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Government seeks to revamp the Ladli Scheme for girl child

Government seeks to revamp the Ladli Scheme for girl child

July 16, 2016

Ladli scheme was launched in India in 2008 for the upliftment of the girl child and the Aam Aadmi Party government (AAP) in New Delhi, the Indian capital, now seeks to revamp the scheme with some liberalisations for the beneficiaries.

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India Born CEOs of International Companies

India Born CEOs of International Companies

July 15, 2016

Indians ruling the international business world: Here are five personalities heading leading multinationals.

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It’s Shark Awareness Day!

It’s Shark Awareness Day!

July 14, 2016

India ranks second, after Indonesia, on the global list of shark fishing nations as the fishing of the species in the country has gone from being ‘incidental’ to ‘targeted’.

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India proposes e-visa facility for another 36 nations

India proposes e-visa facility for another 36 nations

July 13, 2016

After the e-visa facility attracted huge foreign tourist arrivals in India, the country now plans to extend the online visa service for another 36 countries.

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India-US tourism sector to create 46 million jobs by 2025

India-US tourism sector to create 46 million jobs by 2025

July 1, 2016

While India and USA join hands to explore the travel and tourism sector as a means to drive economic growth, the untapped potential of India as an outbound destination for the most frequently travelling US tourists remain a major concern.

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Indian tourists use marginally planes for domestic trips

Indian tourists use marginally planes for domestic trips

June 30, 2016

In a fast growing Indian tourism market, plane is more and more popular but still used by a minority, as most Indians still prefer to travel by bus or train and stay with their friends or relatives, for expenses to remain reasonable, as per the last National Sample Survey Organis...

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New Delhi to get monsoon showers in two days

New Delhi to get monsoon showers in two days

June 28, 2016

After a long spell of hot and humid weather, Delhiites enjoyed a fresh spell of rains on Tuesday morning bringing a bit of relief. Thanks to these episodic showers, the temperature in the Indian capital dropped to 28 degrees celsius, against 39.6 degrees previously, turning the w...

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Air pollution the root cause of 1.6 million yearly premature deaths in India

Air pollution the root cause of 1.6 million yearly premature deaths in India

June 28, 2016

A recent International Energy Agency (IEA) report on energy and air pollution, ‘World energy outlook’ (WEO), estimated that air pollution causes 6.5 million premature deaths across the world in a year, with India alone being the contributor of 1.6 million premature deaths, al...

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India became 35th member of Missile Technology Control Regime

India became 35th member of Missile Technology Control Regime

June 27, 2016

India has just become officially the 35th member nation of the Missile Technology Regime (MTCR), the development came after its bid to become the member of national supplies group (NSG) was opposed by China.

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India Couture Week 2016 begins on July 20 in New Delhi

India Couture Week 2016 begins on July 20 in New Delhi

June 27, 2016

The Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) is back with the annual platform for couture, India Couture Week (ICW), yet again with an edition of glamour and glitz that will begin in New Delhi on July 20, 2016.

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Who will replace Raghuram Rajan, as Governor of Reserve Bank of India?

Who will replace Raghuram Rajan, as Governor of Reserve Bank of India?

June 27, 2016

After a series of tirades launched by Dr Subramanian Swamy, BJP Rajya Sabha (Upper House) member recently against him, Raghuram Rajan, the Governor of Reserve Bank of India decided not to seek a second term in office.

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Jantar Mantar home of hundreds of Indian protesters

Jantar Mantar home of hundreds of Indian protesters

June 27, 2016

Hundreds of protesters occupy everyday of the year a street in New Delhi, outside of Jantar Mantar, a famous architectural heritage built in the 18th century and featuring 13 architectural astronomy instruments. People throughout India come there to occupy the place, hoping to ma...

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