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Why 'Entrepreneur' Magazine Says Christian Brothers Automotive Franchise Is a Best Bet
Christian Brothers made Entrepreneur magazine's annual Franchise 500 list, which ranks franchises nationwide in terms of performance and opportunity for success. This year's list finds the auto repair franchise ranked at 249 -- that's 18 places higher than in 2014, and Christian Brothers has made the list each year since 2011.

Warrior Brotherhood Veterans Group to Convene in Canton, MD for Warriors on The Water Fundraiser
The Warrior Brotherhood Veterans Motorcycle Club (VMC) today announced that it will host the fourth annual "Warriors on the Water" fundraiser at the Anchorage Marina in Canton, MD.

Stanley Tomchin Is Delighted to Support the TAG Foundation
Looking back at 2014, American baseball fans mourn the tragic passing of all-star legend Tony Gwynn, while honoring and celebrating a life-changing legacy he left behind: the Tony and Alicia Gwynn Foundation

7 Tax Deductions You Won’t Like to Miss
Business Wire IndiaAugust 31, 2015 is last date for filling of return for the previous year 2014-15. Taxpayers generally consider popular tax saving options like LIC, PPF and NSC. They tend to pay more taxes as they ignore deductions which are comparatively less popular. Have a look at followings deductions before filing your returns.   1

Fortis Medical Team Reaches Nepal to Provide Care to Earthquake Victims
Business Wire IndiaThe first batch of doctors and medical care professionals from  Fortis Healthcare Limited (Fortis), has reached Kathmandu today with medical supplies and other basic necessary goods to provide emergency medical help to quake victims.   The batch of 25 doctors and medical support volunteers is led by Fortis Chief Operating Officer (COO), Mr. Ashish Bhatia

Fortis Extends Emergency Medical help and Basic Necessities to Nepal Quake Victims
Business Wire IndiaIn the wake of the Nepal  earthquake and in a bid to help the administration deal with the unfolding crisis, Fortis Charitable Foundation has geared up to send a team of 70 doctors, paramedics, nurses and support staff, and basic necessities to support the quake victims

Christian Brothers Auto Repair Franchise Enjoys Double-Digit Sales Growth
Christian Brothers Automotive franchise owners saw average same-store sales growth of 10.8% in 2013, and sales grew even faster in the first quarter of 2014. Same-store sales jumped another 16.3% in the first quarter of 2014 compared with a year earlier.

Army Unveils 2nd Gold Star PSA During Memorial Day Weekend
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO, TX--(Marketwired - May 16, 2014) - The Army announced plans today to release the second of three public service announcements developed to increase awareness of Department of Defense-issued Gold Star lapel buttons and military service-issued Lapel Buttons for Next of Kin of Deceased Personnel, commonly referred to as Gold Star pins.

Obtaining US Green Card Through Marriage/Family and Estimated Wait Times by FitzGerald & Company
As described on this newsletter by Desmond P. Fitzgerald, one of the most common ways in which immigrants become US residents (Green Card holders) is through a Marriage/Family Immigration Petition (form I-130). Within this way of obtaining US residency, there are two main categories:

Cyclone Power Technologies' Modern Steam Engine Responds to President Obama's Campaign Statement
Cyclone Power Technologies (OTCQB: CYPW) released this statement from the work bench at its shop:

Concierge Care Advisors Commits Revenues to Wounded Warrior Project to Support Veterans
As America is set to celebrate its Independence, Concierge Care Advisors announces its financial support of the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). The company will commit a portion of its revenues each quarter to support the programs of the 501c3 non-profit organization.

Unemployment Among Young Adults Is 12.1 Percent in May, Signals More Bad News for a Generation Whose Careers and Dreams Are Delayed Due to the Lack of Jobs and Economic Opportunity
Generation Opportunity, one of America's largest organizations connecting with young adults through a strategy of social media outreach coupled with on-the-ground grassroots organizing, is today releasing the non-seasonally adjusted (NSA) 18-29 unemployment rate data for May:

May's Unemployment Rate Inches Back up to 8.2 Percent, More Bad News Negatively Impacts Young Americans
Generation Opportunity President Paul T. Conway, former Chief of Staff of the United States Department of Labor, where the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) is housed, and the former Chief of Staff of the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) responds to the May 2012 jobs numbers:

Cancer victim who inspired Obama's healthcare gets 'goose bumps' following court victory
A cancer victim inspired President Barack Obama to push on with his fight for health care reform, which culminated in the Supreme Court upholding his Affordable Care Act.

Pak will 'support' not 'lead' Afghan reconciliation process
Pakistan will lend its full support to any effort by the Afghan government to achieve a political settlement with the Taliban but does not want to lead a peace process that would impose a solution, Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has said.

Ex-Iraq PM accuses Maliki of 'detaining, torturing' political opponents
Former Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi has accused Nouri al-Maliki of jailing over 1,000 members of opposition political parties, detaining many of them in secret locations with no access to legal counsel and using 'brutal torture' to extract confessions.

Bangladesh -India bilateral ties excellent, says Foreign Minister Moni
Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dipu Moni has described bilateral ties between India and Bangladesh as excellent.

Maoist chief Kishenji's close aide Suchitra Mahato surrenders before Mamata Banerjee
Suchitra Mahato, a close aide of former Maoist topgun Koteshwara Rao alias Kishenji, surrendered before the West Bengal Government on Friday.

Lankan VIPs row: Centre to take Jayalalithaa's consideration into account, says Krishna
A day after Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa urged Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh to discourage Sri Lankan VIPs from visiting the state given the peoples' sentiments, External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna on Thursday assured her that the government will certainly take her opinion into account before taking any decision in this regard.

Gadkari asks Sonia to explain Chidambaram's role in 2G
Charging the ruling Congress Party of swindling trillions of public money in the 2G spectrum allocation, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Nitin Gadkari on Thursday sought an answer from Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram's role in the case.

Manmohan Singh campaigns for Congress in Uttarakhand
Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh today campaigned for the Congress Party in Uttarakhand ahead of the upcoming assembly polls in the state.

Growing up on farm 'directly affects immune system regulation'
Growing up on a farm directly affects the regulation of the immune system and causes a reduction in the immunological responses to food proteins, a new study has found.

Brains may be 'hard-wired' for addiction
Addiction is in part a "disorder of the brain," say scientists.

57 insurgents surrender in Manipur
Fifty-seven insurgents, belonging to various militant outfits surrendered at the Inspector General Assam Rifles (IGAR) Headquarters in Imphal recently.

India ready to share its experience with Africans, affirms Krishna
Recalling Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh's address made at the Second India-Africa Forum Summit earlier this year, External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna asserted that the India-Africa Forum Summits have lent a contemporary dimension to the relations between the two nations and added that India is ready to share its experience with our African brothers and sisters.

Single senior citizens meet potential mates to start live-in relationships
Elderly single men and women in Gujarat recently participated in a unique matchmaking event that promotes live-in relationships.

President, Vice President and PM greet nation on Id-ul-Zuha
President Pratibha Devisingh Patil, Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari and Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh have greeted the nation on the auspicious occasion of Id-ul-Zuha, which is being celebrated tomorrow.

Delhi CM Dikshit wishes people on Chhath Puja
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Tuesday wished the people of the national capital on the auspicious occasion of Chhath Puja, a major festival primarily celebrated in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.

Mamata Banerjee urges Maoists in West Bengal to give up arms
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today urged Maoists to give up arms and resolve all issues through dialogue.

Yoga Guru Ramdev holds Central Government responsible for Rajbala's death
Terming his supporter Rajbala death as an ultimate sacrifice, Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev on Tuesday said Rajbala's death is not a normal one and the central government should take the responsibility .

Migrants not safe in insurgent-hit Manipur
Labourers and workers who come to Manipur from other Indian states often find themselves at the mercy of insurgents. Recently, two workers from Bihar were killed.

China`s repression in Tibet getting worse by the day, says Lobsang Sangay
Tibetan Prime Minister-in-exile Lobsang Sangay has said that China's repression in Tibet is getting worse by each passing day.

Gemma Arterton used to believe her family was 'odd'
British actress Gemma Arterton has revealed that she used to think that her family was "odd" when she was growing up because her parents were separated.

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