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South Odisha colleges ensure separate toilets for <strong>girls</strong>

South Odisha colleges ensure separate toilets for girls

24 Oct 2014

Berhampur (Odisha): Colleges in south Odisha have been asked to ensure separate toilets for girls and boys on all floors of the building within a month.

toilets,   Sanitation in India,   public urinals,   PM Modi,   Omar Abdullah,   Swachh Bharat,   NC,   Naredra Modi,   Clean Indian Campaign,   Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan ,  
University of Mumbai among top 10 schools with billionaire alumni

University of Mumbai among top 10 schools with billionaire alumni

24 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The University of Mumbai has been ranked among the top 10 schools that produce the world's billionaires and has more number of such undergraduate alumni than London School of Economics.

University of Mumbai,   Top 10 schools,   World's billionaires,   Undergraduate alumni,   London School of Economics,   Wealth-X,   UBS Billionaire Census,   Bachelor's degrees,   Billionaire undergraduate alumni,  
Hisar <strong>school</strong> <strong>girls</strong> win U-17 Subroto Cup title

Hisar school girls win U-17 Subroto Cup title

10 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Government Girls Senior Secondary School from Hisar won the Under-17 title of the 55th Subroto Cup football tournament, beating Assam's Kiyang Kasiya Memorial Tribal School 3-0 at the Ambedkar Stadium here in the national capital.

Hisar,   school girls,   government school,   Assam girls,   football,   U-17 Subroto Cup,   ,  
Suarez back in business after biting shame, Japan edge Jamaica

Suarez back in business after biting shame, Japan edge Jamaica

11 Oct 2014

Paris: Luis Suarez returned for Uruguay for the first time since his infamous World Cup biting shame and helped the South Americans to a 1-1 friendly draw against Saudi Arabia.

Luis Suarez,   Uruguay,   Saudi Arabia,   football,   biting shame,   World Cup,   striker,  
Over 1.36 lakh Indian pilgrims reach <strong>Saudi</strong> <strong>Arabia</strong> for Haj

Over 1.36 lakh Indian pilgrims reach Saudi Arabia for Haj

30 Sep 2014

Jeddah: All the 1,36,020 Indian pilgrims who will perform Haj this year have reached Saudi Arabia, officials said on Tuesday.

Indian pilgrims,   Haj,   Saudi Arabia,   Indian Consul General,   BS Mubarak,   ,  
2 million Muslims stone 'devil' at Haj, feast begins

2 million Muslims stone 'devil' at Haj, feast begins

04 Oct 2014

Mina (Saudi Arabia): Two million Muslims, including Indians, ritually stoned the devil on Saturday in the last major ritual of this year's Haj in Saudi Arabia, while fellow believers around the world celebrated Eid al-Adha.

Eid al-Adha,   Haj,   Saudi Arabia,   feast begins,   Mina,   holy city of Mecca,  
Oil prices rise ahead of US jobs report

Oil prices rise ahead of US jobs report

03 Oct 2014

Singapore: The cost of oil rose in Asia on Friday ahead of the latest US jobs report and after hitting multi-month lows a day earlier in response to key exporter Saudi Arabia cutting prices.

Singapore,   cost of oil,   Asia,   US jobs report,   key exporter,   Saudi Arabia,  
Hajj flights from flood-hit J&K resume

Hajj flights from flood-hit J&K resume

20 Sep 2014

Srinagar: Hajj flights from flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir resumed on Saturday as 550 pilgrims from the state left for Saudi Arabia for the annual pilgrimage.

Hajj flights,   flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir,   Saudi Arabia,   annual pilgrimage ,  
<strong>Saudi</strong> <strong>Arabia</strong> gives right to play sport to schoolgirls

Saudi Arabia gives right to play sport to schoolgirls

05 May 2013

Saudi Arabia has given girls at private schools the right to play sport, the Education Ministry said on Sunday, in a step aimed at easing restrictions on women in the ultra-conservative kingdom.

Saudi Arabia,   School girls in Saudi Arabia,   Schools in Saudi,   Saudi government,   Human Rights in Saudi Arabia,  
TCS opens <strong>Saudi</strong> Arabia's first all-woman BPO centre

TCS opens Saudi Arabia's first all-woman BPO centre

15 Sep 2014

Mumbai: India's largest software exporter TCS on Sunday said it has opened Saudi Arabia's first all-female business process centre, which will provide employment to up to 3,000 women in three years. Saudi Aramco and GE are the centre's first customers, TCS said in a statement here.

TCS,   Saudi Arabia,   first all-woman BPO,   call center,   employment,  

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