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'Almost every Muslim was with Gandhi, not Jinnah'

History might be better understood if we did not treat it as a heroes-and-villains movie, says eminent journalist and author M J Akbar, elucidating the Jinnah factor in pre-Independent India.......

Intl rights body seeks abolition of Malaysian law

Five ethnic Indian leaders, held under a draconian security law after they organised a rally demanding better treatment for their community, may not get a fair hearing under the outdated act, a......

Malaysia: Hindraf now faces embezzlement charges

Supporters of a Hindu rights group, which spearheaded mass protests demanding better treatment for ethnic Indians in Malaysia, are being investigated for allegedly misusing several hundred thousand......

Compassion ok, but stray dogs can't be allowed to be menace: SC

Compassion should be shown to stray dogs but these animals should not be allowed to become a menace to the society, the Supreme Court said on Wednesday. A bench of Justices Dipak Misra and U U......

Shutting door on MPs insult to Kashmiriyat: Mehbooba to separatists

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti hit out at the separatists on Tuesday for ‘spoiling’ the youth of the Kashmir Valley and termed as an ‘insult’ to......

New smartphone apps to help detect seizures, treat strokes: Study

Two new smartphone applications, one of which was tested in India and Nepal, may help people detect epileptic seizures and get better stroke treatment, according to new research.  In the first......

How a start-up is saving the lives of cancer patients

Mitra Biotech’s personalised cancer therapy could be a game changer in the field of cancer medicine, find Veena Mani & Ranju Sarkar. IMAGE: Giving the patient the right drug at the right......

'Jaitley is lying about labour reforms'

'You cannot treat workers like beggars.' On Friday, September 2, trade unions associated with the Left parties have called for a countrywide general strike of workers. Tapan Kumar Sen, general......

IAS vs IRS officers: The fight for supremacy

In July, IRS officers in Mumbai held an incendiary meeting where they criticised the alleged interference in 'operational matters' by the department of revenue.Subhomoy Bhattacharjee......

The real story behind Uttar Pradesh's development

'Favourable treatment to selected areas has been a pattern throughout Uttar Pradesh. Locally powerful leaders get things done; other areas languish.' A series on states:Part 1: 'Andhra Pradesh......

Karutha Pakshikal: Good film

It is natural for people to leave their homeland in search of a better life and a bright future for their children. In Karutha Pakshikal, director Kamal tackles the subject of a family living on......

Review: Budhia soars on the strength of its fine actors, honest efforts

Budhia Singh: Born To Run is not so much a film as it is a passionate appeal to remind and regain an opportunity for Odisha’s erstwhile Wonder Boy, now a forgotten teenager, writes......

'I was living each day at a time'

'Unfortunately, in today's world, people feel it is luxury to eat pizza. I am not saying all pizzas are bad, I am not saying you shouldn't be eating it. But eating fast food constantly is the......

'It took a decade to make The Man Who Knew Infinity'

Director Matt Brown tells Aseem Chhabra/Rediff.com what it was about The Man Who Knew Infinity that made him persevere for a decade to turn the book into a film. Filmmaking can be an extremely......

'It was surprising that a Telugu director wanted to do a film with me'

'After hearing the narration, I couldn’t say no to the film.' 'Nag Sir used to patiently answer all my questions. We got along and bonded well.' Karthi  is finally making his debut in......

'Shoaib deserves better treatment'

Hanif Mohammed, the Pakistani child prodigy of the 1950s, is back in India, an ambassador of his country. The 'little master' was immaculately dressed in a checkered suit and dark glasses that hid......

Champions League PIX: Aguero hat-trick leads City; Monaco stun Tottenham

Aguero hat-trick helps Man City trounce Moenchengladbach IMAGE: Sergio Aguero of Manchester City celebrates scoring during the UEFA Champions League match against VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach at......

WHO chief going to the Olympics, says Zika risk low

IMAGE: A municipal worker stands next to a banner that reads, "Rio Carnival 2016" before spraying insecticide to prevent the spread of Zika's vector. Photograph: Pilar Olivares/Reuters. The risk......

Why the Zika virus is causing alarm

Global health officials are racing to better understand the Zika virus behind a major outbreak that began in Brazil last year and has spread to many countries in the Americas. IMAGE: Rio 2016......

It's time to fix the IPL!

The IPL has produced more controversies in its short lifespan than any other sporting league in history, says legendary cricket writer Prem Panicker. IMAGE: IPL 3 saw drama around the Kochi......
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Uganda takes on the `world`s most dangerous road`

Mpigi: Wearing pristine white with her woollen socks pulled high, Ugandan traffic police officer Edith Nanteza exudes natural authority at the... ...

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A mother's journey of discovering effects of donating deceased child's organs

Washington: An ultrasound showed one of Sarah Gray's unborn twins was missing part of his brain, a fatal birth defect. His brother was born healthy... ...

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/lifestyle/health-and-wellbeing/260916/a-mothers-journey-of-discovering-effects-of-donating-deceased-childs-organs.html
Mini van accident kills 11 women in TN

New Delhi, Sep 25: Narendra Modi spoke at the Pandit Deendayal Upadhayaya's centenary celebration in Kozhikode, Kerala. Get all the national and... ...

http://www.oneindia.com/india/india-pakistan-rafale-defence-andhra-rain-alert-news-updates-sept-25-2218374.html
Why wellness is new mantra in health insurance

Abhijeet Ghosh Most of us believe that the health insurance cover in India is restricted to just reimbursement of hospitalisation expenses.... ...

http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/business/why-wellness-is-new-mantra-in-health-insurance/300720.html
Childhood cancer awareness exhibition kicks off at Taj Mahal complex

Agra (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Sept. 25 (ANI): As many as 1,500 children affected by cancer, survivors, families and social support teams are... ...

https://in.news.yahoo.com/childhood-cancer-awareness-exhibition-kicks-off-taj-mahal-180641970.html

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