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Sonia Gandhi stable, under observation at hospital: Congress

Congress President Sonia Gandhi, who was taken ill during a roadshow in Varanasi and forced to return to the national capital, was "stable" and has been shifted to Ganga Ram Hospital in west Delhi......

Patients sharing beds, shortage of staff: Delhi struggles with rising dengue cases

The surge in dengue cases in the national capital have led to a serious space crunch in government hospitals with a facility in east Delhi operating a fever clinic from the driver's room while......

President Mukherjee cuts short Odisha visit after wife gets hospitalised

President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday night cut short his visit to Odhisa and returned to the capital after his wife Suvra was hospitalised following illness. Official sources said Suvra, who has......

4 Indian docs in Nigerian hospital given back their passports

All the four Indian doctors in a hospital in Nigerian capital Abuja, who have been forced to stay on in the Ebola-hit country against their wishes, were given back their passports following......

Treat acid attack, rape victims for free: Delhi govt to hospital

All the government and private hospitals in the national capital have been directed to provide "immediate and free" medical treatment to the victims of acid attack or rape. Special Secretary of the......

Budget 2012:Positive effect on expanding healthcare sector

Budget Provisions: The new hospital with at least hundred beds was earlier eligible for the 100 per cent deduction for capital expenditure. This deduction has been stepped up to 150 per cent of the......

He helps Indian banks raise money in London

In India post the success of masala and green bonds on the LSE, Nikhil Rathi tells Rajesh Bhayani that there are many international investors interested in buying into the India story. IMAGE: The......

London set to begin night Tube services

Night Tube services are expected to add 6.4 billion pounds to the London economy by 2030, creating 500,000 jobs The long-awaited night Tubes will finally roll on to London's Underground platforms,......

Son-in-law rises in the Max Group

Sahil Vachani fuels Analjit Singh’s new business initiatives He is introduced as the “best-kept secret” in Analjit Singh-founded Max Group. Sahil Vachani, 34, was appointed......

'FDI drains India's resources'

'We are allowing FDI on the terms of the investors, multinationals.''We bow down to whatever they say.''When they say you open this sector, we open that sector.' Dr Ashwani Mahajan, co-convenor of......

Chelsea's Costa hospitalised following rib injury

IMAGE: Chelsea's Diego Costa receives medical treatment prior to leaving the pitch due to injury during the Capital One League Cup fourth round match against Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium in......

Muhammad Ali, 'the greatest', remembered as boxer who transcended sports

IMAGE: Fans of the late Muhammad Ali, the former world heavyweight boxing champion come to pay their respects at the Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Photograph: John Sommers II/Reuters.......

Did Harsha Bhogle pay the price for VCA spat?

'This little incident might seem trivial to most people. But when such things happen in the BCCI's own backyard...'Dhruv Munjal reports. IMAGE: Harsha Bhogle with Ajay Jadeja and Deepika Padukone......
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Three NIFT and two engineering students die in separate incidents

At least five students on Tuesday died in separate incidents in Cuttack and Khurda of Odisha, police said. Three students of NIFT- Bhubaneswar,... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-odisha-three-nift-and-two-engineering-students-die-in-separate-incidents-2250434
China shadow over Modi's Vietnam visit

IMAGE: Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung with Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a recent visit to New Delhi. Photograph: Adnan... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/column/china-shadow-over-modis-vietnam-visit/20160830.htm
Suicide bombing kills 60 at Yemen army camp

A suicide car bomb attack on an army training camp in Yemens second city of Aden killed at least 60 people today, medical sources said. A security... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/567514/suicide-bombing-kills-60-yemen.html
'I have become more fearless'

'I will continue my fight against AFSPA, while seeking more interaction and engagement with the people of Manipur.' 'Those who agree with me can... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/interview/the-irom-sharmila-interview-i-have-become-more-fearless/20160829.htm
Government may airlift injured Kashmiris to Delhi

An injured Kashmiri man is brought for treatment on a stretcher at a hospital in Srinagar. (Photo: PTI) The Union home ministry is examining the... ...

http://www.asianage.com/india/government-may-airlift-injured-kashmiris-delhi-571

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