Thursday, 26 April 2012

Meet the lady behind success of RISAT I / Twitter Users massively un-follow Sachin

Biharprabha News

Thursday, April 26, 2012

  • Rajasthan comes up with Right to Hearing

    Rajasthan has come up with Right to Hearing. The Rajasthan assembly on Thursday passed a bill providing the people with the right to a hearing on governance related issues within a stipulated timeframe. The state is the first in the country to do so. The Rajasthan Right To Hearing Bill-2012 was presented in the state [...]
  • Hillary Clinton to tour India in May
    US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will visit India early next month as part of a three-nation Asia tour to consult with the Indian leadership on key regional and global issues including Afghanistan, Pakistan, China and Myanmar. Clinton's sudden decision to visit India came as a surprise as a stopover in New Delhi was not [...]
  • Britain supports India's permanent membership in UN Security Council
    Foreign Secretary William Hague today reiterated Britain's support for permanent seats for India and Japan in the United Nations Security Council, and said the council should be expanded. Delivering the International Institute for Strategic Studies-Fullerton Lecture in Singapore, Hague, who is currently on a visit to Asia, said across the board in international organisations Britain [...]
  • Meet the lady behind success of RISAT I
     Indian satellite scientist N. Valarmathi, 52, was herself on cloud nine when her baby – the Indian spy in the sky Radar Imaging Satellite (Risat-1) – started its ascent to the skies Thursday morning. "It was a nice feeling. I felt very great," Valarmathi, project director for Risat-1 project, told IANS. Playing down the satellite's [...]
  • Efforts to release Sukma Collector accelerated
    Efforts for the release of Menon, the Sukma collector, picked up pace with the mediators appointed by the Maoists reaching Raipur to meet the government's negotiators. Some of the tension was relieved after Left leader Manish Kunjam, who delivered the urgently needed asthma medicines to him, said he was "fine and safe". Menon, a 2006 [...]
  • Tendulkar, Rekha and Anu Aga's nomination approved for Rajya Sabha
    Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar will now play the new role of a parliamentarian with President Pratibha Patil Thursday approving his nomination to the Rajya Sabha, along with that of renowned actor Rekha and businesswoman Anu Aga. "The president has approved the nomination of Sachin Tendulkar, Rekha and Anu Aga to the Rajya Sabha," Rashtrapati Bhavan [...]
  • Twitter Users massively un-follow Sachin
    Post Sachin's Nomination for Rajya Sabha and his meet with Congress President Sonia Gandhi, over thousand of Twitter users worldwide have expressed their unhappiness over this move. Many users complained of him getting closer to Congress while others wanted him to  remain out of Politics. A Campaign titled #unfollowsachin  was  trending on top worldwide with [...]
  • Microsoft adjudged as the best Employer inn India
    Microsoft India has been adjudged by HR services company Randstad as the "Most attractive employer" for the second straight year. Oracle India and Tata Consultancy Services have been ranked by the Randstad Award 2012 at close second and third positions. The Randstad award was announced after a survey was conducted among 8,500 respondents from over [...]
  • Indian companies invest over $820 million in United States
    Indian companies operating in 40 American states have invested over $820 million in manufacturing facilities in the US, creating thousands of jobs, according to the 2012 India Business Forum (IBF) survey. The survey "Indian Roots, American Soil: Adding Value to US Economy and Society", released by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) at a reception [...]
  • Experts from IIMs to help small Industries directly
    The National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council (NMCC) is working on a mechanism that would enable experts from top educational institutes to help micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) improve their managerial skills and unleash innovations. "We are trying to work out a mechanism to enable experts from top academic institutions such as IITs (Indian Institutes of [...]
Have a nice day
The Biharprabha News Team

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