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Gujarat to get Asia's <strong>first</strong> Ballistic Research Centre

Gujarat to get Asia's first Ballistic Research Centre

01 Sep 2014

Gandhinagar: India is all set to achieve self-reliance in testing of armoured vehicles, as Asia's first Ballistic Research Centre will soon be functioning at Gujarat Forensic Science University (GFSU).

Gujarat,   first Ballistic Research Centre,   Gujarat Forensic Science University,   bullet-proof armoured vehicles,   Self reliant nation,  
New textile <strong>policy</strong> to be announced soon: Gangawar

New textile policy to be announced soon: Gangawar

01 Sep 2014

Tirupur: The Union government would soon come out with a national textile policy, Minister of State for Textiles Santosh Kumar Gangwar said.

Union government,   National textile policy,   Minister of Textiles,   Santosh Gangwar,  
Sensex hits new peak of 26,812.69; Nifty crosses 8,000 mark for <strong>first</strong> time

Sensex hits new peak of 26,812.69; Nifty crosses 8,000 mark for first time

01 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Continuing their record setting spree, the NSE Nifty breached the 8,000-mark for the first time ever and BSE Sensex logged a new peak of 26,812.69 in the morning trade on Monday on the back of positive economic growth data for the April-June quarter.

Sensex,   BSE,   NSE,   Nifty,   economy,   Indian economy,   National Stock Exchange,  
East Bengal prevail 3-1 over arch rival Mohun Bagan in season’s <strong>first</strong> derby

East Bengal prevail 3-1 over arch rival Mohun Bagan in season’s first derby

01 Sep 2014

Kolkata: Ranti Martins struck a double to help defending champions East Bengal prevail over arch rivals Mohun Bagan 3-1 in the season's first derby on Sunday.

Ranti Martins,   East Bengal,   Mohun Bagan,   Derby,   Club soccer,   World soccer,  
Wi-fi hot spots in cities, tourist centres may <strong>come</strong> up soon

Wi-fi hot spots in cities, tourist centres may come up soon

31 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Department of Telecom (DoT) is working on a mechanism to provide wi-fi hot spots in cities with population of over 10 lakh and in tourist centres.

Department of Telecom,   wi-fi hot spots,   tourist centres,  
Government to <strong>come</strong> out with comprehensive new health <strong>policy</strong>

Government to come out with comprehensive new health policy

25 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Government is formulating new programmes to deal with major diseases affecting the people in the country, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said on Monday.

Harsh Vardhan,   diseases,   Health Ministry,   health officials,   health policy,  
Union Health Ministry unveils ‘National Health <strong>Policy</strong>’ for women

Union Health Ministry unveils ‘National Health Policy’ for women

30 Aug 2014

New Delhi: In an endeavour to provide an anicteric lifestyle to the female gentry of our nation, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan unveiled a new national health policy.

Union Health Minister,   Harsh Vardhan,   New health policy,   Female anatomy,   Healthy lifestyle,  
Senegal confirms <strong>first</strong> Ebola case

Senegal confirms first Ebola case

30 Aug 2014

Dakar: The Ebola epidemic that has killed more than 1,500 people across West Africa has spread to a fifth country in the region with the first confirmed case of the deadly virus in Senegal.

Ebola outbreak,   Ebola crises,   Senegal infections,   Ebola infections,   Ebola epidemic,   WHO,   Dakar hospital,   Democratic Republic of Congo,   Ikyke Samuel Enuemo,  
SoftBank's <strong>first</strong> Sony smartphone deal takes aim at US market

SoftBank's first Sony smartphone deal takes aim at US market

30 Aug 2014

Tokyo: Japan's SoftBank Corp and its U.S. mobile carrier Sprint Corp will offer a Sony smartphone for the first time, sources with knowledge of the matter said, as the two technology titans confront daunting challenges in the U.S. market.

SoftBank Corp,   US mobile,   Sprint Corp,   Sony smartphone,   US market,   Smartphones,   Sony Xperia,  
 GAP to enter Indian market; <strong>first</strong> stores to <strong>come</strong> in Delhi, Mumbai

GAP to enter Indian market; first stores to come in Delhi, Mumbai

22 Aug 2014

New York: American clothing retailer GAP will enter India next year in partnership with textile company Arvind Lifestyle Brand and open 40 outlets across the country as part of its global expansion strategy.

Arvind Lifestyle Brand,   Lifestyle Brand,   GAP,   Steve Sunnucks ,  

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