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Maharashtra to <strong>make</strong> e-tendering mandatory for projects over Rs 3 lakh

Maharashtra to make e-tendering mandatory for projects over Rs 3 lakh

19 Dec 2014

Mumbai: Aiming to bring in transparency and curb irregularities in the state administration, the Maharashtra government has decided to make e-tendering compulsory for projects over Rs 3 lakh.

Maharashtra government,   state administration,   e-tendering for projects,   Maharashtra projects over Rs 3 lakh,   manual tendering,  
Tweets with images, hashtags get more re-tweets

Tweets with images, hashtags get more re-tweets

19 Dec 2014

New York: A study, that analysed around two million tweets, found that images in a tweet increases the chance of getting re-tweeted for more than four times.

how to get retweeted,   twitter re-tweets,   Tweets with images,   Tweets with hashtags,   Tweets with links,   increasing chance of retweet,   Tweets with media,  
PM Modi moves in to speed up USD 300 billion stuck projects

PM Modi moves in to speed up USD 300 billion stuck projects

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken direct control of a project-monitoring body to fast-track investments worth almost USD 300 billion and revive manufacturing in the country, two concerned officials with direct knowledge of the matter said.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Investments,   Manufacturing,   PMO,   Indian economy,   Make in India ,  
Government receives 4,896 queries on '<strong>Make</strong> in India' portal

Government receives 4,896 queries on 'Make in India' portal

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The 'Make in India' web portal has received as many as 4,896 queries, with food processing sector attracting maximum enquiries from investors, Parliament was informed on Wednesday.

Make in India programme,   Make in India web portal,   Make in India website,   queries for Indian government,   enquiries from investors,   Nirmala Sitharaman,  
National conclave on <strong>how</strong> to nourish tribal children

National conclave on how to nourish tribal children

16 Dec 2014

Bhubaneswar: A national conclave would be held here next month to work out strategies for properly nourishing tribal children who suffer from chronic under-nutrition.

Odisha,   Union Tribal Affairs Ministry,   Government of Odisha,   UNICEF,   Yumi Bae,   ,  
Cyrus Sahukar spreads cheer in NGOs, hospital

Cyrus Sahukar spreads cheer in NGOs, hospital

17 Dec 2014

Mumbai: Ahead of Christmas,  actor-comedian Cyrus Sahukar spread cheer, laughter and happiness at NGOs and at a hospital here. His visit was part of an English entertainment channel Comedy Central's initiative 'Spread the Cheer'.

Cyrus Sahukar,   actor-comedian,   English entertainment channel,   Comedy Central,   Make a Wish foundation,   Teach for India,   Masina Hospital,   ,  
<strong>How</strong> the Sun could <strong>make</strong> sea water potable

How the Sun could make sea water potable

03 Dec 2014

London:  A Britain-based firm Desolenator has developed a ground-breaking prototype that uses just the power of the Sun to turn sea water into drinking water.

Sun,   Sea water,   Minerals in Water,   William Janssen,   ,  
I will be working this New Year: John Abraham

I will be working this New Year: John Abraham

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Actor-producer John Abraham, who got married in January this year, says he would be working on this New Year's eve. The 41-year-old star said he will be shooting for his upcoming movie 'Welcome Back' this new year.

Make A Wish Foundation,   NGO,   Charities Aid Foundation,   Anees Bazmee,   Welcome Back,   John Abraham,   New Year,   ,  
Check out: Ten reasons that <strong>make</strong> PK a must watch!

Check out: Ten reasons that make PK a must watch!

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Aamir Khan starrer 'PK' is the most anticipated film of  2014. From controversial posters to quirky trailers, the gimmicks have worked well for the film as it has garnered much publicity long before its release.

PK,   Aamir Khan,   Anushka Sharma,   Sanjay Dutt,   Boman Irani,   Rajkumar Hirani,   Vidhu Vinod Chopra,  
More flexible digital communication to <strong>make</strong> way soon

More flexible digital communication to make way soon

15 Dec 2014

Washington: A new theory that could yield more-reliable communication protocols for digital devices has been developed by researchers led by an Indian-origin scientist.

flexible digital communication,   reliable communication protocols,   digital devices,   Madhu Sudan,   Massachusetts Institute of Technology,   Microsoft Research New England,  

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