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The Paris 2024 Olympic Games’ torch was lit at a ceremony in Olympia, Greece, on April 16. The torch commenced an extremely long journey and will be relayed through Greece and France until it is used to light the Olympic flame during the opening ceremony of the 2024 Olympic Games at Paris in France in July. 

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Well-known food delivery platform Swiggy has launched an initiative called ‘Swiggy Pawlice’, which will help people find their lost pets using the Swiggy app. The new initiative allows pet owners to report their missing pets through a new feature introduced on the app and the company’s large network of delivery partners will help with the search. 

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The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur, has partnered with the Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS) to devise technologies that will cater to the health issues faced by Indian soldiers deployed in challenging environments. The collaboration will enable the development of artificial intelligence diagnostic models and other medical technologies, which will provide soldiers with advanced medical services. 

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Indian multinational information technology (IT) firm Tata Consultancy Services has planned to set up a new delivery centre in Londrina, Brazil. The new delivery centre will cater to various areas including cognitive business operations, artificial intelligence and cyber security and is expected to create over 1,500 jobs over five years. 

The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, has undertaken a project called the ‘Longevity India Initiative’, which focusses on the study of ageing and age-related issues. Clinicians, pharmaceutical experts and numerous other researchers will contribute to the study, which aims to develop solutions for challenges related to ageing. 

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