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Now get your FIR copy online in Delhi/Kolkata/Mumbai and more

Download FIR copy Online

It started with Delhi Police department. They became transparent by letting people download FIR copy from their portal if you have necessary details including FIR number. Today, most of the Polic Departments offer this facility. Citizens under which you can download FIR copy online without standing in a queue and without wasting your time. How to download FIR copy online ...

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Rights and Duty of Consumers In India (Consumer Court)

Jago Grahk Jago

Consumers are one of the critical factors in the development of the economy of any nation. But unfortunately, many a time we hear about the duplicity, cheating by way of overcharging, black marketing, misleading advertisements, etc. It has become the common practice of greedy sellers and manufacturers to make unreasonable profits. In this context, the government has to confer some ...

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How to Track T20 Cricket with Google Now (ICC WORLD CUP 2016)

The T20 World Cup cricket tournament 2016 started on March 8 with a men’s first-round match between Hong Kong vs Zimbabwe in Nagpur. As all, we know that these are the days of Cricket. India is a country where everyone is a cricket lover. Even my kid is also a big fan of Indian Cricket. Everyone wants to get updated ...

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Airtel Launches 4G in India

Bharti Airtel is one of the largest telecom company in India, and now  the company  has put its 4G plans on the fast track, introducing it today which was supposed to launch the services in Kolkata on March. Bharti Airtel has selected ZTE Corporation to plan, design, supply and deploy its 4G network in Kolkata, which will allow its subscribers ...

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Indian Union Budget 2012 : What became costly and what got cheaper

On Friday, 16th of March 2012, Union Minister Pranab Mukherjee present his 7th union budget 2012 and as Every Indian wants to know whats new in the union budget and how they will benefited by the union budget 2012, below is the list of items which will be costly and things which are cheaper, starting with this new budget. Also Finance Minister, ...

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Bengal Govt introduces ICU on wheels for critically ill infants

The horrific incidents of infant deaths are nothing new in West Bengal. The shocking figures of previous years state a horrendous truth about the condition of infants in the government run hospitals in the state.A number of government run hospitals in the state have witnessed similar haunting experience in the past too. After Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Kerala, West Bengal ...

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LIC introducing a new children’s plan called Jeevan Ankur

Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) is going to introduce a new plan for children called  JEEVAN ANKUR with effect from 23rd of jan 2011. It is specially designed to meet the educational and other needs of your child. If you are the parent of a child aged upto 17 years, LIC’s Jeevan Ankur is the most suitable insurance plan ...

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Passport Seva Kendra : New way to have a Passport

The first Passport Seva Kendra (PSK)  in Kolkata will accept online application from December 2 and conduct interviews from December 5. The Facility at Anandpur on the EM bypass.The scheme promise to ease the process of getting a new or renewed passport. Here is the some detail of the scheme when you apply for a new passport/passport for renewal. Step 1: ...

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New rules of Tatkal Reservation system by Indian Railways

Indian Railways offer various facilities and schemes to the people of the country from time to time. One of them is the the scheme of Tatkal Reservation which is one of the most popular and useful service. But now a days many complaints are being registered for the misuse of the Tatkal reservation scheme. So Railways has decided to introduce ...

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Get more returns in Government savings and investments schemes

There is a good news for all the investor. On Friday, Finance Minister of India Pranab Mukherjee  approved major changes in the National Small Savings Fund (NSSF) and post office savings schemes to make these more attractive to investors and bring their rates almost at par with bank fixed deposits. Now the investor can earn higher on small savings like the scheme ...

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