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Datawind to unveil mobile phones with free <strong>basic</strong> Internet

Datawind to unveil mobile phones with free basic Internet

26 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Low cost mobile device maker Datawind has earmarked about Rs 150 crore to launch mobile phones with free basic Internet services for one year to start with. These phones will cost Rs 3,000 per unit.

Datawind,   mobile phones,   basic internet,  low cost mobile,  
Bill Haas survives final-hole scare, wins Humana Challenge

Bill Haas survives final-hole scare, wins Humana Challenge

26 Jan 2015

Bill Haas survived a scare at the final hole to earn a one-stroke victory over five players at the USD 5.7 million Humana Challenge in the California desert on Sunday.

Bill Haas,   Humana Challenge,   California desert,   PGA West Palmer course,   Bob Hope Classic,  
BCCI waiting for Jaitley to decide on future <strong>course</strong> of action

BCCI waiting for Jaitley to decide on future course of action

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The BCCI top brass is waiting for the return of Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, a former Board Vice President, to decide on the future course of action in the wake of the Supreme Court order barring sidelined President N Srinivasan from contesting elections.

BCCI,   Arun Jaitley,   Supreme Court,   N Srinivasan,   BCCI election ,  
Lokpal, CVC, CIC appointments in due <strong>course</strong>: Jitendra Singh

Lokpal, CVC, CIC appointments in due course: Jitendra Singh

18 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Rejecting charge of any deliberate delay, Union minister Jitendra Singh on Sunday said the appointments in Lokpal, CVC and CIC will happen in due course of time. He said the government was committed to strengthen CBI and ensure its independence and smooth functioning.

Jitendra Singh,   Lokpal,   CVC,   CIC,   government of India,   CBI,  
Uttar Pradesh in dilemma over recruitment of 1.22 lakh teachers

Uttar Pradesh in dilemma over recruitment of 1.22 lakh teachers

10 Apr 2011

The Education Department of Uttar Pradesh is in a dilemma over the recruitment of 1.22 lakh teachers in the district board schools. Since the applicants with requisite degrees from outside states have also applied in large numbers, the SCERT has sought opinion from Law department about their candidature.

Uttar Pradesh,   education department,   Basic Teaching Course (BTC),   teachers recruitment,   State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT),  
ASF asks Arunachal government to extend <strong>basic</strong> facilities in colleges

ASF asks Arunachal government to extend basic facilities in colleges

03 Jan 2015

Itanagar: The Arunachal Student's Federation (ASF) has requested the state government to streamline the education sector by strictly implementing the RTE Act and providing all necessary facilities at schools and colleges - both government and private - in the state.

ASF,   Arunahal government,   college facilities,   RTE act ,  
LaFerrari to dazzle at Mumbai Super Car Show

LaFerrari to dazzle at Mumbai Super Car Show

08 Jan 2015

Mumbai: A rare treat of top cars awaits super car aficionados at the Parx Super Car Show scheduled here over the weekend, which will include the showstopper LaFerrari that can zoom at a dizzying 350 km per hour.

Super cars,   Parx Super Car Show,   Mumbai Super Car show,   LaFerrari,   Audi,   Lamborghini,   Mercedes,   Aston Martin,   Porsche,   Ferrari,   Bentley,   BMW,   Rolls Royce,   Mahalaxmi Race Course,  
KVS to teach Sanskrit in Classes XI, XII

KVS to teach Sanskrit in Classes XI, XII

09 Dec 2014

New Delhi: After replacing German with Sanskrit as third language from Classes VI to VIII, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) has decided to revive a policy of teaching Sanskrit in Classes XI and XII.

KVS,   Sanskrit,   Sanskrit teaching,   Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan,   HRD,   Smriti Irani,  
Japan heads to polls with Abe on <strong>course</strong> to retain power

Japan heads to polls with Abe on course to retain power

14 Dec 2014

Tokyo: Voters began casting ballots in Japan on Sunday for a general election likely to return Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to power, and billed as a referendum on his economic policy.

Voting in Japan,   general election in Japan,   Shinzo Abe,   economic policy of Japan,  
Mozilla kicks off global 'digital literacy' programme

Mozilla kicks off global 'digital literacy' programme

12 Jul 2014

Washington: The Mozilla Foundation is expecting more than 1, 00,000 people to participate in a series of events in at least 368 locations, including in India, over the next two months teaching basic Internet use and other digital skills.

Mozilla,   digital literacy programme,   teaching basic Internet,   Webmaker,   Web,  

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