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Three young chess players who could be the next world beaters 19.8.2017 Business Standard: Today
Chess is a hyper-competitive sport with hundreds of strong, hungry players
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Pro Kabaddi viewership jumps 68% in season 5 19.8.2017 Business Standard: Today
This year, STAR India changed the portfolio of channels that telecast the tournament
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Get skilled this weekend 18.8.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
I remember the day my mother came home from work with a special treat for my brother and me — an audio cassette of the latest Aamir Khan-Madhuri Dixit movie Dil. We listened to the songs more than a 100 times, tirelessly flipping the cassette over and over, Side A to Side B to Side A to Side B. We vowed to treasure that tape forever. We didn't factor in technology. Over the next two decades, we watched the rise of several miraculous inventions, and their overnight plunge into obsolescence. Cassettes, VCRs, floppy disks, film cameras; all consumed by the ruthless cycle of invention and disruption. It is not just technology that has seen this disruption. Society and all that we hold familiar and unshakeable is also going through this reinvention, sweeping into oblivion entire pages of a painstakingly acquired lexicon. One such casualty is the word "hobby". It has faded almost completely from usage, like ornate handwriting from the yellowed pages of an ancient diary. In fact, the word seems to have ...
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Delhi to showcase food processing industry from November 3-5 18.8.2017 HBL: Home
The World Food India 2017, the mega event planned by Centre from November 3-5 in New Delhi, will showcase the strengths of the Indian food processing industry and connect the global and domestic pla...
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Titan launches Design Awards 18.8.2017 deccanherald.com
Lifestyle company Titan in association with Tata Trusts on Friday launched the 'Design: Impact Awards for Social Change'. It's a project-based grant award that aims to positively impact the underprivileged communities and needs of the society, by encouraging and inspiring bright minds to design for the benefit of the society. Titan Company Managing Director Bhaskar Bhat said, "With the Design: Impact Awards, we aim to celebrate product design that brings about social change. Our aim is to recognise, support and promote visionary and transformative products and help them support as many lives as possible." Product design innovators and teams with prototyped and tested products are eligible to apply for the award and grant. Eligible entries are those that aim at resolving a social problem through a well-designed product or a system related with tangible/hard products. "We will conduct workshops, bootcamps, online sessions and other engagements for shortlisted candidates and grants up to Rs 65 lakh will be ...
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I-League bid evaluation committee asks interested parties to apply again 18.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The I-League bid evaluation committee on Friday asked the three prospective teams to bid again if they want to be part of the league as all three of them could not tick all the boxes in order to meet the criteria.
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Jaipur pip Bengaluru 30-28 in PKL thriller 18.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Jaipur Pink Panthers pipped Bengaluru Bulls 30-28 in a thrilling tie of the Pro Kabaddi League Season 5 of the inter zone challenge week at the Babu Banarasi Das Indoor Stadium here on Friday.
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Narayana Murthy hits back, says not chasing money or power 18.8.2017 HBL: Info-tech
Infosys co-founder and former Chairman NR Narayana Murthy on Friday said he was not seeking “any money, position for children, or power”, while expressing anguish over the board’s allegations that hi...
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Sikka logs out of Infy over ‘malicious’ campaign 18.8.2017 HBL: Info-tech
Says it’s difficult to enforce change agenda due to constant drumbeat of allegations; insinuations baseless, says Narayana Murthy
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Infosys board blames it all on founders 18.8.2017 HBL: Info-tech
Withdraws invitation to Narayana Murthy for a role on board
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No change in strategic direction of company: Ravi Venkatesan 18.8.2017 HBL: Info-tech
Board to go ahead with share buyback, begin search for successor to Sikka
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Three years of Sikka, and then what next? 18.8.2017 Deccan Herald - Business
Amidst continued friction between the board and the promoter founder, Infosys CEO and MD Vishal Sikka has decided to call quit at India's second largest IT company. The impact of the recent criticism of the company on Sikka was obvious in his resignation letter, assessed by DH. "Allegations that have been repeatedly proven false and baseless by multiple, independent investigations. But despite this, the attacks continue, and worse still, amplified by the very people from whom we all expected the most steadfast support in this great transformation. This continuous drumbeat of distractions and negativity over the last several months/quarters inhibits our ability to make positive change and stay focused on value creation," Sikka said in his letter. Joining from German multinational software corporation, Sikka took over as Infosys CEO and MD from SD Shibulal, one of the companys founders. A doctorate holder from Stanford University, Sikka set in motion the Vision 2020 for the company, with a focus on ...
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India's OrcaPod in race for Hyperloop competition by Elon Musk's SpaceX 18.8.2017 Latest News
India's only entry in competition is first formal step towards embracing futuristic transport
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Prince Jewellery to expand in South 18.8.2017 BusinessLine - National
Prince Gold and Diamonds India Pvt Ltd plans to strengthen its presence in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka. On the completion of its first year of operation in Coimbatore, Joseph Prince, Director, s...
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Mobile app for Karnataka teachers 18.8.2017 BusinessLine - National
Bengaluru-based social education start-up Meghshala Trust, supported by Tata Trusts, launched Meghshala (‘School on the Cloud’) offline mobile app on Google Play Store for the Android platform. The ...
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In poor taste 18.8.2017 HBL: Letters
Vishal Sikka’s resignation from Infosys comes at a time when recession’s looming large over the IT sector. With promoters on one side and the governing body on the other, it’s the employees’ morale ...
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Infosys CEO resigns after long-running feud with founders 18.8.2017 TOI: Intl Business
INFOSYS-CEO:Infosys CEO resigns after long-running feud with founders
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Infosys CEO resigns after long-running feud with founders 18.8.2017 Sify Finance
By Samantha Kareen Nair and Sankalp Phartiyal
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Everybody loves a good war 18.8.2017 Hindu: Home
Quasar Thakore Padamsee’s staging of what is hailed as the greatest anti-war statement brings Arundhati Nag back to the Mumbai stage after four decades
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Institutional investors hit as Infosys shares fall over CEO's resignation 18.8.2017 Business Standard: Markets & Investing
415 MF schemes have exposure to Infosys shares worth a total of Rs 21,240 cr
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