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Three-layer security for counting centres in city tomorrow

07:56 pm Kolkata: A three-layer security cordon will be put in place outside each of the nine counting centres in the city, where votes for the 2016 Assembly polls will be counted tomorrow. The first two layers would be manned by Kolkata Police, ... The Freepress Journal, 1 week ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Remote villagers make living from online jobs

Jahangir Sarker could have been just another unemployed postgraduate the country has so many of. But the zeal within the 27-year-old is unrelenting. Dejected by not getting jobs he deserved in four years even though he had a postgraduate degree ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star4 weeks ago

Jr Fed Cup athletics

Sports reporter GUWAHATI, April 29 - A 14-member Assam team, including two officials, will take part in the 14th Federation Cup Junior Athletic Championship which will be held at Bangalore from May 3 to 5, informed Assam Athletic Association ...
 Assam Tribune1 month ago

Administration acts against brick kiln owners

Rourkela: Even as the Steel City is reeling under water scarcity following a sudden fall in the water level of Koel river in the last one week due to heatwave conditions, brick kilns on its river bed are allegedly drawing water with impunity. The ...
 Times of India1 month ago

ACMS condemns police brutality at Pengeree

Staff Correspondent DIBRUGARH, April 12 - Paban Singh Ghatowar and Dileshwar Tanti, the president and secretary of Assam Chah Mazdoor Sangha (ACMS) respectively while expressing solidarity with the victims of the Pengeree incident, condemned the ...
 Assam Tribune1 month ago

Naveen gifts Hinjili bridges, schools

Berhampur: With panchayat polls expected early next year, CM Naveen Patnaik inaugurated projects worth Rs 25 crore in Hinjili, his home turf, and said promises have been kept. On Tuesday, Naveen inaugurated bridges over the Rushikulya river - at ...
 Times of India1 month ago

A passage to India: Aussies compete for Bollywood

Work is sparse in Australia for aspiring Indian actors. Why try your luck and your vocal cords locally when Bollywood beckons? Every year, dozens line up for a national talent quest in the hope of a ticket to Mumbai and fame. On a humid summer ...
 Special Broadcasting Service1 month ago

Leicester Awards Five MSc Scholarships

The University of Leicester would award fivescholarships to its students to pursue their Masters from anywhere in the world. The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC), UK has granted five Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships to the ...
 Asian Lite2 months ago

Ways in which you didn't know a mother's milk can be used

Several researches and scientific studies have established that breast milk is a treasure trove of proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and other components that play a vital role in ensuring the well-being of a child. In fact, a recent study has ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Capturing moments of life

THE afternoon clouds have parted and heavy showers make Singapore Sports Hub look like a giant bowl floating in a shallow silvery lake. I get out of the Stadium MRT station, admiring its architectural curves. I am here to meet Dr Uma Trilok, a ...
 Asiaone2 months ago
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