Blackberry Launches New IoT Centre In For Excellence In Hyderabad
BlackBerry announced to launch its new ‘IoT Center of Excellence, Engineering and Innovation’ in Hyderabad. On March 15, BlackBerry officially said, they would recruit the country’s best-embedded software engineers to help build the next generation of software-defined vehicles (SDVs) and advance innovation in other Internet of Things industries.
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Courtesy: The Times of India
Another Indian Racially Abused By Americans, Video Goes Viral
In another incident, an Indian was racially bullied by Americans, which went viral on social media platforms. Recently, a video is making rounds in social media, in which an Indian citizen is questioned like, "Why are you in Poland?" The identity of the attacker and victim, the Indian man is not yet established, but in the video, the abuser was calling himself an American.
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Texas Racial Attack: Latin Woman Verbally Abuses 4 Indian Women, Makes Racist Remarks
A video has gone viral on social media, where a Mexican-American woman can be seen verbally abusing Indian women in Dallas, Texas. The woman, identified as Esmeralda Upton, has been arrested for her verbal assault of Indian woman in a parking lot. The aggressor also tried to smack the victims, who were recording the incident. Meanwhile, Indian-American bodies have condemned the aforementioned hate crime.
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Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Excluding Shooting From Commonwealth Games Will Impact India's Medals: Jaspal Rana
Removing shooting from the Commonwealth Games 2022 will hurt India's winning chances, said 2002 gold medalist Japal Rana. Rued about the exclusion of shooting in CWG, Rana said, "It was not a priority sport for the organisers so they have excluded it. They have removed it so as to impact India’s medals tally. That is how they can manipulate the tally count". CWG is beginning on July 28-August 8.
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Boxer Lovlina Borgohain Alleges Mental Harassment Amid Commonwealth Games
Olympic bronze medallist Lovlina Borgohain alleged "continuous harassment" her coaches are facing from the authorities, which is disturbing her Commonwealth Games-2022 preparations. In a Twitter post, Borgohain said,"The coaches who helped me win an Olympic medal are always being side-lined which has severely impacted… read-more
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Tajinderpal Singh Toor Withdraws From 22 World Championship
Amid injuries, top Indian shot putter Tajinderpal Singh Toor withdrew from the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. As per PTI, Toor sustained a groin injury, ahead of the ongoing World Athletics Championships in Eugene, USA. Notably, days ago, at Chula Vista in USA, the Indian team had World Championships training stint, during which Tajinderpal sustained the injury. Toor said he feared the injury could aggravate, and withdrew… read-more
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Courtesy: Press Trust of India
LPG Gas Cylinder Prices Hikes Again By Rs 50 In India, 8th Time In Year
Cooking gas LPG prices hiked for the fourth time since the Ukraine-Russia war, on July 6. The new prices with an increase of Rs 50 are at Rs 1,053 for non-subsidised LPG gas. In the past one year, this is the eighth hike in prices, taking the total rise to Rs 244, or 30%. However, poor beneficiaries under Ujjwala connection will not pay the non-subsidized LPG prices.
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Courtesy: Press Trust of India
Mame Khan Becomes First Folk Artist To Walk Cannes Red Carpet 22
Manganiar singer Mame Khan from Rajasthan created history, as he became the first folk artist to walk the red carpet of Cannes 2022. Khan was amongst Indian contingent at Cannes with Minister Anurag Thakur in France. Originally from Rajasthan, Mame Khan has gained fame for his traditional Rajasthani music for 15 generations. Furthermore, Khan was slaying Cannes red carpet in the traditional Rajasthani outfit, Jacket, and floral turban.
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Courtesy: The Indian Express
Amarnath Pilgrimage Registration Begins From April 11, Yatra In June
The Amarnath Yatra, which is scheduled from June 30, started its registration. Devotees can register themselves at 316 branches of Punjab National Bank across India. Registration this year is for Rs 120 per person. However, those who registered last year, need to pay Rs 20 extra. In addition, people below 13-year-old and above 75-year-old are not eligible for the Amarnath Yatra, which will commence on August 11.
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‘Tomb of Sand’ Becomes 1st Hindi Novel To Be Shortlisted For International Booker Prize
Author Geetanjali Shree’s novel ‘Tomb of Sand’, became the first Hindi language work to be shortlisted for the International Booker Prize, on April 7. "The Booker is a very special recognition and I wasn't waiting for it, wasn't expecting it, so it's coming as a wonderful surprise for me and recognition for our work,'' stated Geetanjali. Notably, five other titles across the world will compete for the 50,000… read-more
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Courtesy: Zee News