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Delivery by Drones: Sky doesn’t seem to be the limit!

Delivery by drones is no longer the stuff for science fiction; with the green light from the civil aviation authorities in the offing, both Amazon and Google, the two internet giants, are already competing for supremacy over the skies, while taking leaps in innovation. Behind them, an army of new players is trying to catching up with them – for the goal.

Delivery by Drones: Sky doesn’t seem to be the limit!
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Colombo Process concludes with decisions aimed at ensuring skilled and safe labour migration from Asia

A two-day Senior Officials’ Meeting of the Colombo Process (CP) held in Colombo, Sri Lanka on 4-5 November 2015 has resulted in far reaching concrete decisions and recommendations aimed at advancing collective efforts for safe and skilled labour migration management by sending countries in Asia.

Colombo Process  concludes with  decisions aimed at ensuring skilled and safe labour migration from Asia
Colombo Process  concludes with  decisions aimed at ensuring skilled and safe labour migration from Asia
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Letter from America: Myanmar goes to the polls today

Today Myanmar (previously Burma) is holding its first contested vote since 1990.

Letter from America: Myanmar goes to the polls today
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Bihar - A Knock Out Punch For Modi

Till Saturday (November 7) night they were ‘celebrating’ their ‘victory’ in the Bihar assembly polls, hours before the counting of votes in Bihar. The Bharatiya Janata Party was so sure of its win that while it was readying for a big celebration it had ordered 100 kg of ‘Ladoos’ in Delhi.

 Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar (File Photo)
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