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3 Jawan Killed In Assam

Three jawans of the Army were killed and three others injured in a ensnare did by a joint gathering of ULFA and NSCN(K) terrorist close to the oil town of Digboi in Tinsukia region in eastern Assam early Saturday morning. The jawans had a place with the 15 Kumaon Regiment. This is first real assault by ULFA aggressors since the BJP-led government assumed responsibility in Assam in May. “The incident took at around 5:30 AM on Saturday as a Maruti Gypsy and a truck of the 15 Kumaon Regiment was…

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GST is coming to break the common men’s backbone

New rates of Goods and Services Tax (GST) proclaimed by GST Council on Thursday will expand frequency on the shopper of administrations, says Punjab Haryana Delhi Chambers of Commerce. The expansion is probably going to associate with 20 percent says Bimal Jain, the Chairman of Indirect Taxes Committee of the association. He further included that according to the Minister of Finance’s statement, charges on administrations have been expanded from 15 percent to 18 percent, which adds up to 20 percent expansion. There are 96 services on which benefit assessment is…

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Jayalalithaa is fine now to some actions

CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa has totally recouped and she comprehends what is happening around her, said Apollo Hospitals executive Dr. Prathap C Reddy on Friday. Speaking to journalists on the sidelines of an occasion sorted out by the hospital here to dispatch a course book of medicine, Dr. Reddy said: “She is aware of what is going on around her. She asks and requests what she needs. We are upbeat to let you know she is well.” Answering to a question, he said: “When to go home is…

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Google Fiber freezes expansion and cuts 9% of employees

Google reported Tuesday that it was cold any arrangements to venture into eight “potential urban communities,” with the other metropolitan zones on the rundown being Jacksonville, Florida; Oklahoma City; Portland, Oregon; Tampa, Florida; and Phoenix. Not just that, Craig Barratt, CEO of Google Access, is venturing down. “We’re ever appreciative to these urban communities for their progressing organization and persistence, and we’re sure we’ll have a chance to continue our association examinations once we’ve propelled our advancements and arrangements,”  said of Craig Barratt the stop in a blog entry. Letter…

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