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    India's First Swadesi Storage & Management Service Provider Digiboxxtm To Launch On 15th August

    Ongoing worldwide developments have indicated that businesses that are 100% on the cloud have had the option to progress more quickly than others, making them more agile than their peers. The COVID-19 era has only exacerbated this need and cloud storage has now become a necessity in order to navigate through these challenging times. DigiBoxx™ is a...

    • 11 hrs ago
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    Vivo X50 & X50 Pro Soon To Launch In India

    Vivo has announced its entry into the premium smartphone segment with its upcoming X Series in India. The company plans to expand its product portfolio with the camera-centric X-series in India that aims to provide a premium photography experience with a balance of technology and user-centric design. Under the X-series, Vivo shall launch a series of premium smartphones - X50 and X50 Pro, which will...

    • 15 hrs ago
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    PRAHAR Calls For Industrial Growth In Remote Regions For Poverty Alleviation Where Workforce Has Receded In The COVID Pandemic

    Prahar PRAHAR (Public Response Against Helplessness and Action for Redressal), an NGO dedicated towards finding solutions for problems of the helpless, has called for a comprehensive national strategy targeting accelerated industrial growth in remote regions of India to bring relief to workforce which has receded there...

    • 15 hrs ago
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    Route Mobile Announce Launch Of "Verbatim,

    Route Mobiles UK Route Mobile has announced the release of its newest solution, 'Verbatim', to simplify and expedite the compliance process for banking and financial instructions, as well as enterprise clients and increase Customer & Agent Satisfaction across the board.In a typical scenario, a bank's contact center is obligated by law to explicitly provide specific disclosures to the...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    Delhi HC Extends Order Restraining Police From Circulating Evidence Collected Against Pinjra Tod Activist

    The Delhi High Court on Thursday extended its interim order restraining Delhi Police from issuing any statements or circulating information regarding allegations and evidence allegedly collected against Pinjra Tod member Devangana Kalita to any person including media and social media till July 15. Justice Vibhu Bakhru listed the matter for...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Safety And Security Of Students Our Prime Concern: UGC Secretary

    University Grant Commission (UGC) has said that conducting final year examinations for graduation or post-graduation courses was very important but the safety of students was its prime concern. "We are conducting examination only for the terminal semester or the final year. Conducting final year examination of graduation or post-graduation is very important while the safety...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Over 2.6 Lakh COVID-19 Samples Being Tested Per Day: ICMR

    Over 2.6 lakh samples are being tested for COVID-19 per day, said Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) on Thursday. Addressing a press conference on COVID-19 situation in the country, ICMR Senior scientist Nivedita Gupta said, "The number of tests has increased, on an average, we are testing more than 2.6 lakh of samples per day. We hope to see a further rise by the use of the...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Imran Khan Govt Has Added Nearly USD 22 Bn To Pak's International Debt: Experts

    Amid the surge in coronavirus cases in Pakistan, the nation's financial woes are also escalating.According to the Asia Times, the national fiscal deficit has surged to over 7 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) and could exceed 9-10 per cent as the state revenues are plummeting due to COVID-19 pandemic. Under Prime Minister Imran Khan, the government has...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Let's Leave Politics Out Of Education: HRD Minister Rejects Criticism Over CBSE's Decision To Reduce Syllabus

    Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank on Thursday rejected criticism over alleged conspiracy in CBSE's decision to reduce the syllabus of schools due to COVID-19 outbreak and urged the critics to "leave politics out of education". "There has been a lot of uninformed commentary on the...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    India Has 538 COVID-19 Cases Per Million Compared To World Average Of 1,453: Centre

    The central government on Thursday said that India's COVID-19 cases per million are 538, while the world average stands at 1,453. "The global comparison between the five most affected countries clearly depicted that India has one of the lowest cases per million (538) and deaths per million (15) compared the global average of 1,453 and 68.7,...

    • 17 hrs ago

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