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News Updates

  • Movie review: The Man Who Knew Infinity

    Mumbai, Apr 29: The movie is based on the life and times of Srinivasa Ramanujan, the great Indian mathematician who was nurtured and mentored to greatness by another brilliant mathematician, GH Hardy. The biggest challenge before the film's director, Mathew Brown would have been how to keep the viewers remain hooked to the movie. In this, actor Dev Patel...

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  • India successfully launches seventh navigational satellite IRNSS 1G

    Sriharikota, Apr 28: India has successfully put into orbit its seventh and final navigation satellite called IRNSS-1G with its own rocket. Indian scientists can be proud that the constellation of the Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) is similar to GPS (global positioning system) of the US, Glonass of Russia, and Galileo of Europe as well as China's...

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  • SC orders common entrance test for MBBS, BDS through NEET

    New Delhi, Apr 29: The Supreme Court on Thursday directed the Centre and CBSE to conduct two-phase single common entrance test for MBBS, BDS and PG courses through the NEET for the current (2016-17) session itself. AIPMT, which is to take place on Sunday, would be considered as first phase of the NEET, the court said. The second phase would be conducted..

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  • China cannot survive without US, would ask it to rein-in N Korea

    Washington, Apr 29: Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has said he would ask China to rein-in North Korea. He said, otherwise the US will not be doing business with the world's second largest economy which, he said, cannot even survive without America. Trump said there would be a depression in Chinese economy if its business with the US comes down. In 2009, China, the world's second largest economy, jumped to become the third biggest market for US exports. American companies...

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  • Sufficient stock of sugar to meet domestic consumption: Govt

    New Delhi, Apr 29: Government has said, there is no shortage of sugar stock in India, and the stock is sufficient to meet the domestic consumption. An official release said, India had a carryover stock of 9 million tonnes of sugar during the current Sugar season. The production of sugar has been estimated at about 25.3 million tonnes in the current season. While the domestic consumption is estimated at about 25.5 million tonnes and exports being low at about 1.5 million tonnes...

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  • Pollard, Rohit help MI to overwhelm 175-run KKR target

    Mumbai, Apr 29: Keiron Pollard and Rohit Sharma help Mumbai Indians chase down 175-run target in 18 overs to beat Kolkata Riders by six wickets. Pollard hit six huge sixes and two fours to score an unbeaten 51 off just 17 balls, whereas Rohit remained undefeated on 68 off 49 balls, which included two sixes and eight fours. The duo added 72 runs for the fifth wicket in just five overs as they finished off with six wickets and two overs to spare. Sunil Narine was the only bowler who escaped...

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