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IMA puts out names of 382 doctors martyred in war against Covid

Taking exception to Health Minister Harsh Vardhan not mentioning the death of healthcare workers due to Covid-19 in his statement in Parliament, the Indian Medical Association has published a list......

PM Modi to address nation on Tuesday, last day of 3-week lockdown

The Centre faced growing calls for a less sweeping curbs as an anxious nation awaited Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address on Tuesday -- the last day of the 21-day coronavirus lockdown -- after a......

With 2 more Covid deaths, nationwide toll reaches 9; total cases 468

India reported two COVID-19 deaths on Monday, taking the death toll to nine, and the number of cases climbed to 468 after 95 people tested positive for coronavirus, the highest jump in one day, as......

'I see my students as change-makers'

'The easy availability of funds has enabled us to not only hire the best faculty, but has also made it possible for us to retain them with the best possible infrastructure -- labs, grants etc,'......

Jeet Thayil on International Booker Prize judging panel

Award-winning Indian author Jeet Thayil will make up a five-member judging panel for the 2020 International Booker Prize, the world's leading literary award for translated fiction announced in......

Why Kerala's start-up ecosystem is unique!

'We have integrated start-up space created in almost all the 14 district headquarters of the state.''They have incubation facilities providing entrepreneurs common facilities like shared software,......

British Indian manufacturing expert Lord Bhattacharyya is dead

Bangalore-born Bhattacharyya, an alumnus of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, was awarded the Padma Bhushan in 2002 for his services to science and technology and made a life peer in......

Airlines operate all-women crew flight

Jet Airways, SpiceJet and Vistara also operated all women crew flights, though on their domestic network. Several domestic airlines on Tuesday operated all-women crew flights to mark the......

India's coolie economy

The government must undo the damage inflicted by the flawed policies of globalisation, and India should be converted into a country where entrepreneurs can thrive and the entire population can......

Ahmedabad: Two steps forward, one step back

Since many of Modi’s urban policies were initiated in Ahmedabad, the city may act as a template to examine what can be expected in a country that is witnessing the biggest migration from......

'If anybody asks me what I do, I'll say I'm a Grammy winner'

'What I see in Bollywood is that there’s this assembly line -- there’s a lyrics writer, there’s a composer, then there’s playback singer who is selected on mutual......

What a record India has against Pakistan in ICC events!

The win at Edgbaston was not the first time an Indian team had vanquished Pakistan in an ICC competition.Rajneesh Gupta surveys the landscape of India-Pakistan encounters in ICC contests. In the......

'Cricket needs to wake up. But how?'

'Put cricket, first and foremost, at the centre of every decision you take.''The bottom line must always be the sport that we love.'Rahul Dravid as eloquent as always in his M A K Pataudi Memorial......

IPL 9's Dream Team at the half-way stage

Midway through IPL 9, who would make a Dream XI? Season 9 of the Indian Premier League has reached the half-way stage. New entrants Gujarat Lions and two-time champions Kolkata Knight Riders are on......

Despite its problems, why the IPL continues to fascinate

Not Out! is a brilliant analysis of the IPL that explains why it alternates between thrill and scandal, says Dhruv Munjal. IMAGE: Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli. Photograph: BCCI......

Poor rating for Nagpur pitch a subjective decision by match referee Crowe: BCCI

The Board of Control for Cricket in India president Shashank Manohar on Wednesday said that the BCCI will abide by the International Cricket Council's decision of rating Nagpur pitch as 'poor' but......
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IMA puts out names of 382 doctors martyred in war against Covid

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