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Canada Employment opportunities increasing: Report

Canada has deported hundreds of people back to war torn countries

Canada has deported hundreds of people back to war torn

Rajasthan: ATS seizes old currency notes worth Rs. 2.70 crores

Rajasthan: ATS seizes old currency notes worth Rs. 2.70 crores

Jaipur: The Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) has seized Rs. 2 crore 70 lakh of old currency notes from the house of a garments trader in Rajasthan‘s Surajpole Saturday late night. Three people, including home guards were detained.According to information, ATS Superintendents of Police (SP) Vikas Kumar was informed that notes of old thousand and five hundred rupees were being changed at the house

24 killed, hundreds injured in Varanasi stampede

Varanasi: 24 persons, including women, were killed and hundreds injured in a stampede at a religious gathering in Varanasi on Saturday, police said. The stampede occurred at around 1.30 p.m. at the Rajghat bridge where thousands of people had turned up at a religious congregation organised by disciples of the late spiritual leader Jai Gurudev.

UK to hire hundreds of spies to fight terror

London: Britain plans to hire hundreds of spies by 2020 amid increased threats to peace from radical terror groups and to exploit the potential of the digital age, the head of the UK’s Secret Intelligence Service MI6 has said. MI6 is expected to grow from 2,500 to nearly 3,500 to provide extra security for their

Hundreds of Youth Congress activists participate in ‘jawani bachao kisani bachao’ campaign in Gill constituency

Ludhiana: The large number of Youth Congress activists participated in ‘jawani bachao kisani bachao’ campaign started from Village Dharor in Gill constituency on Monday. Singer turned politician Satwinder Bitti flagged off yatra of Youth Congress led by district Vice president Sunny Kainth. Started from Village Dharor, the yatra crossed Natt, Tibba, Seelon Kalan, Paddi, Mukandpur, Seelon

IPC urged not to ‘violate hundreds of clean para-athletes rights’

Moscow:  The All-Russian Society of Disabled People, the All-Russian Society of the Deaf and the European Blind Union has urged the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) not to violate the rights of the country’s para-athletes by banning them from the 2016 Rio Games. The paralympics is scheduled to be held in the Brazilian city of Rio