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  • PM's digital India vision inspires biz magnates to invest

    New Delhi, July 2: Pitching for a digital revolution in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday launched the Digital India Week noting that it will not only deal with corruption but will also help provide transparent and efficient governance and bridge the rich-poor divide. While outlining his vision of e-governance and mobile governance, the PM said that his government will not allow the digital divide to become a barrier between people. `I dream of a digital India where high-speed digital highways unite the nation ; 1.2 billion connected Indians drive innovation; technology ensures the citizen-govt interface is incorruptible...I dream of digital india where cyber security becomes integral part of national security..we have to move from e-governance to m-governance i.e. mobile governance...

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  • Survey finds people's preference for allopathy over AYUSH

    New Delhi, July 2: A survey has found that there is higher inclination towards allopathy treatment which is prevalent in around 90 per cent rural and urban areas with only 5 to 7 per cent usage of others which includes AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga or Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, Homoeopathy). However, interestingly urban men preferred AYUSH more than rural men while urban women had more liking for allopathic treatment compared to their rural counterparts. More men and women in rural India remained untreated than urban. Use of allopathy was more prevalent in treating the hospitalized cases of ailments. Private doctors, in both urban and rural areas, account for around 50 per cent of the treatments. Despite high cost of treatment, 70 per cent of the ailments were treated...

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  • 21 passengers killed as bus-trolley collide on Khandwa-Indore road

    Indore, July 2: In a dreadful accident yesterday evening, 21 passengers lost their lives. The accident took place on Khandwa-Indore road. The private passenger bus ( MP 09 MH2079), going from Indore towards Khandwa collided with a trolley going in the opposite direction. The bus was carrying 38 passengers. The accident was too fierce leaving the two vehicles badly damaged. 17 bus passengers died on the spot whereas four succumbed to their injuries in the hospital. 20 other passengers are battling for life in the hospital. Mr Sikarwar and District collector Mahesh Agrawal reached the hospital soon after the accident. The police, with the help of villagers, rescued the remaining bus passengers. According to information, the bodies of passengers were beyond recognition and even their...

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  • World Hockey: India beat Malaysia, to meet Belgium for final place

    Antwerp (Belgium), July 2: In the Hockey World League Semi-Finals at Antwerp, Belgium, the Indian Men's team came back from a goal behind to beat Malaysia, 3-2 and book a place in the last-4 stage. Satbir Singh opened the scoring in the 5th minute after which Malaysia bounced back with 2 quick goals. Jasjit Singh Kular, then, converted two penalty corners in the final quarter helping India breeze into the semi-finals. Indian Men, who have already qualified for next year's Rio Olympics, will take on hosts Belgium for a place in the Final.
    Meanwhile, Indian Women's team will clash with Italy today in the 5th to 8th position classification fixture. The match will begin at 4:30 PM Indian Time. They will have to win the game to keep their hopes of an Olympic place alive.

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  • Declare undisclosed foreign income by Sept 30: Govt

    New Delhi, July 2: Government has given three months time till 30th Sept for people to declare their undisclosed foreign income and assets to escape prosecution under the new Black Money Law. Those making the disclosure during this period will have further three months time till 31st Dec this year to pay the taxes and the penalty on their foreign income and assets. The Ministry has said, the people availing the one-time compliance window would be required to pay a tax of 30 per cent and a penalty of a similar amount. Under the Black Money (Undisclosed Foreign Income and Asset) and Imposition of Tax Act, 2015, which will come into force from April next year, the penalty would be much higher at 90 per cent, in addition to the 30 per cent tax on undisclosed foreign assets. The new law was...

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  • Radio popcorn provides opportunity to develop talents

    Bhopal, July 2: Every human being is endowed with one or the other talent. But, the truth is that this talent has to come out and needs nurturing. Though the professional course text-books are equally essential for a bright future but somewhere there is a talent in person which needs a proper platform for it to flower properly. The community radio station, Radio Popcorn 90.4 FM at RKDF Institute of Science & Technology is a platform for the student community and faculty to exhibit their extra -curricular skills. In our wi-fi era, the radio continues with its charms as it is the only medium which a listener can listen to at any place and time. What matters is the quality of programme and its presentation. At Radio Popcorn the students and staff get an opportunity to expose their extra - curricular talents...

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