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HRD Ministry to equip govt schools with <strong>latest</strong> ICT services

HRD Ministry to equip govt schools with latest ICT services

02 Sep 2014

New Delhi: HRD Ministry is working to boost the standing of government schools by making them equipped with latest information communication and technology (ICT) services through which parents will receive messages on their mobile phone about the attendance, homework and academic performance of their wards.

HRD Ministry,   ICT,   HRD Minister,   Smriti Irani,   information communication and technology,  
Gone in seconds! Xiaomi Redmi 1S goes out of stock on Flipkart

Gone in seconds! Xiaomi Redmi 1S goes out of stock on Flipkart

02 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Chinese handset maker Xiaomi on Tuesday put its ‘Redmi 1S’ smartphone on sale for the fisrt time on e-commerce site Flipkart which was sold out in mere seconds.

Budget smartphone,   Redmi 1S,   Redmi 1s price,   Redmi 1s sale,   Redmi 1s specs,   Xiaomi,   Smartphones,   Flash sale,   Flipkart,   Hugo Barra,   Out of stock,   Chinese handset maker,  
Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in China ahead of Xi's visit to India

Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in China ahead of Xi's visit to India

01 Sep 2014

Beijing: Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman arrived in Beijing on Monday for talks with her Chinese counterpart as part of preparations for Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India later this month, which is expected to be dominated by trade and investment initiatives.

Beijing,   Commerce Minister,   Nirmala Sitharaman,   Chinese counterpart,   Chinese President,   Xi Jinping,   India,   trade,   investment,  
 Pak <strong>military</strong> expresses serious concern over political crisis

Pak military expresses serious concern over political crisis

01 Sep 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan's powerful military expressed serious concern over the prevailing political turmoil in the country with the government of embattled Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif locked in a showdown with protesters.

Pak military,   political crisis,   Nawaz Sharif,   General Raheel Sharif,  
India, Japan set to 'upgrade' defence cooperation

India, Japan set to 'upgrade' defence cooperation

01 Sep 2014

Tokyo: India and Japan on Monday decided to ‘upgrade’ and ‘strengthen’ their defence cooperation as they asked officials to launch consultations to promote military equipment collaboration and accelerate discussions on modalities for the sale of Japanese US-2 amphibian aircraft.

India and Japan,   defence cooperation,   military equipment collaboration,   amphibian aircraft,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   summit-level talks,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,   ,  
China asks Microsoft to explain monopoly charges

China asks Microsoft to explain monopoly charges

01 Sep 2014

Beijing: Microsoft vice-president David Chen and other staff members have been questioned by a special Chinese investigation team on the world's largest software company's alleged monopoly activities in China and asked the firm to provide a written explanation within 20 days.

Microsoft vice-president,   David Chen,   China,   Chinese investigation team,   State Administration for Industry & Commerce,   Microsoft ,  
US airdrops aid, conducts airstrikes in besieged Iraqi town

US airdrops aid, conducts airstrikes in besieged Iraqi town

31 Aug 2014

Washington: The US military has conducted humanitarian air drop in the besieged Iraqi town of Amrili, home to thousands of Shia Turkomen who have been cut off from receiving food, water, and medical supplies for two months by the militants of the Islamic State, the Pentagon said.

US military,   Iraqi town of Amrili,   Shia Turkomen,   militants of Islamic State ,  
Election Commission issues guidelines to monitor paid <strong>news</strong>

Election Commission issues guidelines to monitor paid news

28 Aug 2014

Chandigarh: The Election Commission of India has issued guidelines to check the menace of paid news during the forthcoming Legislative Assembly elections in Haryana.

Election Commission,   paid news,   Haryana Assembly elections,   Chief Electoral Officer,   Media Certification and Monitoring Committee,  
Ritu Kumar’s <strong>latest</strong> line focuses on modern women

Ritu Kumar’s latest line focuses on modern women

28 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Designer Ritu Kumar has come up with her autumn winter line that draws its inspiration from traditional prints of Rajasthan and Kutch. The target audience is contemporary women.

Ritu Kumar,   Indian fashion designer,   Ritu Kumar collections,   Winter collections,   Traditional wear,   Rajasthani designs,  
Israel seriously considered '<strong>military</strong> reoccupation' of Gaza

Israel seriously considered 'military reoccupation' of Gaza

28 Aug 2014

Jerusalem: Israel had seriously considered a full military reoccupation of the Gaza Strip and viewed it as "the only alternative" if Egypt failed to broker a truce and Hamas continued firing rockets, a top Israeli minister said.

Jerusalem,   Israel,   full military reoccupation,   Gaza Strip,   Egypt,   truce,   Hamas,   rockets,   top Israeli minister,  

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