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IIT-Madras Overtakes IIT-Bombay In Placements This Year

IIT-Madras Overtakes IIT-Bombay In Placements This Year

This year’s placements at the IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) witnessed a spectacular modification in a recognized trend. IIT-Kanpur that had the majority of successful Day One, fetching the biggest number of proposals. IIT-Bombay had not caught up till it was good 5 days into the job placements and it …

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Dubai Opens 40 Million Dirhams Dubai Camel Hospital To Preserve Its Heritage

Dubai Opens 40 Million Dirhams Dubai Camel Hospital To Preserve Its Heritage

The Dubai Camel Hospital is unique in the world with a purpose to protect and preserve the camel heritage. The hospital is technically well-equipped with professionals and a Mini race track to help the operated camels recover with the proper mechanism. The Dubai’s new hospital opened recently is featured with …

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After Bitter War of Words, PM Modi and Manmohan Singh Shake Hands

After Bitter War of Words, PM Modi and Manmohan Singh Shake Hands

Today, Manmohan Singh, former Prime Minister, and Narendra Modi, the current Prime Minister, greeted each other with folded hands when they came in front of each other at an event to remember and mourn the anniversary of the attack on Parliament back in 2001. Both the leaders met each other …

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Record-Breaking Battery By Elon Musk Officially Rolled Out In Australia

Record-Breaking Battery By Elon Musk Officially Rolled Out In Australia

The biggest battery in the world was formally rolled out last week in Australia, with the Elon Musk-supported project fueled up early to meet high requirement in the middle of a session of hot weather, claimed the official. Tesla constructed the Powerpack system that can offer electricity for over 30,000 …

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Australia To Now Scrutinize Google And Facebook

Australia To Now Scrutinize Google And Facebook

After Britain and the U.S., Australia will now investigate the effect of main digital platforms such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter on journalism, media, and advertising, comprising the spread of false news, in the nation. As per a report this week in The Sydney Morning Herald, the government has requested …

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