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State has to improve CSR fund utilisation: Indian Ambassador Venu Rajamony at Kerala's first CSR conclave
Inaugurating Kerala’s first Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) conclave on Friday, Indian Ambassador to the Netherlands Venu Rajamony underscored the need of better utilisation of CSR funds in the
India scored through Mandeep Singh from a penalty corner rebound but the goal was nullified by Thierry Brinkman five minutes from the hooter.
Under new chief coach Harendra Singh, India could not have asked for a better start to their campaign as the Indians mauled arch-rivals Pakistan 4-0 before stunning Argentina 2-1.
Daniel Bertoni, scorer of a goal in the final against the Netherlands in Buenos Aires, told teams can survive the kind of shaky start that Argentina have had here in Russia.
Spanish police said in a statement they had seized more than 100 types of new psychoactive substances (NPS) in two laboratories in the southern province of Granada and Valencia in the east.
Having finished second best in the last edition, Indian men's hockey team would want to go one step ahead this time.
Streak will join Scotland during the ongoing Twenty20 International series in the Netherlands also involving Ireland.
The Atlas Lions begin their first FIFA World Cup campaign for 20 years against Iran in Saint Petersburg on Friday.
Going by the MRF Tyres ICC T20I Team Rankings, Scotland are the top dogs in the triangular Twenty20 International series, to be played across the Netherlands from June 12 to 20.
New Italy coach Roberto Mancini's first three games in charge have resulted in a 2-1 victory over Saudi Arabia, 3-1 defeat by France, and 1-1 draw against the Dutch.
The Netherlands congratulated India's accession to the Missile Technology Control Regime, Wassenaar arrangement and the Australia Group, three export control regimes.
This is Rutte's second visit to India as prime minister and is accompanied by a strong business delegation. His last visit to India was in June 2015.
The Dutch public broadcaster NOS said the man was a Syrian, who lived in the city, but was not on a list of potential terror suspects.
After setbacks in France and the Netherlands in the first half of 2017 eurosceptic parties have chalked up major gains in several countries around Europe.
Turkey on Saturday lashed out at Austria and the Netherlands which announced any possible campaigning by parties for the June elections were not welcome, saying the move would harm "democratic values.