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These companies want their employees to connect on Facebook, Twitter
Times of India

These companies want their employees to connect on Facebook, T...

NEW DELHI: When most companies are blocking employee access to social media networks, a few are going the other extreme. They are encouraging their staffers to be on social media, even running contests around Facebook, WhatsApp and Dubsmash. At the ... Times of India, 2 days ago

Industry stakeholders hail smart cities initiative

Hailing the smart cities projects and two others that were launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday, industry stakeholders said they will generate a lot of employment opportunities in the country. "Once these initiatives are actually ...
 SME Times6 days ago Indian industry hails smart cities initiative  Chennai Online1 week ago
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Urban Development Schemes Likely to Infuse Rs 4L Cr, Add 34 Lakh Jobs

Urban development initiatives, Smart Cities Mission and Housing for All, unveiled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today, are likely to infuse Rs 4 lakh crore once integrated with other missions like Digital India and Swachh Bharat, say industry ...
 Outlook India6 days ago `Urban development initiatives to create 34 lakh jobs`  ZeeNews.com1 week ago Urban development initiatives to create 34 lakh jobs: Experts  Economic Times1 week ago Modi government's urban development initiatives to create 34 lakh jobs: Assocham  DNA India1 week ago
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Monsoon getaways are cheaper on your pocket

Image: Uttarakhand's Valley of Flowers. Photograph: Araghu/Wikimedia Commons Hotels, airlines offer discounts to attract customers during lean season; attractions include treks, nature trails, spa and wellness packages  If you are the kind who likes to avoid travelling during monsoons, it's time to re-think your holiday plans. A monsoon holiday can be cheaper because of discounts on air tickets and hotel packages. And with fewer tourists around, you can be sure of enjoying a leisurely ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Four arrested with paper on phones

NEW DELHI: Four BCom students were arrested on Tuesday after DU registered its first police complaint in connection with the School of Open Learning exam leak. Police suspect DU employees connived with teachers at coaching centres to leak five exam ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago
International Business Times India

India Announces 38-Man Preliminary Squad for Football World Cup Asian Qualifiers

India football team head coach Stephen Constantine is looking forward to AIFF's official website India national football team head coach Stephen Constantine has announced the 38-man preliminary squad for the upcoming second round of the 2018 ...
 International Business Times India1 month ago India's list of 38 probables announced ahead of WC qualifiers  MSN News US1 month ago FIFA World Cup qualifiers: India coach announces list of probables  Rediff.com1 month ago 2018 World Cup Qualifiers: Stephen Constantine announces list of 38 probables  Economic Times1 month ago
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Guitar E Robi pays tribute to Tagore

A bunch of young musician came together to pay their respects to Rabindranath Tagore through Guitar E Robi II, the second instalment of an annual event organized by Sumit Nandi. The idea was born quite simply. Around April, that is, about a month ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Thank god it's Monday at Eden

Calcutta shook off the Monday morning blues at work by indulging in some IPL therapy in the evening. Be it a number-crunching bank official or a doctor deluged by patients, the antidote to a stressful day at work was a four-hour capsule of ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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From Rediff archives: Netaji did not die in air crash, says web site

As two recently declassified Intelligence Bureau reveal that the Jawaharlal Nehru government had spied on the family of Subhas Chandra Bose for nearly two decades, one of India's political mysteries takes centrestage. Rediff.com reproduces this 2006 report in which Sumit Bhattacharya reported that a website claims that Netaji, in fact, did not die in an air crash, as was being believed, and that Netaji was traced to Russia.    One of India’s longest-running political ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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