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Flying Abroad? No Departure Cards Required From July 1

New Delhi: Indians flying abroad will not be required to fill departure cards from next month. However, those going out of the country via rail, seaport and land immigration checkposts will have to fill the embarkation card. “It has been decided to discontinue the practice of filling up of the …

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Asian Stocks Rise As Oil Tries To Claw Up From 10-Month Low

Singapore: Asian stocks advanced on Thursday as oil prices struggled to climb off a 10-month low hit overnight on concerns over a supply glut and falling demand. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan climbed 0.3 percent. Japan’s Nikkei fell 0.1 percent, with shares in auto air bag maker …

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Asian Stocks Rise As Oil Tries To Claw Up From 10-Month Low

Singapore: Asian stocks advanced on Thursday as oil prices struggled to climb off a 10-month low hit overnight on concerns over a supply glut and falling demand. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan climbed 0.3 percent. Japan’s Nikkei fell 0.1 percent, with shares in auto air bag maker …

Health

Here’s how you can prevent your child from wetting the bed

 Children who wet the bed are often ridiculed. Many-a-times, night-time bedwettingcontinue in children even after the age of five years, posing a problem for the child as well as his parents. In such children, the ability to hold urine is diminished or under-developed, and this could be due to a …

Food

10 Regional Snacks from Maharashtra That Are An Absolute Treat

Talk about snacks, and something crisp and appetising immediately comes to our mind. Maharashtrians love their food that is spicy and sweet in one bite. If you haven’t already tried their snacks, it’s time now. We list down 10 drool-worthy snacks from the state that will leave you wanting more. …

Education

CBSE board exams may start from Feb 15 and end in March from next year

Class 10 and 12 board examinations conducted by the CBSE may start from mid-February rather than March to provide more time for the evaluation of answer scripts, sources said. According to a senior CBSE official, a committee being set up to suggest systemic changes in the evaluation process followed by …

Social Media

Sex Offenders Cannot Be Barred From Social Media, Top US Court Says

The US Supreme Court unanimously struck down Monday a North Carolina law that barred registered sex offenders from using social media. The suit in the nation’s highest court goes back to a seemingly harmless event in April 2010, when a man named Lester Packingham learned that authorities had dropped court …

Education

This union minister was rusticated from SRCC

Vijay Goel, Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports is an alumni of Delhi University’s Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC). And he has quite an interesting college life. He shares some of the anecdotes with us. Goel always wanted to lead the crowd and bring about a change. In …

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Honda fears sudden cut-off from EU customs union could cripple UK car supply chains

Britain’s departure from the European Union’s customs union would ramp up costs for small and medium-sized car part suppliers to such an extent that supply chains could seize up, a senior European executive at Honda said on Tuesday. Ian Howells, Honda’s European senior vice president, told an autos conference that …

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Bankers To Meet From Monday To Decide On Large Defaulters

Mumbai: Bankers are meeting from Monday to finalise their next course of action on six of the 12 bad loan accounts for immediate referral to NCLT after the RBI named the largest defaulters to face bankruptcy proceedings. The first set of six troubled accounts are Bhushan Steel (Rs. 44,478 crore), …