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Clean the pavements, clean the society : progress your thought, take the lead

We all talk about the refugee children worldwide and their condition and how they manage to meet their end’s meal, how they manage to continue their living. There are also several children leading their lives dwelling simply on the streets or the pavements of the cities, that has to be considered more because this is the prime time to think about this carefully. There are lots of articles, lots of workshops, lots of debates regarding the question of how they manage to do so, or the problem they do face…

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Monsoon leaves Eastern India with the heavy depression behind

KOLKATA:  Heavy rain along with gusty wind lashed Kolkata and nearby areas since late last night with the Met department forecasting more downpour till tomorrow. Incessant rain and squally wind affected normal life in the metropolis on the first working day of the week. Waterlogging and uprooted trees were reported in areas like New Alipur, Narkeldanga, Gariahat and Jadavpur. Slow traffic movements were reported from some parts of the city including the EM Bypass, NSC Bose Road and Commissariat Road. Bad weather has also hit the Kolkata airport with several in-bound…

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Google, the “Lifeline of the Entire world” & the process of its creation

Google has become the lifeline of all the searches across the world and we can imagine not a single day without it. In fact we feel astonished when we start thinking about the days before its birth. Thanks to Larry Page and Sergey Brin for their extraordinary thinking which they called search engine Backrub. Google, a word which has no meaning in itself but has made the lives of a millions across the globe meaningful is the most frequently visited website of the worlds as per Alexa in the year 2012. Google…

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Global Warming’s Alarming Impact Poses Serious Threats to Polar Regions resulting a havoc to the whole world

Global warming is an issue we have all been made very aware of. However, although it appears to be a very straightforward process, numerous studies conducted on the problem have yielded varied results and conflicting evidence. This means there is little certainty over what is actually happening, the reasons for it, and the implications. On a very basic level, the problem is changes in the climate, which appear to be causing ice in the Polar Regions to melt. This in turn is causing many changes including a rise in sea…

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Iranian Hackers Targeted Deloitte

As America frets over Russians running rampant on Facebook, other adversaries have been exploiting the social network as a way into some of the world’s biggest businesses. An employee at Deloitte, one of the Big Four accounting firms, fell victim to a fake Facebook account in late 2016, Forbes can reveal. And the attacks, believed to have been perpetrated by Iranian government spies, occurred around the same time as a separate hack, recently disclosed by The Guardian, which affected Deloitte data in Microsoft’s Azure cloud-hosting service. The lovely and disarming “Mia Ash” is a fictional female…

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India eases GST rules for small businesses, exporters

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Friday that the rules for small businesses and exporters would be eased under the Goods and Services Tax (GST), a move that could provide relief to thousands of small firms. Small businesses would be allowed to file tax returns once a quarter instead of monthly returns, Jaitley said following a meeting of the GST council. GST, which was launched in July, is a landmark reform which turned India’s 29 states into a single market for the first time. But small…

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Clean Ganga is not a campaign, but the cleanliness within us

Often regarded as the holiest thing can also be posed as the life threat for all of us, and this terrible issue can only be expected from the nature itself as it offers us the sources to use which in the meanwhile are turned to be the destructive force of nature itself by the corrupted use of mankind. Ganges or popularly known as holly Ganga in India is regarded as the lifeline of its people,providing water to about 40% of India’s population across 11 states, serving an estimated population of…

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5 Things Hrithik Roshan Said In His Defence In The On-Going Spat With Kangana Ranaut

Seems like the Kangana-Hrithik saga won’t be ending anytime soon. For over a year now, we have been hearing Kangana Ranaut narrating her side of the story and Rakesh Roshan who’s been backing and speaking up in public for his son Hrithik in the on-going spat between both the actors. However, seems like the tables have now turned as Hrithik Roshan has finally broken his silence over the matter. Last year, the actor had sent a legal notice to the actress for allegedly maligning his image by calling him her…

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