May 15 News Roundup | Govt's campaign to bring back Kohinoor, India's largest tunnel aquarium & more
From the Indian government planning to launch a diplomatic campaign to bring back the controversial Kohinoor diamond to India men's hockey team for FIH Hockey Pro League, read on to know more about the latest trending news and updates in our May 15 news roundup.
Kerala becomes first Indian state with drone surveillance in all police districts
In a historic achievement, Kerala has become the first state in India to have drone surveillance in all its police districts. The drones were distributed to all police districts at a function this weekend where specially trained drone pilots were also issued their licenses.
Centre to launch campaign to bring Kohinoor diamond back
Indian government is planning to launch a diplomatic campaign aimed at bringing back the Kohinoor diamond to India. The campaign will also involve attempts to bring back other Indian artefacts that are currently under possession of the United Kingdom.
India announces Men's Hockey team for FIH Pro League in Europe
Hockey India has announced the 24-man squad that will compete in the Men's FIH Hockey Pro League in Europe. This tournament will be the first assignment of Craig Fulton, the newly-appointed head coach of the Indian Men's hockey team.
Hyderabad to get India's largest tunnel aquarium 'Aqua Marine Park'
To be built in an area of 2,50,000 sq ft., India's largest tunnel aquarium will come up in Hyderabad's Kothwalguda Eco Park. Named 'The Aqua Marine Park', this will be India's largest project of its kind which will be built with the budget of ₹300 crore.
Salary details now part of most job postings in India, finds report
Boosting transparency in India's job sector, most job postings in India now have clear salary details, according to a report released on Monday. Delhi topped the list of Indian cities that witnessed the highest increase in vacancies that offered clear salary data.
Rupee falls 15 paise; Closes at 82.33 against US dollar
After witnessing a high of 82.18 against the US dollar and a low of 82.37, the Indian Rupee fell 15 paise on Monday. The Indian currency closed at 82.33 against the US dollar owing to the continued strength of the American currency in the foreign market.
India's exports in April stands at USD 34.66 billion; Down by 12.7%
India's export numbers dipped in April by a considerable 12.7% on an year-over-year basis, lingering at USD 34.6 billion. These numbers are a considerable drop as compared to the numbers last April while the country's imports also declined by about 14%.
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