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Did you know 10 patients die daily at AIIMS?

More than ten patients die daily on an average at the country's premier All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, according to data provided by the health ministry. As much as 4,432......

9 patients die daily at India's top government hospital

Nine patients die on an average daily at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences while undergoing treatment, according to a Right To Information query. Dr Siddhartha Satpathi from Department of......

Better to teach Americans math, science: Daily

Concerned over the lack of math and science skills of eight graders, leading daily The Washington Post has advocated training young Americans rather than depending on foreign students to boost its......

'Great country allows you to be here': Trump aide snaps back at Indian-American

The spat began when Shree Chauhan, living in Washington, DC, asked US Press Secretary Sean Spicer if he had committed treason at an Apple store. The White House Press Secretary is adept at......

Choked! 2 Indians die every minute due to air pollution

According to a study by the medical journal, the Lancet, air pollution has emerged as the deadliest form of pollution and the fourth leading risk factor for premature deaths worldwide. The air......

'Indian talent must for US' leadership in innovation'

The single greatest empowerment to our economic growth as we continue to move towards three per cent or four per cent GDP growth will be the resources that we need to fill hi-tech jobs, advanced......

Some questions for Parliament panel to ask RBI guv

James Wilson has been tracking the demonetisation drive since it was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 8. During his investigation, he discovered that contrary to claims, no new......

A year later, '99.9% Indian' brand Maggi wins back 60% market share

Unfazed by yoga guru Ramdev-led Patanjali's anti-MNC campaign, Nestle India on Tuesday said its commitment to India will be "unwavering" with a history of over 104 years of presence in the country......

We are products of the makers of designer food

Now we need to fight back to reclaim our food and our habits. The only way to do so is to rediscover food as pleasure and be thrilled, not just by its smells and tastes, but also by the knowledge......

Mr Gopichand's healthy choice

Brand ambassadors and their lackeys are busy opposing the idea of being held accountable, even though they are ready to take all the money, says Sunita Narain. Pullela Gopichand, bottom, left, is......

Grieving for Princess Leia

'2016 may have been unkind, more than other years, but we are here and we owe it to the ones who are gone -- to live and love fully this wonderful gift of life,' says filmmaker Suparn Verma.......

George Clooney and 10 movie gems from Berlin

Aseem Chhabra spots 10 must-see movies at the Berlin Film Festival. George Clooney was pissed. He was the headliner at the opening day press conference at the Berlinale, for his new film Hail......

Review: Kuttram Kadithal is brilliant

Director Bramma's Kuttram Kadithal is an intense drama that questions the adequacy of our school system, says S Saraswathi. The internationally acclaimed Kuttram Kadithal, which has won a......

'My film's sequel will be bigger than Avatar'

Love Charger (or Charzerr) exploded on the scene last year, and has become somewhat of a cult now – the chubby arms raised high in the air, the falsetto that nearly knocks you out, the......

Doping: WADA defends TUE system after leaked data

IMAGE: Spain's Rafael Nadal. Photograph: Manvender Vas/PTI . The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) on Wednesday defended the Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) system after some athletes' confidential......

I don't do anything but delegate...and earn a lot of money: Van Gaal

IMAGE: Manchester United Manager Louis van Gaal (left) looks on with Assistant Ryan Giggs prior to a Premier League match. Photograph: Michael Regan/Getty Images Louis van Gaal does "nothing"......

When silence is not golden...peep into athletics latest crisis

Coe's silence not golden amid latest doping crisis IMAGE: IAAF president Lord Sebastian Coe with outgoing president Lamine Diack. Photographs: Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images for IAAF......

EPL updates: Advocaat calls meeting to discuss Sunderland's woes

Sunderland's Jeremain Lens (left) and Norwich City's Steven Whittaker compete for the ball during their Barclays English Premier League match at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland on Saturday.......
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Reviving the natural coastal guards

The biodiversity of Karnataka is often represented by depicting the Western Ghats and the tigers. While the importance of both cannot be... ...

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Panasonic Eluga Ray Max, Ray X launched, Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+ images surface and more – FoneArena Daily

Check out the latest FoneArena Daily video that gives you a quick roundup of the latest technology news. Samsung is just two days away from... ...

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Panasonic launches its first AI-based smartphones in India

New Delhi - Aiming to give users a simplified and an enhanced user experience, Panasonic India on Monday launched two new smartphones that are... ...

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Chinese drug approval boosts AstraZeneca's lung cancer hopes

LONDON - AstraZeneca has won approval for its lung cancer pill Tagrisso in China, a key market for the potential blockbuster medicine. Tagrisso is... ...

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Why the doctors' strike ended as a bittersweet victory

Last week, some 4,000 doctors in Maharashtra went on strike to protest against assaults on resident doctors.After an ultimatum issued by the Bombay... ...

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