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Generic Engineering Construction and Projects bags orders worth Rs 102 cr

Yahoo Daily News 10 May 2021
Read full article. 10 May 2021, 7.36 am·1-min read. New Delhi, May 10 (PTI) Generic Engineering Construction and Projects Ltd on Monday said it has bagged construction orders worth Rs 101.77 crore ... PTI SVK DRR DRR. TRENDING. 1 ... 2 ... 3. SBI KYC ... 4 ... 5 ... .
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I would trade lives with Neil Armstrong: Chris Morris would love to discover what's it like to be on the moon- WATCH

Hindustan Times 10 May 2021
In a video posted on the Twitter handle of the Rajasthan Royals, Chris Morris told Sanju Samson that he would love to trade lives with famous astronaut Neil Armstrong for a day. PUBLISHED ON MAY 10, 2021 04.15 PM IST ... In 7 matches, he bagged 14 wickets to remain joint-second in the list of highest wicket-takers with Delhi Capitals' Avesh Khan ....
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Mumbai: NCB arrests ex-army officer from Zambian with Heroin worth r₹r26 crore

Hindustan Times 08 May 2021
He travelled from Addis Ababa in Ethiopia to Dubai, from Dubai to Delhi, and then Delhi to Mumbai ... In order to evade getting caught while travelling with the bag with contraband, he deliberately left it at the Dubai airport and arrived in Mumbai via Delhi. He then lodged a missing bag’s complaint at CSMIA and went to a hotel in Juhu for stay.
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‘Beyond my imagination’: Srinagar teen bags $70,000 scholarship to Qatar university

Indian Express 08 May 2021
Late last month, the Class 12 student from Delhi Public School, Srinagar received an email informing her that she had bagged a $70,000 (over Rs 51 lakh) full-ride scholarship to study at the prestigious Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in Qatar.
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The cricketers who miss a place in India’s T20 World Cup squad

The Telegraph India 06 May 2021
And if that is not enough commotion, there’s a Shikhar Dhawan, who has been making all the right noises with a bagful of runs. Delhi Capitals’ Dhawan would like to believe that he has done enough in IPL 2021 to make the Indian team management realise that he is more than a back-up option.
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As Covid-19 rages, rural India gasps for breathLess extensive testing and awareness about Covid-19 symptoms ...

Deccan Herald 05 May 2021
India's Covid-19 crisis has been most acute in the capital, New Delhi, among other cities, but in rural areas - home to nearly 70 per cent of India's 1.3 billion people - limited public healthcare is posing particular challenges ... with a bag) ... Delhi HC to Centre on oxygen crisis.
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Several flights cancelled as passenger traffic drops amid Covid fears

The Telegraph India 04 May 2021
At present, at least 20 flights connect Ranchi to New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Hyderabad. The Birsa Munda Airport, which bagged the top position in the Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) last year, has a 75-meter basic strip, which is the minimum length required for any airport.
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‘I don’t know what else I can do’: Panic and chaos inside Delhi’s hospitals as ...

The Independent 04 May 2021
very morning for the last five days, Sunil Kumar Gupta has come to stand in the scorching heat outside a makeshift hospital on the outskirts of Delhi, clutching a bag laden with homemade food, to try and find out if his wife is still alive.
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India COVID crisis: ‘Lack of oxygen killed him, not the virus’

Al Jazeera 03 May 2021
New Delhi, India – On Saturday afternoon, 12 coronavirus patients died at New Delhi’s Batra Hospital after it ran out of medical oxygen ... Doctors and paramedical staff in the ICU, located on the fifth floor of the hospital in southern Delhi, went to work with “ambu bags” (manual resuscitators) to keep the patients alive, fighting against time.
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On day 1 of Delhi’s vaccination drive, some centres see long lines, others deserted

Indian Express 03 May 2021
Serpentine lines outside some sites, staff waiting for people to turn up at others — the first day that Delhi opened up vaccination for those between the ages of 18 and 44 was a mixed bag ... For all the latest Delhi News, download Indian Express App ... Netizens have a field day as Delhi Capitals beat Punjab Kings by 7 wickets.
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Meet the Differently abled Female Entrepreneur Who is Positively Impacting Mental Health with Her Startup ...

The Eastern Herald 03 May 2021
An alumni from reputed institution like FMS, Delhi, Surashree Rahane is a highly impressive talent, bagging awards like “Leader of the year” guided by honourable former President of India Dr ... IIMs, ISB Hyderabad, FMS Delhi, AIIMS, law colleges and many other schools.
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IPL 2021: Rajasthan Royals thump SRH by 55 runs

Deccan Herald 02 May 2021
Rajasthan Royals rattled Sunrisers Hyderabad batsmen as they failed to secure the target by 55 runs in the IPL match in Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi ... both bagged three wickets each.
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Oxygen crisis: Delhi is creating a facade to hide its incompetence, Centre tells High Court

Indian Express 02 May 2021
It also alleged that “apathy on part of the Delhi government has become a regular and daily affair”. The court was also told by the Centre that the allocation of Delhi has been increased to 590 MTs but it is receiving only some 440 MTs on a daily basis ... Read .Delhi children’s hospital raises alarm over oxygen crisis ... Covid-19 India Second Wave delhi.
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Beyond Limitations, Meet the Disabled Woman Who is Positively Impacting Mental Health with her Startup ...

The Eastern Herald 02 May 2021
An alumni from reputed institution like FMS, Delhi, Surashree Rahane is a highly impressive talent, bagging awards like “Leader of the year” guided by honourable former President of India Dr ... IIMs, ISB Hyderabad, FMS Delhi, AIIMS, law colleges and many other schools.
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Beyond limitations, meet the disabled woman

Beijing News 30 Apr 2021
An alumni from reputed institution like FMS, Delhi, Surashree Rahane is a highly impressive talent, bagging awards like "Leader of the year" guided by honourable former President of India Dr APJ Abdul Kalam and "Outstanding student of India" by Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan.
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