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Rahul Gandhi in his speech at FICCI talks about building a robust and open real estate market, so that businesses, have affordable access to land.
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Dr. Rajendra Prasad Sharma, DG-cum-Director Vigilance, Odisha Police-Vigilance Directorate receiving FICCI Smart Police Award for Enhancing Women Safety and Security in Bhubaneswar and Cuttack.
The initiative of Odisha Police aims to provide additional safety and security of women, especially working women and girl students in the twin cities of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack. The initiative comprises several innovative measures, leveraging the available resources, communication technology and social media.
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FICCI President welcomes Rajat Sharma, Chairman & Editor-in-Chief, India TV for a session on India First: Bridging the Political Divide
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Prof Sergei A. Karaganov, Economic and Foreign Policy Advisor to President of Russia, Mr Vladimir Putin & Dean of the School of International Economics & Foreign Affairs of the National Research University - Higher School of Economics delivering his lecture at FICCI Lecture Series.
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Rahul Gandhi during his address at FICCI said that the UPA government has done more to combat about corruption than any other government. He further said that very few governments have had the courage to enact a legislation like RTI which has made our processes more transparent and open.
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Mr Sumant Singh, AIG Tech, CISF receiving FICCI SMART Policing Award for Lost and Found - Web Application to help commuters who forget valuables in the security-hold area of airports.
CISF has developed a web application, which has been a runaway success. Using the lost and found web application on the CISF official website, commuters get regular updates of such items from all airports. In the year 2015, articles worth approximately Rs. 11 crore were restored to their bon-fide owners.
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Pretty much everything and the bungling had started much before crisp collars and sharp suits assembled in Bengaluru’s Ritz-Carlton for the mega auction on the last weekend of January. Sarfaraz Khan, a doubtlessly prodigious age-group cricketer but with little to show for in Twenty20 cricket, was retained pre-auction, and KL Rahul, good enough to score international hundreds in all three formats, was duly dispensed with.
The elegant right-hander was RCB’s third-highest run-getter in 2016 and had missed the 2017 edition due to a shoulder injury after acing the tough home series against Australia earlier that year. Letting him go was a surprise, and the fact that RCB didn’t once bid for him in auction confirmed that they were certain to look beyond him, which was a surprise, considering his well-documented talent to score quickly and correctly.
Rahul triggered a fierce bidding war between Mumbai Indians, Rajasthan Royals, Sunrisers Hyderabad, and Kings XI Punjab, and was ultimately taken by Punjab at 5.5 times his base price of Rs. 2 crore. He justified his price with 659 runs from 14 matches, ending IPL 2018 as third-highest scorer.
Delhi Daredevils ended Mumbai Indians chances of qualifying for the Indian Premier League (IPL) play-offs with a 11-run victory at the Ferozshah Kotla here on Sunday.
Australian legend Ricky Ponting, who was appointed head coach of Delhi Daredevils ahead of IPL 2018, has made an alarming statement on the poor form of allrounder Glenn Maxwell following the beleaguered franchise’s final match of the tournament.
Chennai Super Kings knocked out Kings XI Punjab from the play-offs race of the Indian Premier League (IPL), outplaying them in the last league match by five wickets here on Sunday.
In order to qualify for the play-offs, Punjab had to win this game by 53 runs or more but the visitors failed in doing so and thus got knocked out of the play-offs.
With this result, Rajasthan Royals became the fourth team to progress to the next stage with 14 points. Sunrisers Hyderabad, Kolkata Knight Riders and Chennai are the other three teams.
Put in to bat, Chennai bowlers did a fantastic job to bundle out Punjab for 153. After that, Suresh Raina (61 not out), who played sensibly throughout the innings and Deepak Chahar (39) along with other batters helped Chennai to complete the chase in the 19/1 overs.
Chennai got off to a bad start, losing opener Ambati Rayudu (1) in the second over.
After adding 24 runs to the total with new batsman Suresh Raina (61 not out), opener Faf du Plesis (14) also departed in the fifth over. In the same over, Sam Billings (0) was also sent packing by Ankit Rajpoot.
After five overs, Chennai were reeling at 27/3. Harbhajan Singh was sent up the order. The move also paid little as the off-spinner scored 19 runs in 22 balls which included two boundaries and one six. But in the 11th over, Harbhajan was dismissed by Ravichandran Ashwin
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