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Nitish's next crusade: End dowry, child marriage

13,660 km. 40 million Biharis participate in this year's 'world's longest human chain'.M I Khan reports from Patna. IMAGE: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, flanked by Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi......

Votes not priority; serving even animals who never vote: PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday lashed out at his political rivals, saying for the Bharatiya Janata Party, politics was not for the sake of votes as it considered the......

How rumours hit immunisation programme in Muslim-dominated Mewat

Haryana's Muslim-dominated Mewat district has the lowest immunisation rate among children under the age of six years, which is a matter of concern for the authorities who are now trying to rope in......

Health for all: Much-needed in UP

Uttar Pradesh still remains far behind the Indian average on most health indicators, says Dipa Sinha. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Uttar Pradesh continues to make front page news,......

Modi uses UP government's website to nail Akhilesh

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday caught Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on the wrong foot as he cited the state’s website which says life in Uttar Pradesh is......

Budget 2018: An Exercise in Mindlessness

'In the final analysis, all Budgets everywhere are like the schemes hatched by A A Milne's lovable Winnie-the-Pooh.''They may be well-intended, but often go awry.''Although Pooh and his friends......

Does India need condom ads? YES!

With India set to be the world's most populous country by 2030, there is a growing need to control population through better use of contraceptives, says Abhishek Waghmare. On December 11, the......

How to buy a retirement home

Are retirement homes attractive options for the elderly?Experts feel it is a good option to be able to live an independent and activity-filled life. But, don’t buy it as an investment. IMAGE:......

Rs 201 per day? Rs 277? How much welfare do Indians need?

Universal basic income or social security? Economist Nitin Desai feels we need a blueprint for universal health care and pensions to help the vulnerable section. IMAGE: All Indians need access to......

Why replacing branded drugs with generics won't be easy

Mandatory prescription of generic names is not a complete solution. Rather, in the absence of a range of approaches, it could mean passing the choice of selecting a drug from a doctor to a......

For some golfers Olympic thrill trumps Zika fears

'Would you rather win one of the majors or an Olympic medal?' 'The fact that we have an event every week, the Olympics will be another event' IMAGE: Lydia Ko from New Zeland hits her tee shot.......
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Are religious people happier than non-religious people?

(Happiness and life satisfaction levels vary across different religious groups. Pexels) What makes people happy? This question can be difficult to... ...

http://www.sify.com/news/are-religious-people-happier-than-non-religious-people-news-international-scwmHMibeejeg.html
Lakshadweep, Meghalaya have most women land holders; Punjab, West Bengal fewest

Lakshadweep and Meghalaya are the best among all 35 states and union territories of India at providing land rights to women, while Punjab and West... ...

http://www.sify.com/news/lakshadweep-meghalaya-have-most-women-land-holders-punjab-west-bengal-fewest-news-national-sctqkajabiged.html
Gujarat grows, not all its children

The state has earned the dubious distinction of being the only rich state to figure in the top 10 states that have the highest percentage of... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/ahmedabad/report-gujarat-grows-not-all-its-children-2586188
WHO report

Sneha Mahajan, an architect in Delhi, despite coming from an educated family, was using cloth instead of sanitary napkins until a couple of years... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/delhi/report-36-women-feel-uncomfortable-buying-sanitary-napkins-who-report-2583700
Smokers start earlier, few consider quitting, survey shows

Smokers in Gujarat are now starting to smoke at a much earlier age, while the number of those considering quitting tobacco has fallen, findings of... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/ahmedabad/report-smokers-start-earlier-few-consider-quitting-survey-shows-2583716

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