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  • Nepal: Rain, fresh tremors hamper rescue work

    Nepal/India, Apr 27: Rain and fresh tremors hamper relief and rescue works in quake hit Nepal. Death toll has risen to over 2500. Indian Meteorological Department appeals to people not to panic. Earlier Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a follow-up meeting on Sunday, to review the progress of relief and rescue operations following the major earthquake in Nepal on Saturday. The meeting was attended by Union Ministers Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj, Rajnath Singh and Manohar Parrikar, the National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, the Cabinet Secretary Ajit Seth, Additional Principal Secretary P.K. Mishra, and senior officials from the Government, IMD, and NDRF. The Prime Minister emphasized the need for further increasing the pace of search and rescue...

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  • Ratan Tata invests in Chinese phone-maker Xiaomi

    New Delhi, Apr 27: Ratan Tata has invested an undisclosed amount in China's largest smartphone maker, Xiaomi, making him the first Indian investor in the world's most valued technology startup, which raised $1.1 billion last year. Xiaomi, the smartphone maker that's valued at $45 billion, becomes the sixth investment in the digital economy space for 76-year-old Tata, chairman emeritus of Tata Sons. "Mr Tata is one of the most well-respected business leaders in the world. An investment by him is an affirmation of the strategy we have undertaken in India so far," Lei Jun, founder and CEO of Xiaomi, said in a statement on Sunday, announcing the investment. As per information Lei Jun, the 45-year-old billionaire and serial entrepreneur, was in Mumbai and New Delhi...

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  • Govt & society should work in tandem for effective health services

    Bhopal, Apr 27: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that government and society should work in tandem for effective health services. Saving others’ lives is a noble work. Private institutions should come forward for cooperation in health sector, said the Chief Minister while addressing the inaugural function of Siddhanta Red Cross Super Speciality Hospital here on Sunday. A healthy body is necessary to discharge responsibilities. Medical facility is fundamental right of every person. The State government has made arrangements for free medicines and pathological tests in government hospitals. State government will extend every possible assistance to this hospital with state-of-the-art health facilities, added Chouhan.

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  • Indian motor sports gets govt recognition

    New Delhi, Apr 26: Government has finally recognised motor sports as a sport by including governing body FMSCI in the list of sports ministry-backed National Sports Federations (NSF). The development comes at a rather quiet period for Indian motorsports and at a time when efforts are being made to bring Formula 1 back to the country after the Grand Prix was dropped owing to tax and bureaucratic hurdles. The ministry has included motor sports in its latest revision of sports disciplines, albeit in the 'Others' category, meaning no financial assistance will be provided to the Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI). However, the government support to FMSCI does not help the F1 Indian Grand Prix...

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  • Literature extremely important in the current age of technology

    New Delhi, Apr 27: PM Narendra Modi said that creative writing has the capacity to touch lives of several generations. Emphasizing the combination of wisdom and prosperity as the key to India's progress, Modi appealed to the people to inculcate reading habits. The PM was addressing audience after the presentation of the 50th Jnanpeeth Award to Prof Bhalchandra Nemade. He reiterated that solutions to the problems of global warming and climate change, which the world is debating today, can be found in the Vedas. Praising the writing of Prof Bhalchandra Nemade, the Prime Minister compared his views with those of Shri Aurobindo. The Prime Minister emphasized that literature...

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  • Vishwanathan Anand finishes second in Shamkir Chess tourney

    Azerbaijan, Apr 27: Former world champion Viswanathan Anand played out an effort less draw with Fabiano Caruana of Italy to finish second in Shamkir Chess tournament in Azerbaijan on Sunday. On what turned out to be an easy day as black in the final round, Anand just had to follow his instinct as Caruana decided not to press the Indian in a routine opening theory. World champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway capitalised on a blunder by Rauf Mamedov of Azerbaijan to seal another super tournament victory. Carlsen took his rating to 2875 points after his remarkable show. Anand not only entered the 2800 club again but will also be seen at number two in world rankings next month after a long time.

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