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Bilateral naval exercises, overthrown in a fleeting comeback by Kevin Rudd, Written by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: October 7, "The decibel levels are high.

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And Sanjay sir was very supportive, she gushes For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: October 9 2017 5:59 pm To promote startups with social impact in the country IT industry apex body Nasscom has launched the second edition of its “Code for The Next Billion Programme” that aims to promote internet innovation among software developers (File Photo) Related News To promote startups with social impact in the country IT industry apex body NASSCOM has launched the second edition of its “Code for The Next Billion Programme” that aims to promote internet innovation among software developers Launched in 2015 the programme aims to provide a platform for startups to showcase innovations that can help solve some of the problems in the society As part of the six-month programme 10 social impact startups from the country will be chosen and mentored towards building a sustainable social enterprise They will be provided with technical and financial mentoring to build their applications “In the present day we are witnessing a remarkable growth in the startup ecosystem We believe that the programme will not only catalyse the constantly innovating ecosystem but will also help design thought process in the country” saidNASSCOM Vice President (Industry Initiative) KS Viswanathan in the statement “The programme is a step forward in supporting social impact startups and encouraging a developer ecosystem that inspires innovation” said Satyajeet Singh the head of strategic product partnerships of Facebook India and South Asia The programme by ‘Nasscom 10000 Startups’ is launched in partnership with Facebook to accelerate the development and adoption of mobile internet applications across India an official statement said NASSCOM10000 Startups aims to foster fund and provide support to impact 10000 technology startups in India by 2023 For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday hit back at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for describing GST as ‘Gabbar Singh Tax’ saying those who are used to monumental scams in the 2G spectrum and coal allocation will have objections to legitimate tax He also took potshots at Opposition parties’ decision to observing 8 November as a ‘Black Day’ saying the move displays their faith in the cash economy "The people who had got used to 2G (telecom) and coal block (allocation) scams will have objections to legitimate tax" Jaitley told a news briefing called to discuss the state of the economy File image of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley PTI He was commenting on the Congress vice-president on Monday dubbing the Goods and Services Tax (GST) as "BJP’s Gabbar Singh Tax" The government has billed GST which amalgamated more than a dozen central and state levies as "landmark reform" that will not just boost economic growth but also curb tax evasion The launch of GST from 1 July "has resulted in unified tax across the country and has helped in removing transport restrictions on the movement of goods resulting in their faster movement and help in creating common market reduction in corruption and leakage and further help in Make in India programme" said a statement issued after the briefing "It is expected to provide the boost to revenues investment and medium-term economic growth" it said "Despite the teething troubles that the government and the GST Council are addressing initial results in the form of revenue raised seem encouraging" During the initial days businesses particularly small and medium enterprises have faced problems in filing returns Asked about several opposition parties announcing that they would observe 8 November the first anniversary of demonetisation as ‘Black Day’ Jaitley said the government will continue to insist on less cash economy "They can definitely do it Their faith in the cash economy will be on display with such celebration" he said "Government is very clear that there should be less cash economy (but) Opposition feels that cash economy should be bigger" Large amounts of cash in an economy is seen by some as indicative of tax evasion and ill-gotten wealth or black money By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 18 2017 1:03 am Police said they have identified the two accused both juveniles and added that they will be apprehended soon (Representational image) Top News The body of a 17-year-old boy was found tied to a chair with his throat slit in outer Delhi’s Kanjhawala in the early hours of Friday Police said the incident came to light around 1230 am when they were informed about the body being found inside a house in Ladpur area in Kanjhawala “The boy had been tied to a chair with the help of a clutch wire In the meantime we received information that the boy’s family was looking for him He had stepped out for a walk and did not return home” an officer said Police said they have identified the two accused both juveniles and added that they will be apprehended soon Police added that a boy who lives in the area told them that the two juveniles had asked him for some money They told him they had “killed someone” and needed to leave the capital The boy told said he did not have any money and they left He then informed his father who is with the Delhi Police Police said they are yet to ascertain the motive of the murder For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: August 6 2017 11:18 pm Rose Chelimo finished strongly in 2 hours 27 minutes 11 seconds seven seconds clear of Kiplagat (Source: Reuters) Top News Rose Chelimo a Bahraini who switched allegiance from her Kenyan homeland sprinted away from her former compatriot Edna Kiplagat to win the women’s marathon at the World Athletics Championships after a tactical battle and exciting finish on Sunday Chelimo who had looked beaten fought back over the last few hundred metres approaching the Tower Bridge finish after Kiplagat struck for home too soon with two kilometres left Forging away to victory the 28-year-old who acquired Bahraini citizenship two years ago and was cleared by the IAAF last year to run for her adopted country denied Kiplagat what would have been an unprecedented third world marathon gold Chelimo finished strongly in 2 hours 27 minutes 11 seconds seven seconds clear of Kiplagat American Amy Cragg made a tremendous final burst to overhaul another Kenyan Flomena Daniel who had looked set for the bronze medal Cragg also closed in swiftly on the tiring 37-year-old Kiplagat but had to settle for third place in the same time of 2:27:18 Chelimo had enough energy to wave to the crowd as she approached the line and took the Bahraini flag offered by her team officials This though was the sort of scene that the IAAF want to see ended Earlier this year they froze new transfers of allegiance to stop oil-rich countries luring talented athletes from poor countries with offers of school and financial rewards Chelimo was one of those athletes who has achieved success particularly in half-marathons since switching allegiance and she was effusive in her praise of Bahrain “My life will change because I am a world champion for my country now It is so special for Bahrain the country is so happy for me to be the winner in 2017 They support me a lot” Chelimo said “I am feeling good and am happy to be the winner This is one of the best days in my life and hopefully there are more to come” FOURTH MARATHON This was only Chelimo’s fourth marathon Having won on her debut in Seoul she finished eighth at the Rio Olympics before her runner-up spot behind Kiplagat in Boston in April Chelimo’s victory stopped Kenya celebrating a marathon double alongside men’s champion Geoffrey Kipkorir Kirui on the first occasion both races had been held on the same day Chelimo proved a worthy winner of a race that only came alive in the final few kilometres over a tricky tight-cornered four-lap circuit of central London around some of the city’s most famous sights Watched by huge and enthusiastic crowds British stalwart Aly Dixon at the age of 38 and with no chance of winning was the unlikely home star She opened up a 32-second lead by the half-way point as she gestured cheerily to the crowd to give her more support The real race though had not even started A pack of 14 were still only edging up the pace gradually allowing Dixon who eventually finished 18th to lead until the 18th mile Even when caught she managed to hold on to the main contenders until the two-hour mark as they held off making the first move American Cragg eventually broke but when the field splintered Chelimo pushed for home only for the more rangy Kiplagat to storm past her She had though made her move too early with a deceptive uphill stretch towards the finish “I think that last 2km was the most difficult All the way I worked so hard but the last 3km was too long for me I think I was too tired after the previous sprints (to try to break Chelimo)” Kiplagat said Of her distinguished rival Chelimo said: “Edna is strong At 35km I pushed after some time Edna came and I said to myself ‘let her go’ I already accepted to be second “But then I caught her I was encouraged and thought ‘maybe I can try’ and I succeeded” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News the last time he was on a cricket field in India, he couldn’t clear long-on but it just about had enough legs on it to force the boundary-patroller M Vijay to step outside the boundary. at 22, Rajan.

9, which spoil the fun among cinephiles.had killed 35 persons from the landowning upper caste Bhumihari Brahmin community on February 12, told PTI. a fact that was emphasised by the Spanish coach. He also brought calmness to the dressing room which is visible on the field.

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