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Railway stations install card machines

NEW DELHI: Point of sale (PoS) machines have been introduced for the first time at the reservation offices in 12 major stations of the Delhi division of Northern Railway. A senior division officer said the initiative had been taken to increase payment options for passengers and support cashless economy According to senior officials, 32 machines...

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Railway stations install card machines

NEW DELHI: Point of sale (PoS) machines have been introduced for the first time at the reservation offices in 12 major stations of the Delhi division of Northern Railway. A senior division officer said the initiative had been taken to increase payment options for passengers and support cashless economy According to senior officials, 32 machines...

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Syria truce ushered in despite isolated clashes

BEIRUT: A nationwide ceasefire in Syria brokered by Russia and Turkey was in effect early Friday, a potentially major breakthrough in the nearly 6-year conflict, despite reports of isolated clashes. The deal, which does not include designated “terrorists” like the Islamic State group, was announced hours earlier by Russian President Vladimir Putin and confirmed by...

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Dalits discriminated in Vardah relief, says study

CHENNAI: Relief measures extended to those affected in the cyclone Vardah, which hit the city on December 12, had not reached the Dalits, but only the dominant castes, in the villages of Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur districts, according to a study by an NGO working on Human rights. The study by Social Awareness for Youth (SASY)...
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BDA okays tenders for Bellandur lake revival project

BENGALURU: The Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) will call for tenders to restore Bellandur Lake in line with the short-term solutions suggested by an expert committee. A decision to this effect was approved during the board meeting held on Thursday evening at the BDA head office. Bellandur lake has been in the news after foam covered...

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Simple tips to look your best on your D-Day

Every woman wants to be the centre of attraction and look perfect on special day. Start your skin care from taking at least six to eight hours sleep and eat a lot of super foods as they help in repairing skin cells, says an expert. Monika Sood, expert and managing director of TBC by Nature,...




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Globals factors pose spillover risks for emerging markets

NEW DELHI: Amidst the wreckage of demonetisation, Reserve Bank of India Governor, Urjit Patel stated that global uncertainties exacerbated by hardening of Interest rates in the United States and jump in oil prices will only increase the risk of spillover to the emerging markets. The RBI Governor also said the global financial crisis led banks...

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Bhambri out to prove single point plan

CHENNAI: Last week, the All India Tennis Association’s selection committee decided to field Leander Paes instead of Rohan Bopanna as the doubles specialist for the Davis Cup Zone Group I first round clash against New Zealand in February. While much coverage has been allotted to convey the latter’s grievances, another point was made at the...

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