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Dec 82018
Kathak dancers Hari and Chethana perform at Soorya’s jugalbandhi fete. 
The vision to further expand the idea of Artificial Intelligence, "AI for All’ articulated in the National AI Strategy, NITI Aayog organises hackathons to source sustainable, innovative and technologically-enabled solutions to address various challenges in the development space.
Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India has been conferred the Skoch Award for National Significance at an event held recently in New Delhi. The award was received by Secretary, Ministry of New Renewable Energy Shri Anand Kumar.
The Ministry of Tourism has formulated the guidelines for approval of Online Travel Aggregators (OTA’s). These guidelines have been devised to ensure that there are adequate safeguards against deficiency of service, alternate arrangements if needed and punitive deterrence.  This is a voluntary scheme open to bonafide online travel aggregators to bring them on a common platform in the organized sector and the guidelines will be rolled out online by the end of December 2018.
Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Shri Radha Mohan Singh has said that the 160th session of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) Council, currently underway in Rome, approved India’s proposal to observe an International Year of Millets in 2023. On behalf of all countrymen, the minister conveyed his gratitude to the countries who voiced their support.
 Kerala state Department of Agriculture Development and Farmer's Welfare conducts "VAIGA 2018 and Krishi Unnathimela", an International Exhibition and Workshop on Agro-processing and Value Addition at the cultural capital of Kerala, Thrissur.  Unexpected flood havoc in the state ultimately destroyed precious lives and also the agriculture. The mission of rebuilding Kerala the revival pattern of the state is now keenly observed by the world as a replicable model at the time of crisis.
Carnatic vocal recital of Chinmaya Sisters, Uma and Radhika, at Soorya's ongoing Jugalbandhi festival.  Chinmaya Sisters- Uma and Radhika are popular names in the field of Carnatic Music. With Sweet and mellifluous voices that blend as one, melodious and spirited singing and strict adherence to Classicism, they have captured the hearts of Rasikas worldwide.
Carnatic vocal recital of Chinmaya Sisters, Uma and Radhika, at Soorya's ongoing Jugalbandhi festival.  Chinmaya Sisters- Uma and Radhika are popular names in the field of Carnatic Music. With Sweet and mellifluous voices that blend as one, melodious and spirited singing and strict adherence to Classicism, they have captured the hearts of Rasikas worldwide.
"The Reading Room" Trivandrum conducts, an open-mic event, wherein participants recite poetry, sing, play music and narrate stories or anecdotes on the theme. This place would appeal to adults & children alike. 
B-hub Trivandrum organizes a "social meetup" of the representatives of social media groups, bloggers, vloggers and active users of social media discuss road safety.  Collaboration among online media can create more effective campaigns for the development of the city. Moreover, they have an important role to play in the startup and innovation ecosystem of the country. The Trivandrum Social Meetup will be held on the second Saturday of every month. The topic of discussion for this month is Road Safety.
PanIIT Alumni India (Pan IIT) - an umbrella body, representing alumni of all Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) is set to host ‘PanIIT Conclave 2019’.

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