Research and training top the agenda in Australian state visit to India

In his first trip to the country since he entered office, Malcolm Turnbull was accompanied by Australian education minister, Simon Birmingham, who led a delegation of 120 representatives from Australian universities, industry and training institutions. Turnbull said in a speech that in the fields of education, training, science and innovation, “our dynamic and growing knowledge partnership can be truly transformative.” “We will continue to ensure that we provide outstanding opportunities for Indian students,” he said. “And also that Australian students learn more about India by visiting and studying here including through…

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MBA Offers a host of Advantages and Benefits

Gaining admission in prestigious MBA courses that are offered by the Top MBA Colleges in Mathura and other parts of Indiahas been a popular choice for general and engineering graduates over the last decade. If you are also interested in doing MBA from a well-established management institute after your graduation but unsure about whether it can propel your career in the right direction, you need to read this till the end. Here are some potential reasons that would tell you why you should look forward towards doing a MBA after…

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Need Of Data Recovery And Its Working

There are many reasons why people are using laptop or computer or tablet these days. But, one common purpose is that they want to store their large amount of data in such device. These days, all data is in digital which can be store only in laptop or tablet. This is the main reason for using this electronics device. You can store nay type of data in your laptop or tablet. data stored in this device may be audio, video, images, graphics, document file, paint file, text file, excel file,…

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Revamp your website and your public profile with web design services

Your website is your chance to let the world know who you are and what you are about. It is a huge missed opportunity to not capitalise on the potential your website offers by not having it designed properly. Often people think web design is easy and worth trying themselves. People also tend to overlook just how strong an impact a well designed website can be, assuming just having the bare bones of the information they need online is enough. Good web design is crucial. Your image is everything in…

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Body Building and Weight Loss – How to do it

When it comes to weight and fat loss, most people go to the gym and focus mainly on a cardio program and change their eating habits.  Many people forget to add the strength training component.  Strength training is far more effective at helping build muscle and burn fat than just cardio exercises.  One reason for this is that cardio does help people shrink in size with slow gains in muscle mass. A better way to do this and also get strong is to build muscle which help to burn calories…

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Trafalgar assures agents of 86% definite departures to Europe and Britain

Trafalgar is making it easier for agents to secure additional 2017 sales to the Europe and Britain. It has confirmed that an unprecedented 86% of departures are now definite for this year. From living la dolce vita with private dining after-hours at The Vatican, celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland and savouring the flavours of Spain, Portugal and Morocco, the wealth of authentic, effortless and fun travel options available are unparalleled. Gavin Tollman, CEO, Trafalgar commented, “There is no doubt that Britain is back and Europe…

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FCM Travel Solutions and KPMG release white paper on “Business Travel in India”

FCM Travel Solutions and KPMG today released industry first insights via a white paper titled “Business Travel in India” Emerging Trends & Opportunities. With business travel rapidly evolving, and travel gradually emerging as the second-largest area of controllable business spend for corporates, the paper delivers a comprehensive look at where and how business travellers in India are spending. The report also details business travel spending in top 15 countries across multiple sectors over a period of five years. India is all poised to lead this growth and accordingly by 2030…

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2016 hottest year ever recorded – and scientists say human activity to blame

2016 was the hottest year on record, setting a new high for the third year in a row, with scientists firmly putting the blame on human activities that drive climate change. The final data for 2016 was released on Wednesday by the three key agencies – the UK Met Office and Nasa and Noaa in the US – and showed 16 of the 17 hottest years on record have been this century. Direct temperature measurements stretch back to 1880, but scientific research indicates the world was last this warm about…

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Kuri home robot can read to your kids and watch your home

You may not have to wait for the likes of ASUS’ Zenbo to cross the ocean before you can get an affordable home robot. Mayfield Robotics (one of Bosch’s startups) has taken the wraps off of Kuri, a 20-inch-tall robot companion that promises to play nicely with your smart home. It can answer questions with a human-like touch (facial expressions, head gestures and sounds), watch over your home with a 1080p camera and play audio, whether it follows you around with music or reads to your kids. It’s reportedly easy…

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Intel unveils its 7th-gen CPUs for desktops and performance laptops

Intel hasn’t forgotten about desktop aficionados. Only a few months after debuting its seventh-generation CPUs for ultraportables, the chip giant is rounding things out with new processors for more powerful machines. There’s the “H-series,” targeted at “performance laptops and mobile workstations,” and the “S-series,” which are meant for more traditional desktops. They’ll complement the two other lines of seventh-generation CPUs, which cover ultra-thin designs (the “Y-series”) and faster ultraportables (the “U-series”). Naturally, you can expect the new desktop chips to perform better than their predecessors. Intel claims the S-series i7-7700K…

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