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<strong>Bihar</strong> to skill up one crore youth by 2020: CM Nitish Kumar

Bihar to skill up one crore youth by 2020: CM Nitish Kumar

29 Mar 2015

Patna: The Bihar government is planning to skill up one crore youth in the state in a time span of five years to make them compete globally for industries requiring skilled workforce, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Saturday.

Bihar government,   youth skill development,   Nitish Kumar,   Bihar Chief Minister,  
Goa government tones down its dress <strong>code</strong> diktat

Goa government tones down its dress code diktat

28 Mar 2015

Panaji: Goa's Art and Culture department has withdrawn its circular on dress code in office and allowed semi-formal and smart casuals for its staff in a fresh direction.

Goa government,   Goa dress code order,   Goa art and culture department,   sleeveless clothes,   Goa government employee dress,  
India's own version of  ‘Game of Thrones’?

India's own version of ‘Game of Thrones’?

28 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Television actress Sakshi Tanwar, who rose to fame with Ekta Kapoor’s ‘Kahaani Ghar Ghar Ki’, is all set to star in a new period drama, titled ‘Rani Mahal’.

Game of Thrones,   Kahaani Ghar Ghar Ki,   Sakshi Tanwar,   Code Red,   Rani Mahal ,  
Airtel, RCom gain capability for 4G <strong>service</strong> across country

Airtel, RCom gain capability for 4G service across country

28 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Bharti Airtel and Reliance Communications (RCom) have gained capability to provide 4G services across the country as they bagged requisite spectrum in the concluded spectrum auction. RIL's telecom arm Reliance Jio already has pan-India 4G spectrum.

Airtel,   Rcom,   Reliance Communication,   4G services,   pan India 4G spectrum,   spectrum auction,   spectrum bidding ,  
Malaysian court to <strong>rule</strong> next week on Anwar's royal pardon

Malaysian court to rule next week on Anwar's royal pardon

27 Mar 2015

Kuala Lumpur: A court here will announce its decision next week on petition for a royal pardon to Malaysia's jailed opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim over his sodomy conviction.

Anwar Ibrahim,   royal pardon,   Malaysian court,   sodomy conviction,  
Jagran Pehel sets up Bihar's first ever bio-digester community toilet

Jagran Pehel sets up Bihar's first ever bio-digester community toilet

28 Mar 2015

New Delhi: In a bid to end the trend of open defecation, particularly in rural areas, 'Jagran Pehel', in association with 'Jagran Prakashan Ltd' and Bihar government, has set up state's first ever 'bio-digester community toilet' at Nathnagar block in Bhagalpur district.

Jagran Pehel,   Jagran Prakashan Ltd,   bio-digester community toilet,   community toilet in Bihar,   open defecation,  
Resolution for Diwali stamp introduced in US Senate

Resolution for Diwali stamp introduced in US Senate

27 Mar 2015

Washington: Two influential American lawmakers have introduced a resolution in the US Senate calling on the US Postal Service to issue a postal stamp to commemorate the festival of Diwal.

Diwali stamp,   US Senate,   US Postal Service,   Diwali festival,  
Now capable of providing 4G pan-India: RCom

Now capable of providing 4G pan-India: RCom

27 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Telecom operator Reliance Communications (RCom) on Friday said it has gained capability to provide 4G services across the country on the back of spectrum won by it in the recently concluded spectrum auction.

RCom,   Reliance Communications,   RCom 4G services,   RCom India,   RCom India 4G service,  
Congress leader takes a dig at Goa's dress <strong>code</strong> order

Congress leader takes a dig at Goa's dress code order

25 Mar 2015

Panaji: Taking a dig at Goa's Art and Culture Department's order asking its employees not to wear sleeveless clothes, jeans and T-shirts during office hours, Congress leader Alexio Reginaldo on Wednesday said people should be allowed to wear what they want.

Congress,   Goa dress code,   Goa Art and Culture Department,   Alexio Reginaldo,  
New Zealand, South Africa <strong>rule</strong> out sledging

New Zealand, South Africa rule out sledging

23 Mar 2015

Auckland: Four years after New Zealand beat South Africa in a spiteful World Cup clash, rival captains Brendon McCullum and AB de Villiers were pledging nothing but niceness on the eve of a crucial semi-final.

Brendon McCullum,   AB de Villiers,   ICC World Cup 2015,   New Zealand vs South Africa,   Cricket world cup semi finals,  

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