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Cyberconflict: Artificial intelligence is the weapon of the next Cold War 30.1.2018 Business Standard: Tech World
As during the Cold War after World War II, nations are developing and building weapons based on advanced technology
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KSB Pumps gets Rs 413-cr order from NPCIL; shares surge 5% 29.1.2018 General News
KSB Pumps today said it has received an order worth Rs 413 crore from the Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL). In a regulatory filing, the company said the order is for supply of primary collant pumps and electric motor along with auxiliaries and accessories for their Gorakhpur Haryana Anu Vidhyut Pariyojana Project 1 and 2. The sales/supply of products/services for these orders will be in a phased manner during the year 2022 and 2023, it added. Shares of the Mumbai-based industrial machinery maker rose 5 per cent to settle at Rs 915 apiece on the BSE.
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KSB Pumps secures orders worth Rs 413 crore 29.1.2018 General News
From Nuclear Power Corporation of India
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KSB Pumps heads higher after receiving orders 29.1.2018 General News
KSB Pumps gained 3.32% to Rs 900 at 9:40 IST on BSE after the company said that it has received orders of around Rs 413 crore from Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL).
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China's People's Liberation Army publishes new military training manual 28.1.2018 Business Standard: News Now
The Central Military Commission headed by President Xi Jinping has approved the outline for military training
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Mann ki Baat: Padma award selection process transformed, says Narendra Modi 28.1.2018 Business Standard: News Now
In the year's first Mann Ki Baat programme PM Modi said, "now anyone can recommend anyone" for the Padmashree Award
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Padma award selection process transformed: Full text of PM's Mann ki Baat 28.1.2018 News
In the year's first Mann Ki Baat programme PM Modi said, "now anyone can recommend anyone" for the Padmashree Award
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Australia Group done, NSG next? 26.1.2018 Deccan Herald - Opinion
Last week, India became the 43rd member of the Australia Group, one of the four elite technology export control groups, the other three being MTCR (Missile Technology Control Regime), Wassenaar Arrangement and the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). India became a member of the MTCR and Wassenaar Arrangement in 2016 and 2017 respectively. Indias entry into the Australia Group on January 19, 2018 didnt surprise international relations observers as this was on expected lines. Joining three elite groups in three consecutive years is being considered a big diplomatic win, but the biggest hurdle is in the path of the most important of these control regimes - the NSG. The NSG is a 48-member group of nuclear supplier countries that seeks to stem the proliferation of nuclear weapons through the implementation of two sets of guidelines for nuclear exports and nuclear-related exports. Last year, China, which is a member of the NSG, stonewalled Indias entry into this group. Indias path into three of the four technology ...
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Natural partners in the Asian century 26.1.2018 Hindu: Lead
There is a need for a fresh perspective in India’s China policy
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South Africa has no money for major nuclear expansion, Ramaphosa says 25.1.2018 Reuters: World News
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - South Africa does not have money for a major expansion of its nuclear capacity, the new leader of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) said on Thursday, in the clearest sign yet that its ambitious nuclear plans may be put on ...
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On eve of Trump trip, EU leaders warn against nationalism 25.1.2018 Reuters: World News
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - European leaders warned at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Wednesday against a return to nationalism, with France's Emmanuel Macron and Germany's Angela Merkel calling for more global cooperation to harness the forces of ...
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Your choice: Save 1% of income for 30 years or retire just 3-6 months later 24.1.2018 All PF Stories
Waiting a few months has enormous perks no matter how much you make
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John Abraham's Parmanu will be a game-changer, says producer Prernaa A... 24.1.2018 DNA: Bangalore
John Abraham's Parmanu will be a game-changer, says producer Prernaa A...
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Let commanders take call: VK Chaturvedi 24.1.2018 DNA: Mumbai
Given the recent incursions, cease fire violations, and cross-border infiltration by Pakistan troops, a retired general of the Indian army is of the view that local commanders on the borders should be given more freedom to deal with this problem.  Speaking at a valedictory session at South Asia Studies Centre, the University of Rajasthan, Lt general VK Chaturvedi said India needs to focus on delegation of power on borders. “Give the powers to the local commanders. We need to have confidence in them to deal with Pakistan. Even if they have to cross the border, give a lesson or send a message, let it be their prerogative. “It should not be controlled or centralised with the highest leadership of the country.  The army is capable of dealing with challenges with Pakistan,” Chaturvedi said. Talking about Pakistan being a nuclear power, he said it is just a deterrent, and the space for the conventional war cannot be overlooked.  As far as India’s nuclear policy is concerned, he said, nuclear powers are of ‘no ...
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‘Efforts on to make Madurai an industrial hub’ 23.1.2018 Hindu: Cities
Efforts are being made to boost the relationship between the small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Madurai and corporates across the world, according to Revenue Minister R.B. Udayakumar.He ina...
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8 new bird species found in Kaiga plant vicinity 22.1.2018 Deccan Herald - State
As many as eight new bird species, including Indian Swiftlet, Wetramped Spane Tail, Eurasian Hobby, Northern Pintail, Northern Shoveler, Yuvre Belly Cuckoo, Greater Spotted Eagle and Eurasian Sparrow Hawk, were photo recorded for the first time in and around Kaiga nuclear power plant during the Kaiga Bird Marathon-2018 that was held on Sunday. More than 115 bird enthusiasts from Bengaluru, Hubballi-Dharwad, Goa, including students of Sirsi Forestry College, members of North Karnataka Bird Watchers Association and others combed the forests of Kaiga to record various species of birds in the region. The marathon is being organised for the last eight years to create awareness among people regarding harmlessness of the nuclear power plant in the region. Birds are the first to feel any changes in the environment and desert the places if they find place harmful, said organisers. Site Director of Kaiga plant, Sanjaykumar, who inaugurated the event, said year-on-year there had been an increase in the number of ...
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From deep space and inside earth 22.1.2018 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Till the early part of last century, astronomy was traditionally associated with the detection of light from celestial sources. Astronomy with other forms of light - photons - arrived on the scene in the 1930s with radio astronomy and infrared, X-ray, Gamma ray following it in the next few decades. However, the particle which has eventually competed with photons in solving the mystery of the cosmos is the neutrino, which was predicted in the 1930s as a possible solution to an academic puzzle. Since then, we have a deeper understanding of the particle world in which neutrino is recognised as one of the fundamental particles of nature called leptons. Additionally, three types of neutrinos - electron neutrino, muon neutrino and tau neutrino - have also been discovered. Neutrinos are neutral particles and have very little interaction with other forms of matter. These can traverse distances of continents without any or little interaction. This necessitates that detectors have to be huge to record any ...
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With Trade, Education On List, Justin Trudeau To Visit India In February 22.1.2018 NDTV News - India-news
With an "aim to further strengthen bilateral relations" Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be on a state visit to India from February 17 to 23. This would be Mr Trudeau's second meeting with...
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Toshiba considering IPO for memory chip unit - FT 22.1.2018 General News
TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp is considering an IPO of its prized memory chip business if an agreed $18 billion sale to a Bain Capital-led consortium fails to gain antitrust approval by the end of March, the Financial Times reported on Monday.
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Changing power paradigms 21.1.2018 HBL: Opinion
How soon will the ‘China Age’ take over the world?
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