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Government to soon lanch Rs200 notes; ‘Printing started’

Government to soon lanch Rs200 notes; ‘Printing started’
Nearly seven months after demonestisation slowed down consumer transactions in the country, the Reserve Bank of India has begun printing bills of Rs 200 to speed up the re-monetisation process. The Rs 200 notes are being printed in a government-owned facility to help smoothen consumer transactions, reported Economic Times. “For day-to-day transaction purposes, the introduction of 200 rupee notes will... Read More

Girls: This man hold the world record of collection of ‘Kittys’

Girls: This man hold the world record of collection of ‘Kittys’
A 67-year-old former policeman with the world’s biggest Hello Kitty collection has become the envy of little girls everywhere with a quarter of a million dollars worth of moon-faced memorabilia. Masao Gunji, who spent his working life on the trail of hardened criminals, now spends his retirement tracking down pink and white soft toys to keep in a Hello Kitty-themed... Read More

Government planned something terrific for ‘Modi childhood tea stall’

Government planned something terrific for ‘Modi childhood tea stall’
The tea stall in Guajarat’s Vadnagar where Prime Minister Narendra Modi once sold tea during his childhood is all set to become a tourist spot with the Centre deciding to give it a face-lift. The stall is located on one of the platforms of the Vadnagar Railway station. Officials of the ministry of culture and tourism and Archaeological Survey of... Read More

2 Hizbul terrorist killed, Stone-pelters disrupt security operation

2 Hizbul terrorist killed, Stone-pelters disrupt security operation
A terrorist has been killed in an encounter with security forces in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir early this morning. The gun battle started after security launched an operation in Bahmnoo area of Pulwama, 40 km from capital Srinagar, after they received information about the presence of three terrorists. One terrorist was killed in the operation, which is still... Read More

Petroleum dealers association confirms a nation wide strike

Petroleum dealers association confirms a nation wide strike
The All India Petroleum Dealers’ Association has (AIPDA) called a nationwide petrol pump strike on July 12, protesting against the oil marketing companies’ failure to install 100 per cent automated system at the pumps and lack of transparency in the daily dynamic pricing mode. The daily dynamic pricing mode has been been started from June 16. “Our national body AIPDA... Read More

Government soon going to launch ‘Economy AC class’

Government soon going to launch ‘Economy AC class’
Train passengers will soon have option of travelling in a new class of ‘Economy AC coaches’ with fares less than normal third AC tariff. The proposed fully AC train will have three-tier Economy AC coaches besides AC-3, AC-2 and AC-1 classes as part of the transformation exercise. An added feature would be automatic doors. However, the passengers might not require... Read More

This union minister wants an inquiry againts Indian cricket team for there defeat in CT against Pak

This union minister wants an inquiry againts Indian cricket team for there defeat in CT against Pak
Union minister Ramdas Athawale on Saturday said the ICC Champions Trophy final between India and Pakistan appeared “fixed” and demanded a probe into the matter. The Union minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment also batted for 25 percent reservation for Dalits and tribals in cricket and other games, saying these sections have never got due recognition in sports.... Read More

Women gave birth to a child surrounded by lions

Women gave birth to a child surrounded by lions
The woman delivered a baby close to Gir forest in an ambulance Group of 12 lions surrounded the vehicle near village in Amreli district The-20-minute birthing happened as the pride blocked the vehicle’s path Manguben Makwana will never forget the night of June 29. The 32-year-old delivered a baby in the vicinity of the Gir forest in an ambulance after... Read More

After Sonu Nigam, new controversy hits on Mosque using loudspeakers

After Sonu Nigam, new controversy hits on Mosque using loudspeakers
A science textbook prescribed for Class 6 in certain schools under ICSE ) Indian Certificate of Secondary Education) board has identified a “mosque” as a source of noise pollution, sparking a row. An illustration on the chapter on pollution shows a train, car, plane and a mosque with symbols depicting loud sound. A man in the foreground is seen grimacing... Read More

why this Dehradun man logged a theft complain on Rakesh Roshan?

why this Dehradun man logged a theft complain on Rakesh Roshan?
 The Uttarakhand police has filed a chargesheet against noted Bollywood filmmaker Rakesh Roshan, accusing him of plagiarising portions of a story written by a city-based man and using it in his 2013 blockbuster ‘Krrish 3’. The chargesheet was filed on Thursday in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate Vivek Diwedi by sub-inspector Subodh Kumar, posted at Dalanwala police station, Sunil... Read More

Is smartphone going costlier after GST?

Is smartphone going costlier after GST?
Smartphones prices across brands such as Samsung, Xiaomi, Oppo, Gionee, Intex and Lava won’t increase because of GST, as these companies plan to absorb the impact on cost from the new tax system that comes into effect over the weekend. Retailers, though, have stopped purchasing stock from brands and some distributors have closed warehouses for a week, till the time process for invoicing and reclaiming credit on... Read More

Link your Aadhar card with your PAN with these three steps

Link your Aadhar card with your PAN with these three steps
Linking of Aadhaar with PAN card has been made mandatory for filing taxes starting July 1. The 10 character alpha-numeric Permanent Account Number (PAN) is a unique ID that every taxpaying body in India needs to have. “Mandatory quoting of Aadhaar/Enrolment ID of Aadhaar application form, for filing of return of income and for making an application for allotment of Permanent... Read More

US media did not care about Modi except trolling him

US media did not care about Modi except trolling him
IN THE 24 HOURS after Narendra Modi made his third visit to the United States as Prime Minister, the mainstream American media, inclined always to offer patronising lessons in journalism to media from other lands, gave us no analysis of the Indian leader’s day-and-a-half in Washington other than giggly deconstructions of Modi’s hug-and-handshake routine with Donald Trump in the Rose... Read More
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