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The Downfall of Parle: It May Lay off 10,000 Employees

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Incredible Tourist Places to Visit in Punjab India

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Punjab is one of India’s most prosperous states. Punjab is mainly known as ‘Land of Five Rivers of India’. Its Bhangra music performed by Sikh people are famous all over the world. It’s necessary to venture out of famous cities to discover the simplicity and charm of Punjab life. Best tourist places to visit in Punjab will experience you the best of its culture. Punjab fertile land...

Fatehveer Singh, 2-year-old Boy Pulled From Borewell, Declared Dead

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Sangrur: A two-year-old boy Fatehveer Singh, who was stuck at a depth of 150-feet deep borewell in Punjab for almost 109 hours, was declared dead after being pulled out out of a borewell this morning. Last Thursday, Fatehveer Singh fell into an unused borewell in the village of Bhagwanpura in the Sangrur district at about 4 pm when he was playing near his house. The seven-inch wide borewell was covered...

Punjab: Massive Operation on to Rescue 2-year-old Fatehveer Singh From Borewell

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Sangrur: Despite the ongoing mass rescue operation to search for two-year-old Fatehveer Singh, who fell 150 foot-deep borewell into the agricultural fields near his house on Sunam-Sheron Road, the rescuers have not yet reached the boy. The National Disaster Assistance Service (NDRF) team dug the ground around the vault to a depth of 60 feet, and the digging was stopped because further digging threatened...

IRCTC ‘Indian Railways’ Sends 3200 Food Meal Packets To Flood-Hit Assam

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IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation) sends about 3,200 packages of food as part of ongoing efforts to reduce the victims of Assam floods. 2,000 packages ready-to-eat food products are already sent IRCTC, and others will be sent in some time. Minister of Railways Suresh Prabhu said that Indian Railways was asked to help provide food. “Rail Admn asked to help in all the flood-affected...

HSBC: 47% of Indians Having Difficulties and Not Saving for Retirement

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MUMBAI: Even financial stability after retirement are valued more, the report showed that 47 percent of workers in India have not yet started to save on their future, or no longer, or are facing difficulties in maintaining. This is higher than the world average (46 per cent),” according to the HSBC report. The study, which was conducted online by Ipsos MORI in September and October 2015, is...

Curfew Continued for the Ninth Day in Kashmir

Curfew Continued Ninth Day in Kashmir
Curfew continues in Kashmir for the ninth day, even the valley remained tense on Sunday against the backdrop of the death of at least 41 people during clashes between civilians and forces. Mobile networks, apart BSNL a govt owned network, remains suspended while cable network wasw gagged early on Saturday morning, but recovered overnight. The weekend saw the death of youth in Kupwara during clashes...