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Smokers still think a few cigarettes are safe

Smokers still think a few cigarettes are safe

18 Apr 2015

London: Although most people know that smoking is a risk factor for developing several cancers, many still wrongly believe that smoking less is safe, says a new study.

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CRPF shoots teenager in Valley, two cops held, probe ordered

CRPF shoots teenager in Valley, two cops held, probe ordered

18 Apr 2015

Srinagar: A teenager was shot dead by security forces in the Kashmir Valley on Saturday during a strike called by hardline Hurriyat Conference against the recent killing of two youths in an army operation in Tral, prompting the authorities to register a murder case and order a magisterial probe.

Magisterial probe,   Budgam,   Security forces,   Deputy Commissioner Budgam,   Hurriyat,   Kashmir,   Protest,   Latest State News,  
Pakistan captain Azhar Ali blames lacklustre fielding for loss against Bangladesh

Pakistan captain Azhar Ali blames lacklustre fielding for loss against Bangladesh

18 Apr 2015

Mirpur: New Pakistan ODI cricket captain Azhar Ali blamed his side's uninspiring show in the field following their loss against Bangladesh in the first One-Day International (ODI) here.Bangladesh took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series with a comprehensive 79-run win at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Friday, reports bdnews24.com.

Azhar Ali,   Pakistan cricket team,   Bangladesh,   Shakib Al Hasan,   Latest sports news,  
Centre to come up with 'simplified' Income Tax Return Forms

Centre to come up with 'simplified' Income Tax Return Forms

18 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Government on Saturday announced that new Income Tax Return (ITR) Forms that require disclosure of details regarding bank accounts and foreign trips undertaken by an individual will be reconsidered, a move that comes after criticism from tax experts and others.

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Cybercrime now 'number one' threat: Europol chief

Cybercrime now 'number one' threat: Europol chief

18 Apr 2015

The Hague: Cybercrime has become as big a threat to Europe's security as terrorism, the head of the continent's policing agency warned on Friday.

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Monte Carlo Masters: Tomas Berdych cuts Monfils down to size to reach final

Monte Carlo Masters: Tomas Berdych cuts Monfils down to size to reach final

18 Apr 2015

MONTE CARLO: Sixth seed Tomas Berdych reached the final of the Monte Carlo Masters by sweeping past local favourite Gael Monfils 6-1 6-4 on Saturday.

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Iran presents Yemen peace plan to United Nations

Iran presents Yemen peace plan to United Nations

18 Apr 2015

United Nations: Iran has presented a four-point peace plan for Yemen to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, calling for international action to end the "senseless" Saudi-led air campaign on Huthi rebels.

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Congress says reports of snooping on Bose's kin are motivated <strong>news</strong> plants

Congress says reports of snooping on Bose's kin are motivated news plants

13 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Congress accused the BJP and Narendra Modi government of running a "sinister campaign" against national icons as it dubbed reports of snooping on the family of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose as motivated news plants based on selective leaks.

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NTPC signs MoU with Odisha government for setting up of ITI

NTPC signs MoU with Odisha government for setting up of ITI

18 Apr 2015

Bhubaneswar: NTPC on Saturday signed a MoU with the Odisha government for setting up of an ITI (Industrial Training Institute) at an investment of Rs 7.72 crore in Ganjam district.

NTPC,   MoU,   Odisha government,   ITI,   Naveen Patnaik,   Technical Education and Training,   Ganjam district,   Latest State News ,  
Apple in talks to launch Apple Pay in Canada

Apple in talks to launch Apple Pay in Canada

18 Apr 2015

Apple Inc is planning to launch its electronic payments service in Canada in November, the first international expansion of Apple Pay, a newspaper reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

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