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Kanak Gogoi, a 12th passed entrepreneur from Guwahati, has over a dozen innovations, from gravity-operated bicycle to a car which can run on air.

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HCL Technologies has bagged a long-term deal worth about $200 million from UK-based insurance firm Equitable Life Assurance Society.

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T. Harikumar, who quit his job as an engineer with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) to start Trivandrum based software firm Travancore Analytics, has developed the snakes and ladders board game for iPhone and iTouch.

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Indian system engineers are making their presence felt in Japan’s information technology industry. At the end of 2008, 22,000 Indians were living in Japan, nearly double the number a decade ago.

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Wipro has brought 229 year old British brand Yardley’s business in select markets such as India, Asia, Australiasia, Middle East and north and west Africa to stretch its personal care portfolio to the premium range.

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An Indian engineering graduate, Pulkit Gaur, has developed a robot that can go underwater and clean water or chemical tanks. This project is developed by Gridbots, an entrepreneurial venture by Gaur, this low-cost robot will remove any sludge particles in water.

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Sarfaraz Khan first surpassed Sachin Tendulkar’s record to hit the headlines. The 12-year-old cricket prodigy now wants to meet the batting great in person to achieve his long-cherished dream.

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If Pranav Mistry has his way, people around the world can build their own wearable ‘SixthSense’ — which uses a camera that understands human gestures — at a cost of less than Rs 15,000 ($300) by obtaining the software he developed for free in the next few months.

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A discussion platform concentrating on India will be incomplete without providing few basic information and facts of India. This is the first of the series of articles that will attempt to provide an introduction to India.

India the Country – Part One, provides a brief information sheet of India with details like
– Key Information
– Location, Area
– Political/Administrative Geography
– Climate

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After the success of ‘Hanuman: Boy Warrior’, Sony PlayStation has launched its second Indian game ‘Desi Adda: The Games of India.’ The game can be played on PS2 and PSP, and is available in four languages, viz. English, Hindi, Punjabi and Tamil, reports Livemint.

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