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Sunil Mittal receives Harvard Alumni award

Bharti Enterprises founder and Chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal has received this year’s Harvard Business School Alumni Achievement Award. The award, presented annually since 1968, is the highest honour the Harvard Business School confers on its alumni who have contributed significantly to their companies and communities while upholding the highest standards and values. On receiving the … Continue reading Sunil Mittal receives Harvard Alumni award

NCC girls scale Mount Everest in two batches

The ten member girl’s team from the National Cadet Corps, NCC has successfully scaled Mount Everest, the world’s tallest peak. They scaled the peak after dividing themselves into two teams, where the first team reached the summit on 21st and the second team reached the top on 22nd of this month making it a first … Continue reading NCC girls scale Mount Everest in two batches

तालीम के चिराग़ से रौशन होने लगे राजस्थान के मुसलमान

अशफाक कायमखानी / जयपुर कुछ परम्परावादियो के विरोध के बावजूद राजस्थान के मुसलमानों के बीच तालीम की जावला जलने लगी है, तमाम तर विरोध के बावजूद इस समाज के लोग तालीम की शमा को रौशन करने में कोई कसार नहीं छोड़ रहे हैं, यही वजह है के अब इस समुदाय में शिक्षा की चाहत रफ्तार पकड़ने … Continue reading तालीम के चिराग़ से रौशन होने लगे राजस्थान के मुसलमान

Army Mountaineering team scales Mt. Everest

An army team, led by Lt Colonel Ranveer Jamwal from Jammu and Kashmir, has scaled the Mount Everest. Army spokesman in Udhampur said that the Indian Army mountaineering team scaled the mountain yesterday morning despite unfavourable weather conditions. He said that the expedition to scale the world’s highest peak at 8,848 metres was launched after … Continue reading Army Mountaineering team scales Mt. Everest

Military tourism initiative ‘Veer Yatra’ launched in Pune

The Maharashtra Ex-Servicemen’s Corporation recently launched Veer Yatra, a military tourism initiative in Pune. The government of Maharashtra undertaking will organize guided tours to the choicest locations of military importance with retired veterans from the services. Veer Yatra initiative of Maharashtra Ex-Servicemen’s Corporation has gone live with nine locations, including Nathu-La Pass, Goa-Karwar and Janjira … Continue reading Military tourism initiative ‘Veer Yatra’ launched in Pune

UP Board announces results of Class X, XII exams

Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Board today announced the results of Class 10 and Class 12 examinations. Announcing the results in Allahabad today the UP Board Director Amarnath Verma said, 87.66 percent students of High school were declared successful. He said, 87.99 percent students cleared successfully their class 12 Board examination. This year all top five … Continue reading UP Board announces results of Class X, XII exams

India needs growth rate of 9% to end poverty: President

President Pranab Mukherjee has said that India will have to raise its growth rate to 8.5 to 9 per cent annually for the next 15-20 years in order to ensure that poverty is totally eliminated. He made these comments while interacting with a group of 2014 batch trainee officers from Indian Economic Service at Rashtrapati … Continue reading India needs growth rate of 9% to end poverty: President

AIR News Reader Harish Kashyap dies

Mr. Harish Kashyap, retired English News Reader of All India Radio, passed away in a Delhi hospital this morning. He was 74 years old. His son told AIR that Mr. Kashyap who was in the hospital since last week died due to multiple organ failure.

Sindhis’ delegation meet CM Kejrival with demands

Our Correspondent / A delegation of Sindhis today met Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejrival and submitted a memorundum of their demand to him. It was first delegation of Sindhis which men Delhi chief minister. The demands of Sindhis include granting of the minority status to the community, implimentation of the lingustic minority status to sindhis … Continue reading Sindhis’ delegation meet CM Kejrival with demands

AMU adopts five villages to improve literacy

ALIGARH : On International Literacy Day, the Aligarh Muslim University organized a Village Adoption programme at a nearby village, Jarauthi, which includes the five villages of the Aligarh district adopted by the University for their inclusive development. The other villages are Mirzapur, Bhimgarhi, Sumera Dariyapur and Faridpur. AMU Vice Chancellor, Lt. Gen. Zameer Uddin Shah … Continue reading AMU adopts five villages to improve literacy

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