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3 Indians among most influential minority lawyers

Three Indian-American attorneys -- Preeta Bansal, Sri Srinivasan, and Prakash Mehta, are among the National Law Journal's 50 most influential minority lawyers in America.Bansal, 42, is a partner......

Journalists to US need 'I' class visa

Journalists entering the United States are now required to possess an "I" class visa even if they are nationals of a visa waiver country.This has been specified under the Immigration and......

SARS-hit Beijing reopens national library

SARS-hit Beijing on Monday reopened its national library with the whole building, including the journals, disinfected and geared up to open other public cultural centres, closed for over a month,......

High Court asks journalist to reveal source

In a case of contempt against a correspondent of a national daily, the Punjab and Haryana high court has asked another reporter of the same newspaper to disclose the identity of the source, who had......

Shocking! What some doctors will do for money!

'Can we forgive the pathologist who wrongly labelled a healthy person as a diabetic patient for receiving the favour of the referring physician and possibly for a few thousand rupees?' 'The......

Jobs for women: Why India does worse than Somalia

Falling rate of women in the workforce include dropping out of education, raising children and family pressure Image: Employees sort lingerie before packing them inside the Intimate Fashions......

Rajesh Dhingra: Anil Ambani's go-to man for defence foray

Dhingra joined the group in January this year from Lockheed Martin India, where he was managing directorRajesh Dhingra, a former Indian Air Force officer, is now set to fight a different battle. As......

World's 10 freest economies, India lags behind

Hong Kong is the world’s freest economy according to the Index of Economic Freedom 2015. Image: International Finance Centre in Hong Kong. Photograph, courtesy: WiNG/Wikimedia Commons......

Significant drop in US budget deficit

The deficit in 2014 was just under three per cent of gross domestic product, using the most recently available figures for the size of the economy. Reflecting revival of the US economy, the......

Arvind Panagariya: An advocate of growth-boosting policies

He was most recently credited as one of the brains behind labour law reforms in Rajasthan Renowned Columbia University professor Arvind Panagariya will be the first vice-chairman of the newly......

The beautiful story of Lady Ganga

With her final act, paddleboarding from Rishikesh to Varanasi during the last months of her battle with cancer, Michele Baldwin fought for the promise of life. Filmmaker Frederic Lumiere tells......

'Pakistani batsmen don't have Kohli's class'

‘Look there is a vast difference in pedigree of Virat and Akmal’ ‘Virat along with AB de Villiers and David Warner are the three best batsmen’ India’s Virat Kohli......

World Cup Diary: Meet Afghanistan's very 'own' cricket star!

Hamid Hassan of Afghanistan signs autographs during the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup match between Afghanistan and Scotland at University Oval. Photograph: Martin Hunter/Getty Images Afghanistan's......
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Busted!The myth about apples and doctors

An apple a day may not keep the doctor away, according to a new research which found that daily apple eaters had just as many doctor visits as... ...

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3D skin maps to unravel role of personal hygiene

Researchers from the University of California - San Diego have developed 3D human skin maps that will provide a baseline for future studies on how... ...

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Shocking! What some doctors will do for money!

'Can we forgive the pathologist who wrongly labelled a healthy person as a diabetic patient for receiving the favour of the referring physician... ...

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Personalised medicines on way for prostate cancer patients?

Recently, renowned Indian film producer D. Ramanaidu, 79, lost a 13-year-old battle to prostate cancer. Celebrated Hollywood actor Robert De Niro... ...

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Bacteria use magnetic particles to create 'natural battery'

The bacteria can load electrons onto and discharge electrons from microscopic particles of magnetite, researchers said. This discovery holds out... ...

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