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Startup Jharkhand policy introduced

News:- On the pattern of Central government’s Start-UP India campaign, the Jharkhand government has introduced “Start-Up Jharkhand”, earmarking Rs 50 crore to encourage entrepreneurs in different sectors.

Announced by:- Chief Minister Raghubar Das

Date:- 4th April

Note:- Informing this at the Think India 2016 Convention here, Das said a policy on Start-UP Jharkhand would be coming up. Innovation and Incubation Centres were being set up at a cost of Rs 10 crore, he said, adding an innovation lab would also be set up with the help of IIM Ahmedabad. Das said entrepreneurs were being encouraged in the sectors like Information Technology, Health, Tourism, Agriculture, Biotechnology and alternative energy.

‘Chennai 600028’ sequel launched

News:- The sequel to 2007 Tamil coming-of-age sports drama “Chennai 600028” was launched here.

Date:- 4th April

Announcement:- Director Venkat Prabhu, who has reunited with the cast of the film’s first part, shared the news on his Twitter page. “#reunion #vp7 #poojai #freshstart need ur love and support (sic),” Prabhu tweeted along with an image from the launch.

Working group:- The sequel will be produced by Prabhu’s Black Ticket Company, and will feature an ensemble cast of Jai, Shiva, Premgi Amaren, Aravind Akash, Nithin Satya, Varalakshmi and Vaibhav.


Leonardo DiCaprio banned from Indonesia

News:- Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio might face ban from returning to Indonesia after he criticized the nation’s palm oil plantations for destroying rain forests.

The incident:- The environmental activist, 41, visited the Indonesian island of Sumatra last month and posted on Instagram that the palm oil industry was threatening such wildlife in the Leuser Ecosystem as Sumatran elephants, tigers and orangutans.

Plantations often use slash-and-burn techniques to clear forest in the area, reported Us magazine. “The expansion of palm oil plantations is fragmenting the forest and cutting off key elephant migration corridors, making it more difficult for elephant families to find adequate sources of food and water,” DiCaprio had written.


Waqar Younis resigns as Pakistan coach

News:- Pakistan’s head coach Waqar Younis resigned weeks after his team’s humiliating exit from the World Twenty20 tournament at the group stage. The 2009 champions had been widely blasted by fans following a lacklustre performance with just one victory against lowly ranked Bangladesh and big losses to India, New Zealand and Australia.

Date:- 4th April

Background:- The 44-year-old took on the job for the second time in 2014, having previously held the post in 2010-11.

He made a formidable partnership with Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq to lift the team to number two in the Test rankings late last year, a spot they had previously attained in 2006.

The fast-bowling legend failed, however, to reverse Pakistan’s fortunes in the game’s shorter formats, with the team ranked a lowly seventh and eighth place in Twenty20 and one-day internationals respectively.

Source: Jobsnews

Updated: April 19, 2016 — 6:17 am

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