently no tests planned for recharges or peer-to-peer payments on Messenger in India," the ...
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Modi in UK: After 9-year hiatus, Indian PM to join 52 world leaders at CHOGM today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in the UK on Wednesday for a 3-day visit, will today spend his day in multilateral discussions as part of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM).
 DNA5 hours ago People know when they want something, Govt will listen and do it: PM Modi in UK  DNA12 hours ago PM addresses Indian Community in Stockholm  PIB21 hours ago Visit of Prime Minister of India to Sweden (16-17 April 2018)   PIB21 hours ago
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India welcomes tech partnership with UK

[United Kingdom], April 18 (ANI): India welcomed the United Kingdom initiative of establishing a UK-India Tech Hub in the country as part of growing bilateral technology partnership. The Tech Hub will bring together hi-tech companies to create investment and ...
 Sify11 hours ago India, UK agrees on multiple agreements on trade, investment and finance  Sify11 hours ago India, UK review defence cooperation  Sify20 hours ago No meeting has been planned between India-Pakistan in London: Indian envoy to UK  Sify1 day ago

Successful satellite launch can't hide ISRO's space issues

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) recently launched the replacement satellite for the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS). This launch happened even as ISRO is trying to re-establish communication with the launched GSAT-6A ...
 DNA8 hours ago ISRO Chairman briefs Dr Jitendra Singh about upcoming Moon mission 'Chandrayan-2'  PIB9 hours ago Indian navigation satellite's orbit raised further  Business Standard5 days ago

Gagan Shakti 2018: IAF shows no border area too desolate for its fighter jets

Deploying Advanced Landing Grounds (ALGs) in far-flung border areas, the Indian Air Force let pilots and support staff hone their skills in conducting operations in challenging conditions. Photo courtesy: Twitter/@IAF_MCC New Delhi: With more than just an eye ...
 Zee News7 hours ago Gagan Shakti 2018: Fighters, helicopters conduct ALG Operations  Sify11 hours ago
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