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Ponzi schemes: HC wants <strong>West</strong> <strong>Bengal</strong> government to facilitate return of money

Ponzi schemes: HC wants West Bengal government to facilitate return of money

27 Nov 2015

Kolkata: The Calcutta High Court today said that it expects the West Bengal government to perform its sovereign duty in facilitating return of money to investors affected by several ponzi schemes as it had done in the case of sufferers in Saradha chit fund scam.

Sardha chit fund,   HC on West Bengal Government,   Investors in Sardha,   West Bengal government on Shardha,   Latest state news,  
 <strong>West</strong> <strong>Bengal</strong> to come up with its own Eiffel Tower

West Bengal to come up with its own Eiffel Tower

27 Nov 2015

Kolkata: A 55-metre replica of the Eiffel Tower in being planned at the Eco Park in the smart city New Town. The replica of the tower would come up in the Eco Park and is expected to be a major tourist attraction, said West Bengal Housing Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (HIDCO) chairman Debashis Sen.

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MCC think tank proposes DRS rule <strong>change</strong>

MCC think tank proposes DRS rule change

27 Nov 2015

Adelaide: The influential World Cricket Committee has proposed a change to the Decision Review System (DRS), the law-making Marylebone Cricket Club said today.

WCC on DRS,   Marylebone Cricket Club,   World Cricket Committee,   Day night Test inaugural,   Test experiment,   Latest sports news ,  
TMC dubs CPI-M processions effort as bid to bring back terror days

TMC dubs CPI-M processions effort as bid to bring back terror days

26 Nov 2015

Kolkata: With the Assembly elections in West Bengal scheduled next year, the beleaguered CPI-M is organising processions in rural areas in an attempt to revitalise the organisation, but the ruling Trinamool Congress described the efforts as a bid to bring back the 'days of terror' in the state.

TMC,   Congress,   TMC on CPI-M,   Asssembly elections in West Bengal,   latest states news,  
Intolerance is a <strong>political</strong> issue, says Gujarat Lokayukta

Intolerance is a political issue, says Gujarat Lokayukta

26 Nov 2015

Gandhinagar: Amid the raging controversy over the issue of 'intolerance' in India, Gujarat Lokayukta Justice (retd) D P Buch today said intolerance is a political issue and does not fall under the purview of law.

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   Low-sugar diets won't <strong>change</strong> your love for sweetness

Low-sugar diets won't change your love for sweetness

26 Nov 2015

New York: If you have sweet tooth, following a low-sugar diet for three months may not change the level of sweetness you prefer in foods and beverages, suggests new research.

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India shouldn't <strong>change</strong> its <strong>political</strong> path on Tibet: Kiren Rijiju

India shouldn't change its political path on Tibet: Kiren Rijiju

21 Nov 2015

Himachal Pradesh: India should not change its political path when it comes to Tibet keeping in mind the long traditional relationship between the two countries, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju said on Saturday.

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Bigger smartphone screens can <strong>change</strong> your buying intentions

Bigger smartphone screens can change your buying intentions

26 Nov 2015

Washington: Simply tweaking the screen size of a smartphone can change how much users trust advertisements, as well as their buying behaviours, researchers including one of Indian-origin have found.

Smartphone screen size,   Smartphone sale,   Smartphone in India,   Smartphone specifications,   latest Technology news ,  
Children bear brunt of climate <strong>change</strong>: UNICEF

Children bear brunt of climate change: UNICEF

25 Nov 2015

United Nations: More than half a billion children live in areas with extremely high flood occurrence and 160 million in high drought zones, leaving them exposed to the impacts of climate change, UNICEF has said.

Climate Change impact on Children,   UNICEF on Climate Change,   Children in Flood Prone Areas,   Children with Malnutrition,   21st UN climate change conference,   COP21,   UNICEF,   Latest World News,  
 <strong>Change</strong> in mindset essential to stop crime against women: Raje

Change in mindset essential to stop crime against women: Raje

24 Nov 2015

Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje today called upon people to come forward and play constructive role in combating crimes against women.

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