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'Pratyush' - 17 News Result(s)

  • Pratyush, India's Fastest Supercomputer, Established At Pune's IITM

    Pratyush, India's Fastest Supercomputer, Established At Pune's IITM

    Union Minister for Science and Technology Harsh Vardhan Monday dedicated India's fastest and first "multi-petaflops" supercomputer to the nation in Pune.

  • Pratyusha Banerjee's Short Film Hum Kuchh Kah Na Sakey Released Despite Stay Order

    Pratyusha Banerjee's Short Film <i>Hum Kuchh Kah Na Sakey</i> Released Despite Stay Order

    Pratyusha Banerjee short film Hum Kuchh Kah Na Sakey has an uncanny resemblance to what the late actress went through in her last few days

  • KCR Keeps Vow, Telangana Pays 3 Crores For 11 Kg Gold Crown For Goddess

    KCR Keeps Vow, Telangana Pays 3 Crores For 11 Kg Gold Crown For Goddess

    Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao will present a 11 kg golden crown to goddess Bhadrakali, fulfilling a vow he made during his agitation for a separate Telangana.

  • Thousands Choose To Remain After Army Evacuates Border Villages In Punjab

    Thousands Choose To Remain After Army Evacuates Border Villages In Punjab

    A day after India conducted surgical strikes targeting terrorist launch pads across the Line of Control, the army evacuated several villages along the India-Pakistan border in Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir. But thousands of villagers chose to remain fearing for their standing crops and property.

  • India Rethinks Most Favoured Nation Status For Pakistan

    India Rethinks Most Favoured Nation Status For Pakistan

    A day after reviewing the Indus Waters Treaty, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called a meeting to review the grant of Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to Pakistan. India unilaterally accorded MFN status to Pakistan in 1996, but Pakistan has not reciprocated in the two decades since.

  • No Price Shock For Travelers On Day 1 Of Railways Flexi Fare Scheme

    No Price Shock For Travelers On Day 1 Of Railways Flexi Fare Scheme

    Wary passengers who logged on to the Indian Railways booking website today morning expecting a jump in ticket prices were in for a pleasant surprise. Fares of premier trains like the Rajdhani and the Shatabdi remained largely unchanged despite dynamic pricing being enforced from today.

  • Enforcement Directorate Seizes Vijay Mallya's Assets Worth Rs 6,630 Crore

    Enforcement Directorate Seizes Vijay Mallya's Assets Worth Rs 6,630 Crore

    The Enforcement Directorate today seized properties, assets and shares, belonging to business tycoon Vijay Mallya, worth Rs 6,630 crore. The action against Mr Mallya, 60, comes after the CBI lodged a fresh case of cheating against him.

  • Big Changes In India's Surrogacy Rules: Your 10-Point Guide

    Big Changes In India's Surrogacy Rules: Your 10-Point Guide

    A draft law that aims to make surrogacy 'legal and transparent' in India was today cleared by the cabinet. The Surrogacy Bill, 2016 seeks to protect the rights of both the surrogate and the child. The government has announced that it will take up the Bill in the Winter Session of the parliament later this year.

  • Takes 3 Hours To Reach Hathras Village, Power Took 70 Years: PM Modi

    Takes 3 Hours To Reach Hathras Village, Power Took 70 Years: PM Modi

    In his third Independence Day address, Prime Minister Narendra Modi focused his message on development and good governance. To drive his point home he gave the example of a village in Uttar Pradesh, just hours from Delhi but it took over 70 years for it to get access to electricity.

  • 'This Is Your Conduct?' Why Supreme Court Said This To Centre Today

    'This Is Your Conduct?' Why Supreme Court Said This To Centre Today

    The centre was sharply admonished and fined Rs 25,000 by the Supreme Court today over its failure to file a response to a case on highway accidents.

  • This Startup Has an App to Solve Urban India's Space Crunch

    This Startup Has an App to Solve Urban India's Space Crunch

    Say you're moving out of Mumbai for two months, or remodelling your place. Where do you keep your things? Now there's an app for that.

  • US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter Could Visit India in May

    US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter Could Visit India in May

    US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter is likely to visit India next month when the two sides are expected to ink the nearly $2.5 billion deal for 22 Apache and 15 Chinook heavy-lift helicopters.

  • Government Appoints Panel to Assess Coal Blocks Compensation: Report

    Government Appoints Panel to Assess Coal Blocks Compensation: Report

    Days after promulgating an Ordinance to e-auction the coal blocks cancelled by the Supreme Court, the government has formed a committee headed by former Central Vigilance Commissioner Pratyush Sinha to assess compensation to be paid for taking over running or ready-to-produce mines.

  • Marathi actors Anand Abhyankar, Akshay Pendse killed in road accident

    Marathi actors Anand Abhyankar, Akshay Pendse killed in road accident

    Marathi actor Anand Abhyankar died in a road accident on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway on December 23. Mr Abhyankar was accompanied by fellow actor Akshay Pendse (33) and his two-year-old son Pratyush, who were also killed in the mishap.

  • Earthquake affected Kolkata Metro services

    Metro services in Kolkata were shut down for nearly 50 minutes as a precautionary measure on Wednesday, following the high intensity earthquake that hit the Sumatra coast, which was felt across the metropolis. The services were suspended from 2.42 PM to 3.30 PM, the Deputy General Manager (general) of Metro Railway, Pratyush Sinha told PTI.

  • Ex-ISRO chief Nair misled the nation, says Prime Minister's Office

    Ex-ISRO chief Nair misled the nation, says Prime Minister's Office

    The report released by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) indicting its former chief G Madhavan Nair has sparked off a war of words between him and the government. After Mr Nair called the government's report "one-sided", that found "serious procedural lapses" in the Antrix-Devas deal, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) today hit back say...

  • One-third Indians are corrupt statement irks Law Minister

    One-third Indians are corrupt statement irks Law Minister

    As an exit interview, it was a pretty damning one.  When Pratyush Sinha retired as India's Chief Vigilance Commissioner, he said that one-third of all Indians are corrupt, many others are borderline, and that his job had been a "thankless" one. (Read: 30% Indians totally corrupt, 50% borderline, says outgoing CVC chief) Now, Law Minister ...

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