National Education Policy 2020: India opens door for foreign universities

National Education Policy 2020: India opens door for foreign universities

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India on Wednesday approved a plan to allow foreign universities to open campuses in the country as part of efforts to boost education to strengthen the economy as it struggles with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Politicians affiliated with

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British PM Boris Johnson rides Made-in-India cycle at launch of UK’s health programme

British PM Boris Johnson rides Made-in-India cycle at launch of UK’s health programme

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson rode a made-in-India Hero Cycles bike designed in the UK as he launched a new GBP 2-billion cycling and walking drive which is part of the government's anti-obesity strategy to combat COVID-19. Johnson, 56, a known cy

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CBI books 4 Navy officers for generating fake bills to defraud Western Naval Command

CBI books 4 Navy officers for generating fake bills to defraud Western Naval Command

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The CBI has booked four Navy officers and 14 others for allegedly generating fake bills of Rs 6.76 crore for supplying IT hardware to the Western Naval Command, officials said. Captain Atul Kulkarni, Commanders Mandar Godbole and R P Sharma, and Pet

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Lord Ram's images to be displayed at Times Square to celebrate August 5 Ram Temple groundbreaking

Lord Ram's images to be displayed at Times Square to celebrate August 5 Ram Temple groundbreaking

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Images of Lord Ram and 3D portraits of the grand Ram Mandir in Ayodhya will be beamed across the giant billboards at the iconic Times Square on August 5 to celebrate the temple's groundbreaking ceremony. The organisers have described the commemoratio

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India reaches out to Indian Ocean island countries on Covid crisis

India reaches out to Indian Ocean island countries on Covid crisis

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Amidst the COVID crisis, India has been reaching out to Indian Ocean Island countries of Maldives, Mauritius, and Sri Lanka MALDIVES  When it comes to the Maldives, India has been helping develop large as well as number of community developmen

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Dharavi: Asia's biggest slum may have reached 'herd immunity' unknowingly

Dharavi: Asia's biggest slum may have reached 'herd immunity' unknowingly

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A serological survery has revealed that six out of ten people from Asia's biggest slum, Dharavi, can be identified as antibodies for the novel coronavirus. The findings were revealed in a serological survey conducted in July from 6,936 people across

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Daily coronavirus cases in India top 50,000 for first time

Daily coronavirus cases in India top 50,000 for first time

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India on Thursday reported more than 50,000 daily coronavirus cases for the first time, driven by a surge in infections in rural areas at a time when the government is further easing curbs on movement and commerce. There were 52,123 new cases in the

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All India Institute of Ayurveda starts providing free testing

All India Institute of Ayurveda starts providing free testing

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The All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA) has started providing free testing and treatment to patients in its COVID-19 Health Centre (CHC), announced the Shripad Yesso Naik, Union AYUSH Minister. Naik visited the CHC on July 28 to review the arrang

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Indian businessman converts office into coronavirus ward

Indian businessman converts office into coronavirus ward

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An Indian businessman who recovered from coronavirus has converted his office into an 85-bed facility to provide free treatment for the poor. The coronavirus epidemic is still raging in the world's second-most populous nation, with the number of inf

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Names of soldiers killed in Galwan clash to be inscribed on National War Memorial

Names of soldiers killed in Galwan clash to be inscribed on National War Memorial

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The names of 20 Indian Army personnel, who were killed after valiantly fighting Chinese troops in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh on June 15, will be inscribed on the National War Memorial here, officials said on Thursday. They said the process for

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