Reuters | Friday May 24, 2013
In the lurid scene of the red-handed knifeman describing his motives for hacking to death a British soldier in broad daylight, perhaps the most chilling aspect for many Londoners was the man's unmistakably familiar accent.
Indo-Asian News Service | Saturday May 4, 2013
Pran could not make it to the 60th National Film Awards ceremony on Friday here to receive Dadasaheb Phalke honour for health reasons.
Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday March 13, 2013
Eighteen people tested positive for swine flu in the national capital on Wednesday, taking the number of those infected to 1,351 this year, an official said.
Monday February 25, 2013
GDP is the market value of all goods and services produced within a country. GDP is commonly used as an indicator of the country's economic health as well as national productivity.
Friday February 1, 2013
Senior IAS officer Rajiv Takru today took charge as secretary in the department of financial services, replacing D K Mittal who retired yesterday. A 1979-batch Gujarat cadre IAS officer, Mr Takru was previously chief executive of Prasar Bharti.
Kishalay Bhattacharjee | Thursday October 18, 2012
The successive waves of flood in Assam this year have left millions of children fighting illness and poor nutrition, and thousands displaced. And for those inhabiting remote islands in the middle of Brahmaputra River, these boat clinics run by the Ce...
Agence France-Presse | Monday October 15, 2012
A 14-year-old Pakistani girl who was shot in the head by the Taliban for campaigning for the right to an education in an attack that shocked the world arrived in Britain for specialist care on Monday.
Press Trust of India | Tuesday October 2, 2012
A pioneering Indian-origin brain doctor, inspired by Mahatma Gandhi, has set on a five-day hunger strike in London to protest "unfair" treatment meted to him and his colleagues by the National Health Service for raising concerns about Britain's healt...
Indo-Asian News Service | Monday October 1, 2012
Rising cases of Hepatitis B infection in Bhutan has become a major health concern. Last year alone, 744 Hepatitis B cases were reported, Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, a doctor at the National Referral Hospital in Thimphu, said.
Press Trust of India | Wednesday September 19, 2012
There has been a record rise in complaints by patients against doctors during 2011, including a rise of nearly 19 per cent in complaints against Indian doctors working in the National Health Service, according to Britain's medical regulator.
Associated Press | Thursday July 5, 2012
Two former members of the National Health Service were arrested on Thursday by officers investigating corrupt links between police and journalists exposed by Britain's phone hacking scandal, Scotland Yard said.
Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 26, 2012
Over 3,500 doctors on Monday wore black badges in Odisha protesting the Centre's proposal to set up National Commission of Human Resources for Health (NCHRH) to regulate medical services and related policies.
Indo-Asian News Service | Saturday June 9, 2012
Two special CBI courts will be set up in the Uttar Pradesh capital and Ghaziabad in connection with the Rs.5,000 crore National Rural Health Mission (NHRM) scam.
Thursday March 15, 2012
Government has no option but to raise both excise and service taxes this year, says PVR Murthy, Group Finance Director at the Yash Birla Group.
Press Trust of India | Thursday February 2, 2012
Coming down heavily on a private nursing association for attempting to use the court for its "vested interests", the Madras High Court has hit the association with costs of Rs 25,000.