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A frightening contest begins each time curfew is lifted

In parts of South Kashmir, especially in Pulwama district, the government's writ has effectively ceased to run. The daily confrontation that follows the lifting of the curfew bears an indescribable......

'Moment of reckoning': Hillary accepts historic presidential nomination

“It is with humility, determination and boundless confidence in America’s promise that I accept your nomination for president of the United States,” said Hillary......

China, the nuclear hypocrite, preaches to India, the nuclear model State

'This was undoubtedly a premeditated strategy to thwart India's entry into the NSG.''If India hopes to be a major player, it must use its rising clout on the world stage to influence amenable......

How well has your state performed in eye donations

Increased awareness among people has led to rise in number of eye donations in the country, which is only expected to increase Move the slider on the map above to see the change in percentage of......

'Just 2% students go to madrasas. What is the government doing for the other 98%?'

'Why isn't the BJP ready to give reservations to Muslims despite the high court telling it to do so?' 'A K Antony said the Congress lost the 2014 election because of Muslim appeasement. Antony......

Nilekani's start-up Drishti offers affordable eye care

Backed by Nandan Nilekani and impact fund Lok Capital, Drishti, an affordable eye care chain has lit up the lives of scores of people in rural areas, finds Nirmalya Behera. IMAGE: Dristi’s......

Why Manmohan Singh has turned his back on reforms

'If anyone is able to understand the importance of Modi's endeavours to revive the economy -- even against opposition from sections of his own saffron brotherhood -- it is the former prime......

UPA II: Dressing up to go nowhere

The methods being used by the government to window-dress the fiscal deficit will fool no one, least of all foreign investors or bodies like the IMF, warnsSonali Ranade The United Progressive......

FM on whys and hows of farm loan waiver

Finance Minister P Chidambaram spoke at length on farm loan waiver guidelines and what they seek to achieve. Here are the edited excerpts:On the beneficiariesOur initial estimates placed the number......

How grand plans go wrong

In a country where the gap between an idea and its execution is often quite large, the most dangerous ideas are those which sound good in theory but have little chance of working in practice. The......

Readers on where India has gone wrong

Sumit Bhatia:I firmly believe that Saurav and Wright have been instrumental in "making" this Indian team such that people now expect it to win all the time it goes out to play rather than making......
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NIH Researchers find gene, PIEZO2 responsible for 'six sense'

With the help of two young patients with a unique neurological disorder, an initial study by scientists at the National Institutes of Health (NIH)... ...

http://www.pharmabiz.com/NewsDetails.aspx?aid=97670&sid=2
Cataract detection camp

A free cataract detection camp was organised by the National Programme for Control of Blindness, Thoubal at Yairipok Community Health Centre today,... ...

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India and Pakistan's stand on contentious issues

Termed as one of the deadliest attacks on the army base in Kashmir since militant attacks began in 1989, the recent Uri attack which claimed lives... ...

http://m.firstpost.com/world/uri-kashmir-balochistan-india-and-pakistans-stand-on-contentious-issues-3014992.html
Chhattisgarh likely to ban China-made lights

The Chhattisgarh government is considering a proposal to impose restrictions on sale of China-made lights in the state in the wake of September 17... ...

http://www.asianage.com/india/chhattisgarh-likely-ban-china-made-lights-177
Human Rights Council starts general debate on human rights situations that require the Council's attention

Human Rights Council MIDDAY The Human Rights Council in its midday meeting started its general debate on human rights situations that require... ...

http://www.pressreleasepoint.com/human-rights-council-starts-general-debate-human-rights-situations-require-councils-attention

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