Daily Archives: July 3, 2017

Rajasthan woman names son born on June 30th midnight ‘GST’


A baby born on midnight of June 30-July 01 in Rajasthan has been named ‘GST’. His mother decided to name him ‘GST’ as he was born at 12.02 am in Beawa. Chief Minister of Rajasthan Vasundhara Raje tweeted about it saying: Live long & healthy Baby GST! https://t.co/7gz8cOLVdL — Vasundhara Raje (@VasundharaBJP) July 2, 2017   The Goods and Services ...

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Man in Delhi ends up with hole in stomach after drinking liquid nitrogen in a bar


A sip from a ‘smoky’ drink landed a 30 year in hospital bed with a huge hole in his stomach. Giving information about this matter, the victim said that whatever I had said was a kind of cocktail from which the smoke was picking up. As soon as I got a sip of that drink I started feeling awkward. I ...

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LPG costlier by Rs 32; gas subsidy lowers due to GST impact

Households will have to shell out up to Rs 32 more for each cooking gas (LPG) cylinder from this month due to the twin impact of GST and a reduction in subsidy. Consumers will also have to pay more for the two-year mandatory inspection, installation, administrative charges for documentation for new connections and additional cylinders as these have been put ...

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Jason Holder scalps 5 as West Indies defeat India in a low scoring encounter


An inexplicable slow batting pushed India to a 11-run defeat in the fourth cricket One-day International against West Indies, who kept the five-match series alive. A second-string West Indies which never looked like challenging India enough in this series, scored a modest 189 for nine, but sluggish batting by the visitors specially Mahendra Singh Dhoni (54 off 114 balls) turned ...

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Govt to act tough against docs evading transfers


The Department of Health and Medical is bracing up for initiating action against government doctors who have not adhered to the transfer orders and have failed to reach their new places of posting by June 30. On Monday, the department is likely to take stock of the situation and even take recourse to issuing suspension order to those who continue ...

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