Company: L&T Construction L&T Build India Scholarship 2021:- L&T Construction, India’s largest construction organization and ranked among the world’s top 30 contractors, has been over the past seven decades transforming cityscapes and landscapes with structures of immense size and grandeur. The company’s capabilities span the entire gamut of construction – civil, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation engineering
Samsung is rolling out offers and discounts on select smartphones and tablets for Valentine’s Day week. The sale will go on from today, February 9 to Monday, February 15. Some of the smartphones eligible for the Samsung Days Sale include Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy A71, Galaxy M31, and Galaxy F41. Tablets eligible for the
If there was one platform that people who hate Facebook and Instagram love to use, Twitter would come to the minds of many. The microblogging platform has a great variety of people having fun discussions, while also becoming a portal for people to complain about particular companies and directly connect with their customer service team.
Google Photos is now letting users pinch to zoom in on videos or double tap to zoom in or out. The feature seems to be rolling out as a server-side switch. According to users, the app version is not a factor. However, we could use the feature only after updating to the latest version of
Wuhan, China: A much-anticipated inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic wrapped up its mission in China on Tuesday with no breakthrough discovery, as investigators ruled out a theory that Covid-19 came from a lab but failed to identify which animal may have passed it to humans. While the coronavirus likely jumped to humans
New Delhi: mAadhaar app comes with a host of useful facilities, one such being a valid proof of identity. Important places where mAadhaar app can be used mAadhaar is more than an Aadhaar card in a wallet. Those having mAadhaar app can convinently used it anywhere anytime within India. On one hand while the mAadhaar
New Delhi: Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced in the Budget 2021 speech that the government is looking to divest non-strategic, state-run firms. The announcement has raised concerns among public sector bank employees and unions, considering that they are outside the strategic ambit, as articulated in the Budget. In order to oppose the proposed privatization