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India, officially the Republic of India, is a country in South Asia. It is the second-most populous country, the seventh-largest country by area, and the most populous democracy in the world.

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Amit Shah, Rajnath and other leaders extend Ram Navami greetings
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Amit Shah, Rajnath and other leaders extend Ram Navami greetings

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday extended Ram Navami greetings to all the citizens.

CCEA approves subsidy policy for urea produced through coal gasification by TFL
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CCEA approves subsidy policy for urea produced through coal gasification by TFL

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs has given its approval for the proposal of the Department of Fertilizers for formulation of exclusive subsidy policy for urea produced through coal gasification route by Talcher Fertilizers Limited (TFL).

After two years, India allows B-737 Max with restrictions
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After two years, India allows B-737 Max with restrictions

The Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Tuesday allowed the Boeing 737 Max aircraft to fly again under certain conditions.

Author Sabarna Roy gets Champions of Change Award
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Author Sabarna Roy gets Champions of Change Award

Kolkata-based Sabarna Roy, a renowned author of seven critically acclaimed books, has been graced with the prestigious National Award "Champions of Change 2020" by the Interactive Forum on Indian Economy (IFIE), a non-profit recognized by Govt. of India, for his exemplary literary achievements.

Prince Pipes brings Holy Ganga closer to all at Maha Kumbh through 'Ab Ghar Ghar Mein Ganga' initiative
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Prince Pipes brings Holy Ganga closer to all at Maha Kumbh through 'Ab Ghar Ghar Mein Ganga' initiative

Prince Pipes and Fittings Limited (PPFL), one of India's largest integrated piping solutions & multi polymer processors, has undertaken a novel initiative to celebrate India's largest religious gathering - the Maha Kumbh, in Haridwar.

IIT scientists' suggests satellite-based monitoring of glacial catchments to minimise disaster risk
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IIT scientists' suggests satellite-based monitoring of glacial catchments to minimise disaster risk

A recent study carried out by the scientist of Indian Institue of Technology (IIT) Kanpur suggests satellite-based real-time monitoring of Himalayan glacial catchments would improve understanding of flood risk in the region and help inform an early flood warning system that could help curb disaster and save human lives.

AIBA Youth Men's and Women's World C'ships: 7 more Indians storm into semis
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AIBA Youth Men's and Women's World C'ships: 7 more Indians storm into semis

India's Babyrojisana Chanu outclassed defending European Youth Champion Alexas Kubicka at the AIBA Youth Men's and Women's World Boxing Championships as seven Indian boxers stormed into the semi-finals on Day 7 in Kielce, Poland.

Rela Hospital performs liver transplant on the 3-year-old Ukrainian girl child, without blood transfusion
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Rela Hospital performs liver transplant on the 3-year-old Ukrainian girl child, without blood transfusion

The liver transplant team at Rela Hospital performed a rather unique case of Liver Transplantation without Blood Transfusion.

SC agrees to hear plea seeking protection of Forest Rangers, Forest Guards, other staff
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SC agrees to hear plea seeking protection of Forest Rangers, Forest Guards, other staff

The Supreme Court agreed to hear a plea seeking protection of Forest Rangers, Forest Guards and other staff in the Forest Department of the national capital.

'HOTELIER 50' Programme, a silver lining for hospitality students and professionals
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'HOTELIER 50' Programme, a silver lining for hospitality students and professionals

The Yummy Idea in collaboration with Roseate Hotels & Resorts launches the HOTELIER 50 Program. EHL Advisory Services is a knowledge partner for the HOTELIER 50 Program which prepares top calibre talent pool for Industry recruiters to hire from.

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