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West Bengal Lottery Best Bangabhumi Ajay Results

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West Bengal Lottery Sambad ‘Dear Bangabhumi Ajay’ is a popular weekly lottery held on Fridays. The cost of a one-way ticket is ₹6. The first prize is ₹50 lakhs. The consolation prize is ₹1,000 awarded to multiple valid ticket holders. The second prize is ₹9,000. The third prize is ₹500 for multiple winners, while the 4th prize of ₹250 will be awarded to several eligible winners. The 5th prize of ₹120 is given to many lottery holders with matching serial numbers. The lottery results will be announced at 4 p.m.

On Thursday, the “Dear Bangabhumi Bhagirathi” lottery will take place. The highest prize won in the Sambad Thursday lottery is ₹50 lakhs. The second prize is 9000. The third prize is ₹500 and the fourth prize is ₹250. The fifth prize is 120, and there is also a consolation prize of ₹1000. The results of West Bengal State Lottery Sambad “Dear Bangabhumi” Bhagirathi” are announced every Thursday at 4 pm. The West Bengal Lottery systems have their official website where they announce the results. West Bengal Sambad Lotteries latest result for August 6 will be updated at 4pm on the official website which is http://www.lotterysambad.com/today.html

On Monday, the “Dear Bangalakshmi Teesta” lottery will take place. The highest prize won in the Sambad Monday lottery is ₹50 lakhs. The second prize is 9000. The third prize is ₹500 and the fourth prize is ₹250. The fifth prize is 120, and there is also a consolation prize of ₹1000. The results of West Bengal State Lottery Sambad “Dear Bangalakshmi Teesta” are announced every Monday at 4 p.m. The West Bengal Lottery systems have their official website where they announce the results.

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The state lottery of West Bengal has 7 weekly games in the afternoon. These games are listed below-

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangalakshmi Teesta” – It will be conducted on Monday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangalakshmi Torsha” – It will be conducted on Tuesday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangalakshmi Raidak” – It will be conducted on Wednesday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangabhumi Bhagirathi” – It will be conducted on Thursday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangabhumi Ajay” – It will be conducted on Friday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangasree Damodar” – It will be conducted on Saturday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangasree Ichamati” – It will be conducted on Sunday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

Lottery Sambad Results: Important Things to Remember

If your ticket is equal to the winning number, you must be present at the West Bengal Gazette office to claim the prize. The number and lottery is only valid for 30 days from the date of declaration of the West Bengal state lottery day declaration. The number and ticket are checked for authenticity. After the complete process, one can take home the winning amount. The lottery and processing office is located in the State Lottery Department of West Bengal. After verification, the amount will be received net of taxes.

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Secrecy Surrounds R80 Million in Lottery Funding for Sports Project

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The National Lottery Commission (NLC) donated R80 million to sports projects involving politically connected businessman Solly Siweya. But for the money there is little to see.

The committee paid R80 million to a dormant non-profit, Lulamisa Community Development, for a sports-related project. But neither the NLC nor the company will say what the money was for and how it was spent.

Featured in a recent GroundUp investigation into the controversial purchase of a luxury home in Bryanston, Siweya was a key player in the grants.

GroundUp recently revealed how (then) Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula made a cash offer of R5.6 million to buy the house. But just nine days later, Upbrand Properties, a company associated with the suspended NLC Chief Operating Officer Phillemon Letwaba, made an identical offer for the property, with Siweya acting on his behalf.

Three non-profit companies affiliated with Siweya have received lottery grants of more than R93 million in recent years. At least one of these grants to the nonprofit Life for Impact in the 21st Century is currently under investigation by the Hawks and also the Special Investigating Unit (SIU).

According to Department of Social Development (DSD) data, Lulamisa was originally registered as a non-profit organization in Limpopo in 2002. The DSD register lists Lulamisa’s activities as “development and housing; employment and training; vocational training.”

According to this data, Lulamisa has been dormant and non-compliant for the past five years.

But in fiscal year 2015-6, this nonprofit was awarded R64 million, and another one in the 2016-7 fiscal year R16 million, by the NLC.

It is not clear what the money will be spent on. Neither the NLC, Siweya nor others associated with Lulamisa would answer questions about this.

Around the time of the payment of the first installment to Lulamisa, a Facebook page was established on March 4, 2016 announcing the launch of “the Lulamisa Games” with a free concert in Kuruman in the North Cape. The “Games” were described by Lulamisa as the “old programs” of Durban’s bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games. (The offer has since been canceled.) There were a handful of messages on that day. And then nothing was ever posted again.

The “About” section of the page states that the Lulamisa Games, “an initiative of the Lulamisa Community Development Organization”, were funded by the NLC. NLC and Lulamisa logos are featured in the handful of posts on the page, all dated March 4, 2016, and all related to the Lulamisa Games.

After the March 4 posts, the Facebook page went silent with no news ever posted about the Games or other related events. A Lulamisa Games website is not working.

In May 2016, Siweya, who was described as the chairman of the board of directors of Lulamisa, represented the company on a sod-turning ceremony in Hlaneki, a village in the countryside of Limpopo, for a new “sports center”. Siweya also distributed kits to local school sports teams.

At the time, Siweya said the event was part of a nationwide awareness campaign “to educate youth about the different sports codes in preparation for the 2022 Commonwealth Games to be held in Durban”.

But the center Siweya promised was never built, Hosi Nhlaniki, the area’s traditional leader, told GroundUp last week.

“We last saw those people in 2016. After making a pledge and turning the turf, they have not set foot here until today,” Nhlaniki said. “As a leader, I am very disappointed that such a promise made to the entire community has never been fulfilled.”

In response to a series of questions, Siweya said he was no longer involved with Lulamisa and referred us to people currently involved with the organization. But he ignored requests to provide their names and contact details.

Pinky Khosa, the only other director of Lulamisa registered with DSD, has not responded to questions sent to her by email.

The NLC did not respond to detailed questions, including where the money was being spent. Spokesperson Ndivhuho Mafela said only: “The National Lotteries Commission will not make any public comments regarding [the] financing projects that fall between 2014-2020. This is due to the presidential proclamation that ordered the SIU to investigate projects that fall within that period. It will be unfair for the NLC to comment in parallel before this process is completed.”

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GRAINS-US wheat falls as weather improves; maize, soya firm after export deals

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CHICAGO, Dec. 8 (Reuters) – US wheat futures fell on Wednesday as forecasts of mild temperatures and some rain in key growing areas raised hopes the crop will be in good condition before going dormant, traders said.

“The weather for wheat in the US looks pretty good,” said Terry Reilly, senior commodities analyst at Futures International. “The warmer temperatures are expected to give wheat conditions a bit of a boost.”

Corn and soybean futures tightened and rebounded from overnight weakness after the US Department of Agriculture announced new export deals for both commodities.

Private exporters reported sales of 130,000 tons of soybeans to China, the fifth consecutive trading day announced a flash sale of the oilseed and 1,844 million tons of corn to Mexico.

The impact of the deal with Mexico was limited as the largest buyer of US corn typically makes a large purchase of US corn in December.

At 10:30 a.m. CST (1630 GMT), the Chicago Board of Trade’s March soybean futures rose 6-1/4 cents at $12.56-1/2 per bushel. March’s CBOT corn was 1/2 cent higher at $5.86-1/2 per bushel.

Expectations for a record crop of both commodities in South America kept profits under control. Forecasts pointed to improved growth weather in recent days, but parts of southern Brazil remained dry.

Grain markets were cautiously a day ahead of the USDA’s monthly World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report.

Corn and soybean markets are also assessing Tuesday’s announcement by the US government of plans to scale back the amount of biofuels that oil refineries had to blend in.

The wheat market is waiting for an update on the Australian harvest, in the hopes that a drier period in the coming week will prevent further quality damage.

CBOT soft red winter wheat futures in March were down 11-3/4 cents at $7.96-3/4 per bushel. (Additional coverage by Gus Trompiz in Paris and Naveen Thukral in Singapore, edited by Marguerita Choy)

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Orangeburg restaurants hope people eat us for the holidays

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Orangeburg restaurants hope people eat us for the holidays

With the holiday season approaching, many retailers and restaurants are hoping that people will spend their money in the city and not online.

ORANGEBURG, SC – Restaurants in Orangeburg hope that when people say “Shop Local” they mean local food.

“People have families to feed, so I feel supporting the smaller businesses will help the community,” said the restaurant manager “Philly special, “Taylor Benjamin.

He says the restaurant is known for its Philly cheesesteaks and chicken wings.

Since the start of the pandemic, Benjamin says, the restaurant has faced food shortages due to supply chain disruptions that sometimes make it a bit difficult to get steak, sourdough and chicken wings.

Buy them say they made things work.

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“Everything is going pretty well, everything is going pretty well. The money comes right. We are handing out the orders. To get our customer turnover and customer base going again,” says Benjamin.

The “Taste of the Caribbean” restaurant opened at the height of the pandemic and manager Kishon Ryan said the community has embraced them with open arms.

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“Even though we are open during the pandemic, at the peak. Being new to Orangeburg, the Caribbean restaurant, it took off. Because we have authentic food and authentic chefs, people came out to support us all the time,” Ryan says.

The restaurant’s number one seller, Ryan says, are the oxtails.

“We expect a large audience. We expect people to be quiet, people from out of town to come and try us and try to get something different,” Ryan said.

The “Taste of Caribbean” says it plans to open for half a day on Christmas Eve and the “Philly Special” will be open all day.

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