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Maharashtra MoU with Unicef, Tata Trust to check malnutrition
DNA India

Maharashtra government signs MoU with Jamshedji Tata Trust, UN...

Maharashtra government's Women and Child Development department today said it has signed a MoU with the Jamshedji Tata Trust and UNICEF to launch a pilot community project to tackle the issue of child malnutrition in the state's tribal district, Nandurbar. Economic Times, 1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

It's a walk in the park on this SoBo footpath

MIRROR TEST DRIVE: Citizens give the thumbs up to Jamshedji Tata Road sidewalk, which has been remodelled under the civic body's new 'Pedestrian First' policy. Two weeks after the BMC completed remodelling of a sidewalk along Jamshedji Tata Road, ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
Irish Mirror

Video shows horrific moment teenage student shoots and kills coach by accident

This video shows the moments before a student shoots dead his shooting coach 'by accident'.Jamshedji H, 16, can be seen raising a gun and pointing it at his teacher Andrei Kiselev, who
 Big News Network2 weeks ago Warning graphic video: 'Joking' student guns down coach at shooting range  Electric New Paper2 weeks ago
Al Jazeera

Women architects: Building change

By | Al Jazeera Women are architecture's original rebels. Over 120 years ago, they insisted that architecture schools and professional organisations open their doors to women, arguing that the field would thrive (or wither) according to the ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News5 days ago
Times of India

Brit joke singes ties with US — a bit

WASHINGTON: When it's three o'clock in New York, it's still 1938 in London, the American comedienne Bette Midler once joked. Make that 1814? No, Americans may not find that funny now. In a contretemps of hilarious or provocative proportions, ...
 Times of India5 days ago

A look at India's new Army Chief

I hope politi­cal master­s remain in charge of preven­ting a milita­ry chief from implem­enting a milita­ry extrav­aganza The writer is a retired lieutenant colonel of the Pakistan Army and is currently pursuing PhD ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

This I-Day, don’t break free

Did you know that the Horniman Circle, formerly known as Bombay Green, was renamed after the editor of the Bombay Chronicle — Benjamin Guy Horniman, who despite being a Britisher, advocated Indian independence? Did you know that Balgangadhar Tilak was tried ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago

Let's honour Sam Bahadur with the Bharat Ratna now

Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw take a salute as he reviews a parede by 61 Cavalry, the only horse mounted regiment of the Indian Army in Delhi. I can't claim to know what the Prime Minister is thinking but if my hunch is correct I feel it would not ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

'Need to bring back discipline in Nagpur University'

NAGPUR: Putting up a brave face despite being mired in controversies, on Monday said the nine decades old institution needed to regain its lost glory with collaborative efforts from all quarters. Delivering his presidential address on NU's 91st ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Dr.Bhabha Bungalow finally auctioned

Mumbai : The father of Atomic Programs in India Dr. Homi Jahangir Bhabha's bungalow situated in Malabar Hill finally sold out today. NCPA finally sold out this bunglow at a cost of Rs 372 crore.Though the BRC workers and several scientists tried to ...
 IndiaTV News2 months ago
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