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World Youth Skills Day held 16.7.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
World Youth Skills Day held
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World Youth Skills Day 16.7.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
World Youth Skills Day
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Whenever you see colour at Fifa World Cup 2018, think of Berger Paints 14.7.2018 Rediff: Business
Company's loss-making Russian arm painted three World Cup soccer venues, and two airports to break even this fiscal; Berger now mulls acquiring competing painting companies.
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"Establish Art galleries, prevent students from wasting money in other countries" 14.7.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
"Establish Art galleries, prevent students from wasting money in other countries"
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In Pics: A tribute to Frida Kahlo's style legacy 14.7.2018 Rediff: GetAhead
65 years after her death, her sense of style is the focus of an exhibition at the London museum.
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Shri J P Nadda inaugurates workshop on Population Stabilisation to mark World Population Day 11.7.2018 Govt of india: PIB
“We are addressing the issue of population stabilization in the country within the lifecycle framework. As part of this strategy, right from the time of conception till the child grows, various programs of the Ministry cater to the needs of immunization of the pregnant mother and the child, carrying on till the adolescent stage and further.
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Snapchat may soon let you shop at Amazon 10.7.2018 DNA: Top News
If you are an avid Snapchat user, you might soon be able to use it to shop at Amazon. An app researcher has discovered a code indicating a Camera Search or Visual Search feature. As the name suggests, the feature would allow you to scan objects and barcodes to show you results from Amazon, Engadget reported. It is not clear as to when the feature will officially roll out, but when it does, it would seek to place Snapchat more than just a platform for sharing messaging and possibly get the service a cut from the purchases.  Taking photographs for Instagram or Snapchat to document and remember a memorable experience may be counterproductive, say scientists who found that the act of clicking pictures impairs people's memories of the event. "People think that taking a photo will help them remember something better, but it's actually quite the contrary," said Julia Soares, doctoral student at University of California, Santa Cruz. In a set of experiments, researchers invited people to a virtual museum tour ...
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Guv hails Sangeet Sattra for promotion of Sattriya dance 10.7.2018 The Assam Tribune
Guv hails Sangeet Sattra for promotion of Sattriya dance
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He Makes History Speak 7.7.2018 Rediff: News
'We like to tell the rest of the world that we did it better, that we were stronger, that we had larger cities, that we taught them science,' Naman Ahuja tells Anjali Puri.
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World Cup diary: Neymar joins Messi and Ronaldo in Kazan mural club 5.7.2018 Rediff: Sports
It has been a busy World Cup for Kazan's mural artists and in the early hours of Thursday morning they were back at work again painting the face of Neymar on a wall behind the Brazil team hotel.
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Refinery launches Swachh Bharat fortnight 3.7.2018 The Assam Tribune
Refinery launches Swachh Bharat fortnight
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Jobs not lacking, data on jobs lacking: Modi 2.7.2018 Sify Finance
The opposition has been painting a picture of "their choice" on the job front because there is not sufficient data available on employment, says Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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Clicking photos for Instagram, Snapchat is making your brain forget the real memory! 2.7.2018 DNA: Top News
Taking photographs for Instagram or Snapchat to document and remember a memorable experience may be counterproductive, say scientists who found that the act of clicking pictures impairs people's memories of the event. "People think that taking a photo will help them remember something better, but it's actually quite the contrary," said Julia Soares, doctoral student at University of California, Santa Cruz. In a set of experiments, researchers invited people to a virtual museum tour where they looked at paintings on computer screens, knowing they would be tested on what they saw. Researchers compared how well participants remembered the paintings following three scenarios: when they just looked at the images; when they looked and took pictures using a camera phone; and when they took pictures using Snapchat. The picture-takers consistently scored worse - by as much as 20 per cent - on multiple choice tests about what they had seen.  Soares thought that the result could be chalked up to the phenomenon ...
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A tryst with the young girls of Jananidham 2.7.2018 DNA: Recent Columns
Smelling and feeling the first rain of the season, last week, I was led into Jananidham with Kumkum Tilak and a Tulsi plant, by little girls, Sneha and Jasmine. They were dressed in white, frilly frocks with sequins and welcomed us with a song and dance. The innocent happiness on their faces touched me, just as the gentle rain fell all around this little haven, nestled on the banks of the Tapi River. Specially run by a Community Based Organisation, Jananidham is home for orphan and destitute children with HIV. We then interacted with the fifty girls, from age 6 to 22, staying there. I was moved by their dreams and aspirations, as they lived as one beautiful family. Attending regular school, vocational classes, creating handicrafts ranging from cards, bead jewels, stuffed toys and paintings, these girls were amazing in their creativity, too. Starting the day at 4.30 AM, their daily schedule includes prayers, Yoga, recreation and play, in addition to a full day at school. Since these are HIV positive ...
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Th Radheshyam urges to provide names of children who are not in formal school 28.6.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
Th Radheshyam urges to provide names of children who are not in formal school
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Young hands give a boost to Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan in rural areas 26.6.2018 DNA: Money
The Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies (VIPS) enlisted a group of students for the Swachh Bharat Summer Internship Programme to promote the idea of clean India in rural areas. The programme is witnessing massive participation of youth from across the country. Volunteers worked as 'swachhta promoters' in NDMC Primary School at Badli where they taught young students and did a variety of activities such as wall painting, essay writing and on the last day of the internship, volunteers organised a special self-made street play based on the theme Swachha Bharat Abhiyaan. "We feel immense pleasure to inculcate the idea of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in this new generation of young and ignited minds. Their enthusiasm towards learning is our key to cleaner and better future and hearty thanks to the government which enabled us to lend our hands in this noble cause," said Vineet Vats, Treasurer, VIPS. Swachh Bharat Summer Internship is a step to encourage the call for a cleaner and greener India which was ...
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Malaysia arrests Najib ex-aide in 1MDB probe: media 25.6.2018 DNA: Opinion
Malaysian authorities have made the first arrest in a renewed probe into the multi-billion dollar scandal at state fund 1MDB, remanding a former aide of ousted prime minister Najib Razak to assist in investigations, Bernama news reported on Monday. Malaysia's new government led by the 92-year-old Mahathir Mohamad reopened investigations into billions of dollars allegedly siphoned out of 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB)after Najib's administration lost a general election in May, fuelled by anger over the scandal and rising living costs. On Monday, a magistrate's court granted an application by anti-graft officials to remand Najib's former aide for a week to assist in their investigations into 1MDB, according to a report by national newswire Bernama. The 42-year-old aide, described in the report as having worked for Najib since 2009, was arrested on Sunday night after giving a statement at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's (MACC) headquarters in the administrative capital of Putrajaya. Earlier ...
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DNA Jaipur 10th Anniversary: Let’s take the girl child on this transformative journey 23.6.2018 DNA: Top News
Despite its rich history and monumental splendour, Rajasthan, let’s face it, has been a backward state. There is no denying, however, that the state has been witnessing steady growth and economic prowess over the past few years. The past decade, in fact, has indeed been a vibrant one for Rajasthan. Rajasthan actually is about colour, gaiety and celebrations. Small wonder then that there are festivals galore in the state – from Gangaur and Teej to Pushkar and the Desert fairs! In the recent years, there has been a rise in the number of festivals like the world renowned Jaipur Literature Festival, Sufi festival, Rajasthan Heritage Week, Udaipur World Music Festival, Jaipur Jewellery Show, Jaipur Art Summit, among others. Another addition to the annual calendar of Rajasthan is the ‘Sawai Madhopur Utsav’ which is a festival of rich heritage, culture and celebrates the art and craft of the region. Known for its historical monuments and rich folk culture, the state now also has a distinctive identity for its ...
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World Cup diary: Russia coach wins graffiti honour 22.6.2018 Rediff: Sports
Stanislav Cherchesov is getting the big graffiti treatment in Russia after coaching the home team to the second round of the World Cup for the first time in 32 years.
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Aarohan starts new admissions 13.6.2018 The Assam Tribune
Aarohan starts new admissions
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