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  • Kulbhushan Jadhav's Mother Appeals Against Pak Death Sentence

    Kulbhushan Jadhav's Mother Appeals Against Pak Death Sentence

    The mother of Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian man sentenced to death in Pakistan allegedly for spying, has filed an appeal at a higher court in Pakistan. The appeal was filed in the name of Avanti Jadhav by the Indian envoy in Islamabad in the Pakistan court of appeals today.

  • In Delhi, Students Take On Pollution At Traffic Signals

    In Delhi, Students Take On Pollution At Traffic Signals

    Stacks of smoke are clouding the skies in Delhi. You see and smell the fumes, feel them in your lungs at every traffic intersection. Carbon emissions are highest when a car's engine is idling, most of the times traffic signals. City's youngsters have now taken it upon themselves to raise awareness about the alarming air pollution in the national ca...

  • Cruelty To Animals? 3 Men Transporting Buffaloes Beaten, Arrested In Delhi

    Cruelty To Animals? 3 Men Transporting Buffaloes Beaten, Arrested In Delhi

    Three men transporting buffaloes who were roughed up last night in posh South Delhi, allegedly by activists of an animal rights group, were arrested by the Delhi Police today. They were later released on bail and a case of cruelty to animals, which carries a five-year jail term and a fine, has been filed against them. A case has been filed against ...

  • Public Health Foundation Of India Barred From Receiving Foreign Funding

    Public Health Foundation Of India Barred From Receiving Foreign Funding

    Delhi-based voluntary organisation Public Health Foundation of India or PHFI has been barred from receiving foreign funds in India by the Home Ministry, which acts as nodal authority to regulate foreign aid for Non-Government Organisations.

  • 1 Killed As Schoolboy Celebrating Last Exam Rams Car Into Pavement In Delhi's Kashmere Gate

    1 Killed As Schoolboy Celebrating Last Exam Rams Car Into Pavement In Delhi's Kashmere Gate

    One person was killed and three injured as a speeding car driven by a teenager hit people sleeping on the pavement early this morning at Delhi's ISBT bus terminal. Two teenagers including the driver have been arrested.

  • Top Court Orders Mobile Tower To Shut Down. Minister Says No Health Risk

    Top Court Orders Mobile Tower To Shut Down. Minister Says No Health Risk

    42-year-old Harish Chand Tiwari has given the Sharma house 20 years of service. In 2002, the digital revolution was taking over major cities like Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh and up came a BSNL cellphone tower next door to the Sharmas.

  • When Celebrities, Ministers Came Together To 'Bowl Out TB'

    When Celebrities, Ministers Came Together To 'Bowl Out TB'

    Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh: At the picturesque Dharamshala Cricket Stadium in Himachal Pradesh, a T20 cricket match was held between Mumbai XI and the members of Parliament (MPs 11) this weekend. The match was held as part of a national campaign to increase commitment towards ending tuberculosis in India. Members of Parliament, artists from the ...

  • Give Us EVM, Will Prove Tampering, Says Arvind Kejriwal: 10 Points

    Give Us EVM, Will Prove Tampering, Says Arvind Kejriwal: 10 Points

    Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, today alleged "dangerous" tampering of Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) to rig polls and demanded that the April 23 Delhi municipal elections be deferred so that paper ballots can be usd. "We urge the Election Commission to reveal the EVM software to the country," the Aam Aadmi Party chief said, accusin...

  • Sharp Rise In Caesarean Deliveries, Doctors Say Women Who Ask For It Unaware Of Risks

    Sharp Rise In Caesarean Deliveries, Doctors Say Women Who Ask For It Unaware Of Risks

    New Delhi: Over the last decade, there has been an alarming rise in the caesarean deliveries in India. The private hospitals, especially, have shown a significant increase as oppose to the public hospitals that registered a dip in the number of caesarean deliveries. According to National Family Health Survery-4, the private hospitals saw 40.9 per c...

  • Last Minute Rush For Commercial Surrogacy Before It Becomes Illegal

    Last Minute Rush For Commercial Surrogacy Before It Becomes Illegal

    Gurugram: Couples and individuals who desire to become parents via surrogacy are making quick calls at surrogacy clinics, especially after the Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar announced that he became a father of twins with the help of surrogacy. Dr Kaberi Banerjee, an IVF specialist said, “A lot of patients have started calling in with queries, m...

  • India To Resume Indus Water Talks With Pakistan This Month: 10 Points

    India To Resume Indus Water Talks With Pakistan This Month: 10 Points

    Its point made, India's Indus commissioner will travel to Pakistan later this month to resume the Indus Water Treaty talks that New Delhi had put on the ice after last September's terrorist attack on the Uri army base in Jammu and Kashmir. "Blood and water cannot flow together," Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared soon after the attack that kille...

  • Price Cap On Stents Hailed By All, But Serious Concerns Remain

    Price Cap On Stents Hailed By All, But Serious Concerns Remain

    The drug pricing regulator has directed that in cases of evidence of artificial stent shortage, the state governments can proceed against the manufacturers and seize their stent stocks as per the provisions of the Drug Price Control Order, 2013.

  • 'Hithendran Effect' Keeping Tamil Nadu At The Forefront Of Organ Donation

    'Hithendran Effect' Keeping Tamil Nadu At The Forefront Of Organ Donation

    The story of a 15-year-old boy named Hithendra, who lost his life in a motorbike accident, continues to inspire many in Tamil Nadu to become organ donors. As his parents chose to donate Hithendra's heart, kidney, liver, corneas and bone marrow, their action sparked off a movement called 'Hithendra Effect'.

  • Be Watchful Of Symptoms Of Cancer, Says Manisha Koirala

    Be Watchful Of Symptoms Of Cancer, Says Manisha Koirala

    To increase awareness about Cancer, thousands of people cutting across gender and age walked the lengths of New Delhi’s Rajpath. The tenth annual Delhi Walk for Life aimed to applaud and support cancer survivors was flagged off by actor and cancer survivor Manisha Koirala and MaryKay Loss Carlson, Charge d’Affaires USA on Sunday. There were mo...

  • World Cancer Day: 17.3 Lakh New Cases In India By 2020, Says Report

    World Cancer Day: 17.3 Lakh New Cases In India By 2020, Says Report

    The case for early diagnosis just got stronger. The statement has been corroborated by a World Health Organization report, released ahead of the World Cancer Day observed on February 4, which highlighted that it is easier and cheaper to cure the killer disease if diagnosed early.

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