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Joy comes to Kashmir as valley witnesses season's first snowfall

Kashmir Valley on Thursday experienced fresh snowfall with most places, especially the plains, witnessing the first snow of the season, breaking the prolonged dry spell at the fag end of......

PART II: The moments that defined 2014

From the Syrian civil war to the Ukrainian crisis to the terror unleashed by the dreaded Islamic State, there was no lack of news in 2014. In this five-part series, rediff.com presents a selection......

Massive turnout in J&K: 70 pc voting recorded

The first phase of state assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir recorded a turnout of around 70 percent and was incident free. “Around 70 percent electorate cast their vote in......

The brave Indian doctor who treated Ebola in Africa

'At some point you know there is nothing else that you can do for them. You have to just wait and watch them die.' 'Ebola is a highly infectious disease with high mortality. The key point is not to......

Being forced to treat Ebola patients, allege 4 Indian doctors in Nigeria

Four Indian doctors, who claim they are being forced to treat Ebola patients against their will in Nigeria, want to return home and appealed to the Indian government to facilitate this. The......

Lessons for corporates to go global in a jiffy

The stories of Uber and Xiaomi, originating from two ends of the globe, are overturning our understanding of globalisation strategies, notes Indrajit Gupta. When I started my career in......

India battles HIV/AIDS drug shortage as some firms halt supply

India had the third-largest number of people living with HIV in the world at the end of 2013 and accounts for about four out of 10 people living with HIV in the Asian region.India is facing a......

COLUMN: Struggle for life saving drugs

People die from diseases like AIDS, TB, etc because life saving essential medicines are either too expensive, or not available because they are not seen as financially viable. When......

Facebook to overhaul privacy settings

Facebook is once again overhauling its privacy settings to give users easier and more precise control over who views their posts, photos and other contents on the popular social networking site.The......

Why European Union seizes Indian drugs

India's status as the pharmacy of the world is at stake, says U S Bhatia.During 2008 and 2009, at least 16 consignments of Indian generic drugs were seized by Dutch authorities while in transit......
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Insight - Glimmers of hope in Central Africa Republic but peace elusive

YALOKE, Central African Republic/DAKAR (Reuters) - Hunted through the bush of Central African Republic by Christian militiamen, hundreds of... ...

http://in.reuters.com/article/2015/03/25/centralafrica-violence-insight-idINKBN0ML2KB20150325?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews
Lessons for corporates to go global in a jiffy

The stories of Uber and Xiaomi, originating from two ends of the globe, are overturning our understanding of globalisation strategies,... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/column-lessons-for-corporates-to-go-global-in-a-jiffy/20150324.htm
Seeking Big Improvements in Drug Resistant TB Treatment

UNITAID is now investing $60 million with Partners in Health, Medicins Sans Frontieres and Interactive Research and Development to make new, more... ...

http://www.bizwireexpress.com/showstoryPRWeb.php?storyid=381705
final fight pays off, XXDR-TB & HIV patient cured

Once an active case of extremely drug resistant (XXDR-TB) strain of tuberculosis or totally drug resistant (TDR) TB, 40-year-old Rashid Khan (name... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-final-fight-pays-off-xxdr-tb-hiv-patient-cured-2071480
A Year After Ebola Discovered, Relapses Seen in Fight to End it

The Medecins Sans Frontieres Ebola treatment centre in the grounds of Donka Hospital is seen in Conakry. (Reuters photo) Dakar: Lapses that... ...

http://m.ndtv.com/world-news/a-year-after-ebola-discovered-relapses-seen-in-fight-to-end-it-749026

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