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Siliguri: In a virtual B knockout clash at the Kanchenjunga Stadium here, Railways trounced Goa 3-0. Now, Railways will play Maharashtra in the second semifinal. Goa, three-time champions, had last reached this far in 2011 where they lost to West Bengal in the last four stage. Goals either side of halftime from Dipankar Das, substitute Sushil Kisku and Rajesh sealed the case. Kistu also saw his spot kick saved by Goa goalkeeper Regan Julio in the dying minutes of the encounter. Both Railways and Goa were denied by the framework twice.
Bhopal: Bhabha Dental College organized a seminar on `Dentistry: From Crossroads to Cutting Edge Technology.’ Chief guest, Dr Surendra Agrawal, noted implantologist & member of Dental Council of India, put forward his views on the presentations made by the speakers. Dr Sanjeev Bajpayi, member central council of IDA, & ex-chief IDA- MP shared his vast clinical experiences and enthralled the audience. On the occasion, nationally acclaimed implantologists Dr Kamal Kiswani, Dr Sushant Pai and Dr Harleen Khare enlightened the audience on `Missing teeth replacement and new techniques.
Bhopal: Headquarters, Recruitment, Jabalpur selects youths of Madhya Pradesh for different ranks in the Indian Army every year. In this respect a website email@example.com containing related information has also been created. This website can be seen through the website of Madhya Pradesh Government on the front page of Nagrik Column from the sub-title of Recruitment/Opportunities. Besides, effective operation of sending-receiving system (I.V.R.S) has been ensured through phones. In it, 30 people can get related information simultaneously. This facility is available on phone number 0761-2600242.
Mahindra offers awards for solving traffic, power problems The inaugural Rise Prize will see Mahindra posing two challenges—a $700,000 one aimed at building a driverless car for the congested domestic roads, and a $300,000 challenge to develop a solar DIY kit for household energy needs. The competition will be launched on February 28 and candidates at all stages of technological readiness can apply. The first edition will have a timeline of 24-36 months split into three phases—first 90 days for submitting proposals, followed by prototype creation and real world demonstration. "The twin challenges have been selected on the basis of relevance to society, potential to create disproportionate impact, scalability and probability of causing a multiplier effect in allied areas," Mahindra said. Internet giant Google has been pioneering a project developing technology for self driving cars.
Bhopal: Field staff of Health Department should discharge their duty with alertness giving priority to improvement in health index in Bundelkhand and Vindhya regions in the State. This was directed by Principal Secretary Health Praveer Krishna while undertaking online review of health programmes in Satna, Shahdol and Rewa districts on Tuesday. Through video-conferencing, the Principal Secretary said that good performers will be rewarded and strict action will be taken against careless employees. In Rewa district, 3 inactive ASHA workers have been suspended. Directives have been given to withhold increment of 15 other employees for indifference in discharging duty. The Principal Secretary said that it is responsibility of multi-purpose health workers and ASHA workers to look after health of mothers and children.
Tension between Ukraine and Russia continued Tuesday, with both sides insisting they don't want war. Ukraine's interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said that his government had made the first contacts with Russian leaders aimed at resolving the crisis in his ex-Soviet state. The dramatic announcement came four days after President Vladimir Putin won parliament's authorization to use force against Russia's neighbour in response to three months of protests that swept pro-Kremlin leaders from power and installed a new Western-backed team in charge. There was no immediate response from Russia to Yatsenyuk's comments and the Ukranian premier himself stood firmly behind his government's decision to distance itself from Moscow's rule. Crimean peninsula, which had been part of Russia until it was ceded to Ukraine in 1954 by Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev.