Thursday, November 26, 2020

Apurva Minchekar

Apurva Minchekar
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Apurva is a storyteller and holds a graduate degree in Journalism. She loves going around the city, talking to people, and pen down the experiences. She never shies away from exploring and writing about topics that do not match her beat. In her free time, she plays guitar and reads non-fiction books.

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New work from home guidelines for BPO and ITES

Govt. removes registration and compliance of the companies and introduces new guidelines for IT and BPO firms to make work from home and work from anywhere permanent.

ADIA and PIF invests $1B in Reliance’s fiber optic business

Reliance’s fibre-optic business raises $1 billion from ADIA and PIF through stakes sale and borrowings for digital fibre business.

Philips launches ‘Hausala Program’

After the 'HarSaansMeiZindagi' campaign to increase awareness about childhood Pneumonia, Philips launched the 'Hausala Program' initiative to support the dhobi community during the pandemic.

Buldana pattern of water conservation gets national recognition

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NASA’s advanced toilet for International Space Station

NASA’s advanced toilet called Universal Waste Management System (UWMS) is launched for the International Space Station.

Google Maps introduces ‘COVID Layer’ feature

The technology giant Google announced a new feature COVID Layer in google maps to help users identify corona affected areas. The company stated that the feature would be available for its users by this week.

Cabinet approves AIIMS at Darbhanga, Bihar

Cabinet approves AIIMS at Darbhanga in Bihar under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana. The institute will provide proper healthcare, quality education, and employment opportunities.

SRK turns Knight Riders into a global sports brand

Shahrukh Khan, the veteran Bollywood actor and businessman, is all set to turn his sports brand Knight Riders into a global franchise.

India successful in testing Made in India hypersonic missile

India became the 4th nation to successfully launch a hypersonic missile, after China, Russia, and the US. The missile can fly six times the speed of sound and can be used for civilian applications

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