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Class X girl found dead in washroom of Kolkata school

June 22, 2019

Police recovered a three-page suicide note from the spot and is trying to verify the handwriting it. (Representational) A class X student of G D Birla Centre For Education in south Kolkata was found dead inside the school washroom under mysterious circumstances on Friday afternoon. Police said she was found with her wrist slit and […]

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Universities spending millions on marketing to attract students

April 3, 2019

A limited resource: universities are hiring marketing firms and billboards in increasingly competitive recruitment campaigns to attract undergraduates. Photograph: Chris Ison/PA Universities are spending millions of pounds on marketing in a battle to recruit students as competition intensifies in the higher education sector, a Guardian investigation can reveal. Data obtained from freedom of informationrequests shows universities […]

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Types of Sequences and Sets in 21 Cards Rummy Game

March 23, 2019

There is some little difference that distinguishes one rummy variation from another. 13 cards rummy game is the most frequently played option and regarded as a general standard in rummy games. This is why most people prefer to go for 13 card rummy game free download for android. If you enjoy thinking and strategizing, 21 […]

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Alexis Sanchez: Man Utd winger ‘worried’ people have not seen best of him

February 17, 2019

Alexis Sanchez has scored two goals for Manchester United this season FA Cup fifth round: Chelsea v Manchester United Date: Monday 18 February Venue: Stamford Bridge Live on BBC One from 19:00 GMT, plus live text commentary on the BBC Sport website Alexis Sanchez “worries” people have not seen the best of him yet at Manchester United and […]

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Bloodsports videos taken down from Facebook and YouTube

February 17, 2019

Facebook and YouTube have taken down content promoting illegal animal bloodsports following an investigation by the BBC’s Countryfile programme. But both websites still host users who feature graphic videos and photos showing banned cockfighting and hare coursing taking place in the UK. Facebook did remove one user and said content “must respect local laws”. YouTube […]

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How Lidl learnt to be less German in the UK

February 17, 2019

Lidl, along with its fellow German discounter Aldi, might be growing strongly in the UK right now but it wasn’t always that way. Its former UK boss, Ronny Gottschlich, says that in the early years the discounters were really small players. “If anything it was considered to be a poor man’s shop. The German discount […]

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Concern over ‘hidden’ Universal Credit council costs

February 17, 2019

Controversial changes to the benefits system are leaving Welsh councils with hidden costs, it has been claimed. Universal credit aims to make claiming simpler by combining several benefits. But 16 of Wales’ 22 councils said the UK government is not covering the full cost of assisting claimants, including teaching IT skills needed to apply. The […]

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Trump tells European countries to take back IS fighters

February 17, 2019

President Trump has told the UK and other European allies to take back and put on trial more than 800 Islamic State (IS) group fighters captured in the final battle against the group. His tweet comes as US-backed Kurdish forces continue an assault on the last pocket of IS territory on the Syrian side of […]

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Joe Sugg on Strictly gives YouTubers hope for TV success

February 17, 2019

Joe Sugg says his success on Strictly Come Dancing has given other YouTubers hope of having successful TV careers. The 27-year-old made it to the final of the show in December, losing to Stacey Dooley. Speaking at a conference for vloggers this weekend, Joe said his appearance “was beneficial for the whole of social media”. He previously […]

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Passengers seek flights after Flybmi ceases operations

February 17, 2019

Passengers stranded across Europe have told of their frustration after the UK regional airline Flybmi collapsed, cancelling all its flights. The airline, which flew to 25 cities, said Brexit uncertainty and rises in fuel and carbon costs led to it filing for administration on Saturday. One Briton stuck in Belgium said the airline would not […]

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