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Over 1,000 students and professionals to attend CSI 2017

Kolkata, Jan 17 (UNI) More than 1,000 IT professionals and students across India will participate in the annual convention Computer Society of India (CSI) starting from January 19, here.
The convention will be inaugurated by Dr Partha Chatterjee, Higher Education Minister of West Bengal.
As many as 11 pre-convention tutorial sessions will be held on January 18 to benefit the young learners, students and IT professionals on subjects including cloud computing and security, computer vision for intelligent video surveillance, machine learning, green computing, face recognition, cognitive radio in 5-G, etc.
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Ulhasnagar murder -- one arrested

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HP: Prez Ramnath Kovind pays surprise visit to the Ridge, interacts with the people

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Shimla, Sep 18 (UNI) President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday paid a surprise visit to the Ridge, Shimla and interacted with the people there.

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Physically-challenged littérature, translator Sonali Navangul selected for Sahitya Akademi's award for translation

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We didn't spare Gandhiji, will not spare BJP either: Hindu Mahasabha

19 Sep 2021 | 12:07 AM

Bengaluru, Sep 18 (UNI) Hindu Mahasabha Karnataka State Secretary Dharmendra Suratkal on Saturday said that the organisation did not spare Mahatma Gandhi who went against the wishes of the Hindus and neither will we spare the BJP leaders as his activists will appeal to the people not to vote for them in future elections if they continued demolishing temples.

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