Archive for February 11th, 2019

McMillan to quit as Black Caps batting coach after World Cup

Wellington, Feb 11 (AFP) Former international Craig McMillan announced Monday he will step down as New Zealand batting coach after this year’s World Cup in England and Wales.

McMillan said the conclusion of the showpiece tournament was the right time to move on after five years in the job…

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Committee of secretaries formed to ensure justice for Kargil: J-K Guv

Jammu, Feb 11 (PTI) Amid ongoing protests by people of Kargil over their demand for rotational divisional headquarters, Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik has said a committee of secretaries has been formed to ensure justice for the district.

Hundreds of Kargil residents, including women and children, took out…

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Priyanka roars into UP with roadshow to enthuse Cong workers

Lucknow, Feb 11 (PTI) Making her political debut as Congress general secretary, Priyanka Gandhi on Monday roared into Uttar Pradesh with thousands cheering as her cavalcade slowly made its way through the city during a roadshow, being seen as launch of the party’s campaign in the state ahead of…

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CBI & ED launches campaign against opposition leaders

Less than three months away, the country is witnessing emerging contours of the electoral strategies of warring opponents that are going to face each other in the coming Lok Sabha elections expected to be held between April and May this year.
While the combined opposition with few exceptions of some…

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Here comes novel device equally harmful as traditional smoking, e-cigarettes

Sydney Feb 11:  While we know about the harmful effects of traditional cigarettes and vaping, new heated tobacco devices are no less toxic to the human lung cells than ordinary cigarette smoke, said researchers, including one of Indian-origin.

The study has compared new heated tobacco devices, which heat solid…

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India-UK trade not to be affected by Brexit: Simon

Kolkata PTI Feb 11:  Trade relations between India and the UK is not likely to be affected after Brexit, British trade commissioner to South Asia Crispin Simon has said.

“Bilateral trade between Britain and India stands at USD 25 billion. India is an important trading partner and after Brexit, it…

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Crestron FT2 Series FlipTops™ Revolutionize the Presentation Experience at ISE 2019

Combined technologies keep employees and guests informed and engaged via digital signage, collaboration displays, and information kiosks; also supports room scheduling via TSW touch screens

Bangalore,  Feb 11:  Crestron, a global leader in workplace technology, showcased its next-generation FT2 Series FlipTops™ at ISE 2019.

Crestron, a global leader in…

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Crestron Expands Best-in-Class Room Scheduling Platform

Bangalore,  Feb 11:  At ISE 2019, Crestron, a global leader in workplace technology, showcased the latest hardware and software additions to its best-in-class room scheduling platform.

At ISE 2019, Crestron, a global leader in workplace technology, showcased the latest hardware and software additions to its best-in-class…

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PM Modi praises NGO’s efforts towards eradicating hunger

 

PTI, UP, Feb 11: Ahead of arriving in Vrindavan to serve meal to underprivileged schoolchildren, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday praised the efforts of an NGO towards eradicating hunger from the country.

Funded by International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), Akshaya Patra is a not-for-profit organisation that…

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