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Even fittest fighter pilots black out during ejection, says retired IAF officer | Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman

Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman would have blacked out for a couple of seconds, felt his body being pulled in different directions and heard a few loud bangs while ejecting from his MiG-21 Bison moments before the fighter jet crashed on February 27 after an aerial skirmish, said Anil Chopra, who became the first Air Marshal […]

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Live News Lok Sabha Passes Bill Providing 10% Quota for Economically Poor Among Upper Castes (OPEN CATEGORY)

  New Delhi: Late on Tuesday evening the Lok Sabha passed the 124th Constitutional Amendment Bill seeking to provide a maximum of 10 percent reservation for the economically weaker among the general category. This will be in addition to the quota already provided to the socially and educationally backward classes, the scheduled castes and the scheduled […]

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Private equity buyouts have become viable exit options — even for early stage startups

Ajay Chopra Contributor Ajay Chopra co-founded Pinnacle Systems in his living room and grew it to a multi-billion dollar public company before becoming a venture capitalist with Trinity Ventures. More posts by this contributor Full autonomy is years away, but here’s what’s next on autonomy’s wild ride From the distributed workforce to the partnered economy […]

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International Tea Day

International Tea Day is observed annually on December 15. It has been celebrated since 2005 in tea producing countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka,India,Nepal, Vietnam, Indonesia, Kenya, Malawi, Malaysia, Uganda, India and Tanzania.[1] International Tea Day aims to draw global attention of governments and citizens to the impact of the global tea trade on workers and growers, and has been linked to requests for price su Because tea is a necessi-tea! […]