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Modi@2: Hits and misses in science and tech

'Well begun is half done, today there are more hits than misses by the Modi government in its support towards science in India,' says Pallava Bagla. Modi@2 Is the glass of science half-full or......

J&K: JeM terrorist arrested in Baramulla

In a joint operation, the army and the police in Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir apprehended a Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist, who carried out an attack three months ago along with his three......

Druggies in Punjab spend Rs 2.5 crore a day on drugs!

  2.3 million people are opioid-dependent. 860,000 people are opioid users. 123,000 people are heroin-dependent. Rashme Sehgal reports on the shocking situation in the state. An unprecedented......

How Lord Ram is punishing the BJP in Gujarat

  'The lesson the BJP has to learn from the violence in Gujarat is that once you practise the politics of hate against any community, it will surely get back to you some day,' says Syed......

'We now have a prime minister who talks'

'This is not a small change, it's a BIG change. People wanted to hear the voice of their PM. They can do so now. This is a big parivartan.' 'I don't see any change in him after he became PM. You......

'India to remain a bright spot of the global economy'

India's currency and stock markets were largely resilient over the past year, even during bouts of volatility in global financial markets, a World Bank report said. The image is used for......

Onion supply dries up, prices go through the roof

Prices doubled this month; government to import 10,000 tonnes but traders say delivery not possible before mid-Sept Onion prices have doubled in July on a supply shortage, as stockists held back......

'Chances of El Nino three times more than normal'

In what could come as bad news for millions of farmers across India, the Australian Weather Bureau has said there is triple the normal chance of the El Niño -- an extreme weather......

India's Modi promises US CEOs a return to market reforms

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told nearly a dozen US company chiefs on Monday that he is committed to liberalising his country's economy, which has underperformed other emerging markets......

Farmers take a hit as onion prices fall further

Falling onion prices are taking a toll on farmers, with the auction of the new crop being brought to a halt in Maharashtra’s Lasalgaon and Pimpalgaon mandis. However, little changed when......

Amy Jackson sizzles in a bikini

The top posts on social media from your favourite Bollywood celebrities: Amy Jackson took to Instagram to share a picture from her latest shoot and captioned it, ‘Fun in the sun......

Dhoni switched to Plan B: Take the pace off the ball and the oxygen out of the game

'For all practical purposes, the game ended at the break. The Irish bowlers had neither the pace nor the skill to compete against the Indian line-up; the lack of swing further blunted any edge they......

I had no interest in shooting when I joined the army, says Jitu Rai

'I had initially gone to join the British army in Dharan, which is located in eastern Nepal.' 'I joined the Indian army in 2006 and only took up shooting a few years later, in 2008. When I joined......
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Asia 21 Announces 2016 Class of Young Leaders

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - August 24, 2016) - Asia 21, the preeminent network of young leaders from across the Asia-Pacific, today announced its... ...

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Tomato prices plunge from Rs 80 to Rs 15 in Maharashtra; find out why

Consumers can finally heave a sigh of relief. Tomato prices that had gone up to as high as R80 per kg last month have dropped to R15 per kg because... ...

http://www.financialexpress.com/markets/commodities/tomato-prices-plunge-from-rs-80-to-rs-15-in-maharashtra-find-out-why/354450/
why pulses are the eco-friendly option for feeding and saving the world

We all know the score: current trends predict there will be 9.7 billion mouths to feed by 2050. Producing enough food without using more land,... ...

http://www.pressreleasepoint.com/green-beans-why-pulses-are-eco-friendly-option-feeding-and-saving-world
Energy News Monitor | Volume XIII; Issue 9

India India was reported to be actively engaged in renegotiating gas contracts to get the best out of current low prices. GAIL (India) Ltd. was... ...

http://www.orfonline.org/research/energy-news-monitor-volume-xiii-issue-9/
These girls need funds to help India triumph

LUDHIANA: Deciding to play for your country is a tough call here. For, you will be on your own, both for money and training. But four city-based... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/ludhiana/These-girls-need-funds-to-help-India-triumph/articleshow/53778526.cms

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