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EC seeks cancellation of tax benefits to 10 political parties

EC seeks cancellation of tax benefits to 10 political parties

20 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Election Commission (EC) has sought withdrawal of tax exemption benefits to ten political parties from the CBDT on the grounds that they failed to submit their mandatory expenditure contribution reports on time to the poll body.

tax benefits,   political parties,   Election Commission,   CBDT,   political parties expenditure,   Central Board of Direct Taxes,  
Drone kills 15 Al-Qaeda suspects, 3 civilians in Yemen: Official

Drone kills 15 Al-Qaeda suspects, 3 civilians in Yemen: Official

19 Apr 2014

Sanaa: A drone strike on Saturday killed 15 Al-Qaeda suspects and three civilians in Yemen's central Baida province, a stronghold of the extremist group, a security official said.

Drone strike,   killed 15 Al-Qaeda,   Yemen's central Baida,   southern Shabwa province witnesses,   Yemen's President ,  
People scan internet for health early in week: Study

People scan internet for health early in week: Study

19 Apr 2014

New York: Do you scan internet looking for topics on how to improve your health early in the week and switch to lifestyle and soft searches on weekends? A fascinating research says so.

Scan Internet,   switch to lifestyle,   improve your health ,   San Diego State University,   John W Ayers,  Benjamin Althouse,   ,  
New way to fight malaria found

New way to fight malaria found

19 Apr 2014

Melbourne: An anti-malarial treatment that lost its status as the leading weapon against the deadly disease could give a new lease of life, with new research indicating it simply needs to be administered differently.

Malaria,   New way to fight malaria,   Australian National University ,   mosquito-borne disease,   Dr Rowena Martin,   malaria parasite,   antimalarial strategies,   ,  
Study shows how parents can help toddlers learn verbs

Study shows how parents can help toddlers learn verbs

18 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A new study suggests that parents can help their toddlers’ language skills by showing them a variety of examples of different actions.

Parents,   toddlers,   toddlers to learn verbs,   University of Liverpool,   language skills,   actions,  
Obesity can aggravate bone and muscle loss

Obesity can aggravate bone and muscle loss

18 Apr 2014

New York: Did you know that obesity may result in deterioration of bone density and muscle mass? If not, pay heed, a study warns.

Obesity,   Bone density,   Muscle mass,   Jasminka Ilich-Ernst,   Florida State University ,  
Two-year uninterrupted child care leave for <strong>Central</strong> Government women employees: SC

Two-year uninterrupted child care leave for Central Government women employees: SC

16 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Central Government women employees can get uninterrupted leave for two years for child care which also includes needs like examination and sickness, the Supreme Court said on Tuesday.

Supreme Court,   government women employees,   childcare,   childcare leave,   women employees,   childcare leave for women employees,   ,  
Researchers link SIDS to breathing problems

Researchers link SIDS to breathing problems

17 Apr 2014

Melbourne: In a major breakthrough, researchers have identified the possible causes of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), which may further prevent future loss of children's lives.

SIDS,   breathing problems,   loss of children’s lives,   University of Adelaide's School of Medical Sciences,   ,  
Happiest couples sleep less than an inch apart: Study

Happiest couples sleep less than an inch apart: Study

16 Apr 2014

London: Partners who sleep less than an inch apart are more likely to be happy in their relationship than those maintaining a wider gap than 30 inches, a new study has found.

Partners,   University of Hertfordshire,   Psychologist Professor,   Richard Wiseman,   Relationship ,  
Delhi Police may replace CISF in handling Metro security

Delhi Police may replace CISF in handling Metro security

16 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Delhi Police might get the responsibility for the overall security of the capital's Metro network. The urban development ministry has recommended that the city police is better equipped to handle the security of the Delhi Metro than the paramilitary CISF, an official said.

Delhi Police,   Capital metro network,   Paramilitary,   Central Industrial Security Force,   Delhi Metro Rail Corporation ,  

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