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T10 Sports KHELO Challenge | Only For Organisations | October 2015SEPTEMBER 12, 2015EDIT NCRs coolest inter-organisation sports challenge is back with its 2015 Autumn Edition. Come Play in the T10Sports KHELO Challenge. We are delighted to have T10 Sports – leaders in customized sportswear with several corporate and institutional clients on board as the Title Sponsor for KHELO. Every single participant will be receiving a high quality dry-fit sports jersey. Several organisations play the KHELO property regularly including Genpact, Freecultr, Ericsson, EXL, S & P Capital IQ, Orix, 91Mobiles, Startup Movers, Cadence, JWT, 3CLogic, Rockwell and SlideShare among others. Send in your final nominations ASAP. New Sports Addition – Golf Driving and Putting Challenge!
The Prime Minister of Israel added 2 new photos.31 mins ·  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara visited the British Library in London last night, where they were briefed on the library in general and two items in particular – the original Balfour Declaration, in which UK Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour declared that Britain would support the establishment of a national home for the Jewish People in the Land of Israel, and a book edited by the Prime Minister's father, the late Professor Ben-Zion Netanyahu. The latter was a volume of Herzl's writings that the Prime Minister's father had edited in 1937 when he was only 27. The Prime Minister said that Herzl was a visionary and great leader and noted the link between him and the Balfour Declaration. The Netanyahus also viewed a Passover haggadah, Tanakh, an edition of the Talmud (Tractate Bava Kama) and other volumes. Photos: Avi Ohayon, GPO 364 Likes29 Comments38 Shares
150 evacuated in NYC subway after train derails A train on the New York City Subway’s G line derailed north of the Hoyt Street Station in Downtown Brooklyn on Thursday, local media reports. As many as 150 passengers were on board the southbound train when the front wheels of the first carriage came off the track at 10:16 pm local time. All the passengers were evacuated, with only one person in need of medical attention, reportedly due to a panic attack. The authorities called the incident a“minor” derailment.

Arianespace launches two Galileo satellites atop Russian Soyuz rocket A Russian Soyuz-ST rocket successfully blasted off early Friday from the European Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, carrying two Galileo navigation satellites bound for the European global satellite navigation system, which is planned to have up to 30 satellites in total, including reserves, in its constellation. These are the fifth and sixth satellites to be launched for Europe’s multinational Arianespace c…
The Prime Minister of Israel added 3 new photos.48 mins ·  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's remarks this morning at the start of his meeting in London with British Prime Minister David Cameron: "I look forward to discussing with you everything you mentioned – three specific areas; First security. The Middle East is disintegrating under the twin forces of militant Islam: The militant Sunnis led by ISIS and the militant Shiites led by Iran. And I believe that we can cooperate in practical ways to roll back the tide of militant Islam both in the Middle East and in Africa altogether. Secondly, and no less important, peace. I want to say here in 10 Downing Street, and reaffirm again that I am ready to resume direct negotiations with the Palestinians with no conditions whatsoever to enter negotiations, and I'm willing to do so immediately. The third point is technology – the future belongs to those who innovate. Britain and Israel are two great centers of technology. Israel …
India the only developing country to mandate female inclusion in corporate boards: World Bank

The World Bank in its recent report, “Women, Business and the Law 2016” reported that legal barriers to the economic advancement of women are widespread, shutting them out of certain jobs, limiting their access to credit, and leaving them unprotected against violence in many economies around the world.
Key findings at global level: •Legal gender differences are widespread: 155 of the 173 economies covered have at least one law impeding women’s economic opportunities. •The total number of legal gender differences across 173 economies is 943. •In 100 economies, women face gender-based job restrictions. •46 of the economies covered have no laws specifically protecting women from domestic violence. •In 18 economies, husbands can legally prevent their wives from working. •Lower legal gender equality is associated with fewer girls attending secondary school relative to boys, fewer women working or running …
Chennai: MoUs for investments worth over Rs. 1 lakh crore to be signed Sep 10 The Global Investors Summit in Chennai draws to a close on Thursday, with investment proposals worth more than Rs. one lakh crore lined up for signing in presence of chief minister J.Jayalalithaa Thursday evening. She has pitched for more investments saying the industrial environment aided by the centre’s friendly policies is conducive for growth. AIR correspondent reports, the stage is now set for the signing of various memoranda of understanding between industrial captains and the Tamil Nadu state government at the Chennai Trade Centre. Firms like Yes Bank, HCL, Yamaha, TVS, ITC and Adani Group have already unveiled their plans and many more are expected to be revealed Thursday evening.
The success of the event far exceeding the expectations of the organisers even in the midst of a gloomy global economic situation is set to give a boost for the “Make in India” initiative of the Union Government. 0SEPTEMBER 1…