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Six new BSF camps planned to combat Maoists in Odisha

Six new BSF camps planned to combat Maoists in Odisha

28 Jul 2014

Koraput (Odisha): In order to contain the spread of Maoist activities in inter-state border and remote areas, police has chalked out a plan to set up six new BSF camps in Malkangiri, Koraput and Rayagada districts.

Maoists in Odisha,   Maoists in India,   Maoists attacks in Odisha,   BSF camp,   Malkangiri,  
Amazon plans five new warehouses in <strong>India</strong>

Amazon plans five new warehouses in India

28 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Amazon Seller Services India Pvt Ltd plans to open five more fulfillment centres (FCs) warehouses  in Delhi, Chennai, Jaipur, Ahmedabad and Tauru (outskirts of Gurgaon), the company said here on Monday.

Amazon,   warehouses,   Amazon Seller Services,   fulfillment centres,   SMBs,   Amazon India,  
OnePlus to launch ‘OP One’ in <strong>India</strong>

OnePlus to launch ‘OP One’ in India

28 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Chinese electronics company OnePlus is all set to enter the Indian smartphone market, following the Chinese tech giant Xiaomi.

OnePlus,   OP One,   Chinese electronics,   smartphone,   Xiaomi,   Chinese smartphones,  
Solanki sworn-in as Haryana Governor, to look into HSGPC row

Solanki sworn-in as Haryana Governor, to look into HSGPC row

27 Jul 2014

Chandigarh: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Kaptan Singh Solanki was on Sunday sworn in as the Governor of Haryana. He was administered the oath of office by acting Chief Justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court Ashutosh Mohunta at Haryana Raj Bhavan here.

Kaptan Singh Solanki,   Haryana Governor,   Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee,   Haryana gurudwaras ,  
<strong>India</strong> a huge force in shaping global digital future: Mozilla

India a huge force in shaping global digital future: Mozilla

28 Jul 2014

Washington: As the Internet penetration gains more strength, India is headed to be a huge force in shaping the digital future of the world, a top official of Mozilla Foundation, makers of Firefox webs browser has said.

Mozilla,   Firefox,   web,   humanity,   India,   global digital literacy,  
SGPC row: Akal Takht asks <strong>Sikh</strong> leaders to call off congregation

SGPC row: Akal Takht asks Sikh leaders to call off congregation

26 Jul 2014

Amritsar: In a bid to deescalate rising tension, the Akal Takht on Saturday directed that the planned Sikh congregations by ruling Akali Dal here and in Karnal on Sunday against Haryana government's move to create a separate gurudwara management committee in the state be called off.

SAD,   SGPC,   Akal Takht,   Jathedar Akal Takht Gyani Gurbachan Singh,   Avtar Singh Makkar,  
Kerry to woo Modi's <strong>India</strong>, but quick progress unlikely

Kerry to woo Modi's India, but quick progress unlikely

28 Jul 2014

Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry visits India this week as Washington tries to revitalize ties it sees as a counterbalance to China's rising power, but rapid progress is unlikely, despite the reformist reputation of India's new leader.

US Secretary of State,   John Kerry,   Narendra Modi,   India,   Chuck Hagel,  
<strong>Sikh</strong> basketball players should have rebelled: Bishan Bedi on turban row

Sikh basketball players should have rebelled: Bishan Bedi on turban row

26 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Furious at the recent incident of India's Sikh basketball players being asked to remove turbans at the Asia Cup in China, former cricket captain Bishan Singh Bedi on Saturday said the cagers should have walked out of the match instead of complying with the diktat.

Sikh basketball players,   FIBA,   China,   Bishan Singh Bedi,   turban row,  
Satisfied at polio-free <strong>India</strong>, but can't be complacent: Harsh Vardhan

Satisfied at polio-free India, but can't be complacent: Harsh Vardhan

28 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan says that he is happy about India being polio-free for three years and receiving WHO certification, but warned against becoming complacent and neglecting steps to save the country from getting re-infected by the polio virus.

Polio- free India,   Harsh Vardhan,   Union Health Minister,   WHO,   polio,  
Bacteria linked to obesity and diabetes found

Bacteria linked to obesity and diabetes found

25 Jul 2014

New York: Biologists have discovered an extremely widespread virus that could be as old as humans and could play a major role in obesity and diabetes. More than half the world's population is host to the newly described virus, named crAssphage, which infects one of the most common types of gut bacteria, Bacteroidetes, the findings showed.

Bacteria,   obesity,   diabetes,   biologist,   virus,   population,  

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