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  1. VeloCloud Internet Quality Report Reveals That 25% of the Time, the...Read the original story

    Wednesday | Information Technology

    One-quarter of the time, the Internet fails to deliver the level of application performance required by enterprises. Based on this data, unpredictable performance occurring during work hours-caused by packet loss and jitter/latency over Internet connections-could translate into significant lost productivity.

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  2. Tamil Nadu CM feels conditions in Sri Lanka's North and East not...Read the original story

    Wednesday | Colombo Page

    Jan 28, Chennai: The conditions in Sri Lanka's Northern and Eastern provinces are still not conducive for the voluntary repatriation of Sri Lankan Tamil refugees in Tamil Nadu, the Chief Minister of that state O. Panneerselvam told the central Indian government today. In a letter to the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister said although recent political developments are a cause for hope and have raised expectations of reconciliation, the "atmosphere of fear, intimidation and of possible human rights violations has not entirely dissipated'" as there are still apprehensions about the presence of the Sri Lankan Army in Tamil areas.

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  3. Focus on post-harvest pest control too, experts sayRead the original story

    Wednesday | World-Grain

    MADURAI: Experts who spoke at a conference here on Monday highlighted the importance of concentrating on pest control on storage front. Speaking after inaugurating the International Conference on Innovative Insect Management Approaches for Sustainable Agro Eco-system held at Agricultural College & Research Institute here, K Alagusundaram, deputy director general of Indian Council for Agricultural Research , said significant percentage of 200 more million metric tonnes food grain harvested suffer loss in storage .

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    Wednesday | Times-Dispatch

    ... a plane for his first international trip. After a layover in Germany, Harthorn arrived in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, at about 3 a.m. alone and without a phone. He said this was the most heart pumping experience of the trip. "The sights and sounds ...

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  5. Dalit IAS officer explores law to preach ChristianityRead the original story

    Wednesday | Nerve News

    Senior Indian Administrative Service officer C. Umashankar is looking at legal options to challenge a government directive forbidding him from preaching Christianity. I am looking at legal options.

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  6. Sensex Halts 6-day Rally; Adani Net Rises, Ranbaxy Net Loss WidensRead the original story

    Wednesday | Ticker

    GSFC net rose less than expected 2% on 11% rise in revenues. Maruti plans to set up three units in Gujarat.

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  7. IPL auction on February 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Cricketer International

    The IPL player auction will be held on February 16 in Bangalore. There is no clarity on the number of players in the auction pool because the deadline for franchises to prune the original list has been deferred to February 4. Yuvraj Singh, Kevin Pietersen and Dinesh Karthik along with South Africa Test captain Hashim Amla have attracted the highest base price of Rs 20,000,000.

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  8. Obama shouldn't lecture India on religious tolerance: SwamyRead the original story

    Wednesday | Newkerala.com

    Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy on Wednesday criticised U.S. President Barack Obama for his Town Hall speech, stating that Washington should not lecture India on religious tolerance, and accused Muslims and Christians of brutalising Hindus. "He [President Obama] should mind his own business.

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  9. India to hard sell Tejas at air showRead the original story

    Wednesday | Nerve News

    India will showcase and hard sell its indigenous Light Combat Aircraft Tejas at an air show here in February to prospective buyers from overseas, a top official said Wednesday. Tejas will be on flying and static display at the Aero India Show here from Feb 18-22 to solicit foreign buyers, as we have started producing them for the Indian Air Force , state-run Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd's outgoing chairman R.K. Tyagi told reporters here.

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  10. Mumbai underdogs against strong BarodaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Cricketer International

    Even after the Baroda players had finished their pre-match training and team meeting and were relaxing in the dining area, the Mumbai players were slogging it out in an extended fielding session at the tranquil Moti Bagh stadium in Vadodara. Not always do Mumbai players go through a training session more rigorous than their opponents on the eve of a Ranji Trophy match.

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  11. Obama shouldn't lecture India on religious tolerance, says Subramanian SwamyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | DNA India

    Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy on Wednesday criticised US President Barack Obama for his Town Hall speech, stating that Washington should not lecture India on religious tolerance, and accused Muslims and Christians of brutalising Hindus. Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy on Wednesday criticised US President Barack Obama for his Town Hall speech, stating that Washington should not lecture India on religious tolerance, and accused Muslims and Christians of brutalising Hindus.

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  12. Top priority to safety & improved services to passengersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Star of Mysore

    Caption: Picture shows P.K. Saxena, General Manager, SWR, inspecting the Parade in an open Jeep accompanied by S. C. Sahu, Chief Security Commissioner . Mysuru, Jan.28- SWR celebrated 66th R-Day at Railway Sports Ground in Hubli.

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  13. Last-ditch attempt to bring Ashington pirate-hunter Nick Dunn homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Chronicle Live

    Former paratrooper Nick Dunn has lodged a bid with immigration officials in India with the hope of returning to Northumberland Charges filed against the former paratrooper were quashed in a hearing in India seven months ago but Nick is yet to be granted permission to leave the country. Police in India filed a petition in the Supreme Court to overturn the decision but a hearing it yet to be heard.

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  14. Indian Counterpart of US-based Tech Company Scores Big with Social Media TechniqueRead the original story

    Wednesday | PressReleasePoint

    A branch of a US-based technology company in India has recently created a buzz with their Facebook photo technique that has garnered over 17,000 likes and has reached nearly 50,000 people on the world's largest social network. KEY Difference, a US-based technology firm specializing in mobile application development and content marketing, has business units operating in several countries around the world.

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  15. A meeting of minds? Or a bouquet of questions?Read the original story

    Wednesday | Rediff.com

    The Jaya-Jaitley meeting poses more questions than answers -- and not just for the Tamil Nadu BJP, says N Sathiya Moorthy. he January 18 meeting between Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and J Jayalalithaa at the former Tamil Nadu chief minister's Poes Garden bungalow in Chennai has raised more questions than answers -- particularly for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party/National Democratic Alliance at the Centre.

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  16. Modi govt cuts wings of tax officialsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Rediff.com

    Top management of firms should be summoned for a few specified reasons and after written justification at a senior level, orders CBEC. he central government told tax officials last week that none of the senior management of large companies - chief executives, head of finance, general managers and so forth - should be summoned for evidence or to enforce recoveries.

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  17. Nanotech Research Innovations Honored with World Record: Dr. TheivasanthiRead the original story

    Wednesday | PR.com

    Innovations of Dr. T. Theivasanthi, from International Research Center, Kalasalingam University- the world's first super-paramagnetic particles of plant materials named, 'Santhi Particles.' This remarkable benchmark of nanotechnology research field has created world record in LIMCA Book of Records of The Coca-Cola Company.

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  18. Ranji Trophy: Can Aditya Tare do a star turn for Mumbai as captain?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Mid-Day Mumbai

    This is a season of plenty for Mumbai cricket - plenty of drama and plenty of lows. On Sunday, Suryakumar Yadav resigned as captain after Mumbai's innings defeat to Tamil Nadu at Chennai.

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  19. Starting today, a series that will use statistics to assess where...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Indian Express

    Starting today, a series that will use statistics to assess where poll-bound Delhi stands in terms of various social and development indicators, and how far government schemes and politicians have helped resolve its problems The period before an election is a good time to look at where a state stands in terms of development - something that all parties promise to deliver if voted to power. Swaniti Initiative carried out such an analysis for Delhi, based on numbers collated from government sources on its original data platform, Jigyasa.

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  20. Great expatations in AsiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Asian Pacific Post

    Singapore is still the most liveable place in Asia for expatriates and also the most favoured city in the world for Asian expats, according to a new survey. Long-time rival Hong Kong has slipped down the rankings by human resources firm ECA International.

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