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Solar lights change <strong>lives</strong> of Sunderbans residents

Solar lights change lives of Sunderbans residents

28 Jul 2015

Sunderbans (Gosaba): Solar lights installed in various parts of Sunderbans, one of the most energy-deficient regions of the country, are helping in reducing man-animal conflict in the region.

Solar lights,   Sunderbans,   Sunderbans residents,   WWF India,   latest states news,  
Government to take view on Financial Code after <strong>public</strong> comments: Jaitley

Government to take view on Financial Code after public comments: Jaitley

27 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said that the government will take a view on the draft Indian Financial Code, which proposes to dilute powers of the RBI chief, after receiving comments from stakeholders.

Government,   Financial Code,   Arun Jaitley,   Finance Minister,   RBI chief,   RBI,   Finance Minister,   Latest Business News ,  
Gurdaspur attack: Brave bus driver scares terrorists by driving towards them, saves several <strong>lives</strong>

Gurdaspur attack: Brave bus driver scares terrorists by driving towards them, saves several lives

27 Jul 2015

Dinanagar (Punjab): The alertness and bravery of a bus driver saved several lives as terrorists launched an attack here in Punjab on Monday. Punjab Roadways driver Nanak Chand did not panic even when the terrorists fired at the bus and instead scared the terrorists by driving towards them.

Bus driver,   Attack in Punjab,   Terrorists launched attack,   Punjab Roadways,   Nanak Chand,   Terrorists,   Gurdaspur attack,   Latest States News,  
Wireless devices may cause cancer: Study

Wireless devices may cause cancer: Study

26 Jul 2015

London: Your fears are not completely unfounded. Mobile phones can actually cause cancer, says a study. A metabolic imbalance caused by radiation from your wireless devices could be the link to a number of health risks, such as various neurodegenerative diseases and cancer, the study suggested.

Mobile phones can cause cancer,   metabolic imbalance,   radiation from wireless devices,   health risks,   neurodegenerative diseases,   cancer,   Latest News,  
PNB Q1 net plummets 49 percent to Rs 721 crore on higher provisioning

PNB Q1 net plummets 49 percent to Rs 721 crore on higher provisioning

28 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Pulled down by higher bad loan provisioning, country's second largest public sector lender PNB's net profit during the June quarter nearly halved to Rs 721 crore.

PNB Q1 net,   bad loan provisioning,   Public sector bank,   PNB,   Punjab Nation Bank,   Quarter reports of PNB,   Latest Business News ,  
Government recruited 9,303 people from Minority communities this fiscal

Government recruited 9,303 people from Minority communities this fiscal

28 Jul 2015

New Delhi: As many as 9,303 people belonging to Minority communities were recruited in Central government, public sector undertakings and banks in 2014-15 fiscal, Parliament was informed yesterday.

minority community,   Central government,   public sector undertakings,   Indian government,   government employment,   government employees,   government recruitment,   latest India news,  
Shashi Tharoor earns PM Modi's praise after being snubbed by Sonia Gandhi

Shashi Tharoor earns PM Modi's praise after being snubbed by Sonia Gandhi

23 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, who got an earful from his party chief Sonia Gandhi yesterday, received accolades today from Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his skills in public speaking, leaving political tongues wagging on the timing of the praise.

Shashi Tharoor,   Sonia Gandhi,   Narendra Modi,   Public speaking,  
Apple's second <strong>public</strong> beta of iOS 9 offers bug fixes, speed enhancements and home sharing

Apple's second public beta of iOS 9 offers bug fixes, speed enhancements and home sharing

23 Jul 2015

Washington: US technology major Apple Inc has released second iOS 9 Public Beta for everyone. The second public beta of iOS 9 offers bug fixes, speed enhancements and home sharing.

Apple Inc,   iOS 9,   Public Beta,   iOS 9 update,   iOS bugs,   iOS speed,   Home sharing,  
Government to move fresh Bill to tackle bribery by foreign officials

Government to move fresh Bill to tackle bribery by foreign officials

20 Jul 2015

New Delhi: A Bill that makes accepting or giving bribe by foreign public officials a criminal offence entailing imprisonment of up to seven years among others strict penal provisions will be moved afresh in the Parliament by the Government.

Bill,   Bribe,   Foreign public,   Criminal offence,   Parliament,   Government,  
Now, solar-powered trash cans that provide free Wi-Fi

Now, solar-powered trash cans that provide free Wi-Fi

22 Jul 2015

Washington: A US company has turned solar-powered trash cans in New York into free public Wi-Fi hotspots. Bigbelly had earlier developed solar-powered, rubbish-compacting bins with cloud-based connectivity that provide real-time data to tell which bins need emptying.

Solar power,   Trash cans,   WiFi hotspots,   Free wifi,   Public wifi,   Free internet ,  

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