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'Sarah Jacob' - 147 News Result(s)

  • An Uber Driver 'Felt His Vehicle Was Disrespected' - And Stabbed His Passenger, Police Say

    An Uber Driver 'Felt His Vehicle Was Disrespected' - And Stabbed His Passenger, Police Say

    After Jacob Matthew Allemon, an Uber driver in Michigan, approached the couple he was to transport Saturday, one of the passengers rapped on his window, police said.

  • Kalahandi Struggling With Acute Shortage Of Doctors

    Kalahandi Struggling With Acute Shortage Of Doctors

    Kalahandi, Odisha: Barely 6 km away from Dana Majhi’s home in Kalahandi, Odisha, is the Narkundi primary healthcare centre. This is where Dana Majhi took his wife for a check-up when she first fell sick. There was no doctor to attend to her then. Eight months later, when she succumbed to tuberculosis at Kalahandi district headquarter hospit...

  • Hospital Where Dana Majhi’s Wife Died Is Not Just Short Of Ambulances

    Hospital Where Dana Majhi’s Wife Died Is Not Just Short Of Ambulances

    Bhawanipatna: Days after Dana Majhi had to walk 10 km carrying his wife’s corpse on his shoulders, NDTV visited the Kalahandi District Headquarter Hospital in Bhawanipatna in Odisha where she breathed her last. A young man with severe meningitis was seen lying on the hospital’s floor, with his family by his side, struggling to hold him still as...

  • Dana Majhi, Who Carried His Dead Wife, Has Money Now. Not Much Else.

    Dana Majhi, Who Carried His Dead Wife, Has Money Now. Not Much Else.

    Melghar : The door to Dana Majhi’s empty one-room mud hut is always unlocked. Despite being given Rs 9 lakh from various government schemes and private donations after his wife’s death, there is nothing valuable in here – a change of clothes, a pair of shoes that aren’t slippers. The only thing that can’t be replaced is the memory of his ...

  • I Didn't Fall In Love With My Baby Right Away. And That's Ok.

    I Didn't Fall In Love With My Baby Right Away. And That's Ok.

    In our society, which is obsessed with babies and having babies and why so-and-so is not having babies, nobody really prepares you for the reality that the hardest part is what comes after.

  • Custom Paintjob, Diplomatic Plates: Mexican Ambassador's Unique Ride

    Custom Paintjob, Diplomatic Plates: Mexican Ambassador's Unique Ride

    VIPs are exempt from Delhi's Odd-Even plan, but there's one diplomat who doesn't crave the exemption. Perhaps due to her experience of living in Mexico City as it battled its notorious pollution problem, Mexico's envoy to India, Ambassador Melba Pria, has put aside her official gas-guzzling car in favor of a CNG auto.

  • We Knew Malala Wouldn't Forget Us, Say Her Friends From Pakistan

    We Knew Malala Wouldn't Forget Us, Say Her Friends From Pakistan

    When Malala Yousafzai, the world's youngest Nobel peace laureate, receives the prestigious award in a ceremony in Oslo on Wednesday, she will share the moment with her three best friends, who were also injured when she was shot in 2012.

  • Professor Nalini Ambady's death highlights lack of awareness on bone marrow transplants in India

    Professor Nalini Ambady's death highlights lack of awareness on bone marrow transplants in India

    She was the first Indian-American woman to teach psychology at Harvard, Tufts, and Stanford University. A trailblazer, 53-year-old professor Nalini Ambady, died after a long battle with leukemia when she could not find a donor for a life-saving bone marrow transplant. It's a tragedy because her death could have easily been prevented.

  • Blog: Eight years later, India still struggling to tackle encephalitis

    Blog: Eight years later, India still struggling to tackle encephalitis

    When my editor asked me to cover the encephalitis outbreak in Uttar Pradesh, I agreed, out of both interest and nostalgia. After eight years of being NDTV's US Correspondent, I was looking forward to reporting (apart from anchoring Newsfirst @10) from India, once again, on the health beat which I had last covered a decade ago.

  • In fifth annual letter, Bill Gates stresses on setting goals

    In fifth annual letter, Bill Gates stresses on setting goals

    Bill Gates published his annual letter which highlights successes from education in the United States to prenatal health care in Ethiopia. He argues that a core reason for the progress was the commitment to setting clear goals and identifying the right measures to drive progress towards those goals.

  • Reporter's diary on Tahawwur Rana's sentencing

    Reporter's diary on Tahawwur Rana's sentencing

    A thin, bespectacled and gray-haired Tawahhur Rana attended Thursday's proceedings. He was wearing an orange federal prison-issue uniform, white socks and blue slip on shoes. He did not turn around to greet his family and friends like he normally does at court hearings.

  • Reporter's diary: The Tahawwur Rana trial

    Reporter's diary: The Tahawwur Rana trial

    US Federal prosecutors are seeking a sentence of 30 years in prison for Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana. In June 2011, after deliberating for two days, the jury found Rana guilty of providing material support to Pakistani terror group - the Lashkar-e-Taiba in its failed plot to attack a Danish newspaper, for publishing cartoons of the Prophet Muh...

  • Wal-Mart chief Mike Duke confident of setting up India business

    Wal-Mart chief Mike Duke confident of setting up India business

    Amid fierce opposition to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail and the Indian government agreeing to an inquiry into lobbying by Wal-Mart, the global retail giant says it's confident of setting up shop in the country.

  • Blog: Wal-Mart lobbying report - the panic is unfounded

    Blog: Wal-Mart lobbying report - the panic is unfounded

    The media controversy over the issue of Wal-Mart's lobbying for FDI in India, citing disclosure reports filed by the company with the US Senate, reflects a poor understanding of how business and politics work in the United States. The media has chosen to sensationalise the issue, instead of placing these disclosure reports in context.

  • Controversies dog Walmart's global retail success

    Controversies dog Walmart's global retail success

    WalMart is one of the world's most successful companies and also one of its most controversial. Its model of global sourcing at a very large scale helps ensure that prices are low for customers. However, it can also result in vendors cutting corners on environment and safety standards to try and expand the razor-thin profit margins Walmart bargain...

'Sarah Jacob' - 475 Video Result(s)

'Sarah Jacob' - 147 News Result(s)

  • An Uber Driver 'Felt His Vehicle Was Disrespected' - And Stabbed His Passenger, Police Say

    An Uber Driver 'Felt His Vehicle Was Disrespected' - And Stabbed His Passenger, Police Say

    After Jacob Matthew Allemon, an Uber driver in Michigan, approached the couple he was to transport Saturday, one of the passengers rapped on his window, police said.

  • Kalahandi Struggling With Acute Shortage Of Doctors

    Kalahandi Struggling With Acute Shortage Of Doctors

    Kalahandi, Odisha: Barely 6 km away from Dana Majhi’s home in Kalahandi, Odisha, is the Narkundi primary healthcare centre. This is where Dana Majhi took his wife for a check-up when she first fell sick. There was no doctor to attend to her then. Eight months later, when she succumbed to tuberculosis at Kalahandi district headquarter hospit...

  • Hospital Where Dana Majhi’s Wife Died Is Not Just Short Of Ambulances

    Hospital Where Dana Majhi’s Wife Died Is Not Just Short Of Ambulances

    Bhawanipatna: Days after Dana Majhi had to walk 10 km carrying his wife’s corpse on his shoulders, NDTV visited the Kalahandi District Headquarter Hospital in Bhawanipatna in Odisha where she breathed her last. A young man with severe meningitis was seen lying on the hospital’s floor, with his family by his side, struggling to hold him still as...

  • Dana Majhi, Who Carried His Dead Wife, Has Money Now. Not Much Else.

    Dana Majhi, Who Carried His Dead Wife, Has Money Now. Not Much Else.

    Melghar : The door to Dana Majhi’s empty one-room mud hut is always unlocked. Despite being given Rs 9 lakh from various government schemes and private donations after his wife’s death, there is nothing valuable in here – a change of clothes, a pair of shoes that aren’t slippers. The only thing that can’t be replaced is the memory of his ...

  • I Didn't Fall In Love With My Baby Right Away. And That's Ok.

    I Didn't Fall In Love With My Baby Right Away. And That's Ok.

    In our society, which is obsessed with babies and having babies and why so-and-so is not having babies, nobody really prepares you for the reality that the hardest part is what comes after.

  • Custom Paintjob, Diplomatic Plates: Mexican Ambassador's Unique Ride

    Custom Paintjob, Diplomatic Plates: Mexican Ambassador's Unique Ride

    VIPs are exempt from Delhi's Odd-Even plan, but there's one diplomat who doesn't crave the exemption. Perhaps due to her experience of living in Mexico City as it battled its notorious pollution problem, Mexico's envoy to India, Ambassador Melba Pria, has put aside her official gas-guzzling car in favor of a CNG auto.

  • We Knew Malala Wouldn't Forget Us, Say Her Friends From Pakistan

    We Knew Malala Wouldn't Forget Us, Say Her Friends From Pakistan

    When Malala Yousafzai, the world's youngest Nobel peace laureate, receives the prestigious award in a ceremony in Oslo on Wednesday, she will share the moment with her three best friends, who were also injured when she was shot in 2012.

  • Professor Nalini Ambady's death highlights lack of awareness on bone marrow transplants in India

    Professor Nalini Ambady's death highlights lack of awareness on bone marrow transplants in India

    She was the first Indian-American woman to teach psychology at Harvard, Tufts, and Stanford University. A trailblazer, 53-year-old professor Nalini Ambady, died after a long battle with leukemia when she could not find a donor for a life-saving bone marrow transplant. It's a tragedy because her death could have easily been prevented.

  • Blog: Eight years later, India still struggling to tackle encephalitis

    Blog: Eight years later, India still struggling to tackle encephalitis

    When my editor asked me to cover the encephalitis outbreak in Uttar Pradesh, I agreed, out of both interest and nostalgia. After eight years of being NDTV's US Correspondent, I was looking forward to reporting (apart from anchoring Newsfirst @10) from India, once again, on the health beat which I had last covered a decade ago.

  • In fifth annual letter, Bill Gates stresses on setting goals

    In fifth annual letter, Bill Gates stresses on setting goals

    Bill Gates published his annual letter which highlights successes from education in the United States to prenatal health care in Ethiopia. He argues that a core reason for the progress was the commitment to setting clear goals and identifying the right measures to drive progress towards those goals.

  • Reporter's diary on Tahawwur Rana's sentencing

    Reporter's diary on Tahawwur Rana's sentencing

    A thin, bespectacled and gray-haired Tawahhur Rana attended Thursday's proceedings. He was wearing an orange federal prison-issue uniform, white socks and blue slip on shoes. He did not turn around to greet his family and friends like he normally does at court hearings.

  • Reporter's diary: The Tahawwur Rana trial

    Reporter's diary: The Tahawwur Rana trial

    US Federal prosecutors are seeking a sentence of 30 years in prison for Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana. In June 2011, after deliberating for two days, the jury found Rana guilty of providing material support to Pakistani terror group - the Lashkar-e-Taiba in its failed plot to attack a Danish newspaper, for publishing cartoons of the Prophet Muh...

  • Wal-Mart chief Mike Duke confident of setting up India business

    Wal-Mart chief Mike Duke confident of setting up India business

    Amid fierce opposition to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail and the Indian government agreeing to an inquiry into lobbying by Wal-Mart, the global retail giant says it's confident of setting up shop in the country.

  • Blog: Wal-Mart lobbying report - the panic is unfounded

    Blog: Wal-Mart lobbying report - the panic is unfounded

    The media controversy over the issue of Wal-Mart's lobbying for FDI in India, citing disclosure reports filed by the company with the US Senate, reflects a poor understanding of how business and politics work in the United States. The media has chosen to sensationalise the issue, instead of placing these disclosure reports in context.

  • Controversies dog Walmart's global retail success

    Controversies dog Walmart's global retail success

    WalMart is one of the world's most successful companies and also one of its most controversial. Its model of global sourcing at a very large scale helps ensure that prices are low for customers. However, it can also result in vendors cutting corners on environment and safety standards to try and expand the razor-thin profit margins Walmart bargain...

  • Sahara group takes over New York's iconic Plaza hotel

    Sahara group takes over New York's iconic Plaza hotel

    The Indian flag is flying over a lot of prime Manhattan real estate these days. After the Taj group's acquisition of the Pierre on Fifth Avenue, it's now the turn of the Sahara Group, which has bought both the Plaza and a majority stake in the Dream Hotel.

  • Aakash 2 showcased at the UN: Reporter's take

    Aakash 2 showcased at the UN: Reporter's take

    If passports and maps weren't enough, there is a new India-China controversy over the provenance of the Aakash 2 tablet, which was showcased at the United Nations today, as an example of technological innovation in India.

  • Undeterred by 'Made in China' allegations, India showcases Aakash 2 tablet at UN

    Undeterred by 'Made in China' allegations, India showcases Aakash 2 tablet at UN

    The architect of Aakash 2 says India's low-cost tablet is not 'made in China'. Some parts are made in that country, Sunil Singh Tuli says, but it is assembled in India and is "an Indian product, made by Indians."

  • Blog: Barack Obama's new challenge: Generals and scandals

    Blog: Barack Obama's new challenge: Generals and scandals

    It all started out rather innocuously. One jealous woman sent anonymous and threatening emails to another woman with the age-old warning: "stay away from my guy." Understandable enough. Except when the man you're talking about is married to another woman, and the head of the CIA.

  • Blog: I was there when Barack Obama delivered that superb speech

    Blog: I was there when Barack Obama delivered that superb speech

    The day leading up to Election Night 2012 could not have been any more different than when we were in Chicago in 2008 for President Barack Obama's first historic election. Gone were the blue skies, sunny weather, big crowds, and endless optimism that we witnessed four years ago, replaced by more seasonal weather for November in the Windy City - tem...

  • Blog: New York shows its heart in a post Sandy recovery

    Blog: New York shows its heart in a post Sandy recovery

    Why does a disaster, natural or otherwise, bring people together? We have seen it post 9/11 and post 26/11, and now we are seeing it post Hurricane Sandy.

  • Blog: New Yorkers take on Hurricane Sandy

    Blog: New Yorkers take on Hurricane Sandy

    The day before Hurricane Sandy made landfall how worried someone was positively correlated with the amount of TV news bulletins (s)he watched. If the 24-hour news cycle was to be believed we were on a countdown to Armageddon.

  • Rajat Gupta's four daughters broke down in court

    Rajat Gupta's four daughters broke down in court

    Last year on Diwali Former Goldman Sachs director, Rajat Gupta arrived at the federal courthouse in downtown Manhattan to surrender to the FBI and face criminal insider trading-related charges. His family and friends then said they believed it was an auspicious day and the gods would protect him. Today, on Dusshera, the India born Gupta arrived in ...

  • Rajat Gupta: The rise and fall

    Rajat Gupta: The rise and fall

    Rajat Gupat joined McKinsey & Company, the elite and secretive management-consulting firm as an earnest, under-stated young man, fresh out of Harvard Business School, and IIT Delhi before that. He rose rapidly through a competitive system, going on to rule boardrooms, chair nonprofit boards, and move with CEOs and heads of state from Bill Gates to ...

  • In a first, Indian American Sikh offers prayers at Republican Convention

    In a first, Indian American Sikh offers prayers at Republican Convention

    For the first time in U.S. history, a Sikh American gave the invocation at a Republican National Convention. Ishwar Singh the President of the Sikh Society of Central Florida stood on stage and said how spoke about unity saying 'everyone has one god. The gods have different names but there is one god'.

  • Mitt Romney's rocky road to Tampa

    Mitt Romney's rocky road to Tampa

    The credentials are impeccable. He is the son of former auto executive turned Michigan Governor. He has a law degree and an MBA from Harvard. In 1984, he founded a private equity firm Bain Capital, which went on to become one of the most successful firms of its kind in the world. It now manages roughly $65 billion in assets.

  • Another US university accused of visa fraud; hundreds of Indian students may be affected

    Another US university accused of visa fraud; hundreds of Indian students may be affected

    Just a year after US officials shut down Tri Valley University in Sunnyvale California for a massive immigration fraud, another university has been charged with the same. The CEO of the Herguan University, 32-year-old Jerry Wang, has been arrested by US federal agents and charged with 15 counts of visa fraud. The investigation is underway but the ...

  • Preet Bharara on insider trading, Rajat Gupta, and wire-taps

    Preet Bharara on insider trading, Rajat Gupta, and wire-taps

    He has been called the Sheriff of Wall Street. The US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara - the man who has successfully brought insider trading cases against the likes of Raj Rajaratnam and Former Goldman Sachs Director Rajat Gupta - tells NDTV that Insider Trading is pervasive on Wall Street.

  • Government officer arrested for sexual assault: CCTV footage is examined

    Surendra Mahapatra, 1985 batch Indian Forest Service officer has been detained in Pennsylvania and will be produced in court on the August 2. While the Indian Consulate in New York is trying to help with providing legal aid, Mahapatra, who is a joint-secretary rank officer, was travelling on an official passport. He is unlikely to get diplomatic im...

  • Oprah's India episode slammed for stereotypes

    Oprah's India episode slammed for stereotypes

    She came, she saw but she did not conquer hearts and minds. The queen of day time TV, Oprah Winfrey's two-part TV special on India has not got the kind of royal reception she did when she visited India in April.

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