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ICC T20 World Cup Board Game Challenge - Click play, sit back, relax and enjoy the videos. Watch how players from the participating countries flex their muscles to deal with a completely different kind of pressure.

It has more than 100,000 customers in over 100 countries and counts Microsoft as its leading competitor. It is possibly India's most untold software success story, perched at the cutting edge of cloud computing.

Zoho Corporation, functioning from a trendy IT park surrounded by coconut trees in the Chennai suburb of Porur, is also breaking a popular myth that Indians are good for cheap-labour based services and not high-value products.

If many still have not heard of the company, it must be because it shuns the things that ambitious software companies are often in the news for: raising venture capital, going public with a share issue, borrowing from banks to expand or getting acquired.

"On those fundamental principles, we are not budging," says Raju Vegesna, 37, Zoho's chief evangelist . "We keep getting calls from venture capitalists but Sridhar (CEO) has even blogged asking them not to bug us."

If growth-based valuations are an indication, Zoho would easily surpass the storied Flipkart among current startups, but the company wants to stay private. It also matches up to India-made iflex solutions, acquired by Oracle and surpasses Finacle, the banking products division of Infosys.

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Article Courtesy of Hindustan Times 

Too drunk, can't add: Why some Indian women are rejecting grooms

This story originally appeared on the BBC website, Written by Geeta Pandey - on a visit to her village in Uttar Prdaesh. Life is not what it once seemed, when it comes to getting young women married.

Sparsh Shah is simply amazing.

Sparsh (Musical Name: PURHYTHM) is a 12 year talented boy from New Jersey, born with an incurable disease called Osteogenesis Imperfecta, which makes his bones extremely fragile / brittle.

The World Culture Festival and the Global Leadership Forum which was part of WCF. 

The biggest and most diverse expression of unity in recent history has just taken place: The World Culture Festival was held 11-13 March 2016 in New Delhi to celebrate 35 years of the Art of Living Foundation - a global, humanitarian organisation founded by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.

According to the popular Indian tech website digit.in, Samsung Note 5 is the most popular smartphone to buy in April 2016.

Yes, that's right, Samsung Note 5! And no, this is not a joke or a really delayed April fool's prank.

The website claims that Apple's flagship iPhone 6s is the second most popular smartphone with Samsung's S6.

Full list of the smartphone on their list is as follows:


Earth Hour is a worldwide movement for the planet organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). The event is held worldwide annually encouraging individuals, communities, households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour, from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. towards the end of March, as a symbol for their commitment to the planet. It was famously started as a lights-off event in Sydney, Australia in 2007. Since then it has grown to engage more than 7000 cities and towns worldwide. Today, Earth Hour engages a massive mainstream community on a broad range of environmental issues. The one-hour event continues to remain the key driver of the now larger movement.


Source :- Wikipedia

HCUK Director of Interfaith Relations - Anil Bhanot OBE attends Lord Mayor's dinner for the Archbishops and Bishops at Mansion House and calls upon DCLG, the department for Communities and Local Government for greater dialogue to improve community relationships.

The Suit that caused much furore and debate when PM Modi wore whilst meeting POTUS Barack Obama finally delivers a ray of hope to almost 10,000 girls across India.

The suit was specially woven using jacquard techniques and stitched by Jade Blue, an Ahmedabad-based chain of garment stores, for PM MODI, that had 'Narendra Damodardas Modi' monogrammed as pinstripes.

Depending on the fabric the cost of the suit is estimated to be anything between Rs 80,000 to Rs 5 Lakhs  

Here is a story of how one man who lost a bid for Modi’s Suits donated Rs 200 crore for over 10,000 Kids.

Man who lost bid for Modi's suit - Donates Rs 200 crore for 10k girls.

Are peaceful actions relevant today? What does it mean to “be the change”? Can one person make a difference? Mahatma Gandhi certainly did. Discover how this great soul took the timeless wisdom of the Eastern scriptures and lived the core values of their teachings thereby not only achieving greatness in his own life, but also inspiring many more to walk in his footsteps.

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