Daily Archives: June 13, 2017

Rainfall may increase in future due to climate change says NASA


A new NASA study indicates that it will be rainier in the future than previously thought. This will occur as the climate continually warms up. The study, which is titled Tightening of Tropical Ascent and High Clouds Key To Precipitation Change in A Warmer Climate, was published in the journal Nature Communications. Globally, rainfall is not related just to the ...

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26 bank lockers burlged, say police in PNB Ghaziabad robbery


The thieves drilled the hole in the wall of an empty office right behind the strongroom and accessed 30 of the 435 lockers in the branch before they made good their escape. The incident happened sometime over the weekend in Punjab National Bank’s Modinagar Branch. The robbery came to light on Monday morning when the head cashier and a bank ...

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RBI To Issue New Rs. 500 Notes With Inset Letter ‘A’; old notes to remain valid


Reserve Bank of India or RBI is issuing a new batch of Rs. 500 banknotes with the inset letter ‘A’, the central bank said today. In a notification, RBI said: “In continuation of issuing of Rs. 500 denomination banknotes in Mahatma Gandhi (new) series from time to time which are currently legal tender, a new batch of banknotes with inset ...

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Jio unveils extra data offer for Lyf phones


Reliance Jio has announced yet another promotion. Customers who buy a Lyf smartphone will be eligible to receive 20 percent more 4G data from Jio for free. There are 10 eligible Lyf models, all in the Lyf Water series. The offer will be activated within 48 hours of a customer using these phones with a Jio SIM, and will be ...

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Resolve acid attack cases within 3 months: Uttarakhand High Court


Nainital: Taking serious note of acid attack cases, the High Court has directed the lower courts to give such judgments within three months. In such cases, the government should constitute the Criminal Inaugural Vision Board in four weeks. The court has prohibited the sale of acid in the open and has ordered the government to immediately pay a compensation of ...

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