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'Internet cycle carts' to bring rural <strong>women</strong> online

'Internet cycle carts' to bring rural women online

04 Jul 2015

Mumbai: In an innovative move to educate rural women about the internet, Tata Trusts and Google India on Friday announced a special programme to send 1,000 specially designed 'Internet Cycle Carts' to remote villages.

Internet cycle carts,   Internet for rural women,   Online schemes,   Tata Trusts,   Google India,   Internet Cycle Carts,   Internet in villages,   Business News,  
Hockey: Indian <strong>women</strong> one win away from presenting Olympic credentials

Hockey: Indian women one win away from presenting Olympic credentials

03 Jul 2015

Antwerp (Belgium): Indian women go into tomorrow's hockey encounter with Japan in the World League Semifinals with the focus on enhancing their claim for Olympic qualification after a gap of 36 years.

Indian women hockey,   Hockey India,   World League Semifinals,   Hockey Olympic,  
Focus on bringing Indic content, SMEs online in <strong>India</strong>: Google

Focus on bringing Indic content, SMEs online in India: Google

05 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Engaged in various initiatives under the government's 'Digital India' campaign, global tech giant Google is focussing on key areas like bringing more Indic language content online and helping 20 million small and medium enterprises set up Internet presence by 2017.

Indian government,   Digital India campaign,   Google,   Indic language content online,   Internet presence,   Latest News,  
UPSC results declared; Delhi <strong>women</strong> among top three

UPSC results declared; Delhi women among top three

04 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Women candidates have bagged all the three top slots in the prestigious civil services examinations to select IAS and IPS officers among others. Ira Singhal has topped the examinations followed by Renu Raj and Nidhi Gupta, who have secured second and third position respectively, according to the results announced by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) today.

UPSC 2014 results,   UPSC results declared,   Delhi woman among top three,   girl candidates of UPSC,   Civil services examination,   IAS,   IPS,   Renu Raj,   Nidhi Gupta,   Latest Nation News,  
Top Greenpeace <strong>India</strong> executives resign for mishandling of sexual <strong>harassment</strong> cases

Top Greenpeace India executives resign for mishandling of sexual harassment cases

25 Jun 2015

New Delhi: A top executive of Greenpeace India has resigned following an internal review by the NGO of its handling of two prior sexual harassment cases. Executive Director of Greenpeace India, Samit Aich, offered his resignation to the Greenpeace India Board, which accepted it yesterday, the NGO said, adding that a Programme Director, Divya Raghunandan, too, has quit.

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Army fine tunes its anti-militancy and anti-infiltration grid in Kashmir

Army fine tunes its anti-militancy and anti-infiltration grid in Kashmir

05 Jul 2015

Srinagar: The changed face of militancy in the Kashmir Valley has led the Army to "completely review" its anti-infiltration and counter-insurgency strategies to tackle among other things the growing trend of youths, even educated ones, gravitating towards terror outfits.

Militancy in India,   Kashmir Valley,   Indian Army,   anti infiltration,   counter insurgency strategies,   Terror outfits,   Latest News,  
Maruti setting up new retail outlets to sell premium products

Maruti setting up new retail outlets to sell premium products

05 Jul 2015

Nashik: In its bid to crack the big vehicle segment, Maruti Suzuki India, known for its small cars, is establishing a new setup of retail outlets under Nexa brand to sell premium products starting with its upcoming S-Cross model.

Maruti Suzuki India,   small cars,   Nexa brand,   S Cross model,   Ciaz,   Latest News ,  
Greenpeace terminates employee accused of rape, sexual <strong>harassment</strong>

Greenpeace terminates employee accused of rape, sexual harassment

17 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Facing a fresh controversy, Greenpeace India today claimed that it has "ended" the employment of two of its employees - one allegedly involved in cases of rape of a woman employee of the organisation and the other accused of several cases of sexual harassment.

Greenpeace,   Greenpeace India,   sexual harassment case,   environmental NGO,   Rape case ,  
<strong>India</strong> abstains in UNHRC vote against Israel

India abstains in UNHRC vote against Israel

04 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Marking a significant change in stance, India abstained on a United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) resolution condemning Israel over a UN report into the alleged war crimes committed during the 2014 Gaza conflict.

UNHRC vote against Israel,   India,   UNHRC resolution,   2014 Gaza conflict,   2014 war crimes,   EU members,   latest India news ,  
One-third of rural population illiterate in <strong>India</strong>

One-third of rural population illiterate in India

04 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Over one-third of Indian population living in rural areas is illiterate even after 68 years of independence, according to the Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC) 2011.

Indian rural population,   illiterate people in India,   Indian population,   India illiterate percentage,   SECC 2011,   Socio Economic and Caste Census,   illiteracy,   latest India news ,  

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