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Nissan Scouting for Racing Driver in India

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Nissan Scouting for Racing Driver in India

Nissan and PlayStation will once again be searching the virtual world of Gran Turismo 6, for a real world racing driver. The GT Academy offers gamers the chance to live the dream as a NISMO Athlete. GT Academy India Live Qualifying will begin on June 5th 2015 in Delhi and will proceed to Mumbai, Bangalore [...]

Vietnam, U.S. Sign Joint Vision Statement

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Vietnam, U.S. Sign Joint Vision Statement

The U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter and Vietnamese Defense Minister General Phung Quang Thanh, signed a joint vision statement after meeting at the Vietnamese Ministry of Defense in Hanoi, Vietnam on Monday, June 1. Carter is on a 10-day trip to the Asia-Pacific to meet with partner nations and affirm U.S. commitment to the region. [...]

U.S. Congress Warns India About Surat Singh Khalsa

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U.S. Congress Warns India About Surat Singh Khalsa

By Rakesh Raman Six California congressional representatives issued a letter to United States Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday asking him to take up the cause of Surat Singh Khalsa, a U.S permanent resident on a hunger-strike in Punjab, India since January 16. “We are seriously concerned about the repressive actions that have been [...]

Nissan Exports 500,000th ‘Made in India’ Car

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Nissan Exports 500,000th ‘Made in India’ Car

In a period of five years since the start of exports from India, Nissan says it has exported 500,000 cars to over 106 countries. In financial year 2014, Nissan claims it was the second largest exporter of passenger cars from India and Nissan Micra has been regarded as the most exported car. Nissan, along with [...]

New Delhi: The Case of a Neglected City

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New Delhi: The Case of a Neglected City

Poisonous pollution, broken roads, stray cattle, littering, and open defecation are among the irritants that make Delhi a veritable hell on earth. By Rakesh Raman Although New Delhi is India’s capital which is supposed to be managed by the central government of India as well as the local state government, today it’s a totally neglected [...]

अरविन्द भाई – छोड़ो यह रोज की लड़ाई

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अरविन्द भाई – छोड़ो यह रोज की लड़ाई

अरविन्द भाई – छोड़ो यह रोज की लड़ाई   अरविन्द भाई, अरविन्द भाई क्यों कर रहे हो जनता को तंग रोज छेड़ देते हो एक फालतू की जंग आम आदमी की शांति तो कर दी तुमने भंग अब तुम्हारे निशाने पर आ गए नज्जीब जंग   पहले तुमने अपनों से की लड़ाई भूषण, यादव को [...]

Vivid Sydney: A Festival of Light, Music, and Ideas

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Vivid Sydney: A Festival of Light, Music, and Ideas

Vivid Sydney, a festival of light, music, and ideas, lit up the Harbour City Friday as the annual 18-day event, on this year from 22 May to 8 June, got underway. Sydney’s landmarks, its Harbour and urban spaces were transformed by 3D projections and over 60 light installations including the sails of the World Heritage [...]

Disney Opens its First and Largest Store in Shanghai

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Disney Opens its First and Largest Store in Shanghai

Disney Store today opened the doors of its flagship store in the Lujiazui area of Pudong, Shanghai, China. The store is said to be the largest retail space of any Disney Store in the world featuring 5000 square meters of immersive shopping experiences, and also features an outdoor plaza. “We couldn’t be more delighted to [...]

How Panasonic Brings Light to an Indonesian Village

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How Panasonic Brings Light to an Indonesian Village

Recently, a lantern donation and lighting ceremony was held in the village of Sone, in Indonesia’s West Timor, as part of a related project. The “Cut Out the Darkness” project, a part of Panasonic Corporation’s “100 Thousand Solar Lanterns Project”, delivers solar lanterns with lantern shades designed by people from around the world, in the [...]

Nepal Earthquakes: Lives of Babies and Mothers at Risk

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Nepal Earthquakes: Lives of Babies and Mothers at Risk

At least 70 per cent of birthing centres across the 14 most-affected districts of Nepal have been damaged or destroyed, rising to 90 per cent in some areas. Around twelve babies are being born every hour without access to basic healthcare in the areas of Nepal worst hit by two powerful earthquakes, according to UNICEF, [...]

Can Delhi Government Stop Corruption? No Way.

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Can Delhi Government Stop Corruption? No Way.

Delhi government fails to understand that bureaucratic inefficiency is the worst form of corruption – worse than even bribe. By Rakesh Raman It was Saturday morning on May 16 at around quarter past ten when I called the Delhi phone number 1031. A very polite woman voice greeted me from the other side. The conversation [...]

नरेंद्र मोदी, न जाओ देश छोड़ कर

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नरेंद्र मोदी, न जाओ देश छोड़ कर

    नरेंद्र मोदी, न जाओ देश छोड़ कर मोदी ओ मोदी क्या कर रहे हो तुम यार अपने देश से करो कुछ तो प्यार न जाओ विदेश बार बार   विदेशों की सैर करते करते तुम्हारे तो आ गए अच्छे दिन यहाँ कड़की की हालत में कैसे रहें तुम्हारे बिन अरे मोदी हमारा भी [...]