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Video game players receive varsity treatment at most of the U.S. colleges


In some or the other ways, they are similar to classic college sports persons. They are on varsity squads. They undergo training for hours amid classes. Some receive heavy scholarships. But as an alternative to playing sports, they are playing video games. On college premises, varsity gaming squads with all …

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TRAI debates on robust mechanism to end pesky calls


Users can expect to get less pesky messages and unwanted calls if the latest efforts of the telecom regulator to squeeze the restriction of such calls become victorious. The telecom regulator has looked in the views of shareholders to enhance this mechanism in the middle of elevating complaints. Recognizing that …

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China’s green ambition to make it a leader

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China is currently looking at including renewable energy in every aspect of the nation’s functioning. The Chinese sun will prove to be source of energy for a number of things in the coming years. China is currently one of the countries making a lot of investments in the renewable energy …

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Uber launches largest Greenlight Center in Bangalore, India


Ride-sharing firm Uber announced the commencement of its largest “Greenlight Center” in Bangalore, India, intended to dole out as a single-stop solution for needs of driver partners. The 15,000 sq. ft. facility is committed to driver partners in Bangalore for superior customer support and service, as mentioned by the firm …

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China on the verge to ban diesel and petrol vehicles


To tackle air pollution, the world’s largest auto market has started preparing for the ban on petrol and diesel vehicles in China. Vehicle manufacturers have been given deadlines in the country to stop the sale of petrol–diesel vehicles so that they can accelerate the development of electric vehicles. Vice Minister …

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