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Patiala Law university wins Leiden-Sarin Trophy in Korea

Law students of Patiala bring back the Leiden-Sarin Trophy after a tough international moot court competition in aviation law at Seoul, Korea.

The future lies in preparing for jobs that don't exist today

By Sanjiv Kataria
It's April and a time to celebrate for millions of young Indians who have just finished their school-leaving class XII examinations. The days that follow help them unwind after months of exam preparation. The celebrations, however, are short-lived. The next many weeks and months are consumed preparing for admission tests for entry into a wide variety of disciplines.

Veteran journalist S. Nihal Singh passes away

NEW DELHI: Veteran journalist and editor S. Nihal Singh, a trenchant critic of the Emergency in the mid-seventies and equally of the Modi government, died on Monday following illness. He was 88.

CWG: Paddlers Manika, Mouma in singles quarters; Madhurika ousted

India's Manika Batra and Mouma Das entered the quarter-finals of table tennis women's singles but it was cutains for Madhurika Patkar, after losing her round of 16 match at the 21st Commonwealth Games here on Thursday.

CWG: Shooter Sawant takes silver in women's 50m Rifle Prone

Indian shooter Tejaswini Sawant took silver in the women's 50m Rifle Prone event at the 21st Commonwealth Games (CWG) here on Thursday.

CWG: Heena wins gold in women's 25m Pistol

Indian shooter Heena Sidhu won gold in the women's 25 metre Pistol event at the 21st Commonwealth Games (CWG) here on Tuesday.

CWG: India storm into mixed team badminton final

World No.2 Kidambi Srikanth and London Olympics medallist Saina Nehwal guided India to the final of the mixed team badminton event, beating Singapore 3-1 in the semi-final at the 21st Commonwealth Games here on Sunday.

CBI continues questioning Chanda Kochhar's brother-in-law

The CBI on Friday questioned ICICI Bank CEO and MD Chanda Kochhar's brother-in-law Rajiv Kochhar for a second consecutive day in connection with a case of Rs 3,250 crore loan to the Videocon Group in 2012.

Now send 360-degree photos, HD videos on Facebook Messenger

Giving its Messenger a more visual appeal, Facebook on Tuesday said that users can now send 360 degree photos and HD videos from within the platform.

US sanctions 7 Pakistani firms for 'nuclear trade'

The US has imposed sanctions on seven Pakistani companies for allegedly engaging in nuclear trade in a move that could undermine Pakistan's ambition of joining the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), an elite club of countries that can trade fissile materials and nuclear technologies.

Big Boss Modi likes to spy on Indians: Rahul

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday referred to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the "Big Boss who likes to spy" and accused him of recording audio, video and tracking user location through GPS from his mobile app.

Congress sharing users' data with Singapore-based firm: BJP

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday accused the Congress of sharing users' data to a Singapore-based firm.

Reliance industries limited announces strategic transaction with Saavan to form India's largest platform for music,media & artists

Reliance Industries Limited (“RIL”) today executed definitive agreements for combination of Saavn, a leading global music OTT platform, with its digital music service, JioMusic. The combined entity is valued at over US$1 billion, with JioMusic’s implied valuation at US$ 670 million.

Indian-origin physiotherapist in Singapore jailed for molestation

An Indian-origin physiotherapist has been sentenced to 11 months in jail and three strokes of caning for molesting a teenager during treatment.

International meet research panel accepts 250 papers

ROPAR: The three-day International Conference on Advances in Science and Technology (ICAST) at the Rayat-Bahra Ropar campus, which was attended by over 400 delegates from all over the country and abroad concluded here today.

Top researchers attend ICAST at Rayat Bahra

Dr Manpreet Singh Manna, Director of the All-India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), today gave a clarion call to experts in science and technology countries to exchange their experiences and share best practices for development and commercialization of advanced research.

Extremely nasty form of politics taking root in India: Rahul

Asserting that there is a general atmosphere of intimidation that exists in India, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying an extremely nasty form of politics was taking root in the country and that "we will defeat him in the next election".

Punjab govt signs MoU with Australian Company for 50 social impact incubators at Rs.5 cr investment

Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday pitched the state as an incubator for promoting entrepreneurship in Punjab, lauding the MoU signed by the Industries Department with an Australian company to incubate 50 social impact entrepreneurs by 2020, that will collaboratively transform 10 million lives before 2025.

Punjab govt signs MoU with Australian Company for 50 social impact incubators at Rs.5 cr investment

Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday pitched the state as an incubator for promoting entrepreneurship in Punjab, lauding the MoU signed by the Industries Department with an Australian company to incubate 50 social impact entrepreneurs by 2020, that will collaboratively transform 10 million lives before 2025.

Mukesh Ambani with $40bn, richest among 121 billionaires in India: Forbes

India has 121 billionaires -- 19 more than last year -- making them the third largest group of the ultra-rich after those from the US and China, according to Forbes, the business magazine that produces an annual list.

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