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Made in India Magazine | January 21, 2021

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Posts ByMark Lynn, Author at Made in India Magazine

Google Now Understands 16 Indian Languages

December 21, 2020 |

Technology giant Google has recently released a statement that is fantastic news for Native Indian speakers around the globe. The world’s most popular search engine is now introducing a range of features to increase its understanding of Indian languages. … Read More

Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Retail Set To Beat Amazon In Asia

November 4, 2020 |

The corona pandemic might have caused most of us to stay at home and do just about nothing, but Mukesh Ambani, one of the wealthiest people in Asia has been very busy. He has been looking to expand his … Read More

National experts not consulted on curfew

September 26, 2020 |

The Government did not consult the national health regulatory authority for implementing the curfew in Victoria. Deputy Chief of the medical division has stated that the Government did not discuss the control measures with the Australian Health Protection Principal … Read More

Why COVID-19 patients are facing much more than just the disease

April 14, 2020 |

Insights from COVID-19 sufferer on the virus’s transferability – and the society’s scrutiny for catching it-

With new reports and rumours coming in from around the world daily, it looks like everyone is still unclear about how easy or difficult … Read More


February 1, 2020 |

The world was awakened to the rise of a new deadly epidemic known as the “2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)”. This new type of coronavirus has put the entire global community in total dismay. Coronavirus has been defined by medical … Read More

Cleanup expedition of Mount Everest ended with collection of tons of rubbish and dead bodies

October 2, 2019 |

An expedition to clean Mount Everest was able to remove about 11,000 kilograms of trash and four corpses. It is reported that it took 45 days for cleaners and volunteers to collect rubbish like plastic bottles, cans, … Read More

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