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Temperatures soar in Parliament over army deployment in Bengal

The row over Army taking over road toll plazas in West Bengal on Friday echoed in Parliament with Trinamool Congress seeing 'sinister' designs behind the move and the government vehemently denying......

Trump vows his first 100 days in Oval Office will be dramatic

US President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to pull out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the world's largest trade deal, and investigate abuses of work visa programmes as he outlined his policy......

How Prof Nandini Sundar got pulled into a murder mystery

While the Chhattisgarh police charged the well-known academic with a tribal man's murder, those who know her say it is vendetta at play.Shakya Mitra and R Krishna Das report. Last week, academic......

Silicon Valley gets an Indian-American Congressman

With Ro Khanna defeating eight-term incumbent Mike Honda, for the first time in history the Indian Diaspora has three of its own in the US Congress. Ritu Jha reports from California.......

How the world was Trumped

'An America at war with itself, groaning under a mounting debt, with woolly-headed economic policies of a neophyte president who is more feared and suspected among the comity of nations does not......

Demonetisation: The Political Fallout

Despite the indisputable facts demonetisation and its pain is yet to have a quantifiable political backlash.But this is provided the government can limit the damage to the next one week.Aditi......

Day 9: Aaj ki Taaza Khabar

I-T lens on current account deposits over Rs 12.5 lakh. All the news and more post demonetisation. IMAGE: A man gets his finger inked as he exchanges his old notes in Mumbai. Photograph: Sahil......

What PM told the nation: 'Secrecy was essential for this action'

Here's the full text of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to the nation where he announced the demonetisation of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes with effect from midnight on November 8-9. My......

How Information revolution differs from Industrial Revolution

There is mounting evidence that the Information Revolution may mean the end of large-scale vertically integrated businesses whose guiding principle, “economies of scale”, was the......

Tough rules for AYUSH treatment make health cover difficult

IRDA’s condition that treatment under AYUSH has to be at a government hospital or an institute recognised by the government makes insurance cover difficult. Insurance companies have started......

John loves romancing heroes!

Get your low down on what's happening in Bollywood, right here! IMAGE: John Abraham and Varun Dhawan at a Dishoom press conference. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar John Abraham reveals he enjoys......

A new Sanskrit wave

A cow that speaks, a question on patriarchy and the story of a 17th-century poet -- Sanskrit filmmakers are finding new ways to revive the 'dying' language. IMAGE: Rajesh Hebbar and Pratheeksha......

When Shah Rukh Khan died onscreen

Spoiler Alert! The world's favourite image of Shah Rukh Khan is where he flashes his famous dimpled smile and spreads his arms wide open. Easy to imagine the King of Romance walk off with the......

Indian team departs for Australia

CaptainAnil Kumble and his teammates on Monday left for Australia, hopingto create history by becoming the first Indian team to conquer the Aussies in their own backyard.Kumble and his men left by......

NZ captain Williamson accepts India were a 'better side'

'We certainly weren't good. No excuses. India were just the better side. They were consistent throughout the series' IMAGE: Axar Patel celebrates the wicket of Kane Williamson. Photograph: BCCI.......

Kabaddi World Cup: India thrash Argentina

India cruised to a comfortable win over Argentina as their raiders flexed their muscle to notch a record 54 point margin win   India thumped Argentina to score a world record margin win......

How playing IPL could help the Kiwis in the ODI series

'These days you don't really go into a series not knowing anything about a player' IMAGE: Luke Ronchi. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images New Zealand might have been bruised and battered by......

Government announces Rs.90 lakh cash awards for Rio Paralympians

The government has announced cash awards of Rs. 90 lakhs for Rio Paralympics 2016 medal winners. Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment Thawaarchand Gehlot said that the cash awards are being......
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Physicians try to find elusive links between diet and disease in Indians

While training to be a cardiologist in the late 1980s, Anil Kumar rarely saw a patient with heart disease younger than 40. Now, as the senior... ...

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/cons-products/food/physicians-try-to-find-elusive-links-between-diet-and-disease-in-indians/articleshow/55777084.cms
More people register to donate bodies to medical students

The number of people who have registered to donate their bodies at Byculla's Sir JJ Hospital's anatomy department increased from 412 to 1,288... ...

http://www.hindustantimes.com/mumbai-news/more-people-register-to-donate-bodies-to-medical-students/story-mqTAwmOEfpLP4OD33RdVUL.html
China Treads Carefully as Trump's Taiwan Call Gives Jolt to Ties

(Bloomberg) -- China complained to the U.S. after President-elect Donald Trump flouted almost four decades of diplomatic protocol by directly... ...

http://www.bloombergquint.com/politics/2016/12/03/china-dismisses-unprecedented-trump-tsai-call-as-taiwan-gimmick
Bombay Natural History Society gets nod to conduct study on Kharmor

INDORE: The forest department has given its nod for a study to be conducted on the changes in Sailana, Sardarpur and Petlawad's landscapes to... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/indore/Bombay-Natural-History-Society-gets-nod-to-conduct-study-on-Kharmor/articleshow/55777694.cms
Futility of bilateral talks

By providing its soil for terrorist camps to train terrorists and then export them to the neighbouring countries, by giving full patronage to the... ...

http://www.dailyexcelsior.com/futility-bilateral-talks/

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