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Six girls rescued from human traffickers by Mumbai police
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Six girls rescued from human traffickers by Mumbai police

Six girls, including four minors, were rescued from alleged human traffickers by Social Service branch of Mumbai police in raids carried out in different areas of the city, the police said today."In the raid in suburban Sakinaka, three girls, including two minors, were rescued from a hotel last night. Cash of Rs 5,500 and a mobile phone were recovered," police said."In the raid in Sion area of South Mumbai, two minors were among three girls who were rescued," they said. Cases have been ... Rediff.com, 17 hours ago

Dallas Confirms 10 Zika Cases in Pregnant Women

Although the virus, spread by mosquitos, causes only mild symptoms, it can have serious complications for unborn children, ranging from eye and hearing defects through to microcephaly (abnormally small heads) and other severe fetal brain defects. ...
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Brexit could mar Paris Agreement success

EU operates as one block at the climate change negotiations and takes a single greenhouse gas emission reduction target under the Paris Agreement United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union may not delay the execution of the Paris Agreement on climate change but it could mar the global pact’s ability to achieve deep greenhouse emission cuts in the short- and medium- run. The next step to operationalising the global compact requires at least 55 countries contributing at least 55 ...
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Sisodia, 64 AAP MLAs detained en route to PM's residence

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and 64 other Aam Aadmi Party MLAs were stopped near Tughlaq Road in New Delhi and later detained by the police on Sunday, as they were en route to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s residence at 7 Race Course Road in protest. They were going there as a sign of protest and to surrender themselves. The bitter battle between the state government and the Centre escalated today as Sisodia dared the PM to arrest him on allegations of intimidating the ...
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Declare your undisclosed income before Sept 30 or face action: Modi

Urging everyone to disclose undisclosed income by September 30 while addressing the nation through Mann ki Baat on radio, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that this is the last chance to avoid any problems.Those who do not disclose undisclosed income by September 30 will face difficulties, he said.The PM said, We lose our peace by violating rules, why not give correct information about our income and assets to the government?Remembering the Emergency which was imposed in the ...
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Brexit: Indians working in the UK may face higher taxes

Sending money to families in India will get more expensive The turmoil arising from Brexit has affected the mood among UK-based NRIs as well, who are struggling to gauge its impact on their personal finances. IT professionals expect an impact over the long-run. “Many IT multinationals, which had their European headquarters in the UK, may think of relocating to Germany or France, if access to Europe becomes restricted,” said Shambhu Kumar, a senior manager with Hitachi Consultant.
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In Pics: 10 delightful photos of India

Bringing you the latest from our #India-Photos series! You too can post photographs from your travels around the country here. Take a look! IMAGE: First we have a beautiful evening shot of Lucknow's Bara Imambara. This picture was shared by MKG. Mesmerised by its beauty? Then scroll down to see what it looks like in the day.  IMAGE: A day shot of the majestic structure of Bara Imambara, Lucknow. This too was shared by MKG.  IMAGE: Aruxavier captured the greenery ...
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AYUSH ministry will soon start certifying yoga institutes

Amidst the Modi government's push to popularise yoga, the AYUSH ministry has decided to certify institutes imparting training in the ancient discipline for physical and mental wellbeing, to ensure quality control and check the mushrooming of centres which do not meet even the basic standards. The ministry has asked yoga institutes across the country to apply for government certification by the end of this year. The module for this scheme has already been prepared by the ministry.  ...
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Chat: How Brexit will affect your investments

On June 24, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union after 43 years in a historic referendum that saw 52 per cent of votes in favour of 'Leave'. Playing havoc, Brexit knocked off Rs 1.8 lakh crore (Rs 1.8 trillion) from investors' wealth in Indian stock markets on Friday. While many industry leaders and experts are of the opinion that the event will open Pandora's box of uncertainties, others think Indian economy is resolute enough to withstand the consequences. What impact will ...
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Minor relief given over Krishi Kalyan Cess

In a bid to end the confusion over the retrospective applicability of the new Krishi Kalyan Cess, the government has stated that the 0.5 per cent tax will not apply on services whose invoice had been issued on or before May 31.  Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had in his Budget for 2016-17 fiscal introduced the 0.5 per cent Krishi Kalyan Cess on all taxable services. Proceeds of the cess are to be used for the improvement of agriculture sector and farmer welfare. While the new cess was to ...
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