Sunshine Capital, Inc. Announces the Cancellation of 77-percent or 56,303,003 Shares of its Common Stock

HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 21 -- Sunshine Capital, Inc. (Pink Sheets: SCNP) Today announced major changes to the Company corporate share structure. These changes include:

Once DIBCOIN is trading, the reflection on the company's balance sheet will provide an alternative source of capital, thus making future loans or share issuance unnecessary. The company further states that it never intends to issue another share of stock, which guarantees the shareholder'... Read More

Wins gold in athletics

India, Feb. 21 -- City's athlete B.K. Raje Urs, Supdt. Central Excise, Koorgally Range (third from left) won the gold medal in the 5 km walking race (40 plus men's category) at the 49th All India Central Revenue Athletic Meet held at Mumbai recently. The post Wins gold in athletics appeared first on Star of Mysore.... Read More

Walls will always divide, resettling Kashmiri Pandits in camps bad idea, says author

India, Feb. 21 -- Author Sanchit Gupta, who has debuted with a novel based in Kashmir of the early 1990s when militancy peaked and saw mass exodus of Hindu Pandit families, does not think settling migrant Kashmiri Pandits in separate areas in the state is a good idea.

Gupta, whose book is titled "The Tree With A Thousand Apples", feels settling Kashmiri Pandits in separate townships in the Valley would create further communal wedge in an already... Read More

Ghaziabad fake encounter: These families gave up everything to get justice for their dead relatives

Ghaziabad, Feb. 21 -- "We did not compromise. It was a murder," said Pushpa, sister of Ashok, who was gunned down in a fake encounter in 1996. "After my brother was shot dead in the encounter, my father pursued the case in Dehradun but he died from a heart stroke in 2008. Then my aged mother took up the case and has pursued it till date. We had to sell our house and cattle to get money but we did not give up. The policemen visited us and told us ... Read More

Drug trade: Himachal forms all-woman cell to nab drug couriers on Punjab border

DHARAMSHALA, Feb. 21 -- With Kangra witnessing unprecedented increase in the number of women becoming involved in drug paddling, the district police have constituted an all-women anti-narcotic cell to curb the menace. In its extensive drive against drug mafia launched in April last year, the district police have so far arrested 40 women under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985.Apart from it, 25 women were booked under the Excise... Read More

Delhi nursery admissions: Where you can check if your application is accepted

New Delhi, Feb. 21 -- Parents who have applied for nursery admission of their wards in Delhi's 1,700 private school can check whether their applications have been accepted by the schools on Tuesday. February 21 is the deadline given by the Delhi government to schools to upload the names of all the applications accepted. Parents can log on to the website of the schools where they have applied and check out the details. Schools such as Mothers Inte... Read More

As Rahul Gandhi drives S. M. Krishna out of Congress, issues of morality, bankruptcy & dilemmas surface

India, Feb. 21 -- By T.J.S. George There is a tragic inevitability about the doom of the Congress Party. It's a Greek tragedy where the hero's powerful wish to achieve a goal is defeated by a flaw in his character complicated by fate and the will of the gods. Why the will of the gods should go against the Congress, we do not know. For past sins, perhaps. For present sins, the BJP may face similar wrath of the gods in due course. But that can be n... Read More

IPL 2017 Auction: The 22 crorepati players who entered a prestigious club

India, Feb. 21 -- The 2017 Indian Premier League auction witnessed some record buys and some new entrants into the Crorepati club. Out of over 350 players called into the auction, only a total of 66 players were purchased by the franchises. Out of the 66, there were 22 players who became crorepatis. Here are a list of the players who entered the prestigious club. 1) Ben Stokes (Price: 14.5 crore, Team: Rising Pune Supergiants) The England all-rou... Read More

Forest Minister calls on injured; assures all help

India, Feb. 21 -- Bandipur inferno and aftermath Minister for Forest, Environment and Ecology B. Ramanath Rai has assured that the State Government will take care of all medical expenses of forest staff who have been injured while dousing the forest fire at Bandipur. The assurance came when he visited the Apollo BGS Hospital in city this morning where the injured are being treated. He was accompanied by PWD and Mysuru District In-charge Minister ... Read More

CM Siddharamaiah loses cool

India, Feb. 21 -- At the 10th State Wildlife Board meeting in Bengaluru yesterday, Chief Minister Siddharamaiah lashed out at forest officials over the fire where a young guard lost his life, battling flames. When the issue of forest fire and the compensation for the guard was placed before him, Siddharamaiah lost his cool and expressed his dissatisfaction over the working style of the forest department. Though officials explained how tough it is... Read More