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Protectionist rhetoric in the West is a worry, says Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka


BENGALURU: Protectionist rhetoric emanating from developed countries has potentially serious implications for the software industry, Infosys Chief Executive Officer Vishal Sikka said, but he argued that the company has the capability to surmount hurdles in the way of the free movement of technology professionals. Sikka, a former technology chief at SAP, made a case for realism, arguing that Infosys must ...

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Mo Dil Kahe Ilu Ilu


The new Odia movie titled Mo dil kahe Ilu Ilu is based on double roles. The story focuses more on family drama despite being a love story. Entrepreneur’s (Mihir Das) son Deb falls in love with another entrepreneur’s (Bijaya Mohanty) daughter Shruti. Residing in Deb’s home is a transgender named Ketaki, also happens to be in love with Deb. However ...

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CSE Welcomes Emergency Environment Measures by Delhi Govt.


Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has welcomed the initiative by the Arvind Kejriwal government in Delhi to announce emergency measures for bringing down the super severe pollution peaks that have persisted for about a week, posing serious health risk for children, the ailing and the general public. Said Anumita Roychowdhury, CSE’s executive director (research and advocacy) and the head ...

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Singer Swati Sharrma with her Emotion trance


Mumbai: A Bollywood movie is almost incomplete without a song. The music of a movie makes people hum along and dance to its tunes. Numerous Bollywood songs connect on an emotional level. The lyrics of some Bollywood songs bring tears. Sad songs do bring memories. Bollywood sad songs are all about pain, heartbreak, heartache do have a cult following. Lyrics ...

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Odisha, Indonesia Share Age-Old Historical and Civilisational Links- Governor


Bhubaneswar: Odisha and Indonesia share age-old historical and civilsational links. People of Kalinga were the pioneers in Indian colonization in farther India, particularly in Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, the then Burma. Indian traders, adventurers, teachers and priests were the dominating influence in South-East Asia. Hinduism and Buddhism both spread to these regions from India and for many centuries existed there with ...

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Odisha: SZAMBM Gheraoed Collectorate Demanding implementation of the 5th Scheduled Provisions


Sundargarh: Hundreds of tribals marched in a rally on 12th Nov from Stadium and gheraoed the district collectorate demanding implementation of the 5th scheduled constitutional provision in the district. The protest rally was organised under the umbrella banner of Sundargarh Zilla Adiwasi Mulwasi Bachao Manch(SZAMBM) under which a number of community based tribal sangathans from all the blocks across the ...

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Sudarsan Pattnaik’s sand art on “Begging of a clean India, RIP black money”


Puri: Renowned sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik created a sand sculpture on demonetisation move, at puri beach of  Odisha . The sculpture, which lauds PM Modi’s historic move to curb black money, bears the message,  “Beginning of a Clean India and RIP black money”. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s surprise announcement to demonetise higher denominations of currency notes has been applauded as ...

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Varanaseya Utkal Samaj celebrated Boita Bandana Utsav


Varanaseya Utkal Samaj celebrated Boita Bandana Utsav Maintaining the cultural tradition of Odisha, the Odias residing in Varanasi celebrated “Boita Bandana Utsav” under the aegis of Varanaseya Utkal Samaj (VUS) on 14th November, 2016. For a very long time, VUS is spreading the Odia culture among the Odia people and beyond the Odia community living around the holy city of ...

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