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  • Mamata in London exploring investments for State

    London, July 30: Promising a smooth ride for industry, West Bengal CM, Mamata Banjerjee is in London, wooing industrialists and the Cameron Govt. As per information she has already signed 22 MoUs - in sectors including health, education and urban development. Some deals are being struck with the UK govt. The government claims that since taking office, nearly Rs. 85,000 crore of investments have come into operational and new projects in the state. On Tuesday evening the Chief Minister with singer Usha Uthup and other members of her delegation were at Taj St. James Court hotel in London. Meanwhile, fears of a cyclone hitting the West Bengal coast on Thursday has forced CM Banerjee to cut short her trip to London and rush back home. In London on a five-day visit to foster ties between WB and Britain.

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  • e-Stamping, e-Regn mandatory in all Sub-Registrar offices from Aug 1

    Bhopal, July 30: The state government has made e-Registration mandatory for purchase and sale of immovable properties and all documents requiring registration from August 1. All such documents will be only e-Stamped. Thus, from August 1 onwards only pre-printed stamps worth below Rs. 100 issued by treasury can be obtained for documents for which registration is not necessary. Earlier, e-Registration was introduced as pilot project in 5 districts including Ujjain, Balaghat, Sehore, Anuppur and Tikamgarh from December 15, 2014. After removing hurdles in e-Registration software, the department has started e-Registration in all Sub-Registrar offices from July 1, 2015. But then it was not made mandatory and system of manual registry was continued simultaneously. So far, over 22 thousand e-Registrations...

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  • Google Project Loon to provide free Wifi internet across Sri Lanka

    Colombo, July 30: Google's ambitious Project Loon, which aims to provide free internet through a network of high-altitude balloons, is to be launched in Sri Lanka. A deal between Sri Lanka's government and Google, signed on Tuesday (28 July), will see free LTE connections made available across the country by March 2016, making it the first country in the world to have universal internet access. The agreement in this regard was reached following a discussion held by State Minister for Defence Ruwan Wijewardene with Chamath Palihapitiya, a successful Silicon Valley entrepreneur and considered as the richest Sri Lankan in the world. 'Sri Lanka is on its way to becoming the very first country in the world to have network connectivity cover the entire country,' Sri Lanka Telecom Minister Mangala Samaraweera said.

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  • Google bids adieu to its social network Google plus

    California, July 29: Google is bidding adieu to Google Plus, a social network that the American search engine had launched four years ago hoping it would become a serious rival to Facebook. The company announced its most drastic step for breaking up Google Plus on Monday. The reason being it did not perform up to the mark as expected. Adding a lot of features to Google plus could not involve many users. Instead the numbers of users have reduced from the past years. Previously, a lot of tasks within Google products such as YouTube, etc, required a Google plus account to comment or to see a video but now it would not be the same. To ease the use of Google to the maximum in the coming months only a Google account would be sufficient. The American multinational technology company has also announced to add new features to the social networking site Google plus Collections.

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  • India signs loan agreement with ADB for $300mn for NUHM

    New Delhi, July 29: India signed a loan agreement with Asian Development Bank (ADB) worth 300 Million dollar to support the Government's flagship program, the National Urban Health Mission. The loan will reinforce ongoing government efforts to develop health systems in urban areas that can deliver quality services and reach the urban poor and vulnerable sections. It will focus on strengthening primary healthcare and promote better coordination between health and urban sectors and opportunities for public-private partnerships. An official release said, India is urbanising rapidly, bringing a massive growth of urban poor. Disparities in health status between the poor and non-poor in urban areas are large, due to the adverse living conditions of the urban poor and their limited access to good basic health services.

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  • Sanjiv Chaturvedi, Anshu Gupta win Magsaysay Award

    New Delhi, July 29: Sanjiv Chaturvedi, former Chief Vigilance Officer (CVO) at AIIMS and Anshu Gupta, founder of NGO Goonj are among the people who have been awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award for 2015. Anshu Gupta is being recognised for creative vision in transforming the culture of giving in India, his enterprising leadership in treating in cloth as a sustainable development resource for the poor and in reminding the world that true giving always respects and preserves human dignity. He said cloth can become a development subject. Anshu Gupta founded Goonj in in 1999 after leaving his corporate job to start the organisation. Goonj is a non-governmental organisation based in Delhi, which works in 21 states across India in disaster relief, humanitarian aid and community development.

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