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So far, more than 670,000 taxpayers and transporters have registered under the e-way bill system. The government expects that the e-way bill would act as an anti-evasion tool and help bring more taxes to the exchequer. "We saw a phenomenal number of e-way bills being generated on January 30". The validity of e-way bill is fixed as one day for every 100 kms or part there off.
  • North Korea's plot to 'scare the hell out of' United States before Olympics

    North Korea's plot to 'scare the hell out of' United States before Olympics

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    To compound the problem still further, the Trump administration has announced as its goal that North Korea surrender its nuclear capability, and suggests that anything less will require military action. In keeping with that judgment, he vowed to "continue working with my colleagues for nothing less than complete disbarment of North Korea and securing the peace in Northeast Asia".
  • Thousands Take The Chilly Dip For Special Olympics Maryland

    Thousands Take The Chilly Dip For Special Olympics Maryland

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    As a featured charity partner of The Wawa Foundation, Wawa and The Wawa Foundation will continue the annual tradition of hosting a chain-wide, in-store fundraising campaign for the Special Olympics featuring a point-of-sale scan campaign launching January 22 in all Wawa stores, as well as supporting several Polar Plunge events through in-kind donations and help from Wawa volunteers.
  • Ex-Mississippi Gov. Barbour arrested with gun at airport

    Ex-Mississippi Gov. Barbour arrested with gun at airport

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    Barbour said he forgot he was carrying the firearm, which he had put in the suitcase after an assistant took it from his vehicle. The Associated Press reported Tuesday that Barbour will pay a fine for the infraction, which reportedly occurred on January 2 when he was attempting to board a flight from Jackson, Miss., to Washington.
  • Local Reports: Democrat Rep. Bob Brady Will Not Seek Reelection

    Local Reports: Democrat Rep. Bob Brady Will Not Seek Reelection

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    The Latest on the announcement by U.S. Rep. The move will no doubt mark a significant shakeup in both Philadelphia and Pennsylvania politics. Bob Brady announced Wednesday he will not run for re-election. And the other, Ken Smukler, said he is fighting the charges. "I've got a complete bill of health from the federal government", Brady told Philly.com.
  • United States won't give more Syrians protected status

    United States won't give more Syrians protected status

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    The decision was a relief for the Syrians who would have faced the prospect of returning to a fractured country racked with violence if the administration had rescinded their temporary protected status (TPS) when it ran out in March. "Syria, without a doubt, continues to be unsafe and unstable". The United Nations has identified the number of registered Syrian refugees at five-and-a-half million since the conflict started in 2011.
  • 'Super Blue Blood Moon' eclipse puts on a show in Southern California

    'Super Blue Blood Moon' eclipse puts on a show in Southern California

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    If you live in the United States, the best viewing will be on the west coast before sunrise. January has been an exciting month for moon-enthusiasts - which two supermoons appearing in one month. In the Rocky Mountain region, the show begins as the umbra touches the edge of the Moon at 4:48 a.m. MST. Dasker, who was set up with a tripod and camera, said she was outside just after 5 a.m., ready to capture images of the peak lunar eclipse at about 5:30 a.m.
  • Rajasthan bypolls: Congress leads in Ajmer, Alwar

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    Bypolls were necessitated in these three seats due to the deaths of the sitting lawmakers. Results will be declared for the by-elections in five seats across Rajasthan and West Bengal on Thursday. Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Pradesh Congress president Sachin Pilot have campaigned extensively in Ajmer in view of the constituency's role in strengthening their own position within their respective parties.
  • Bangladesh opt to bat against Sri Lanka in first Test

    Bangladesh opt to bat against Sri Lanka in first Test

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    It was Bangladesh's highest score on day one of any Test, eclipsing the 8-365against the West Indies in Khulna in 2012. Mominul took just 96 balls to reach his fifth century - the second fastest for Bangladesh after Tamim Iqbal's 94-ball ton against England in 2010 at Lord's.
  • Irish Eurovision Song Contest entry announced

    Irish Eurovision Song Contest entry announced

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    The track was written by Ryan O'Shaughnessy, Mark Caplice and Laura Elizabeth Hughes , and is set to be performed by Ryan. 'As one of three songwriters on Together , I'm delighted that it has been chosen to represent Ireland in Eurovision 2018 , and on top of that to be asked to perform for Ireland is an absolute honour, ' he said.
  • India sense ODI opportunity in de Villiers' absence

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    They won't be wearing any blue jerseys though, for Virat Kohli believes that India have already found their core for the 2019 World Cup. In fact, the planning started in the middle of past year when South Africa began talks with Ottis Gibson to take over as head coach.
  • WealthTrust Axiom LLC Grows Stake in International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM)

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    It has underperformed by 11.84% the S&P500. Advantus Capital Management Inc decreased its stake in Weingarten Realty Investors (WRI) by 11.53% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. On Thursday, March 30 the stock rating was maintained by Barclays Capital with "Equal Weight". JP Morgan maintained International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) on Friday, October 2 with "Neutral" rating.